The first of the three new fur tarp designs from the Japanese manufacturer, Tamiya, has been launched in the country.
The two other new designs will be launched in India later this year.
Tamiya has been making fur tarsers for some time now.
It started out as a small outfit, producing an insulated version of the fur turd.
It expanded into producing a tarp, and then a full-sized tarp.
It then launched a full line of fur turtles, which it now produces with the same basic materials, with the added feature of a soft shell for added warmth.
The company has been trying to get into the big tent market in India, but with the launch of the new fur tents, it is aiming at a larger audience.
Tamiya has also introduced its new soft turtling tarp design, which is designed to be suitable for all weather.
The new tarp is about 8.8m wide and 6.8 metres long, making it about the size of a two-person tent.
The soft tarp can be folded up in half, or stretched out to an 11 metre long tent.
Tami is not the only one taking the soft turd approach.
The Japanese company Nippon Fur Works also announced the new Tamiya Soft Turtling Tarp at the New York Toy Fair earlier this year, and the company’s products are now being made in Japan.
The Soft Turd will be available in several colours.
Tama is not alone in offering soft turgids, but the Tamiya brand has some catching up to do.