The Sebastopol-based camping event specialists at Shelter Co. have a new line of statement-making glamp gear.

Shelter Co. colorful tents
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A new collection of festival-ready colorful tents from Shelter Co. are too photogenic to stow away in the garage.

If you have a vision of camping that does not involve roughing it, or are fantasy-planning a birthday/wedding/retreat in some remote, wild land under a blanket of stars, you may have stumbled upon photos of events organized by the founders of Shelter Co.—a Sebastopol, CA-based outfit that stages elaborate parties and retreats with serious style in remote locations—no hotel rooms (or plumbing) required.

forest glamping tents from Shelter Co.
A Shelter Co. event in the wilderness is the stuff of magical glamping dreams.

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The Shelter Co. founders, Kelsey Sheofsky, Maggie Wilson, and Mike Sheofsky have searched far and wide to find camp gear that meets their standards for high-end durability, and are stylish enough for the casual camper, i.e., cute and not too technical. When they came up empty handed, The Get Out—a camping-lite line of tents, chairs, coolers, blankets, and more—was born.

Yuba colorful tent The Get Out
The Get Out tent A-frame tent, starting at $450, comes in 24 color combinations and styles—like patchwork, camo, or this pyramid pattern.

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“It’s no surprise that 2020 forced us all to get creative with how we spend our time in and around our homes,” said co-founder and CEO Kelsey Sheofsky. “The silver lining was that we discovered how necessary time in nature is and there are so many easy ways to get outside. We set out to design products that work just as well for sunny hangs on your deck as a weekend-long camping trip.”

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Check out The Get Out shop for their line of towels, tents, and coolers. And stay tuned for new items like cots and chairs that are launching later this year.

Lite Bell Tents The Get Out from Shelter Co.
Lite Bell Tents ($650) make a colorful statement at a campsite, and are a fun place to sleep in the back yard.

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