The Soft Goods Backpacking Shelter Saves Space on Hikes

By: Meghan Young - Published: Jul 20, 2011 • References: coroflot & designbuzz
Summer is a time for a slew of outdoor activities, from simple hikes to hardcore camping trips; through all of these excursions, the Soft Goods Backpacking Shelter would definitely prove to be extremely useful. For those who are particularly adventurous, a day trip can often turn into a weekend away, and that means packing for many different scenarios. The Soft Goods Backpacking Shelter is an all-in-one bivy, hammock, crash pad and seat cushion, therefore reducing the need for miscellaneous items while helping you save space.

Designed by Jared Downs, the Soft Goods Backpacking Shelter is not only super convenient, but it is also eco-friendly. I especially like how you can sleep hung up in the trees with this item, which proves useful for staying away from wildlife and from possibly wet grounds. Stats for Hammocklike Tents Trending: Older & Warm
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