Elevate Your Camping Game With An Interconnected Modular Tent System
It's not so much a campsite as it is a compound.
Communal camping villages: not just for treehouse people anymore! With the POD modular tent system, your campsite will look like a space station landed beside your bonfire. The genius lies in the connector tunnels, which will allow your kid to graduate from the backyard but still bring the whole neighborhood with them. All while you maintain private sleeping quarters in a tent you don’t have to crawl into. Your wife just might finally have to stop using the phrase “roughing it.”
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The 3.8-meter diameter POD Tent Mini sleeps four, while the 5-meter POD Tent Maxi sleeps eight. Both can stand alone or connect with separately purchased tunnels to create a compound of sleeping and socializing quarters. There’s even an optional sleeping cell that assembles inside the Maxi for added peace and tranquility as you camp out under nature’s peace and tranquility.
All POD Tents are made of ripstop polyester, feature PVC windows, and easily assemble with equal-sized fiberglass support poles. Both models are 7+ feet tall, so you can walk right on in and actually stay upright. POD plans to roll out the POD Tent Elite series next year, with functional improvements like enhanced UV protection and a lighter, more durable design. Although it’s kind of hard to improve on being able to send your kid to their room while you’re miles away from civilization.
POD Tent Maxi
POD Tent Mini
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