Why We Like The Samaya Samaya2.0 Tent
The Samaya2.0 is a true featherweight mountaineering tent, thanks to its premium materials and single-wall construction. This 4-season tent features 43g Dyneema Composite on the floor and 34g Dyneema on the removable roof for an extremely lightweight and abrasion-resistant build. The walls feature a 3-layer Nanovent membrane, which is highly breathable (40,000 g/m²) and waterproof (10,000mm) to keep out rain and snow while transmitting evaporated moisture from inside the tent to the outside air. The tent also features a zippered vent for increased airflow and reflective guylines to secure the tent in storms and windy alpine conditions. The Samaya2.0 packs down into an 8X6 pouch with a trail weight under 3 pounds.
- The smallest Samaya tent in the ALPINE range
- 2-person capacity for mountaineering or backpacking
- Dyneema is extremely lightweight and durable
- 3-layer Nanovent is highly breathable and waterproof
- Fully seam sealed for weather-proofing
- Pocket on ceiling (removable) and wall
- Samaya Vestibule2.0 and Footprint2.0 sold separately
- Includes removable screen and repair kit
- Item #SYA000M
- [floor, roof] Dyneema Composite, [face fabric] Nanovent (3-layer)
- Wall Type
- 3 DAC Featherlite (aluminum)
- Pole Attachment
- Number of Doors
- Number of Vestibules
- sold separately
- Vestibule Space
- window, YKK zip
- Interior Height
- Floor Dimensions
- 43 x 87in
- Floor Space
- 26.9sq ft
- Packed Size
- 8 x 6in
- Footprint Included
- Trail Weight
- 2lb 15.3oz
- Packed Weight
- 3lb 5oz
- mountaineering, backpacking
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October 15, 2023
Typical condensation issues
- I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
- 5' 6"
We tested it on a 3 day fall trip. Like any single walled tent, there were condensation issues. Ventilation is okay, but we worried it would get pretty miserable in a storm, especially since the tent is small and you can't sit up without touching the walls. There's a vestibule addon you can get, but then the setup is heavier than the Samaya2.5, which seems like it might be a better bet? Would probably work great as a solo winter tent.
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