Here's where you'll find reviews of tents, bivvies and shelters ranging from minimalist, one-person featherweights up to multi-person base camp citadels. For more advice check out our Buyers' Guide to tents.
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New skewers? Guyline tensioners? Maybe a groundsheet protector or 'footprint. Here's where to find the relevant reviews.'
Solo tents and bivvies are designed to shelter just one person and generally put an emphasis on light weight and compactness.
Here's where you'll find the big base camp and communal tents mostly aimed at fixed base use rather than backpacking.
Folding tables, chairs and beds can make all the difference when you're mild camping...
Cleaners and reproofers that are designed specifically to revitalise your tired tent and keep it working like new.
Three-person tents are relatively rare, but can also make excellent roomy two-person shelters.
The most popular tent configuration, there's a massive choice of two-person tents from ultra-lightweight backpacking shelters through to full-on, massively strong, mountain tents.
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