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If your tastes skew more modern, the Cricket trailer could be for you. The angular design is eye-catching but also serves a purpose. The founder of Cricket, Garrett Finney, is a former NASA habitation module designer, which means he was tasked with creating the small spaces aboard the International Space Station. He’s taken his small space […]

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  photography by jonathan corcutt

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Cricket will be stationed at the Euphoria Music Festival this Friday – Sunday. Come enjoy the tunes, see the brand new Cricket Sport, and meet the winners of the #campwithcricket contest.

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[This series focuses on those individuals, products, or companies which are taking a new perspective on the age old practice of camping] A few weeks ago we wrote about high altitude tenting at a European resort. If that was too far or too high, this weeks Camp Different is for you. Tentsile specializes in suspended […]

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Visit us tomorrow outside of 219 West, and enter the #campwithcrciket contest for your chance to win a weekend in a Cricket and VIP tickets to Euphoria music and camping festival. Contest details will be posted later today. Cricket will be parked outside 219 West (@ 612 W. 6th St., Austin, TX) from 2pm – […]

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Come see Cricket at the Sacramento RV Show this weekend. The folks of Toy Hauler Liquidators can give you the full walk through of Cricket’s features. Head over to rvshow.com for full details on the show. Check out our new pricing page to plan out your cricket ahead of time! We look forward to seeing […]

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  photography by kyong c. yun

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[This series focuses on those individuals, products, or companies which are taking a new perspective on the age old practice of camping] Life on the water embodies relaxation: surrounded by the murmurs of lapping waves, the gentle rocking of your boat, and the pristine smell of fresh water. A camping site in the Netherlands takes […]

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[ This series focuses on how to do all things Cricket: standard operations, tips and tricks, and custom modifications presented by Cricket users ]   When I stop somewhere for only one night, I typically leave the Cricket hooked up to the car and just pop the top. This gives me all the functionality, while […]

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