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Low weight and a super-small package make this tent ideal for 3-season cycling, hiking and paddling trips—and it's comfortable for those up to 6 ft. 6 in.!

  • Features

    • Rainfly features an integral vestibule to provide gear storage out of the weather; made from lightweight polyurethane-/silicone-coated ripstop nylon
    • This solo tent features strong, lightweight DAC Featherlite® NSL poles which use an anodization process that is easier on the environment than conventional methods
    • Non-rotating elbow connectors strengthen the tent without adding weight; H-Clips™ at elbow connectors make easy work of attaching the tent body
    • Ultralight Clips™ and color-coded main door/rainfly speed the setup process as well
    • DAC Jake's Feet™ at tent corners allow easy attachment of poles, fly and footprint (sold separately) and offer a secure connection; release them with a simple twist
    • SuperSeal Floor™ combines the benefits of catenary and bathtub floors; raised side seams use PVC-free seam tape for complete waterproofness
    • No-see-um mesh canopy walls allow good ventilation, preventing interior condensation
    • Comes with stakes, guylines and stuff sacks
    • Average minimum weight specification is based on tent, rainfly and poles only


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  • Technical Specs

    Best Use




    Sleeping Capacity


    Fly / Footprint Pitch Weight

    Not applicable

    Packed Size

    4 x 19 inches

    Floor Dimensions

    113 x 44 inches

    Floor Area

    20 square feet

    Vestibule Area

    3 square feet

    Peak Height

    38 inches

    Number of Doors

    1 door

    Number of Poles


    Pole Material

    Aluminum DAC Featherlite NSL

    Pole Diameter

    8.5 millimeters

    Canopy Fabric

    Nylon taffeta

    Floor Fabric

    Coated nylon taffeta

    Rainfly Fabric

    Coated ripstop nylon

    Footprint Included


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