Collapsible. Easy to move. The yurt redefined.
Big. Stately. Sturdy. The Mongolian mansion of tents.
But wildly impractical. Cumbersome. Hard to pack on the roof of a Rav4.
Until now, care of the clever Scottish craftsmen at Trakke and their highly portable Jero yurt, now available.
Packing down to car-trunk dimensions, the Jero goes up without a single tool.
Nothing but tension gravity.
Small as it is, it still clocks in at a couple hundred pounds, so, you know, lift with your knees. That 15-oz. canvas cover ain’t light.
It is, however, rot- and waterproof, meaning you can set it and forget it if you’ve got the space.
And the ducats. A regal affair like this will cost you a pretty penny.
Fully built, you’re looking at about forty square feet of faux-rustic shelter.
Perfect for a royal bedchamber.
Hail to the king, baby.
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