Tensile Tree tent review

WIN This Tentsile Una Tree Tent!

We don’t get paid for product reviews and this isn’t a sponsored post, so our thoughts on this Tentsile Una Tree Tent aren’t influenced by a sponsor. We will also be giving away this tree tent, so if you like it, leave a comment on the video and you’ll be entered for a chance to win.

I’ve always had a thing for tree houses. Perhaps has a result of growing up in Africa, I had an innate need to see over the tall grass of the veld so I could find my dinner or find out if I would be dinner. Whatever the reason, living above ground level always seemed like a good idea to me.

Being off the ground when you’re camping makes a lot of sense. You are harder to reach for bugs and crawling creatures, you won’t get flooded if it rains, and you won’t be lying on the cold ground. The older I get, the harder the grounds gets and for me, the best feature of the Una Tentsile Tree Tent is that it is extremely comfortable.

The Tentsile Una Tree Tent is a one-person tree tent that is a brand new release. It isn’t available yet, so we were lucky enough to be one of the first people to review this product. Tentsile tents are made to be suspended over the ground, but in dry conditions can also be pitched on the ground like a conventional tent.

The tree tent is made of an adjustable frame of 2.5 tonne webbing straps, a micro insect mesh roof, and a UV resistant, PU-coated and waterproof polyester fabric fly. The webbing frame is held in tension at each of the three anchor points by being ratcheted tight.

Since this is a new release, we didn’t have access to the usual instructions and video that Tentsile provides with their tents, but you will. I suggest you watch these videos, especially since each of the three anchor points has a different securing mechanism. If you are new to ratchets, this is especially important.

I did find that you needed three trees in the right configuration to put up the tree tent, but once you got it up, you were in for some serious comfort. If there are no trees, you can pitch it on the ground.

Tentsile has a vested interest in trees, so the company plants 18 trees for every tent that you buy through WeForest and the Eden Project.

*Photo by Justin Lewis



Nikki is an author and writer specializing in green living ideas and tips, adventure travel, upcycling, and all things eco-friendly. She's traveled the globe, swum with sharks and been bitten by a lion (fact). She lives in a tiny town with a fat cat and a very bad dog.

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7 thoughts on “WIN This Tentsile Una Tree Tent!

  1. wendy Kelly

    This is very interesting. Wonder if there will be a two person tree tent coming soon.

    1. Adam

      This company has released multiple versions of their tents. There are 1, 2, and 3 person tents, and they also have more lounge hammock like (for lounge purposes) versions as well.

  2. Leslie Strand

    These tents are awesome! I have also always been a fan of treehouses… awesome post!

  3. Kim Fehr

    Camping will never be the same. I love how the Tentsile Una Tree Tent gets you off the ground and into the trees. Thanks for sharing about this innovative product!

  4. Alex Domenighini

    I normally backpack with on the ground tent, but lastly I get very attracted from tree tent.
    I discover UNA on Instagram and googling review I found out your article. Good to know that someone test it and fin it comfortable enough.

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