Sea to Summit has a wide range of inventory, from packable pillows and sleeping mats to camp cookers and dry bags, and has long been one of the main suppliers of outdoor equipment for expeditions. However, apart from a series of tarpaulins and hammocks, this Australian brand has not done much to cover. In other words, at least until now.
Meet Sea to Summit‘s first technical field tent series. After three years of development, it consists of a pair of models called “Alto” and “Telos”. The former can accommodate one or two sleepers, and the latter can accommodate up to three. In each case, Sea To Summit’s tents are packed with 21st-century innovations, including Tension Ridge pole construction for improved volume and ventilation, FairShare storage system for modular organization, and pole storage box, which can double as LightBar for indoor lighting. Not only that-Sea to Summit also designed tents with rain flies for each tent, which can be partially opened for stargazing and outdoor gatherings. Starting from March 15th, their pre-sale prices are respectively 399 US dollars and 499 US dollars. Click here for more details.