ArcherOG Cloud Tree Tent 2 Person

April 20, 2017 - Comment

ArcherOG Cloud Tree Tent allows you to stay off the cold hard ground while out in the cold hard wild. Single Ratchet System for Lightweight Travel and simple set up Extra Wide Fly Tarp can cover suspended Cloud Tent with protected seating area below or removed for a clear view of the stars. Double Sided

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ArcherOG Cloud Tree Tent allows you to stay off the cold hard ground while out in the cold hard wild. Single Ratchet System for Lightweight Travel and simple set up Extra Wide Fly Tarp can cover suspended Cloud Tent with protected seating area below or removed for a clear view of the stars. Double Sided Doors creates flexible setup locations. Ultra Strong Webbing and Trampoline supports 500 pounds. Tight Insect mesh with durable zippers.

Product Features

  • ArcherOG Cloud Tree Tent Comes with a Single Ratchet System for Lightweight Travel and Simple Set Up
  • Extra Wide Fly Tarp can cover suspended Cloud Tent with protected seating area below or removed for a clear view of the stars.
  • Double Sided Doors creates flexible setup locations.
  • Ultra Strong Webbing and Trampoline supports 500 pounds.
  • Tight Insect mesh with durable zippers.

Comments

pogshawn says:

A poorly engineered product. First of all, it is not a cloud tent: it is merely a bug-net sewn onto a tarp with a rain-fly overhead. The netting is made of inferior fabric that snags with the least little touch to a twig or pine cone. When set up (stretched) the zipper fabric is puckered around the curves and cannot be operated with one hand. 

Rudy Dozal says:

Amazing!!! ” I love camping but hate sleeping on the ground with the creepy crawlers and dampness. A hammock is too constricting. I saw this Tree Tent and thought it looked like a great idea. We were excited to see what it looked like set up before our camping trip so we set it up in the backyard. It was fairly easy to set up. I was surprised at how strong the trampoline was. I admit I was expecting more of a hammock but this is a very strong tent you simply hang in trees. It did not sag as much as I expected which is very nice. I have not used it on a camping trip yet but have enjoyed a nice autumn nap in it. We left it set up for a couple of days to see how it holds up. It rained pretty hard the first night. We left the fly tarp off so there was a huge puddle on the trampoline. We dumped the water out and put the fly tarp up and the tent dried out pretty quickly. It maintained shape and strength very well. A friend of ours has one also that they purchased for almost twice as much. The…

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