Description

Your new roving home on this blue-green paradise.

Your wandering feet lead you to some blissfully beautiful and remote places on the globe, and the three-season Stoic Arx SL3 Tent provides a comfortable place to spend the night once you reach that red canyon bottom, beach campsite, or mountain meadow. The wildflower-speckled campsite feels like home when you pitch this reliable, double-walled dome and bed down with two other backpacking companions. Its generous floor plan, two doors, and two vestibules accommodate three while sheltering the party from passing spring and summer storms and expelling mugginess during the hot heart of summer.
  • All the tent's seams are taped to eliminate rain penetration during spring and summer storms
  • Durable nylon ripstop fly and nylon floor repel moisture and withstand abuse during long treks
  • Simple dome design uses two pre-curved Yunan ultralight aluminum poles, one carbon fly brow pole (to save weight), and clips that are easy to assemble day or night, rain or shine
  • Two doors and two vestibules give backpackers easy exits during nighttime bathroom breaks, as well as provide protection for packs and boots
  • Lots of floor space and a 43-inch ceiling provides comfort during long storms
  • Breathable mesh walls and two fly vents expel interior condensation during muggy summer nights
  • Guy loops let you tie down the tent during high winds
  • Vestibule can be closed completely with a zipper but one side also rolls up to use the space as a shaded porch
  • When split between two or three backpackers, the 5lb trail weight doesn't feel like much during multi-day trips
  • With its included stuff sack, the tent packs down to 18.5 x 7.25in so you can easily attach it to your pack

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I broke the main fly pole, where can I get...

I broke the main fly pole, where can I get a replacement?

Responded on

Hey Sterling,

If there are any poles available we would probably need to handle that through warranty. It's probably best to call in so that we can best figure out the best route of action.

I bought this tent awhile back, but when...

I bought this tent awhile back, but when I finally got down to using it the other night, it had a bit of a problem. There was light wind and steady rain fall for about 3hrs when I noticed water was saturating the top "brow pole" gromets and then dripping down onto the mesh doors and into the tent. Has anyone else recognized and addressed this issue?

Responded on

Yes, this is a common issue with the Arx series but is easily remedied. There's a lot of stitching in that area that allows water to wick past the fly, so some silicone seam sealer (SIl-Net or similar) works great. I applied it to the area around the grommet attachment points and it worked perfectly - totally leak-free.

3 5

Great features, Was just too short.

  • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it

It was a nice tent. It had a lot of great features like the vents on top, the included gear loft, the fact that the floor seams don't rest on the ground, the large vestibules (which you would need because of the small amount of room inside). I set the tent up in my yard one afternoon to try it out and it was just too short for me. When I was laying on my pad either my feet or my head was touching the side of the tent. I feel like this is because of the way they cut the floor to keep the seams off the ground. Could fit three people in it side by side... but all gear would have to be outside in the vestibules. One other note. The poles are color coded and need to go the right way. Make sure you match the black end of the pole with the black webbing and the red end with the red webbing. Good product, I would have been happy with it... if i could have fit

Responded on

I'm 6' and I have the same issue. The floor dimension given is not actually the floor dimension. It is the dimension of fabric that makes up the floor but also the bottom part of the sidewalls that make up the bathtub style floor to keep the seems off of the ground.
The actual floor dimension length wise is approx 70 inches.

5 5

great camping tent

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

this tent is super light, and is a great tent for those who do backpacking, packs down down very small, easy to put up and down.

5 5

Amazing tent for the price

The build quality is as good as they come. Haven't had a chance to use it in nasty weather yet, but can't go wrong with a 3 man 5lb tent. PS if you are over six foot the 3 man part is unrealistic. Packs up easy too plenty of room in the bag. Two compression straps make it easy to clip to the pack.

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Anyone know the floor waterproof rating...

Anyone know the floor waterproof rating (in mm)?

Will the footprint come available ...

Will the footprint come available again??

Responded on

we currently have the footprint in stock, item #SIC0258.

4 5

Roomy tent; seems short

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

Description says tent is ~7' in length, but my 6'2"companion had to sleep diagonally in order to stretch out.

Lots of head room. Very spacious (with the exception of the length issue). Love the dual doors.

Easy to assemble even for first-time tent owners, although it doesn't come with instructions.