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Marmot Eos 1P Tent: 1-Person 3-Season

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    Go solo, but give yourself plenty of room.

    A bivy isn't always the best idea. They can feel like you're sleeping in a coffin. Your home away from home should be lightweight and easy to carry, but also roomy enough that you can sit up and read if the weather turns nasty. Marmot designed the Eos 1-Person Tent for lightweight travel without the claustrophobic, cramped feeling of a bivy, so it's easy to carry and easy to live with if you're stuck waiting out a storm.

    • Tough, waterproof breathable 40D nylon ripstop fly with 1800mm polyurethane coating
    • 20D No-See-Um mesh canopy for cooling ventilation and bug protection
    • Ultra-durable 40D nylon floor with 3000mm waterproof coating
    • 3 lightweight DAC aluminum poles
    • Single door and vestibule for light weight
    • Roomy sleeping quarters for one
    • Maximum weight is 2 pounds 13 ounces, so it won't weigh you down
    • Bare bones setup is just fly, footprint, and poles for light weight
    • Color-coded Easy Pitch clips and poles
    • Item #MAR2760

    Tech Specs

    Material
    [fly] 40D nylon ripstop, PU/silicone coating (1800mm), [body] 20D No-See-Um-Net, [floor] 40D nylon, PU coating (3000mm)
    Capacity
    1-person
    Season
    3-season
    Wall Type
    double-wall
    Freestanding
    yes
    Poles
    DAC Featherlite NSL aluminum (8.05mm)
    Number of Poles
    1
    Pole Attachment
    clips
    Number of Doors
    1
    Number of Vestibules
    1
    Vestibule Space
    7.85 sq ft
    Ventilation
    mesh walls
    Seams
    fully taped
    Interior Height
    36 in
    Floor Dimensions
    87 x 37 in
    Floor Space
    21 sq ft
    Packed Size
    21.5 x 6 in
    Fast-pitch Option
    yes, footprint not included
    Fast-pitch Weight
    1 lb 14 oz
    Packed Weight
    2 lb 13 oz
    Trail Weight
    2 lb 7 oz
    Recommended Use
    ultralight backpacking, camping
    Manufacturer Warranty
    lifetime

    Tech Specs

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    Got really familiar with it on the PCT

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I strained my achilles on the PCT and had to call in a heli evac. I spent 30 hours in this tent below Vista Ridge in Washington waiting out a storm for the helicopter, got to know it better than during all the other nights. Here's what I noticed:

    - Ventilation is lacking. It's pretty good, but still got a lot of condensation during the storm. Kept the rainwater out fine though

    - FAST to set up. If you know what you're doing it takes only a minute or so, and in a Washington thunderstorm that makes a lot of difference.
    - Warms up fast, small enough that it doesn't take much. I'd boil the water for food outside and then bring it inside to rehydrate on cold nights. Worked perfectly.
    - At about the 20 hour mark, it starts to feel VERY CRAMPED. But, you know, not usually a problem
    - Finally, when actually on the trail it's small (hardly noticed it when packing) and light (hardly noticed it on my back)

    Overall, *definitely* worth the buy. I'd suggest springing for the footprint as well, the floor feels thin by itself

    Super tent!

      Slept in this tent for 4 days of pretty constant rain and the inside was dry the whole time. Rain fly extension by the door is great for storing your pack so it's dry as well. Plenty of headroom to sit up to read or do anything else while you wait out the storm (I'm 6 foot).

      Awesome Tent

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      In addition to the Marmot EOS 1P tent, I also own a Big Agnes Seedhouse 1P and the North Face Stormbreak 1P. I have also borrowed a couple of other 1 person tents from friends. The EOS and Stormbreak are easily my favorite. The weekend after the EOS was delivered, I took it to the California Sierra's for it's initial test run. There were several feet of snow on the ground and it ended up raining/sleeting during the night for a couple of hours. The EOS tent performed perfectly!! It is light, packs down small, has great ventilation, and is extremely easy to set up. I love the full netting when the nights are warm (although it provides no privacy when changing clothes), and it has enough room for my 6' 1'' , 185 lb frame. My ONLY complaint is that my head and shoulders rub the sides of the tent at the top when sitting up. This is because of its steep-walled 1-pole design and isn't a big deal, but I have more room at the top in my Stormbreak (because of the cross-pole design). I have used this tent several times since and it totally rocks! I highly recommend the Marmot EOS 1P tent for those who want a great, lightweight, all around 1-person tent.

