Enjoy the outdoors in style with these unusual but fun camping tents. Popular for their improvements in functionality as well as design, these tents take camping to the next level and all you outdoor enthusiasts should get with the program. 

1. Orange Solar Tent Concept:

Designed by Telecom Orange in association with Kaleidoscope, a design house, this concept tent has the most advanced technology. Controlled wirelessly from a hub, the tent use solar energy to power devices and recharge them as well. Photovoltaic material has been used to make the tent, Glo-cation technology as well as a groundsheet heater.

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2. JakPak:

The Jakpak was thought up to reduce the effort of carrying a jacket, tent and sleeping bag. Instead now they are all in one. This 3 pound bundle is made of breathable but waterproof urethane coated ripstop nylon/polyester fabric, through the miracles of Velcro-secured chambers, the jacket portion of the JakPak can unfurl to the body bag and is well ventilated.

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3. Mountain Hardware Stronghold Camping Tent:

This modern marvel was built to withstand the harsh conditions of the Mountains. Priced at $ 3000 it can hold up to 10 people, and has a structure that is one of the strongest geometric frames. This is the Mountain Hardware Stronghold Camping Tent.

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4. Nyamuk:

The Nyamuk is a compact sleeping bag that goes from full tent to hammock complete with mosquito net. And is not equipped for anything extreme.

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5. Tepee:

For adventurers of all ages, the classic Tepee (2008) is a simple solution for spending time outdoors without disturbing the surrounding landscape. DWR Tools for Living by Dave Ellis crafted this; Dave spent roughly 10 years working with canvas before creating his own line of tents and tepees in 1982.

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6. Vessel Tent:

This multi purpose creation is a tent, backpack and coat all in one. During warm weather, the coat can be folded and strapped around the wearer as a backpack. When it's time to set up camp, the interior lining can be stretched out and pegged—creating a private, protective cocoon.

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7. Nemo Morpho:

Nemo is an outdoor equipment brand started by former RI School of Design student Cam Brensinger. His patented tents made with AirSupported Technology (AST) have won awards and developed a major following in the backpacking and adventure expedition market. This all weather Morpho AR single wall tent has two AST airbeams instead of traditional tent poles so setup takes only 45 seconds with the included foot pump. AST also means better wind resistance, strength and easier packaging.

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8. Kahuna:

Kahuna is a new touring boat, inspired by old Polynesian outrigger canoes. It was made for recreational use around the globe, created mainly for rental agencies and for outdoor enthusiasts. The combination of sports equipment and camping gear allows efficient mobility and a comfortable overnight stay.

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9. Decathlon 2-second Tent:

Just remove the plastic strap and throw it in the air, and it unfurls in literally 2 seconds to produce a livable tent. The Decathlon 2-second Tent is waterproof, ventilated, durable and the right size for 3 adults, very comfortable for 2 people. Folding it after use only takes about 15 seconds. Practically, this is one of the coolest ideas in the market.

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10. Inflatable Surf Tent Concept:

Designed by Lifestyle Design for Reef, this surf tent concept is meant to provide quick shelter on the beach when you're far from civilization or just want to be able to roll out of bed in the morning and hit the waves.

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11. Treepee:

The Treepee combines the age-old appeal of a tree house with the practicalities of an all weather tent. The excitement of Aerial suspension creates a whole world of possibilities as well.

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12. Tent Camper Opera House Design:

This Sydney Opera house lookalike is a modern day camper that has been designed by Belgian Designer. Its stylish looks combined with the fact that it was meant for the outdoors take camping to a whole new level.

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