|Size||Fly + Inner tent|
|Product Dimensions||259.84 x 119.89 x 104.14 cm|
GEERTOP Ultralight 1 Person Backpacking Tent 4 Season Outdoor Waterproof Single Tent for Camping, Hiking, Climbing, Backpack Travel (Exclude Trekking Poles)
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- ➤ULTRALIGHT & PORTABLE: All packed away the tent weighs only 2.2 lbs./1 kg make it perfect for throwing in a backpack. No occupy much space, fit for the hiker, lighten the load.
- ➤EASY ASSEMBLY: The tent can be easily set up by one person with 2 trekking poles (no included), fixing the pegs in the right place to form a basic structure and adjusting the guy lines to better frame the tent. Keep the light gear make a relax mood. This tent is greatest partner for your traveling.
- ➤MORE BREATHABLE: Design with 2 doors, 1 skylight, allow for greater airflow throughout the tent, keep the air fresh, you will not be bothered by stuffiness. there is enough space for one person, like sleeping, reading, eating or changing clothes.
- ➤WATERPROOF AND DURABLE: Rainfly part is made from 20D Nylon cloth with 3000 mm waterproof silicon coating while the Bottom part is 40D Nylon with 5000 mm waterproof PU coating, which means it’s not only ultralight, but also waterproof.
- ➤WHAT YOU WILL GET: What you will get is very different when you choose different variation ("Fly", "Fly + Inner tent", "Inner tent"). Please read product description carefully. Please note that all options do not include poles.
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Ultralight 1 Person 4 Season Backpacking Tent
Experience the Journey!
This camping tent for 1 person 4 season use, high quality waterproof and windproof coated polyester material, allow you to keep safe in the tent even in the bad weather, you will not worry about the snow or rain. Large space is enough for 1 person sleeping, reading and changing clothes here. Quite easy to set up, it is best for traveling by such a light weight.
Rainfly: 20D PU3000mm waterproof silicon coated nylon, tape sealed and double stitched at the seams
Inner tent: 20D 360T nylon woven fabric with B3 high density fine breathable mesh
Tent Floor: 40D PU5000MM Silicon Coating Nylon
Stakes: aluminum alloy
- Waterproof for 4 Season
- Lightweight and portable
- Double layers
- Easy set up pole tent
- Good for Single man, backpacker
Excellent Tent Details
Breathable & 4 Seasons Use
Two doors ensure the air circulation and easy entry; This tent design for single person 4 season use, high quality waterproof and windproof coated polyester material, allow you to keep safe in the tent even in the bad weather
Lightweight & Stable
4 Inner corner rods offer more stable for the tent; and can prevent the water infiltrate into the tent well
Enough Space for you
Offer space between the Flysheet & Inner Tent, convenient to store your stuff, luggage; Large space is enough for 1 person sleeping, reading and changing clothes here
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So far the tent has performed well. I have used it in temperatures as low as 4C and it has been comfortable. I suspect it will cope with lower temperatures but I no longer do overnight hikes in low temperatures. The tent also copes well with rain, and despite some heavy on occasions I have seen no sign of it penetrating the rainfly. It also copes with wind.
Setting the tent up is relatively straightforward. In good light I would allow 10-15 minutes to set it up. Getting it down and back into the bag is a bit tricky, it is a very snug and you need to make sure that you tightly role everything.
Any downsides, other than being tricky to get back into the bag none so far. I am planning to use the tent for a trip to the Outer Hebrides later in the year, when I will be spending 14 nights under canvas. I will update my review once I return from this trip.
- I had no problem with rain or condensation
- held up really well (for 2 month of being used every day) but the zippers didn’t hold up as well one of them broke half way through
- no rips or tears
- packs really well easily fit back in to the stuff sack
- dried quickly
- it takes a bit of adjustment to set it up just right but it’s easy to set it up well enough to sleep in
- very light weight
- my biggest complaint would be that it’s very small! My pack wouldn’t fit in it with me without it being cramped but I could put it between the inner and outer tent inside a contractor bag
A side note if your going through rocky terrain might want to avoid this type of tent because you do have to stake it out for it to stand
As a rookie mistake, during my very first use of the tent, I set it up in what became the only standing water in a large campground. I can verify that the floor of the inner tent is watertight. (I started keeping my backpack inside after this incident, which is why I noted above where to place it.)
Some minor-complaints: 1) With the pyramid shape, I can only sit up when sitting in the middle of the tent. If I simply sit up was if from my sleeping position, this will not be the case. 2) There is a zipper pouch inside the inner tent, presumably to store valuables, but as I like to sleep with my head on the zipper side of the inner tent, that pouch is at my feet, and I am not nearly flexible enough to reach it. 3) One of my friends who camps a lot is suspicious about the sturdiness of the zippers, but until they fail, I can't fault them.
I would caution people against winter use though. Experienced some freezing rain/snowfall and the outer fly zipper froze solid, cracked, and split. Unfortunately it is beyond my ability to repair.
The "teepee" design is just okay in my opinion. Having the height of the tent in the middle was not bad when sitting in the middle taking your shoes on or off and when small light, hanging on the clip provided at apex, lights up everything nicely. But, my head and feet were just about touching the top of the tent while I slept which was not a hung deal to be honest. The limited space around the head also made it hard to read or jot down notes at night which is something I usually do while backpacking.
For a 1p tent I was able to fit my backpack. It might also fit a second person, possibly two kids or two skinny adults. I'm impressed with it so far.