kammok glider portable relief shelter + camping system

kammok glider relief shelter + camping system

the ‘ kammok glider‘ is the first ever consumer camping and relief shelter to include built-in rain retention technology. the patent-pending design includes catenary curves, influenced by the shape of the sugar glider flying squirrel. an adjustable suspension allows for natural rain gutters, where water is channeled along these curves to the four feet of the canopy. flexible water bottles at the base of the feet collect the rainwater using BPA-free plastic connectors for immediate drinking or storage.

the ‘kammok glider’ is currently seeking funding on kickstarter.

 

 


under the glider


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amphibiskin is constructed using high tenacity fibre technologies, starting with a cordura brand base that makes the finished fabric exceptionally durable. the fabric is then siliconized for added strength, and treated with proprietary waterproof and heat reflective finishes. the result is an ultralight fabric, that can protect against downpours, snowstorms, and against the blistering heat. with a variety of mounting and suspension settings, the ‘glider’ is a multi-functional rain tarp and shelter. not only does it accompany the kammok roo camping hammock and accessories on the trail or backcountry, it can also be used on its own, as a beach shelter, tailgating tent, triathlon or marathon tent or emergency shelter.

 

 


water retention technology

 

 


patent-pending BPA-free plastic connectors

 

 


kammok amphibiskin material


kammok flexiPOD bottles

designboom has received this project from our ‘DIY submissions‘ feature, where we welcome our readers to submit their own work for publication. see more project submissions from our readers here.

Source article:www.designboom.com/design/kammok-glider-portable-relief-shelter-camping-system

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