If you're the sort of camper who doesn't feel particularly protected by your fabric shelter, perhaps the Igloo Log Cabin Tent can sway you. Taking the appearance of a much more substantial refuge, this home away from home offers aesthetic and functional comforts to its occupant.
On the surface, you can appreciate that the manufacturer has printed wood and stone patterns, as well as a rafter over the entrance. The screened entry looks like a mini sunroom, attached to the rest of the faux chalet.
But what's more than visual, the Igloo Log Cabin Tent has strategic ventilating mesh, leak and flood barriers and even a Cable Port so that you can feed electricity into your little hut. I wouldn't quite call this glamping, but it's one step closer to it.
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