Hanging 3-Person Tree Tent Uses Fabric, Rope & Tension


Ever wonder, when camping and hanging your food pack, whether you really want your edibles to be more secure than you are from bears, bugs, snow, floods and the like?

Worry no more, thanks to the Tensile tree tent, a kind of enclosed, three-pronged hammock suspended from the forests sturdiest structures.

Like a stool, a tripod of support points are needed to anchor the otherwise-flimsy space in place – these translate into bedrooms branching out from a central community area in the middle.

A drop-down rope ladder lets you slip down and out, then pull it back up and inside for nighttime safety. And, of course, it packs up into lightweight, backpackable item for easy traveling.

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