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Snow Peak tents - 2022 Essential Guide


  2022 essential guide to camping

See what Snow Peak has to offer in 2022. Find out more information on their website.

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Words by Iain Duff, Editor of Camping magazine

Photos courtesy of Snow Peak


Highlights for 2022

  • A pioneer of the outdoor lifestyle scene from northwest Japan since 1958.

  • Products designed with the mission of developing beautiful, functional equipment that will last customers a lifetime.

  • Titanium cook and drinkware such as mugs and cookers made in Japan.

  • Signature forged steel stakes made in Japan.

  • Beautifully designed campfire and outdoor dining essentials which can be used both for camping and your garden.

  • Lifetime guarantee and repair of gear free of charge.

Tent showcase

See what tents Snow Peak has to offer

Snow Peak Landlock

Snow Peak Landlock





Family tunnel






625 x 405cm

Camping trips with the family are guaranteed to create fantastic memories that will live forever and this exquisite tent from Snow Peak will bring a touch of luxury to your summer adventures. It’s a smart-looking tent, with plenty of room for the whole family.

And with a robust 150D polyester flysheet, you can relax in comfort, knowing that your tent is ready for whatever the weather throws at you.

Snow Peak Landlock pitched
Snow Peak Landlock side view

The Landlock is a sturdy and easy-to-pitch shelter, with a network of criss-crossing metal poles providing strength and rigidity. This is really a tent for summer living, though, and there’s excellent ventilation throughout.

The two side doors on the spacious living area can be left open for easy access and airflow and the large panels at each end can be fully opened out and used to create sun shades, with the addition of two upright poles. With the doors open, this is a fantastic communal area for eating or just relaxing.

The exterior of the Snow Peak Landlock

The inside of the tent consists of a bright and spacious living area, with plenty of room for camping furniture, as well as an inner sleeping pod that can be zipped up to separate it from the lounge/diner.

The large windows on both sides provide lots of light inside the tent, especially when all the doors are open.

The interior of the Snow Peak Landlock

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Snow Peak Amenity Dome S

Snow Peak Amenity Dome S





Tunnel/dome hybrid






310 x 220cm

Solo camping adventures are the perfect way to escape from the hurly-burly of everyday life and enjoy the peace and tranquillity of the countryside.

But to ensure your trip is as comfortable as possible, you need to make sure you have the right kit – and that especially applies to your tent.

The Amenity Dome S pitched
The front of the Amenity Dome S

The Amenity Dome S is a Japanese-designed two-person tent, ideally suited to campers on their own. First of all, it looks really good. But more importantly, it’s quick and easy to pitch while still providing plenty of comfortable sleeping and living space, including a generous front vestibule area that is perfect for your camping gear.

The side of the Amenity Dome S
The Amenity Dome S packed up

Of course, you need your shelter to provide you with reliable protection from the elements, and the Amenity Dome S has undergone rigorous testing to ensure top performance in all weather conditions.

In addition, the tent offers ample ventilation, handy internal storage pockets and colour-coordinated poles and pole sleeves for a simple set-up. In hot weather, the flysheet can be removed to give even more ventilation and there are high-quality components and materials throughout the tent.

A large-size version for up to six campers is also available, along with a medium for two adults and three children.

Accessories showcase

See what accessories Snow Peak has to offer

Snow Peak Takibi Solo Fireplace

Takibi Solo Fireplace





Fireplace body, two legs, base plate, storage case


Stainless steel



Packed size:

45.5cm x 26.5cm x 6cm

Sitting at a campfire is one of the joys of camping – whether you are in a group or travelling alone.

The Takibi Solo is a stylish-looking, small fireplace ideal for setting up on your own, that allows you get a fire going, safe in the knowledge that it’s not going to cause any damage to the environment you love.

It is made of durable stainless steel that patinas with use. Cleaning after use is easy – simply wait until it cools down, hose it off and let it air dry.

The Takibi Solo comes with legs and a base plate and it could simply be used as a fire to generate warmth and campsite ambience in the evening.

The stand of the Takibi Solo Fireplace

Alternatively, you could pair it up with Snow Peak’s Grill Stainless Half Pro or the Grill Plate Half Deep Depth to create a variety of cooking surfaces. Both allow you to rustle up meals over the open flame without worrying about burning your dinner.

The grill comes with its own polyester carry bag and it all packs down easily to fit inside. Weighing 4.3kg, it’s easy to transport in the car and to carry to your camping pitch.

Snow Peak Takibi Fire & Grill

Snow Peak Takibi Fire & Grill





Grill net, grill bridge, pack and carry fireplace, baseplate, and carrying case


Stainless steel


10.6 kg

Packed size:

56cm x 64cm x 15cm

Snow Peak says the Takibi Fire and Grill is the most durable, best-designed and packable fireplace on the market.

It’s designed and manufactured in Japan, adhering to craftsmanship standards passed down over generations.

The stand of the Takibi Fire and Grill

The Takibi is foldable and modular, and can be used as a fireplace or grill anywhere, on camping trips or in the back garden.

And with the addition of other Snow Peak products, it can be turned into a stunning communal dining centrepiece.

Snow Peak Jikaro Firering Table

Snow Peak Jikaro Firering Table





Table and nylon carrying case




Stainless steel

Packed size:

74.5cm x 17cm x 40cm

Designed to turn the Takibi Fire & Grill into a spectacular dining table, the Jikaro Firering Table creates the perfect centrepiece for any gathering on the campsite.

Set it up outside or under an event shelter for a communal cooking and eating area.

It’s quick and easy to set and packs away into its own carry case, so is simple to transport along with the grill.

Snow Peak’s joined-up thinking also allows you to attach an optional bamboo table to the set-up.

The stand of the Jikaro Firering table

Snow Peak Field Oven

Snow Peak Field Oven





Oven unit, oven rack, ceramic tray, lifter, ceramic tray case and straps


Stainless steel, chrome, ceramic



Packed size:

46 x 47 x 15cm

The interior of the Camp-let Passion
Camp-let Passion family tent

The Field Oven can be used to turn the Takibi Fire & Grill into an oven that produces pizza, bread and pies. Designed and built in Japan, it is made of sturdy stainless steel with a ceramic plate.

The Field Oven packs down easily and the pieces nest together for compact storage.

The Snow Peak Field Oven cooking

Contact details

16A Regent Street,
Saint James’s,



020 3978 4954

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Essential Guide To Camping 2023

2022 Essential guide to camping

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