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Salewa Litetrek Pro III Tent: 3-Person 3-Season

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    Lighter is righter.

    You might be wondering what's the difference between Salewa's Litetrek Pro III Tent and its non-professional sibling. It looks the same, and actually has the exact same dimensions and features. The difference is about a pound in weight, which means the world to more minimalist-minded backpackers tackling tougher, longer terrain. Despite being lighter, the Litetrek Pro still holds its own in winds as harsh as ninety kilometers an hour (tested by the Technical University of Munich). Other features unique to Salewa's new tents include a vestibule that expands and detracts for more or less gear storage, and different door openings allow you to open or close the door's entire wall for versatile ventilation in less-windy and more sunny conditions.
    • Salewa's backpacking tent made lighter for gram-counting trekkers
    • Fly and floor made to withstand harsh winds and wet weather
    • Durable canopy with mesh inserts for an abundance of airflow
    • Different door opening options for versatile ventilation
    • Freestanding construction includes poles, stakes, and guy lines
    • Item #SFW0058

    Tech Specs

    [fly] 20D nylon ripstop (3000mm) [floor] 40D nylon ripstop, PU coating (10,000mm) [canopy] 20D nylon ripstop, mesh
    Wall Type
    3, 7001 T6 ultralight aluminum
    Pole Attachment
    clips, grommets
    Number of Doors
    Number of Vestibules
    Vestibule Space
    7.9sq ft
    mesh panels
    Interior Height
    3ft 6in
    Floor Dimensions
    83 x 65in
    Floor Space
    40.25sq ft
    Packed Size
    16 x 8in
    Packed Weight
    4lb 10oz
    Recommended Use
    camping, backpacking
    Manufacturer Warranty
    2 years

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

    The review below is for the 2-person version, but they are the same except for the size. The three person version would be great for a fast-moving party of 3, but also great for 2 people needing extra space for gear or a dog.

    I had the privilege of using this tent for the first time last weekend. I was excited to get my hands on it, given its unique features , and let's be honest great aesthetics. I was not disappointed. It sets up incredibly fast and is a taught free stander. Once I figured out the guy system (actually super simple when you know what to do) this tent is rock-solid. This tent is very storm-worthy-lab tested up to 55mph winds I would not hesitate to take this tent into the high alpine and depend on it. I definitely falls into a 3 season convertible tent--pushing 4 season weather resistance at an incredibly light weight.

    So the tent can shine as an extreme weather shelter, but I think its greatest strength is its versatility. The entire interior can be removed by unclipping about 20 micro-buckles, leaving you with an extremely fast, light, and strong shelter. I opted to take the tent in this mode to save the 1.5lbs of interior and use a Tyvek ground sheet. The tent is low enough to the ground that we did not have bug problems and slept with the rear vent open and door cracked---no condensation issues.

    The tent is also extremely spacious for a 2-person shelter (which is what you want in the alpine). We were both able to sit fully upright in the tent and deflate/roll-up our sleeping pads at the same time, due to the steep walls and generous footprint. Also the front door can double as a floor mat, or mess station. My only complaint is that the pockets of the tent are located on the fly inside the vestibule--this was actually really nice using it without the interior, but I could imagine it could leave something to be desired when trying to organize two people personal items while using the interior of the tent.

    Salewa hit it out of the park with this tent. I don't think there is a tent on the market that offers the same levels of innovation, security, low-weight and flexibility.

    So Rad!