When it comes to tents, the traditional options we all grew up with and their pull-apart bungee skeletons are no more. They’ve been replaced with inflatable exoskeletons and hanging options that are easier to deploy, easier to manage and quite frankly, easier to sleep through the night in. But until the Exod Ark you see here, there wasn’t a single tent that combined both a hanging setup and easy-to-deploy suspension and inflatable skeleton. In other words, if you’re looking for one of the most comfortable camping experiences in damn near any situation, you won’t find better options that the Ark. It deploys with straps, skeleton and inflation in less than 10 mins. It packs up in less than 8 mins. It’s also built to work with a single pump, made from stiff dacron fabric that’s kevlar-reinforced, and bolstered with a carbon frame originally intended for for military emergency stretchers. What’s more, it includes multiple access points, a well-adapted roof height, a skylight, and a spacious interior that you can actually spread out in.