Flash way back to 1965.. back when our parents were most likely teenagers. The T1 VW Camper Van with the split window was about the coolest thing on the road. The “T’ stands for the chasis as which is the basis Transporter from which most of the Camper Vans are build. VW has been manufacturing Camper Vans for over 60 years and were used for the sole purpose of camping but also as trucks too. For nearly 3 decades all ages are able to enjoy Camper Vans- and now The Monster Factory USA is giving our littles a chance to have fun in their own pop up tent camper van.
As soon as I opened the box to this super cool tent for the kids they got so excited and wanted it put up immediately! The tent came in the most adorable bag that looks like a tire with 2 handles for easy carrying. Pulling it out of the bag it literally popped right up and all I had to do was place 4 poles to keep it upright. Took less than 5 minutes to put up- even the 4 year old helped me it was that simple.
My oldest son had the most fun with it as it’s more for his age group. The front of the van has a flap that can be rolled up for air as you can see my son sitting on his stool pretending to drive. With entrances on the side and the rear it makes playtime twice as fun! The tent is so much fun inside but also just as much fun outside!
* Protective UV
* Fire Retardant
Purchase your tent in your favorite color HERE.
About (taken from website): Established in 1998, The Monster Factory is an award winning gift company. We originate, manufacture and sell unique licensed products. All of our products are warehoused in Fort Worth, Texas.
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