Thousands of years ago, nomads in Asia developed the yurt, a portable, rounded tent that provided a decent amount of shelter on the go. Consider the Jero the yurt for today. Each handmade Jero can break down and be tossed in the back of your car with ease. Constructed out of marine plywood, stainless steel hardware, polyester rope, and some 15oz cotton canvas, the structure is simple yet more dependable than a flimsy tent. Uula Jero, who helped design the Jero, even spent an entire year living in one to make sure it was up to snuff. The entire structure can be assembled without tools and is perfect for your backyard or kept in the back of your car for impromptu adventure.