Recently Mashable shared a video of a tent that floats on water.
According to Curbed, Built to let water lovers camp on ponds, spring creeks, or eddies on calm rivers, the Shoal Tent uses a raft body with three air chambers and a six-inch high pressure floor that doubles as an air mattress.
Made by Smith Fly, the Shoal Tent packs down into a burrito roll style storage bag. It costs a whopping $1,499! Zippered window and door panels are similar to other normal tents, the inflated tent provides about 6’3” of headspace, and you can squeeze up to four people in its eight by eight footprint.
While it may seem cool at first, Twitter began tearing it a part with jokes! Criticizing the logistics of this tent.
What do you think about this?