If you're a cyclist, paddler or don't carry trekking poles, you may wish to consider using our aluminum poles to support your shelter. This lightweight aluminum pole is custom made and designed to be used as your primary tent pole for our Tents, Tarps and NetTents. Some shelters require two poles for setup; be sure to review the setup before purchasing.
If you're a cyclist, paddler or don't carry trekking poles, you may wish to consider using our carbon fiber poles to support your shelter. These poles are extremely strong1. They are stronger than aluminum yet weigh less. Custom made by Easton Mountain Products, these Carbon Fiber poles will not shatter even in the strongest winds. The 5 section poles pack down even smaller than the original carbon fiber Easton poles with 11" sections. Some shelters require two poles for setup; be sure to review the setup before purchasing such as the Skyscape Scout
The peak of the tent has been shifted forward towards the head of the tent. This means when you sit up, you're correctly positioned at the peak of the tent. In a reclined position the netting is kept well off your face. The 44" (112 cm) width of the peak easily allows two people to sit up and do chores in comfort. Dual doors allow each person has their own exit. No more crawling over your partner in the dark of night. Unlike most net tents that slope directly from the peak to the floor. The Haven NetTent has vertical walls at either end which raises the netting off your face and feet, allows for a smaller footprint and more usable interior space. The Haven NetTent easily clips into the Haven Tarp after the tarp has been set up. Setting up the tent in the rain is a simple matter of setting up the tarp, crawling in, then unfolding and hanging the Haven NetTent. This keeps the Haven NetTent dry. When taking down the tent in the rain, simply reverse the process. Store the Haven NetTent in your pack to keep it dry and place the Haven Tarp in an outside pocket of your pack. NOTES: 1. Weight does not include stakes or pole. 2. Support poles sold separately.
The apex is offset slightly toward the head of the tent. This creates steeper walls at the head raising the canopy further from your face and sets the peak to the more natural position when sitting. The Haven can be set up using your trekking poles or our optional carbon fiber poles. Dual tabs on either side of the canopy allow the Haven Tarp to be hung from a line between two trees, eliminating the need for poles. The Haven is designed to be mated with the Haven NetTent. Together they form a luxurious sized double-wall shelter at a mere 32 ounces (.9 k). Most tarp / NetTent combos on the market today require the NetTent to be set up first, followed by the tarp. Typically the poles are placed inside of the NetTent, making them easy to bump into during the middle of the night. This kind of setup makes it impossible to keep your NetTent dry when setting up or taking down your shelter in the rain. The Haven / NetTent combo is designed so that the NetTent hangs from the tarp. This configuration allows the tarp to be set up first or taken down last under rainy conditions. Your NetTent will remain dry and safely secure in your pack. NOTES: 1. Weight does not include stakes or pole. 2. Support poles sold separately.
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The double-walled Carbon Reflex™ 1 tent offers the full protection, durability and simple setup of a tent while weighing as little as a tarp, and it packs down incredibly small, almost to water-bottle size. Carbon fiber poles, lightweight fabrics and a zipper-free vestibule make it ideal for ultralight backpacking at .66 kg (1 lb 7 oz), and its spacious interior and full-featured livability enhance any 3-season adventure you’re ready to take on—from bike touring through Central America to minimalist weekends. Sturdy and livable, the non-freestanding Carbon Reflex™ 1 tent proves our philosophy that traveling ultralight doesn't mean sacrificing the other qualities you care about.
MSR is proud to offer the lightest full-strength tent stake on the market – less than 6 grams per stake. The Carbon-Core™ tent stake uses a carbon fiber core for strength and rigidity, and an aluminum covering for durability. Sold as a kit of four tent stakes.
One of the most popular stakes ever, the Groundhog™ tent stake's Y-beam design penetrates and holds in a wide range of soil conditions. Constructed from 7000-series aluminum, this stake is light, strong and rugged. A reflective pull loop allows for easy removal. Sold as a kit of six tent stakes.
The Lunar Solo's distinctive low hexagonal shape easily spills the wind no matter the direction. Short, steeply sloped sides, handle snow or high winds with ease. A generous canopy covers a 26 sq. ft. sleeping area plus 8.5 sq. ft. of vestibule storage. The 49" peak height, set in the middle of the tent maximizes room for sitting and taking care of chores. The sleeping area is a surrounded 6-inch deep bathtub floor, topped by 6 inches of mesh. This ensures excellent ventilation while keeping you separated from low canopy walls. This keeps you drier on those occasions when condensation forms on the canopy. The vestibule is set on the long side of the tent to maximize views and ventilation when fully open. Close it and you've got phenomenal protection from the worst storms. Like all our shelters it is designed to be pitched with adjustable trekking poles or with our fixed length aluminum or carbon fiber poles (sold separately).
The Skyscape Scout is the most affordable, lightweight tent on the market, so you can lighten your load on any budget. You can just about go broke investing in ultralight gear. That’s why we designed the Skyscape Scout because everyone deserves to be able to explore the great outdoors in lightweight comfort. Modeled after the popular Skyscape Trekker, the Scout has the same design with a more cost-effective 190T Polyester fabric. *To completely repel water, shelters need to have sealer applied to the seams before use. 40 oz – 1134 g Solo Backpacking Tent – Hybrid Double Walled – Uses Two 45” Poles
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