Our obsession with the weather continues with this wearable tent, which, of course, has to exist since there's already one you can sleep in and another to float in should it (knock wood) flood in your neck of the woods.
But whatever was MontBell thinking when it staked this thing out? While it's a great 2-in-1 on paper, it's almost impossible to have your tent and wear it too, particularly in a downpour. And here's another deal breaker--there's no base sheet to this $100-ish contraption, so that's a yucky no-no for soggy grounds. One wit summed it up hilariously as "the winter of our discount tent."
Still, you've got to admit that it cuts down on the ridiculous mountain of camping gear that one often ends up lugging along. The pret