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Tent Reviews: Lightwave t0 trek

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1.60 KG
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Average User Rating:
9/10 from 1 reviews

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1 Reviews of the t0 trek

By: John261  Reason: I own(ed) one  Made in: 2010   Rating: 

A very good tent at a good price. Very sturdy, good wind resistance. The reason it is not 10 out of ten is the brow pole can be a bit difficult to put in at times but consider what you would pay for a hileberg akto tent 400 pound I paid 165.95. That makes this brilliant. Good ventilation, no condensation
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Manufacturer's Description

The t0 trek is a lightweight one-person tunnel tent that we believe is one of the most weatherproof solo shelters available. Its wedge-shaped inner gives space where its needed round the head and shoulders and its aerodynamic two-pole shape outperforms the rest of the field in bad weather. The t0 trek is ideal for backpacking and trekking for solo travellers. However, it is also surprisingly spacious and can take two adults at a pinch, making it popular for two-person teams in mountain marathons and similar events. It is a four-season tent suitable for most climates and regions, although in extreme conditions secure pitching and anchoring are obviously imperative. The porch area is small but can be made more spacious by unpegging the front of the inner tent and folding this back. Those wanting more storage or cooking space can choose the extended vestibule version the t0 trek xt

Flysheet Low-cut all round to keep wind-blown rain out
Vent at front
Single zip front door that gives three opening positions
Velcro attachments on inside to tie around poles in strong winds
Single guypoints on each side of front and rear pole

Inner tent Side-hung door that is easy to keep clear of the ground
Two internal pockets

Flysheet Lightweight 70 g/m2 ripstop fabric woven from 40-denier nylon
Coated on both sides with silicone to 5000 mm hydrostatic head

Groundsheet Lightweight 110 g/m2 taffeta fabric woven from 70-denier nylon
Coated with PU to 3000 mm hydrostatic head
Bathtub construction with reinforced stress points

Inner canopy Lightweight 45 g/m2 ripstop fabric woven from 40-denier nylon
Small no see um mesh panels at ventilation channels

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