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From long weekends in the backcountry to multi-week thru-hikes, rely on the Marmot Eos 1P Tent when you need to rest your bones after a long day on the trail. This lightweight and sturdy shelter offers enough space for you and all your gear. The interior is roomy enough for you to sit up in and read while you wait out a storm, and the vestibule offers a place to stash muddy boots and other gear that you don't want mucking up your tent. When you want to go minimalist, the Bare Bones setup option allows you to set up the fly and poles with the optional footprint (sold separately) when weight and space are at a premium.
- Lightweight, sturdy shelter with plenty of room for one
- Freestanding design with one door and one vestibule
- No-see-um mesh canopy is ultralight and breathable
- Bare Bones setup offers minimalist option
- Color-coded clips and poles for easy set up
- Light-reflective points prevent middle-of-the-night incidents
- Seam-taped floor and waterproof fly protect against wet weather
- Interior pockets organize small gear
- Item #MAR013Z
- Q & A
Great 1p tent
This is a great option for solo backpackers looking to lighten up, but who are not fully committed to going ultralight with a trekking pole + tarp setup. At <2.5 pounds packed weight, this could very well be the lightest, free-standing 1p tent made by a major manufacturer on the market currently. It reminds me a lot of my old Hubba Hubba in ease of setup (takes 2-3 mins), but it lacks the headroom of the 1 person Hubba, as there is no cross bar running along the top. There's enough room for me, my gear (most of it in the vestibule), and even my australian cattle dog we he gets to come along, though it admittedly a tight fit with him in there. That being said, I try to only spend time sleeping in it, as there isn't much head room sitting up. But it gets the job done. I've used it for 4 years, weathering hail and rain storms when bagging high points out West and it's still going strong!
Perfect 1-person lightweight, low cost
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
First - I don't have a lot of experience with these, so I can't compare much. That said, for what I needed, this tent is great! It's light, was less expensive than nearly every other tent in this category, was lighter than some of the more expensive ones, etc. It's SUPER easy to setup and use (takes less than 5 minutes to set up - let the poles snap together, plug two (color coded) pole ends into one end of the tent, two into the other, and hook the tent to the main arch, throw on the fly if you like). I used it on a bike-packing trip, so both weight and size were key, and it was excellent. I also like the vestibule that the fly creates.
Also, the fly is fast and easy enough to put on that I slept without it until 5:30a, so I could see the stars (Perseid meteror shower was happening), then at 5:30am when the sun was coming up (and it'd dropped to 33F :) I hopped out, threw the fly on, and went back to sleep.
Note, sleeping bag in the photo is a "long" length one, and I'm 6'2", fit fine (probably above 6'4" and it'd be iffy).
Marmot tent EOS 1p, packed size 21.5x6 inches, please be comfirmed.
On Marmot hompage, 18.5x6 inches.
And fabric also different that fly material is polyester 20D on homepage.
Will you inform of?