How do you pack the SansBug to carry it in a plane? We’ve had quite a few groups and individuals taking the SansBug net tent to Haiti. Not many pictures have come in yet but Billy Grady of Springfield, MO was kind enough to share the pic on the left. The SansBug pop-up mosquito net is ideal in such a setting and is much more convenient than suspending a net. For their flight, Billy and his team threw their 7 tents in a large duffle bag which can be obtained from any army surplus store.
12 SansBugs can fit in a 30” x 50” duffle bag with a side zipper. The SansBug 1-person free-standing tent is a great alternative to the regular nets which need to be suspended and which cost about the same amount.