Ever want to take your camping trips to the next level? Well this is your chance because now instead of just doing the same old, same old—renting a cabin or spending so much time putting together an old-fashioned tent--now you can spice up your next trip to the outdoors with this floatable raft... that you can sleep in. Yep, you read that right and the people of Twitter are so confused about it.
Known as the "Shoal Tent", this new-aged contraption allows you to literally sleep on the water. Rivers, ponds and/or creeks--you name it--this tent lets you and your crew enjoy every part of camping on land but now on water too which kind of seems a bit sketchy and Twitter had some things to say about this wild invention.
1. How do you get out?— 𝐵𝑒𝓉𝓉𝓎 𝐵𝑜𝑜𝓅 𝑅𝑒𝓈𝒾𝓈𝓉𝓈 (@Ra_da_da_da) August 19, 2019
2. Where do you park your car?
3. Where are girls supposed to pee?
Dams? Waterfalls? Don’t think so.— BUILD A WALL AND CRIME WILL FALL! (@OPMpaul) August 19, 2019
So you can drown in your sleep?! pic.twitter.com/PnDIATpWJC— FangirlingWhileBlack (@BlackFangirling) August 19, 2019
Something convenient about this tent though that anyone will really love is that you don't have to worry about any hard labor going into building it either, which just might be the second selling point. The tent does not require any poles to hold its structure and it is 100% inflatable. All you got to do is pop that thing up and voilà, your water tent is ready to be inhabited.
Smithfly, the creators of the Shoal Tent, also made sure that this camping shelter was extra durable. The material of the tent is guaranteed to be waterproof and heavy duty should you ever come across any troubles like intense winds while you're floating away. On top of that, the inside of the tent has a six inch high pressure floor that can also be used basically as a bed. So you can leave your sleeping bags and air mattresses behind!
Selling for a whopping $1999, it's unfortunately out of stock right now for the next two months due to popular demand. But keep your eyes open for when it's back on the market because camping just got a whole lot more fun... and possibly a little more dangerous?
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