Cacoon Hanging Teepee
In many parts of the U.S., this time right here, that mid-September through early-October period, features some superb weather for enjoying the outdoors. If you’re looking for a little extra motivation to get off your couch, you might find it in the Cacoon by hang-in-out.
Billed as a new “hangout chillout space,” the Cacoon is a combination of weaver bird nest, teepee, hanging chair, and hammock. Top-grade fabrics (a mix of cotton and polyester) are used and treated for anti-mold, UV protection, and water resistance. It comes in three sizes — bonsai, single and double — with the ability to handle 220 lbs. or 440 lbs. while hanging from any sturdy branch. The makers say Cacoon has been tested and hung in every type of environment, and if used properly, it should yield years of safe enjoyment. [Purchase]