Tentsile Flite Tree Tent | The Perfect Tent For Hiking

$350

There is no doubt that camping is fun but with an ordinary tent, there are a variety of things and situations that can mar your experience. Things like bugs, muddy ground caused by rain during the night or, possibly, wildlife that can harm you. Luckily, Tentsile has long been known for their interesting and innovative tents and the Tentsile Flite Tree Tent definitely hits the mark.

The Tentsile Flite is the latest tent that they have in their range and it was specifically designed to be extremely lightweight, functional and perfect for hiking.

Tentsile Flite suspended in a dense forest

The Tentsile Flite is perfect for any environment and because of its compact size, it can even be used in a dense forest.

The Flite is so lightweight that it only weighs 1 pound and yet, large enough to be able to comfortably support two people. The color selections that you have – dark green and fresh green –  are for the rain fly which means that you’ll be able to sleep snugly and dry even when there is a downpour.

Tentsile Flite being used in winter

Because of its lightweight, the Flite is the perfect 4-season companion to take on any adventure that you might have planned.

Setting up the Flite is extremely simple as well; all that you need are three trees and, to cut down on weight, the Flite was designed to need only one ratchet. You simply tie the lanyards around the trees, apply the ratchet and then apply tension. Voila! Your Tentsile Flite Tree Tent is completely off the ground and you have no need to worry about bugs, wildlife or anything else that could disturb your sleep.

The canopy is made from durable  polyester mesh that keeps all the bugs out and to store your gear, the Flite features four internal pockets.

Get it from Amazon here.

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Top view of Tentsile Flite

Setting up the Flite takes no longer than 10 minutes. Simply tie the lanyards to 3 trees and then use the supplied ratchet to apply tension.

 

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