      Awesome Tent

      Balances price, weight, and durability

        I was looking for a tent that would do it all, without breaking the bank or my back. I also wanted it to be suitable for a multitude of scenarios: car camping, backpacking (weekend, week long, or even thru hike), and possibly kayak or bike campingu. This tent fit the bill.

        I wanted a tent that was freestanding, so that it was sturdy but also easy to setup after a long day of hiking. I considered other "semi-freestanding" tents, but decided freestanding would lend itself better to being a "do it all" shelter, for instance if it were to be used on granite slab. Fully staked down, the Eos is sturdy, and keeps its shape with a little flex. I think this tent will shed water or snow well because of the steep ridge the single pole creates, preventing pooling or weight of snow. The interior dimensions are modest. I am 5' 10' and "sturdy" build, and I can sit up no problem but my head and shoulders do touch the mesh, however it is not enough to touch the fly and transfer condensation. Becoming claustrophobic was a concern, but considering the time spent inside the tent will be minimal (since it is primarily a backpacking tent) it was something I was willing to be flexible with. Once the tent door is open the vestibule creates more interior space as well. Laying down with an inflatable pad, my shoulders have plenty of room and don't touch the walls. I am average height, but a taller person's toes might touch the tent walls. There is also plenty of room alongside my pad for clothes, water bottle, whatever. The vestibule is quite spacious, and provides enough room for a 65L pack and a pair of boots. I really like the design of the fly's fastening system: clips that securely hook to nylon loops in the tent body make it very fast and easy to put on. It also has red tabs that correspond to red tabs on the body, so that it goes on right the first time. Rain-flys seem to get over-engineered, and a simplistic yet strong and easy to use fastening system is refreshing.

        The materials of the tent are strong without adding too much weight, and has a feel of quality and durability. In my opinion a few extra ounces is worth it for the peace of mind that the materials won't be too fragile and tear at the slightest abrasion. The mesh is durable, and provides lots of ventilation. The floor is 40D nylon, a thicker denier than comparable shelters, and although it's not bathtub, it is fully seam taped and the catenary cut keeps it off the ground. The single pole hub design is light, strong, simple to assemble, and only one pole to keep track of is nice. It is also color-coded: the dark end of the pole goes at the foot-end of the tent. The design also creates a good amount of space between the body and the fly, giving great ventilation. The fly is substantial, and not paper thin; the green color is vibrant, but not obnoxious. It has two main guy-out points, as well as a loop on the bottom hem at both the non-entry side and the head of the tent to pull it out from the body and provide more ventilation. With the body fully staked, the main guy-out points aren't necessary, and merely provide extra stability in high-wind situations. This means stakes are only needed for the 4 corners, 1 for the entrance of the fly, and 2 for the bottom guy-outs. Six stakes are included with the tent and are light-weight aluminum shepherd hooks, and weigh only 0.1 oz more than a MSR ground hog, but since I already owned the Groundhogs I went ahead and used them. Included are several sheets of tear repair materials, a length of cord for guy-outs, and two tension adjusters. Folded and rolled into it's stuff sack, it is very compact, although that's not how I personally pack it in my bag.

        While not the lightest tent, it is light weight. The fly, body, and pole comes to 37.4 oz, or 2.33 lbs. Add in 7 MSR Groundhog stakes and the included guy line and it comes to a total of 41.7 oz (2.6 lbs). The included stuff sacks weigh a total of 1.9 oz. I gave it five stars because it is

        Balances price, weight, and durability

        Great Tent!

        • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

        Took this to Big Bend and I loved it! I'm a big guy (6'4) and this tent was cozy but gave me adequate space. I was able to sleep comfortably without having to curl up at all. It is very light and packs down nicely. Super easy and simple to set up. If you're looking for a lightweight backpacking one person tent, this is the one for you!

        Great Tent!

        excellent one person tent!

        • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

        Absolutely love this EOS 1 person tent! It's very lightweight and was easy to fit in/on my 52L pack. It's also easy & quick to set up - I took this out for the first time on a trip with friends & was able to set it up & take it down faster than they did with tents they're familiar with. It held up well to rain & there was no moisture inside in the morning. I'm 5'10" and was concerned about my height but I fit in the tent just fine lengthwise & it's even possible for me to sit in the tent comfortably - I have enough room near my feet to keep my pack inside the tent as well. The size, lightweight nature, simple set up, fun color, & side entrance were all features that sold me on it. I'm excited to keep using it!

        excellent one person tent!

