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A one-man fortress that's just as reliable as shelters twice its size.

Even if you're a weight-shaving ultralight-adventure addict, you'll find space for the Sea to Summit 3-Season 1-Person Specialist Solo Tent. After all, this tent packs down to the size of a water bottle. Although it was designed with minimalist appeal, there's still enough room inside to sit up, and just outside the door there's a small vestibule for your pack and boots. At a feathery 625 grams, this fully-enclosed shelter houses cyclists, backpackers, and sea-kayakers from the elements without sacrificing weather protection.

  • Pertex Endurance fabric is ultralight, breathable for comfort, and fully waterproof for supreme weather protection
  • Double stitching and bar tacking offer extra durability at stress points
  • Mesh-panel doors offer plenty of ventilation and protect against bugs
  • Reflective guy lines keep you from tripping over your tent in the dead of night
  • Shelter can be erected with only trekking poles and natural anchors, eliminating the need for poles and shaving the weight down to 445 grams
  • Other details include internal storage pocket, fully seam-sealed construction for waterproofing, ultralight aluminum poles for less weight without sacrificing overall structural strength

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The dimensions at the feet are listed at 11" wide. Is this a problem for sleeping pads? I'm 6 ft tall.


Since this is 7' long, with it tapering down to 11" at the foot, you should have an issue since there would be some space down there for extra items.

Shoot me an email anytime you have questions!

Jared D.

Expert Gearhead



Bivy killer -wind boss

  • Familiarity:I've used it several times

First time using it I pitched on a windy ridge broadside to the wind at 11,000 ft. Despite gusts hitting me broadside all night, it held up.

The next trip was windless and cold - no condensation. Pitching is easy and it is far sturdier than it looks.

One weak point is that the poles sit on a reinforced patch on the tent floor. They can slip off and poke a hole in the floor if pitched on hard rock. On dirt they divit in the ground and stay there. I might glue some o rings on the patches to corral the poles but that would add two grams....

Bivy killer -wind boss