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Black Diamond Distance Tent: 2-Person 3-Season + Adapter

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Distance Tent with Adapter

The Black Diamond Distance Tent with Adapter weighs less than two pounds and packs smaller than a water bottles so ultralight backpackers and minimalist thru-hikers can take it anywhere. This 2-person, 3-season tent's nonfreestanding design includes a DAC pole that adapts to accommodate Black Diamond's trekking poles for a simple setup, even in windy conditions. While packable and ultralight, the high-tenacity fabric boasts improved strength that doesn't stretch when it gets wet. There are vents at the peak and foot to cross-ventilate and amplify airflow. Black Diamond reinforced the guylines with Dyneema to ensure long-lasting durability.

  • Ultralight, single-wall shelter for weight conscious trekkers
  • Integrates with trekking poles for a quick and easy set-up
  • Light construction allows tent to pack to size of water bottle
  • High tenacity fabric is durable and doesn't stretch when wet
  • Vents and peak and foot area allow cross ventilation for comfort
  • Tension-adjustable stake-out points keep tent taught in the wind
  • Headlamp pocket in peak allows illumination on dark nights
  • Connecting adapter included, trekking poles sold separately
  • Item #BLDZ94F

Material
30D polyester
Capacity
2-person
Season
3-season
Wall Type
single-wall
Poles
2 trekking poles, DAC cross pole
Number of Doors
1
Ventilation
peak and foot, mesh door
Gear Loft
headlamp pocket
Interior Height
41in
Floor Dimensions
58 x 95in
Floor Space
26sq ft
Packed Size
5 x 12in
Trail Weight
1lb 8oz
Packed Weight
1lb 9oz
Recommended Use
backpacking, ultralight backpacking
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year

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Has anyone used this with non-BD poles? The adapter seems like it should work...