2 Seconds Tent opens with a ripcord, breaks down at push of a button

For over a decade, the 2 Seconds Tent has lived up to its name by all but pitching itself. Decathlon now streamlines the 2 Seconds into the 2 Seconds Easy, using a pull-cord/push-button system to go from car to camp and back with less work than ever.

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Solo Stove Grill uses convection for clean and consistent cookups

Back in 2018, we looked at at a fire pit from Solo Stove featuring a clever air flow system to keep the smoke to a minimum. The company has now adapted this design for mealtime, offering a charcoal grill that keeps the cleanup to a minimum.

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Boreas composite off-road camper trailer leaves the wood in the forest

Boreas Campers has launched a base camping trailer for buyers who want tough, zero-wood construction without laying out $30 grand. The new metal-and-composite AT takes the same form as the fully equipped XT but lets buyers spec it out themselves.

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VSSL First Aid Mini stores 40 survival items in a neat, compact tube

Canadian gearmaker VSSL has caught our eye of late with its sleek, flashlight-inspired tubes that pack impressive arrays of essential items inside, and now it’s back with its most compact version yet, the First Aid Mini.

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Crua plays doubles with its Koala V2 hammock tent

Two years ago, Crua Outdoors introduced a Koala hammock able to work as a lie-flat lounge, suspended shelter and zero-gravity chair. The new, improved Koala V2 is now headed to crowdfunding, bringing refinements like a two-person version.

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Crua plays doubles with its Koala V2 hammock tent

Two years ago, Crua Outdoors introduced a Koala hammock able to work as a lie-flat lounge, suspended shelter and zero-gravity chair. The new, improved Koala V2 is now headed to crowdfunding, bringing refinements like a two-person version.

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Gerber’s Prybrid Utility knife sneaks 7 extra tools onboard

Designed for safety and simplicity, the trusty utility blade is popular tool for anyone with regular cutting tasks, but the latest from Gerber Gear features a few extra tricks up its sleeve, with a total of eight tools onboard.

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Thule roof-top tent makes for fast, light camping and gear shuttling

Following up on the Tepui HyBox roof tent/cargo box, Thule brings an even more convenient HyBox design to market. The new HyBox Wedge adds a few extra hinges, making for hassle-free late-night set-ups and instant early-morning breakdowns.

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AOR shrinks Sierra trailer into light, stout DIY off-road micro camper

AOR launched its entry-level Sierra camper trailer series last year. Now it adds the Sierra ZR, a simple, utility-style trailer the buyer equips as he or she sees fit. Build it into a state-of-the-art camper, or throw old gear in and get on the way.

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Inflatable exo tent brings a taste of glamping to ground and trees

Inflation, tension and compression come together to create the new Exod Home, a tent unlike any other. The French-designed Home leaps up into the trees when you tire of the ground, adapting to the environment to shelter you in comfort.

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