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Camping isn't all about boring green anoraks and nerdy boots.

In the past few years, really cool outdoors brands have popped out of nowhere - and produced some rad gear.

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From retro looking (but modern design) hiking boots to eco-friendly waterproofs, we've got a few pieces to add to your camping gear that'll keep you warm, dry and looking good on the trail.

So get rid of your dad's old jacket and take a look at these...

Chums Sinawava 45 Backpack

Price: £130

Backpacks don't have to be boring.

This 45L number from American brand Chums has this really cool aztec design - but it's also large and sturdy enough to carry your camp stove and sleeping bag.

It's got top entry plus a bottom pouch to stash those things you need to reach easily.

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Burton Honey-Baked Hammock

Price: £50

Everyone is jumping on the camp trend at the moment, including snowboard brand Burton.

This indigo hammock wraps up super small, so you can stash it away easily in your backpack - and hang it up for a snooze mid-afternoon at the campsite.

Buy it here

Black Pine Workshop Tight Knit Beanie

Price: £27.50

The weather might be warm, but everyone needs a beanie after they get out the surf or around the campfire when it gets chilly.

Black Pine Workshop make pricey goods, but they are made in the USA so you can expect high quality stuff.

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Danner Mountain Light Cascade Hiking Boots

Price: £215

We've been coveting these boots for months.

They are a tribute to the traditional Danner boot design from the 1970s, remade for the Hollywood blockbuster Wild starring Reese Witherspoon.

But that's not the reason we like them. They are sturdy, stylish and made in America, so you don't have to worry about where these boots came from.

For more on hiking boots, check out our guide.

Buy them here

Falcon Enamelware Mug

Price: £7.99

Enamel mugs are ideal for camping.

They won't break in your bag and you can wash them out super easily when you're done.

These ones from Falcon are made from super strong steel covered in enamel - and will look great in your kitchen as well.

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Finisterre Mistral Jacket

Price: £180

Living in Britain, you're going to need a waterproof when you go camping.

This one from Finisterre is made from 100 per cent recycled polyester. It's got a stiffed peak to keep the rain out of your eyes and it rolls away into the hood like your typical pac-a-mac.

Buy it here

Heimplanet Fistral

Price: £292.98

Now, this two-man tent not only looks super cool, but it doesn't have any poles whatsoever.

Forget wrestling them into slots, the skeleton of the Heimplanet tents are made from super strong inflatable tubes. It's really fast to erect and trust us, this thing will stay up in a 50mph gales in the Scottish Highlands.

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Howies Go Get Lost Tee

Price: £25

Nothing says adventure more than a t-shirt with a bear on. We love this one from British brand Howies.

Each tee is hand-printed to order, so you know a lot of care has gone into this baby.

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Lululemon Tracker Shorts iii

Price: £45

Lululemon have an awesome fitness range, but we also think these running shorts are ideal for a hot day's hike with a giant rucksack (and tent) on your back.

The Tracker Shorts come in about a zillion different colourways. They are loose and made from sweat wicking fabric to keep you cool in the sun.

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Patagonia Down Sweater

Price: £210

This is the Holy Grail of camping jackets. Everyone wants a Patagonia down.

It's lightweight, windproof and as warm as any jacket you'll wear.

OK, they are super expensive, but these babies will last you forever. Even if you tear it, a patched up Patagonia looks extra rad.

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Moscot Originals Sunglasses

Price: £190

"Those aren't sporty sunglasses" is what my boyfriend will say to me if I took these on a hike. But I don't care. These sunglasses are rad.

You can't go without sunglasses on a camping trip - you might as well make them stylish.

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S'well Teakwood Water Bottle

Price: £22.85

This is one swanky looking water bottle. Don't worry, it's not actually made of wood - your water isn't going to seep through.

It's made of stainless steel painted to imitate wood - and it looks pretty good, eh? Plus for every bottle you buy, S'well plant a tree. Now, isn't that nice?

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Poler Stuff Napsack Rainbro

Price: £124.95

Poler Stuff has taken the world by storm this year, with everyone and their cousin wanting a piece of the outdoor camp vibe.

Now, you're probably thinking, what exactly is this? Well, it's not quite a sleeping bag but it's not quite a jacket.

You can basically wear it anytime you are cold - and it's got arm holes and a foot gap at the bottom, so you can move around it.

It sounds weird, actually it's very useful when you're huddled around the camp fire or get too hot in traditional sleeping bags.

Buy it here