A super lightweight, surprisingly spacious shelter for three backpackers or cyclists. Even paddlers should find it sleeps them in the style to which they are accustomed. The wedge-shaped design with upper crosspole provides generous headroom and supports double doors and twin vestibules. Windows at either end allow early morning sky surveillance to see if it's time to start or to sleep in.
Many ultralight shelters use very light fabrics throughout, including the floors. However, the waterproofness of these floors may abrade away long before the rest of the tent wears out. The Apollo floor is slightly heavier, but significantly more durably waterproofed. The fly is sexy, superlight, silicone-treated nylon. In sum, the fabrics are strong where strength belongs, and light where that's right.
- Made in Vietnam, fabrics from Taiwan frame from Korea.
The number of average sized people that the product can comfortably sleep.
|Canopy fabric||40-denier nylon ripstop|
|Canopy mesh||Nylon mesh|
|Floor fabric||70-denier HT-Seal + nylon|
The standard test for coated fabrics uses a standing pipe (column) filled with water. The figures given are the water column height. A 1000mm coating allowed no leaks after 1 minute under 1000mm of water.
|Fly fabric||30-denier nylon ripstop|
|Fly coating||Silicone and polyurethane|
The standard test for coated fabrics uses a standing column (a pipe) filled with water. The figures given are the column height. A 1000mm coating allowed no leaks after 1 minute under 1000mm of water.
|Pole||DAC Featherlite NSL 7001 T6 aluminum|
A measurement based on the longest point of the tent.
A measurement based on the widest points of the tent.
Square metre measurement of a tent’s usable space. Does not include vestibules.
|Interior peak height||1.17m|
Includes just the tent, poles, and the fewest pegs and guylines needed to properly set it up.
Includes the full tent with its stuff sack, repair swatches, and all the guylines and pegs.
These tents can be set up without stakes or pegs on any type of ground. All tents should be anchored or weighted, so they don't blow away.