GEAR TEST APPLICATIONS CLOSED OneTigris Multiuse Camping Shelter for Tents & Hammocks

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FortiFly.

The instant bug out shelter that gives you everything you need, and nothing you don’t.

This quick deploy shelter system has been designed using the time tested shape of the US army pup tent. Set it up as a stand alone tarp tent at just over 4 feet tall and block the elements out while being small enough to trap the heat in while being less constricting than a bivy. Or set it up as a hammock fly to block the wind and rain.

FortiFly was designed using the the OneTigris no compromises ideology. A shelter system that is too hard to set up and too heavy to add to a bug out bag will sit in the closet, but if it isn’t rugged enough to stand up to the harshest environments it will let you down when you need it most.

Which is why FortiFly was built using a military grade 20D Nylon fabric offering the highest weight to strength ratio available and 2000mm of waterproof barrier.

FortiFly was designed as a stand-alone system with no need for added accessories. Included in the kit is a stuff sack, pegs, and guy lines.

Keep your assets fortified with FortiFly. 😉
 
#23
The bag pictured is how I’d like it stored. The front pouch housing extra cordage and any needed tools, making it easy to attach using the straps. While it may cost a little more the sack that came with my Bulwark is fine to just stuff it in but then I stuff it into another bag because the lightweight material of the sack isn’t tough like a cordura outter shell. If it’s in a bag like the one pictured that could be used as a stand alone system. I’m not sure if this comes with the plastic rings like the Bulwark had but those popped off with very little wind and I’d skip those, I bought heavier duty aluminum stakes but they wouldn’t fit through the loops so I used bungee balls to secure it.
I have a hammock I can shoot video with, and a tent. But neither are One Tigris, is this a requirement?
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This is how I pack the Bulwark tarp. The pegs are outside the bag to keep friction down and to decrease the odds of the pegs putting a hole in the tarp. With two bungee balls I can get by without having a tree to tie off to because I can improvise with sticks as make shift poles.

The molle straps on the outside aren’t extremely useful because of the lightweight material of the cinch sack. They are better than nothing though.
This is a very big tarp, I have no real complaints with the tarp. I love it, the only thing I would change is how it’s stored, and that was the only complaint I’ve seen yet.
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Although we have never been chosen to hear test for one tigris- we have written several reviews on the harnesses in which I have purchased for daily use with my PTSD service dog.We would love to gear test this tent. As an avid hunter with a service dog, I believe this tent would be beneficial to both myself and my service dog to help keep the elements at bay. I always worry about him being out in the elements with me, however he refuses to stay somewhere I am not just for the sake of not getting wet. I can see the two of us being able to be together and out of the elements. Due to my C-PTSD even while hunting my hypervigilence kicks in and I must choose a hunting spot where no one can come up from behind us, so in no way would this detract from our hunting by blocking out the back of our hunting spot. We hunt on private property which includes several 100 acres and I have several spots in which we can gear test this tent,windier spots, spots that are more rugged and spots fairly sparse of brush. I would be able to gear test the tent in its ability of putting it up and taking it down as a solo female hunter as well as tandem with another hunter and the ease of doing so with hypervigilence at play and having a service dog with me. We will be able to gear test this tent in multiple weather conditions as we live in Ohio as well as its durability when it comes to a 100 lb black Labrador Retriever who as you can see from one of the pictures I have attached is trained to take me down to keep me from injuring myself while having a flashback. We love one tigris's harnesses and have several that we use for him as a service dog and this will be the first year we will be using the gladiator during hunting season for my mobility. Please consider Kolby and I to gear test this product. We will review the product thoroughly and honestly. Karsen Beckett and Kolby the PTSD service dog
 

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FortiFly.

The instant bug out shelter that gives you everything you need, and nothing you don’t.

This quick deploy shelter system has been designed using the time tested shape of the US army pup tent. Set it up as a stand alone tarp tent at just over 4 feet tall and block the elements out while being small enough to trap the heat in while being less constricting than a bivy. Or set it up as a hammock fly to block the wind and rain.

FortiFly was designed using the the OneTigris no compromises ideology. A shelter system that is too hard to set up and too heavy to add to a bug out bag will sit in the closet, but if it isn’t rugged enough to stand up to the harshest environments it will let you down when you need it most.

Which is why FortiFly was built using a military grade 20D Nylon fabric offering the highest weight to strength ratio available and 2000mm of waterproof barrier.

FortiFly was designed as a stand-alone system with no need for added accessories. Included in the kit is a stuff sack, pegs, and guy lines.

Keep your assets fortified with FortiFly. 😉
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The bag pictured is how I’d like it stored. The front pouch housing extra cordage and any needed tools, making it easy to attach using the straps. While it may cost a little more the sack that came with my Bulwark is fine to just stuff it in but then I stuff it into another bag because the lightweight material of the sack isn’t tough like a cordura outter shell. If it’s in a bag like the one pictured that could be used as a stand alone system. I’m not sure if this comes with the plastic rings like the Bulwark had but those popped off with very little wind and I’d skip those, I bought heavier duty aluminum stakes but they wouldn’t fit through the loops so I used bungee balls to secure it.
I have a hammock I can shoot video with, and a tent. But neither are One Tigris, is this a requirement? View attachment 4760
Bulwark tarp wouldn’t fit in this water bottle carrier.
 
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