Roomoon Hanging Tent

Aug 18, 2014

Category: Gear

Sometimes we daydream about chillin at the International Space Station; then we think about all the grueling training involved with getting to that point—no thanks. So, in aiming our sights a little lower, we’ve come across the lovely little roomoon from The Hanging Tent Company.

This moon-shaped tent hangs from a sturdy tree after you use its special pulley system. The stainless steel frame collapses for easy transportation, while the floor is built of lightweight pine wood. Each tent is handcrafted and tailor-made to fit your desires, with available upgrades including cushions, rugs, beanbags, and integrated LED lights. Apparently a young man named Rufus Martin came up with the concept for roomoon as a project for school, and then he just kept going and going. We’re glad he did. [Purchase]

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