It seems like every camper spent large parts of his or her childhood wide awake and shivering through the night, trapped in a tent that managed to be drafty, musty, leaky, heavy, and claustrophobic all at the same time.
Tent design has gone from mammoth skin to A-frame to pole and dome, but the basic concept has remained the same — stretch some material over your head and hope for the best.
Three tents is a pretty big blow, both to your bank account and to the limited storage area in your garage.
It starts with a basic two-man, two-door, two-pole dome design, one complete with a rain fly, bathtub bottom, gear loft, and four mesh storage pouches.
Tentsile recently went back to the drawing board and combined the best qualities of tents and hammocks.
Essentially a tent suspended between three trees with webbing and a ratchet, the Flite can sleep two people and has enough head room to sit up and change clothes.