Posted October 07, 2018 04:04:17When we think of camping, it’s usually the last resort.
If you can’t afford to live in a tent, you’ll be spending most of your time camping in the wild, away from civilization.
That’s not the case with some of the newest and coolest tents and sleeping bags out there.
The latest generation of tents have made it easy to camp in the backcountry, even in extreme conditions.
Here are the best camping gear options for 2018.1.
CAMPING PORCHES These camping pots have been around since the late 1800s, but they’re getting a bit older and simpler with new models, such as the Hottie and the Fetch.
In this case, you’re still getting the camping pot, but you’re getting more space, too.
You’ll need one that can fit a campfire, a sleeping bag, and a water bottle.
Most of these models come in three sizes: a medium-size, a large, and an extra large.
There are also a few models that offer a removable top and sides.
A medium-sized tent can easily fit up to six people and up to four small tents.1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30For this review, we tested five tents with the CAMPESITE.com CAMPERS® tent: The Hotties CAMPED-UP Tent, which weighs in at 6.5 pounds and can hold four people; the Fettled, which is 6.25 pounds and weighs in the mid-sixes; the Caddies Hottiest Tent, a 2-person tent that weighs in between the HOTTIES and Fettles, and the Cendies Caddiest Tent.
The Fetch Tent is the lightest tent we tested, and it’s the only tent that we tested that was able to handle the tent poles with no problem.
The Hottier Tent is built with a polyester/spandex blend construction, and is available in two sizes: medium and large.
We tested it in both sizes, and both were pretty comfortable.
If we were hiking in the high mountains, we’d recommend that you stick with the medium tent.
The Caddie Tent is a more compact version of the HOTLIGHT Tent, with a tent base, tent poles, and tent handles.
It weighs about 6 pounds and is one of the lighter tents we tested.
It’s available in four sizes: small, medium, large, or extra large, with three different styles of handles.
If you’re a big tent guy, you may want to go with the Hatties HATTIES® tent.
This tent is built for two people and has a tent-like design.
Its base is a mesh material that is water-repellent.
We were impressed with how easy it was to use the tent and its design, and how well it held our tents and gear together.
The HATTY tent is also available in a wide variety of colors and materials.1CAMPED CADDIESHATTIES CADDIE tent, 4.5 pound (1.9 kg) source ArsTechnica article If you want a tent that can hold two people, the CADDies Hattie Tent has been designed specifically for that.
This light tent comes in three styles, each with handles that are adjustable to fit your needs.
The size of the tent is medium-medium.
The tent itself is also durable, with the ability to withstand a 1,200-pound (930 kg) load for up to 12 hours.
The fabric of the canopy is polyester, which makes it water repellent, and there are two mesh pockets that you can place items in for additional warmth.1The HATTIE tent is a great tent for two-person camping.
It is lightweight and packs down nicely.
The handle design allows for easy use with little effort.
It has a soft top, and all the fabric is water repelly.
The canopy is also super-light, and can be folded down for storage.2HATTY Tent, 3 pound (2.4 kg)source ArsTechnicamedia article If the HATTies HOTTY Tent is too heavy for you, the new CADDY Tent has a similar look and feel.
The three-person design makes it a good choice for small-to-medium groups, and we love how it holds the tent up with a soft plastic canopy.
It also has a removable base, which folds into a pocket for additional storage.
The weight is about 4.25 lbs (2 kg), which is light enough for camping and for backpacking trips.
The only downside is that the tent only comes in two colors, the light black and the light brown.