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Solo trips mean you have to carry everything up the mountain or into and out of the canyon yourself. Fortunately, the one-person, three-season Exped Mira I Tent provides a versatile, reliable shelter while adding less than three pounds to your pack. Expertly designed and tested, this freestanding double-wall tent uses tough fabrics to keep out spring and summer showers, yet is still lightweight enough for hiking long trails like the AT or PCT.

  • PU-coated nylon and taped seams shed raindrops and the mesh walls expel humid air after quick summer storms
  • DAC Featherlite NSL poles withstand moderate winds without weighing down your pack
  • Simple design uses a long pole sleeve over the spine of the tent for one-person pitching while two other short poles permit more interior space
  • Arching design frees up lots of headroom when you have to stay inside until the rain moves out of the mountains
  • Vestibule provides enough space for cooking in the rain and the 'Rain Shadow' entrance prevents dripping inside
  • Guylines attach to poles for extra security in passing storms

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4 5

Solid little tent

  • Gender: Female
  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

The tent materials are solid and far more durable than tents weighing 5-6 oz. less. Unless you're pitching on sharp rocks, you won't need the footprint (so consider that when comparing it to the weight of other backpacking tents). This tent is 2" taller than most others in its class, so I purchased an MSR universal gear loft and it works great. The tent packs small, so I'm able to get it into the round hatches on my British kayak (NDK). It also fits in my panniers for bike touring. Being a single tent, it pitches easily in small spaces (spent 2 weeks in it in the Alaskan outback). It had no problems at all dealing with 3 days of sustained 25knot winds with gusts to almost 40. I didn't think I would use the little zipper into the extra gear area, but I did. It was perfect for my water bottle (or for the boys, a place for the pee bottle).

1. larger vestibule
2. truly free-standing
3. an additional tie-down loop half-way across the base of door opening so more gear can be stored (I sewed one on myself - see photo).
4. include gear loft
5. Put sleeves on the rain fly and suspend inner tent so it can be set up dry in the rain (I love that about my Exped Vela II).

Solid little tent

Mira series Set-Up Procedures

This video covers the set-up procedures for the Mira series of tents - Mira I, II, and III