It’s amazing how much stuff we manage to fit in the garage. Sure, the car and bikes are meant to go there. But we also throw in all the lawn equipment, gardening supplies, seasonal decorations, handyman toolbox, beach toys, and a whole lot more. Truth be told, it isn’t likely to take long before the seemingly-infinite capacity of the garage reaches its limit. When that happens, you can either shell out big money to build an extra shed in the backyard or just pick up a Yardstash III.
A portable storage tent, it gives folks an enclosed space outside the house to hide some of the stuff that won’t quite cram into the garage anymore. No need to leave tools and supplies in the open air exposed to the elements, where they’re constantly in threat of rust and corrosion. Just pitch one of these things in the backyard and dump them inside for storage.
When set up, the Yardstash III measures 65 x 74 x 30 inches (h x w x d), offering enough interior space to store two bicycles with room to spare. It’s fully enclosed with a ripstop tarpaulin roof (UPF 50+ protection rating), a durable polyester body, interior weatherproof coating, reinforced integrated flooring, storm flaps, and two door zippers (one on top, one on bottom) to ensure the entryway can be sealed tight, although there’s a small mesh vent in front to eliminate condensation. When disassembled, it fits into a compact bag measuring 23 x 7 x 7 inches, making it feasible to bring along camping trips for pop-up storage. The whole thing can be set up by one person in under 15 minutes.