        Great tent on my AT thru hike

          I had a Marmot Eos 1p for my entire thru hike on the Appalachian Trail this year. The tent rules and held up in all weather I encountered. I had a few nights with heavy wind and the tent fluttered and felt unstable but always held up and blocked wind from within the tent. The fly did a great job keeping rain out from above but I would get some pooling in the tent during big rain storms, even with the footprint.
          I had one small tear on the sidewall of the tent after 30-40 nights but the patch kit provided with the tent has held up with the 100 or so nights I have used the tent since patching the tear.
          I'm 5'10 and felt comfortable living in the tent for half a year. I had to slouch a bit when sitting up inside but I had some space above my head or below my feet when lying down.
          I recommend this tent to any average sized person looking for a great, lightweight 1p tent.

          1Person/1Dog

          • Familiarity: I've used it several times

          I love this tent. Super strong single pole setup. Super lightweight and versatile storage options in 3rd party cinch bags make it's packed size much smaller but most importantly is my 5' 9" body, my 35 pound dog & my 70 Liter pack and all fit inside it. Not much room left over after all that but I'm all for necessity and keeping my pack light.

          1Person/1Dog

          Lightweight and easy to use tent

          • Familiarity: I've used it several times

          This is the lightest weight tent that I own. It weighs 2lbs 7oz, but if you leave the fly behind you can get it to 2lbs. It also has a vestibule which is mandatory in my tent selections as well as free standing and has 1 pole that holds up the whole thing.



          Beware, I am 5ft 6in and I can sit up in the tent and have my head wedged into the top of the roof. I'm



          I would reccomend this tent to anyone who needs a lightweight backpacking tent. This will be lighter and more versatile than using a Hammock.

          So light, so easy.

          • Familiarity: I've used it several times

          After my first solo trip with a 3 person tent that didn't feel so great, I decided to splurge on a 1-woman. It's amazingly easy to set up and seems to work well in rain and wind. I took it to Yosemite for 2 nights in May and had pretty consistent rain the whole time but my gear and I stayed dry. The fly really needs to be well staked or tied out to keep the condensation off, but even on granite I managed to make it work well with the guylines. And it's pretty roomy for a 1-person... Well a 1-(short)person. At 5'4 I have a lot of extra room to spread out and I can sit up fairly comfortably without really rubbing on the ceiling. Planning to use it this summer on JMT!



          Great steal for the price!

          So light, so easy.

          Why isn't this tent more popular?

          • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

          Could not be more pleased with this tent. I spent about two months backpacking with it over the western US (Sierra Nevada, Southern Utah, Wyoming, RMNP). I'm 5'11'' 165lb and always felt comfortable inside the tent; it probably would fit someone a bit taller. Everything seems well designed and pretty durable on the tent. My favorite features are the side entry door and the vestibule which I always found large enough to fit my 60L Osprey pack. With the fly opening on the side it is also really easy to adjust the ventilation without having to leave the tent. I put it through some rainy and windy nights without any stability issues. I only had moisture inside the tent once when the rain was blowing in nearly sideways under the fly and splashing up on the mesh. To sum it up I would definitely buy this tent again and personally think the design is superior many of the other 1-person tents on the market.

          Why isn't this tent more popular?

          Comfy and durable

          • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

          I've used this tent primarily 7-10 thousand feet. It is a comfy refuge from bugs day and night, and I've been through windstorms, duststorms, and rainstorms in it and done well. The dust storm did get some dust inside though:P I'm 5'7 and there's room for me, my sleeping bag and pad, a duffle or pillow, and a bit of space left at the botom for more gear. My osprey kestrel 48 stuffs just barely under the fly to the entrance, but it's enough to keep it dry. The set up is really fast and easy as well, but if it's really windy you many need to partially stake it down to get it up.

          The stakes seemed pretty durable. I would buy this tent, or another marmot tent again in a heartbeat.

          How's the door opening? Looks like it could be a little awkward.

          How is this tent in rain and wind?

          I have the tent there 3 years. When i open the fly cover , 4 months alter my last trip, the inner side was sticking. I'm afraid that it lost the waterproof. What is the best way to waterproof the tent's fly? Thank You. PS I live in Brasil and unfortunately se don't have a Marmot dealer here.

          how does this fast pitch (setup w/o body) if you have to clip the fly to the body?

          I am 5'11. I was wondering if my head is going to be wedged in the top of the tent and have the fabric touching the sides of my head while sitting up?

          I'm just under 6'2". Anyone my height have this or use it? I'd love to know if it's long enough to not have my feet touching the wall.