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Mikasi: a poetic hommage to a nomades tipi

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Tipis seem to have been on the spotlight since some time now, have you also noticed? I do love them so for they bring playfulness and a feeling of relaxation and return to carefree childhood times whether placed inside or outside. The Mikasi tipi, by designers Sascha Akkermann and Flo Florian is a fabulous example. Continue reading

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Scout camping kit: best when used often

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If you’re a fan of the great outdoors, love spending time under the stars and around campfires, or just enjoy the solitude of the wilderness, then you’ll probably be excited by the camping kit from Scout Seattle. Continue reading

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BioLite CampStove: humanity’s origins meet modern design

“Forget fuel, charge your gadgets, while supporting a better world?” Another case of playing around with words while in fact this is not the case? Well, thankfully for all, not!

The BioLite Campstove is indeed managing to combine all of these features, while not forgetting to look super elegant and funky at the same time. How does it manage to do so? Continue reading

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MSR Flex 3 Cooking System: Camping 101

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Packing up for camping is a serious business, you always need to be prepared and take your best equipment with you. The problem begins when you find yourself overburden because of all those cooking pots and pans you’ve brought along with you. That’s where the MSR Flex 3 Cooking System really shines! Continue reading

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Black+Blum Lunch Pot: Great taste in design

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Every time I making lunch for work I always find myself with four containers that dont really fit inside my bag, and usually when I get to the office one of them has already spilled its content all over my bag. So I’ve searched for an alternative and I found out the Lunch Pot, by Black+Blum – the perfect container that everyone of us should have. Who says carrying a lunch box can’t be stylishly cool… Continue reading

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Opera Folding Camper: Life Camping Experience

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There are concerts, theater, movies and then there’s the opera. The opera is on a level of its own. See, not all people like the opera, it’s not for everyone. It’s only for those who understand and appreciate its powerful magic to the fullest. Such is the Opera Folding Camper – for people who love camping, but like to do it in a fashionable manner, or as they say ‘take it to the top’.

There are travel trailers and caravans of all sorts, however the Opera is a mobile designer suite in a class of its own, offering you the convenience of a complete holiday home. Its features can compete with a luxurious hotel, allowing you to enjoy nature and camping to the fullest, without compromising comfort. This is the ideal way to travel. This is, in a way, a life camping experience. Continue reading

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Bodum Fyrkat Portable Grill: Special Seasoning

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There’s nothing like a good BBQ while you’re out camping or simply having a picnic with friends in the park. Sometimes I get the feeling the outdoors makes my stomach rumble, that’s why I keep my Fyrkat BBQ Grill always at hand.

This stylish, portable charcoal grill, from Bodum, will have you grilling your next meal wherever you go. It’s compact for easy portability making it ideal for tailgating, camping, grilling on terraces, or at the beach. All around – this unique grill offers you a very special seasoning. Continue reading

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The Tenere Expedition Tent: Discover The World

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Life outdoors is not always as easy as we think. Even though you have to love it in order to do it, the reality is that sometimes we face some challenging moments. For that, we have to have the best gear out there. The Ténéré Expedition Tent is by far the best camping gear we could possibly get.

This unique tent is perfect for roadies – it has a special spacious garage bay, designed for sheltering motorbikes; the bay also serves as a sheltered utility area for cooking and relaxing after a hard day’s ride, as well as a storage area, workshop or dressing room with enough height to stand up and change gear. You can be sure that this tent has everything you need and then some. This is major league, baby, you have the best gear you could possibly ask for – Now go out there and discover the world. Continue reading

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Foul Weather Kettle: Catch A Break

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The biggest fear of any camper is foul weather. There’s not much you can do about it, and even worse, there’s not much you can do while it lasts. Except maybe one thing, fix yourself a hot drink with the Foul Weather Kettle. Invented decades ago in Ireland, this kettle allows the camper to bring to a boil up to 1-1/2 qts of water, using just some shavings or a handful of twigs.

It operates in windy rainy conditions as on a sunny day, functioning as a hollow-center chimney surrounded by a double-wall boiler. If the weather is no good, any camper should make sure the equipment he has allows him to catch a break and enjoy a nice cup of hot drink. Continue reading

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Topeak Bikamper: Flip it Up

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Going outdoors means to be as practical as possible. There is a constant need to save storage space and to pack light weight equipment. If you’re an avid cyclist then the Bikamper is as practical as you can possibly get.

This bicycling tent is a personal shelter that utilizes a 26” mountain road front wheel in place of tent poles. The main body is constructed of water-resistant urethane coated 45D ripstop nylon and features three mesh panels for ventilation and stargazing on pleasant nights. The fly is constructed of fully waterproofed 70D ripstop nylon for additional protection should the weather turn foul. Both tent and fly pack down to a small, compact size, and has its own special stuff sack that straps to the handlebars. Now, who’s a happy camper? Continue reading

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