3f UL Gear tent

Rog Tallbloke

Thru Hiker
There are two tents in that ad. 1man looks smd deschutes style. 2man looks z-packs duplex style. 845g and 1155g

210cm inner length ok for up to 6' peoples, no good for tallies.
 

HillBelly

Section Hiker
I think the youtube vid I posted in the Phreeranger thread shows both the Taga tent and this 3F 1 man tent, if you want a further idea of it.
 

el manana

Thru Hiker
"The use of single-tower design, outdoor camping encounter heavy rain or Blizzard weather, do not worry about the roof will appear cumulonimbus or snow situation, the tent four corners have adjustable elastic fastener"

You can quibble all you want, for me, the narrative won me over....
 

Anders Nielsen

Day Walker
I bought the two person version and just pitched it for the first time in my garden. I am about 190 cm tall and I think that I can actually fit inside without getting my sleeping bag wet by condensation on the fly sheet. I believe the quality of fabrics and sevings might be comparable with other more expensive tents I own(Helsport & Vaude).
 

Anders Nielsen

Day Walker
@slovhike I will try to find the time to pitch it again later this week.

Here you go...a quick but rather sloppy pitch.
https://imgur.com/gallery/Kj7JX

I used trekking poles set to 120cm. Next time I will try them 5 cm shorter for comparisons since I belive the canopies will be more of the same shape as the sellers photos showed.

Still no other surprises than how thin the fabric actually is....and how easy it was to repeat the process setting up the tent.

Instead of the alu pegs the tent came with I used tito nails since they are easier to clean. I used 6 in the pictures.
 

el manana

Thru Hiker
Here you go...a quick but rather sloppy pitch.
https://imgur.com/gallery/Kj7JX

I used trekking poles set to 120cm. Next time I will try them 5 cm shorter for comparisons since I belive the canopies will be more of the same shape as the sellers photos showed.

Still no other surprises than how thin the fabric actually is....and how easy it was to repeat the process setting up the tent.

Instead of the alu pegs the tent came with I used tito nails since they are easier to clean. I used 6 in the pictures.

Really like that, looks good value. Thanks for posting :)
 

JKM

Thru Hiker
I rather like the 2 man version. Looks very handy.

Must resist....








Since this will probably go the way of the Asta mid and Faux-Star with a flurry of initial interest followed by a rash of second hand sales, can I put my name down for a discounted 2nd hand one please ;)

Preference for a light grey one in "only erected once in my back garden" condition please :whistling:
 

FOX160

Thru Hiker
I like your next doors Neighbours house/shed complete with a proper front door and letter box.

All looks very good indeed. Have you tried it in the Wind?
 

slovhike

Thru Hiker
@Anders Nielsen thanks for the pics...So is inner attachet to the fly or you need to pitch inner first add a fly later?
What are the weights and packing size once inside the stuff sack...compared to say 1L nalgene bottle?

Love to yellow colour but its bee catching:)
 

the wizard

Summit Camper
A width of 95cm in the centre looks wider than the specs, does anyone know if the T-doors-design-strut-corner-Ultra-light-340-grams-4-seasons 3F UL gear inner tent has the same dimensions as the Lanshan 1 inner in the video (not mine) above?
 
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