That’s right, no poles! Originally designed for extreme mountaineering, this innovative 2-person, all-weather tent features two incredibly strong inflatable airbeams enclosed in puncture-resistant sailcloth shells that can withstand twice as much force as standard aluminum poles. Even if the airbeams get bent all the way to the ground, they simply spring back into shape. A broken pole is usually a tent’s death sentence. In the rare event that you somehow accidentally damage one of the airbeams, no problem… they’re inexpensive and easy to replace. Plus, no poles means less to worry about misplacing or damaging. With remarkable strength, easy setup, and beautiful simplicity, this shelter can handle it all: vicious downpours, high winds, and early season snow. It’s durable, packs tight for extended trips, and takes 45 seconds or less to set up. Stays virtually condensation-free, thanks to waterproof/breathable fabric and vents. At 39 square feet when erected, the outer fly provides an additional 14 square feet of vestibule space. Nasty weather? Simply close all the doors for impervious storm protection. Dual front doors for individual entry/ exit options. Rear scoop further aids ventilation, even when all doors are closed, and the scalloped tail helps keep body taut. Included foot pump collapses flat as a pancake. Stores inside a dry bag style stuff sack. Repair kit included. Sleeps two. Yellow. 8’8"×5'4"×3'6". Packed size 7"×11", 4 lbs. 3 oz. Tent (2 Person)
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- slow pump (er)Review by Robert
- Foot/hand pump is slow & requires sweat effort in high humidity. Makes me wonder if external poles wouldn't be easier & quicker. Maybe an adapter that would fit my 12 V. air matress pump? I've just set it up in my living room so far, using chairs for ballast, but it looks to be excellent quality. (Posted on 9/13/15)