The New Campsite

Reinvented camping essentials, made for weekend warriors. Just as tough as the old stuff, but with tech-driven materials and bold colors you'll be stoked to own.

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We’ll let you in on a little secret — the great outdoors are right outside your window, even if the nearest tree is five blocks away. The JT team pitched a tent in the Gowanus neighborhood of Brooklyn to give urban camping a try, going back to nature without actually going off the grid.

Poler
Yakow Long Sleeve Button Up
$29.99
$55
Color: Heavy Poplin Solid Khaki
Size: S
JackThreads
Tri Blend Crew
$9.99
$15
Color: Slate Blue
Size: XS
JackThreads
Slim Denim
$59
Color: Natural Garment Dyed
Size: 28x30
Komono
Winston Regal
$100
Color: Chestnut
Size: OS
Burton
Nightcap Tent
$199.99
$250
Color: Shrooms
Size: OS

Rule #1

Pack it in, pack it out. You may not have to worry about bears, but the city has wildlife of its own. Recycle your beer bottles (or hit up your local brewery for a reusable growler).

JackThreads
The Daily Crew
$15
Color: White
Size: XS
Neuw Denim
Ray Tapered Denim
$109.99
$169
Color: West of Sweden
Size: 28
Vans
Old Skool
$60
Color: Black
Size: 7
Mountain Hardwear
Bozeman Flame Sleeping Bag
$109
Color: Collegiate Navy
Size: Regular
Burton
Honey Baked Hammock
$60
Color: Shrooms
Size: OS

Rule #2

City lights may be bright, but you’ll still need a headlamp, whether for telling ghost stories, keeping the party going long after the sun sets, or just making sure you don’t fall off the roof.

Rule #3

Wake up to watch the sunrise. (And if you don’t Instagram it, it didn’t happen.)

Rule #4

Get grillin’. While rooftop charcoal and propane grills are banned in New York, electric ones are fair game.

Rule #5

Consider a campsite near a body of water. Our rooftop spot was only a block from the Gowanus canal, and while questionably toxic and definitely not safe to swim in, you could almost catch a seaside breeze.

Rule #6

Be within reach of wifi. Just to be safe, y’know? (You’re not *actually* in the middle of nowhere.)