If your ideal get-a-way includes a two-bedroom retreat with a full-size living room and a great view, grab your Pod Tents and hit the backcountry vacation trail.
Pod Tents are a new idea in camping that use tunnels to connect between different size dome tents creating a hamster-like habitrail tent house. The tents are constructed using durable and flammability tested rip stop nylon with taped seams and are supported by aluminum and steel poles. The larger Pod Elite Maxi is roomy enough to sleep eight people or make it the center of your tent house as a social area. The smaller Pod Elite Mini is more of a cozy bedroom tent, sleeping four. Tunnels zip into place between the tents connecting in different configurations to meet your outdoor living requirements.
Pod Tents set up in about twenty minutes and once connected, transform a camping trip into a home away from home. Pod Tents will be available in early 2015 and are estimating a retail cost of around 550 bucks for the Maxi, 400 for the Mini and tunnels for 80 bucks, support their Kickstarter and build your tent home for a discount.
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