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Feel safer than ever in this latest suspended tent design

As you may be aware, the latest trend to hit the camping market is suspended tents. Yes, tents that ‘fly’ in the air between trees. If you’re not afraid of heights, this is a very convenient way to escape the crawling bugs and cold earth floor.

The outdoor supply company Multimok has taken this concept one step further with the introduction of their Bivymok – a flying tent that can hold up to 453kg. That’s a lot of weight.

The single pole tent measures 2.4m by 1.2m wide. It has a no frills design, but fulfils what it promises to with ease. The Bivymok is covered with a soft polyester mesh and accessed through a wide zippered entry. In good weather, you can have a 360-degree view of your selected campsite.

If rain threatens, a ripstop polyester rainfly can be pulled over the top, keeping you dry, cosy and safe from the possibility of your canvas domicile being flooded.

So how is it capable of holding the weight of your quad-bike (please see below)? A separate polyester webbing net sits beneath the tent and attaches to the surrounding trees using strong buckles and straps. Multimok even throw in a set of four climbing carabiners to make assembly safer and more convenient.

Multimok is conducting an Indiegogo campaign to try and gather more funds for a production run. They plan to ship this month if they reach certain goals.

If this is your thing, you can pledge US$199 and get the whole kit and caboodle.

Check out more photos below!

Photo credit (Lead and body images): Multimok

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