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You have three favorite seasons.
- Fly and floor are made from nylon ripstop with 1200mm PU coating to protect you from wet ground and rain
- Tent body is made from polyester mesh for optimal breathability, ventilation, and star-gazing
- Seams are fully taped with waterproof, solvent-free polyurethane to keep out leaks and cold drafts
- Light, strong, and durable DAC NSL pole system feature press fit connectors and lightweight hubs for a sound structure
- Single door and vestibule with storm flaps on zipper provide easy and secure entrance-exit
- Designed to sleeps a single person comfortably; no more hauling unneeded capacity up the mountainside
- Super-light 2lb 15oz trail weight will keep you light on your feet
- Fast-fly setup and footprint sold separately
- Plastic clips attach tent to pole frame for quick, easy assembly
- Lightweight aluminum hook stakes (8) keep your home-away-from-home anchored
- Reflective guyline and webbing on tent corners for easy setup in the dark
- Three interior mesh pockets and gear loft (sold separately) loops hold essentials
- Item #BAG3030
- Q & A
home away from home
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
I love this tent!! It is super light and very easy/fast to put up. I comfortably lived in this tent for 6 straight weeks and it still works great. I like that the majority of the tent material is mesh so it breathes well especially down at the feet and with the rainfly on I am totally protected from the elements. I am 5'3" and have plenty of room in the tent with me. I can usually fit a day pack inside with me with a larger pack outside under the rainfly if that's how I am camping. However, if you are a tall person this tent might be a pain to get in and out of because the door is pretty low to the ground. I can sit up in it just fine though once I am in it. The rainfly is kind of hard to pull tight over the roof of the tent so when it's raining pretty heavy it droops down and come in contact with the mesh tent making things a little moist in there. I've also found that the rainfly tends to pull that top perpendicular pole towards the ground when it's all staked out making the tent just a little lopsided. Despite those minor complaints I have never gotten wet inside this tent. Overall this tent is awesome!!