First Look: 10 High-Tech Cool Camping Gadgets of 2016

Best Cool Camping Gadgets. Future Gear for 2016.

The Best Cool Camping Gadgets Have Arrived Just in Time For Camping Season

The time has come. The warm weather is settling in to stay, which means you’re getting that annual urge in your loins to get out the camping gear. But that tent is pocked with holes, and your gear, which has been passed down for generations, has seen better days. You must be thinking about cool camping gear gadgets.

It’s time to think about an upgrade.

Some of the new camping gear and gadgets rolling out in 2016 is both practical in use, and innovative — perfect for the 21st century camper.

Future Cool Camping Gadgets and Gear For 2016     

Top 10 Hottest New Camping Gear for 2016

1. The Portable Treehouse

A Family in a tree using a piece of Future Gear: the Tree Tent

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This tent is a fusion of two awesome things: a hammock, and a tree house. The concept of the Tentsile Tree Tent was conceived with the simple idea of having a treehouse that you can take anywhere.

The Tentsile Tree Tent is separates you, the camper, from wet, lumpy, bumpy and uneven ground. It also offers additional protection from insects, snakes and other creepy-crawlies that might worm their way in while you sleep.

2. A MINI Lighthouse

Future Gear: The Mini Lantern being used at night

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If you’re familiar with the Goal Zero Lighthouse Lantern, this is simply a smaller take on the original design. The Lighthouse MINI Lantern has a dimmable dual LED light (can last up to 500 hours on low), can charge phones and other USB gear, and can recharge anywhere and anytime using Nomad solar panels.

3. A Portable Party Disguised As A Cooler

Filling this Future Gear, Coolest Cooler, with beer

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The Coolest Cooler was designed to party. This sleek, yet colourful cooler, created by Ryan Grepper in 2014, is equipped with a blender, Bluetooth speakers, a cutting board and a USB charger. It makes you wonder how there’s room for your beer and food!

With over 62,000 backers on Kickstarter, the Coolest Cooler was able to raise $13 million, making it the second most successful Kickstarter project ever.


4. The Tunnel Tent

The Keb Endurance 4 from Fjallraven offers tons of space, with the strength to endure alpine and arctic winds.

A piece of Future Gear: The Tunnel Tent

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Those within can comfortably stand at full height, and the large main vestibule makes tent life cozy and pleasant even if inclement weather forces you to stay inside.

5. Briefcase Camp Stove

A piece of Future Gear, The Primus Onja Stone, cooking food

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Imagine an easy-to-carry, light stove that travels in a fashionable briefcase. Enter: The Primus Onja Stove.

This compact camping stove has two burners wrapped in a sleek design that folds open and closed. The oak lid doubles as a cutting board, which easily gives you a place to prepare your food.

6. Solar Backpack

The Gregory Baltoro 75 GZ is a high-performance pack which equipped with integrated Goal Zero solar panels. It lets you hike and soak in the sun to recharge gadgets on the trail. 

A piece of Future Gear, The Gregory Baltoro 75 GZ, being used by a man to hike

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On the lid, an easy-to-use Goal Zero Nomad 7 Plus solar panel, concealed in a magnetic flip-down top panel, gives you instant, rechargeable power for multi-day adventures.

7. Charge Your Device Anywhere, Anytime

A piece of Future Gear, Solar Paper by Yolk, the soaking up the rays

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Solar Paper by Yolk is a thin, light and super efficient solar charger. This sleek, 4-ounce panel is capable of charging an iPhone 6 Plus in under 2.5 hours.

Solar Paper allows you to connect more panels to work in tandem to charge larger devices like iPads and tablets. If you’re hiking, or heading to the beach, you can strap the panels onto your pack or bag and charge as you go.

8. Camp on the Side of a Mountain

A piece of Future Gear, the Skylodge, is set up on the side of a mountain

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Mountains are a lot of fun to hike and to climb, but could you imagine sleeping on the side of one? Human ingenuity being what it is, somebody has worked out a way to improve the view while at the same time giving you a lot more space and comfort.

The Natura Vive Skylodge is a daring accommodation. Nestled on the side of a mountain overlooking Peru’s Sacred Valley are these little, cylindrical pods in which you and your family can sleep mid-climb.

9. Wearable Multi-Tool

A piece of Future Gear: the Leatherman Tread

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The Leatherman Tread is the ultimate tool to keep on the campsite. You never know when something will need to be tightened, loosened or simply put together. This wearable multi-tool comprises 25 tools you can wear with ease on your wrist.

The link of this bracelet are stainless steel implements like small box wrenches and screwdrivers. It is designed to be customizable with slotted fasteners, so you can rearrange links, add new ones, or adjust for wrist size. Even the clasp is functional with a bottle opener and #2 square drive.

One more added feature is the ultra-elegant Leatherman watch that can be clasped to the links.

10. Reinvention Of The Camp Stove

A piece of Future Gear: The Genesis Base Camping Stove

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Jetboil’s Genesis Base Camp Stove ditches the heavy case that is found on most traditional two-burner camp stoves and uses a design that is compact and relatively light. The burners put out up to 10,000 BTUs each but simmer like no other.

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