Nano Cure Self-Healing Tent

Jun 28, 2018

Category: Gear

Imperial Motion, a company that took there ‘what if’ ideas and rolled with it, is all about the constantly evolving way of life, which led them to create one of the most technologically advanced tents out there. It’s called the Nano Cure Tent, and they state that it’s the world’s very first self-healing tent.

The Nano Cure Tent has water resistant nylon ripstop, along with resealing and repairing abilities. On its own, nylon ripstop is immensely durable; however, when its combined with Imperial Motion’s special double sided coating, along with the heat of your fingers, small holes and punctures can be restored. Additionally, the reinforced fibers of the ripstop will also create further reinforcement and support around the hole, aiding in its repair ability. This ultralight tent also has mesh ventilation windows, a rain fly, canopy and a tarpaulin bottom, so you can sleep easy knowing that there won’t be any moisture seeping through. Imperial Motion’s 4-person capacity tent is also super easy to set up and take down because it has less parts, so you can save some time and enjoy more of nature. Check out Kickstarter to back this amazing project now.

Purchase: $200

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