So you're looking to buy a new tent, but you're not sure which tent to pick? Well, have no fear. Our goal is to bring you the best of the best. We've sorted through several of the top rated tents, both new and old, to bring you The Best Camping Tents ($67-$580) that we've deemed the best overall. That includes price-wise, feature-wise, and, of course, durability-wise.Whether you're looking for a family tent for a weekend getaway. A mountaineering tent to go hiking and backpacking. A festival tent to chill in after that crazy night out or even just a simple pop-up tent for sporadic usage - we're certain we've got something for you in this article. We've created this article with all these kinds of situations in mind!If you're reading this, you probably have a general understanding of tents at the very least. However, if you don't, don't stress it. In the description of each tent, we'll be sure to make it very clear what the tent can be used for and its benefits. This information will ensure you get the very best of what it is you need.Just to clarify, these tents are not listed by best to worst. All of these tents serve different purposes, and we believe them to be the best for that purpose. So enough of telling you what it is we have to offer here, lets get to it.
The Solid Gray Backpack ($180) looks as though it should be carried around by Luke Skywalker. The cool futuristic look also comes with some great functionality. The Solid Gray Backpack has a folding, lightweight hardshell, which is lined with EPDM foam. The curvature of the back makes for a comfortable fit. The internal straps are great for holding your laptop or tablet. And two additional compartments are available for your smaller items. If you pick one up don't forget to buy a hovercraft to go along with it.
Victory Motorcycles wanted to create a production bike based on their prototype V-twin engine used in their Project 156 racing bike. They called on drag racing champion Urs Erbacher to make their vision a reality. Erbacher infuses all of his creations with a European flair that makes you want to get on and hit the gas. The Victory Ignition Concept ($TBA) is no exception. The engine is a liquid-cooled four-valve engine with double overhead cams. Complete engine specifications will be released in months to come. Additional features include alloy wheels wrapped in Metzeler 3.5" x 17" on the front and 6" x 17" on the rear. I can't wait for this beast to hit the production line.
The Minotaur Twill Fleece Gather 2B Jacket ($512) is for everyone who hates wearing suits or blazers. This jackets is made from a hybrid material that is part blazer and part sweat. The material is a thermal insulated fleece that is extremely comfortable and durable. The 2B also features dual wast pockets, a check pocket, drawstring hem and a button fastened coat tail.
Collaborations between iconic brands, J. Crew and New Balance, are nothing new, but their latest release hiTs the perfect note this season. The J.Crew X New Balance 998 Concrete Jungle ($TBA) are being manufactured in NB's Maine factory and will be made available on September 13th to just three locations: J.Crew Men's Liquor Store in NYC, Copley Place in Boston and Lan Street in Hong Kong. The 'Concrete Jungle' will go into global release on September 17th.
The Cuoiela Card Wallet by Nolla Design ($25+), is a stylish take on slim wallets. After months of development the final result is a design that incorporates the finest stitch-less leather with a beautiful elastic fabric. The leather comes from the Italian Walpier tannery which supplies top brands such as Marni and Etro. The wallet is able to hold up to eight cards and has a separate section to hold cash. Due to its size and light weight, the Cuoiela makes an excellent front or back pocket wallet. The Cuoiela is currently being offered via Nolla Designs Kickstarter page.