Heimplanet Mavericks Inflatable Expedition Tent

May 13, 2014

Category: Gear

Whether you’re looking to conquer Everest or just need a night away from your wife in the backyard, the Heimplanet Mavericks Inflatable Expedition Tent is prepared to keep you safe from 100+ mph winds, rolling boulders, and cold shoulders. It can also be pitched in seconds, which is great if she’s running after you with a hot curling iron.

But seriously, at $7,000, maybe this tent is reserved for real expeditions. Its double-layer air struts aligned in diamond crystal formations promise top-notch strength, and the chamber system inside offers relief from extreme temperatures the way most other tents can only dream of. But back to the angry wife thing… if that scenario seems more likely than you hiking the Himalayas, you might wanna opt for the somewhat similar Heimplanet Cave Tent, which offers most of the perks, just with a lower wind rating and price. [Purchase]

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