Tentsile Flite Plus Tree Tent (2020 Model) – 2 Person Ultralight Backpacking Portable Tree House Tent – 4 Season, Lightweight, Couples Camping – Rainfly, Heavy Duty Straps, Stuff Sack/Dry Bag included

March 13, 2020 - Comment

Comfort & Protection: The Tentsile Flite combines the comfort and versatility of a hammock, with the protection, security and multi-occupancy of a tent. Our unique 3-point anchor system provides a taut and tensioned base to the tent giving you the most comfortable night’s sleep you’ve ever had in a tent whether you sleep on your

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Comfort & Protection: The Tentsile Flite combines the comfort and versatility of a hammock, with the protection, security and multi-occupancy of a tent. Our unique 3-point anchor system provides a taut and tensioned base to the tent giving you the most comfortable night’s sleep you’ve ever had in a tent whether you sleep on your front, back or side. Capacity: With a 220kg weight capacity, the Flite is designed to hold 2 adults and their gear making it perfect for adventurous couples or friends. Anti-Roll Straps: Each tent is reinforced with our unique anti-roll strap system which creates separate sleeping bays for each person and prevents you from rolling to the middle of the tent; a must-have feature for multi-person camping. Waterproof Rainfly: The Flite comes with a 5, 000 Hydrostatic Head rainfly made from strong 204D nylon-composite fabric. The rainfly extends outwards from the tent, giving you a large, dry area underneath the tent to store gear or act as another living space. No Level-Ground Needed: The tent is suspended off the ground between 3 anchor points so there’s no need to find level ground. Being held above the ground moves you away from damp, uneven or stick/stone covered terrain. If you find level ground, the Flite is compatible with our ground conversion kit.

Product Features

  • Unique camping option for 2: unparalleled overnight sleeping experience combining the best of tent, hammock, and ultralight camping. 4 season COMFORT and capability for seasoned campers and newcomers alike with this oversized two person suspended hammock
  • New for generation 3, the Flite features abundant storage options with an internal mesh pouch and an underfloor storage Net for those bulky items.
  • The Flite Plus accommodates 2 adults comfortably while keeping all their gear secure – weight capacity of 485lbs/220, head height of 2. 7ft/90cm, floor area 43sqft/4Sqm.
  • Heavy duty ratchet straps maintain adequate tension coupled with thoughtful DESIGN, providing you with enough room to sleep (or frolic) in comfort. Setup time in about 10 minutes.
  • Suitable for year round use with 5000HH removable rainfly, strong 240D nylon-polyester composite fabric, and lateral extensions of the rainfly keep the gear and ground Dry below – no more soggy camping.

Comments

Anonymous says:

Buy this tent. Ok so I am sitting in the tent now and have been camping for the last 2 weeks. Don’t know why they have a warning on keeping it up for extended periods. I got new hammock straps for it. I bought land and thought it would be comfortable while I build my cabin/home. Planning on using it for 4 months and will update. The tent is more comfortable than your bed, no joke. You will get a great nights sleep out of it if the conditions are right. Example 1, the screen zipper to get in is huge so if you…

Anonymous says:

Make sure it’s level!!! This is a really cool tent! My fiance and I bought it a few months back and we wanted to try it out in different settings before we reviewed. First off, set it up first thing when you arrive to the campsite. Make absolutely damn sure it is perfectly level or else you will either A) be sliding into each other and into the side of the tent B) sliding down to the feet part of the tent or C) have all your blood rush to your head. Take the time to make sure it’s level. Get in and try it before it’s…

Anonymous says:

Never going back to a hammock SO glad I finally made the leap. This is actually easier and faster to set up than a hammock with tarp shelter. I never liked hammock rain flys. They don’t protect enough for me. I end up rigging up tarps and that takes time to put up right and tight as well as taking it back down. I just used it for the first time at the most humid event I remember ever camping in. The difference is amazing. The amount of roll around room, combined with potential for airflow (depending how you tie down the…

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