Camping In A State Of Suspension -- A Suspended Tent That Is
Look! Up in the trees! It's a UFO! It's a hammock! It's a tree house! No, it's a . . . tent? Yes, that's it. It is the Tentsile Stingray tent and it is designed to be used either on the ground or suspended in the trees. It is the brain-child of tree house designer Alex Shirley-Smith, in partnership with product designer Kirk Kirchev. The idea was to make a simple, lightweight, portable tree house using minimal materials. The result is an other-worldly looking design.
An in-tents holiday experience! Architect designs incredible floating tents which 'hover' several feet off the ground
These tents are designed for floating camping - and are perfect for those who don't fancy getting up close and personal with the bugs on the forest floor.
DD Hammocks | Camping & Jungle Hammocks
DD hammocks has been a leader in the hammock camping since industry since 2005. The DD Hammocks range of gear is the combination of extensive backpacking knowledge, research and development, rigorous prototyping and hammock testing, + the reviews and feedback by amazing hammockers through the last decade. DD hammocks has a passion for innovating backpacking gear which has brought the world the hammock/bivi hybrid, a high-spec fully modular hammock, a hammock-specific sleeping bag, and the…
Sleep in the Trees Inside a Portable Suspended Treehouse by Tentsile
Created by UK inventor Alex Shirley-Smith, Tentsile is an ingenious portable suspended treehouse that installs much like a hammock while offering the convenience of a multi-person tent. Simply locate any three anchor points and install the tent above ground where you're immediately clear of threats
Tentsile Tree Tents Take Camping To A New Level
If you combined a hammock, a tent and a treehouse, you’d get a Tentsile Tent. Trained architect Alex Shirley-Smith teamed up with product designer and co-inventor Kirk Kirchev, to bring his c…
Pitch your tent in the trees with Tentsile | Adventure Sports Network
Tentsile, a tent system that transcends traditional grounded shelters, has unveiled new models. Aside from the original tent-in-a-tree setup, the company now offers hammocks that can hold three people each and can be layered into a multi-tiered treehouse, a 2-layer tree tent and a massive communal tent system designed to hold 6 people. The Ewok