Code: WINTER20

Description

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

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5 5

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.

5 5

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.
5 5

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?
5 5

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.