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Sierra Designs Stash 1-Person Ultralight Backpacking Tent


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  • Ultra-light, 3-season, 1-person backpacking tent with full coverage rainfly
  • DAC poles; ultra-light clips; grommet pole attachments
  • PVC-free seam tape; Superseal Floor; ultra-light color-coded D-door
  • Air-lift vent prevents condensation; roomy vestibule for gear
  • Use with Fastpack Footprint (sold separately); lifetime warranty

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Product Description

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Weighing in at just 2 pounds, 7 ounces, the Stash from Sierra Designs is the ultimate solo tent. Well-ventilated and spacious, the Stash provides the coverage you need for 3-season use without excess bulk. Ideal for fast trekking and overnight escapes, the Stash's double pole structure offers ample space to read, and the roomy vestibule is great for storing your gear away from the elements. With a full-coverage rainfly you can batten down the hatches when the sky opens up, while the air-lift vent and full-mesh walls and ceiling prevent condensation. The freestanding Stash canopy can be used solo on clear nights for bug-free star gazing. With tough DAC poles, strong ultra-light clips, and a PVC-free seam taped fly and Superseal Floor, the Stash delivers the all-weather stamina you need with minimal poundage.

The Stash Fastpack Footprint (sold separately) adds function, durability, and versatility to your tent. Constructed of durable 1800-millimeter 70D Nylon, the Footprint protects the tent floor from dirt, gravel, and sharp objects while keeping ground moisture out. Use the Footprint with the just the tent's rainfly and poles to save up to 30 percent your packing weight when all you need is an ultra-light shelter.

Features:

  • PVC-free seam tape
  • Superseal Floor
  • Continuous pole sleeves
  • Reflective door trim and guy outs
  • Long floor length
  • Ultralight D-door
  • Vent
  • Grommet pole attachment
  • Locking pole tips

Size Specifications:

  • Sleep Capacity: 1 Adult
  • Interior Area: 16 square feet / 1.49 square meters
  • Vestibule Area: 7.50 square feet / 0.70 square meters
  • Peak Height: 25 inches / 64 centimeters
  • Packed Dimensions: 19 x 4 inches
  • Trail Weight: 2 pounds, 7 ounces / 1.11 kilograms
  • Packed Weight: 2 pounds, 13 ounces / 1.28 kilograms

Structural and Material Specifications:

  • Poles: (3) 8.5-millimeter diameter DAC NSL
  • Floors: 70d nylon, 3000-millimeter
  • Body: 20d nylon
  • Fly: 40d nylon, 1500 millimeters

About Sierra Designs:
Creating innovative outdoors products since 1965, Sierra Designs has become one of the most renowned outdoor brands in the industry. With an intense passion for the outdoors, Sierra Designs has created some of the best performance products available. Not only are Sierra Designs products reliable enough to help thrill seekers like Eric Larsen summit Mount Everest and journey to both the North and South poles, but they promote a harmonious relationship with the environment as well. Sierra Designs products have been presented with numerous gear awards from multiple publications including Outside Magazine, National Geographic, and Backpacker Magazine.

Product Description

The ultimate in solo-living: full mesh body, double pole design at the head for reading and getting dressed as well as a wide D-door and spacious vestibule for gear storage.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 25 x 92 x 27 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 2.9 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B004KQ9IDK
  • Item model number: 150811
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Xecution11 on August 22, 2012
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I couldnt believe I was going to but a tent (for 1 person) that was more expensive than my pack, and more expensive than my 10 man tent. I dont regret it at all, lots of room to move, and I am a big guy (6ft 1 and 250 lbs) and I had little problems with it. Its totally waterproof as far as I can tell, and I dont have any reason that I can see where it wouldn't be. My wife sprayed it with a hose on high for a few minutes in the backyard and it was totally dry inside. Its super-light and easy to take down and put up. I have slept in both cold and warm temperatures in it and it works great for both, the removable fly gives the illusion of being in just a sleeping bag when you take it off at night. Very easy to climb into, and I just cant say enough asbout this tent. Its fantastic, if you're on the fence about this one, don't be, its great!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By SteveGoesAbroad on July 18, 2012
Alright! Don't know why that other guy with the 1 star is complaining. Check it- I'm a 6 foot 2- 280 lbs guy. Football in high school sort a guy. Yes it's small- but it's a one man stash! I fit comfortably.

This thing can also take a BEATING! It has been through some rough rain and wind! Tie the rainfall down good and it's so low to the ground it's great!

Me and my backpack fit inside- yes we have to snuggle to fit- but it's solid.

I've used it many times and have never been disappointed.
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3 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Devin Sharp on June 16, 2012
Don't listen to the other guy who reviewed this product. I'm only reviewing it as 5 stars to balance it out so people don't just pass it up because there is one 1-star review. Just read his review and it's pretty self explanatory about how idiotic it is. The only other things he's reviewed are RECIPE BOOKS and a pair of shoes. He obviously doesn't know what a bivy tent is, and if you don't know what it is, go look it up. This tent sounds like a perfect bivy tent, except that it might be a little overpriced. But if you're willing to pay the money go ahead and write an accurate review of this product.
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1 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Lloyd Kahn on September 12, 2012
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I'm an old Sierra Designs fan and customer going back to the '60s, but this tent is poor in many ways. Difficult and time-consuming to set up, difficult to get into with rain tarp on, claustrophobic once inside. If I hadn't set it up before leaving on a week-long trip, it would have ruined the trip. Instead, using old Sierra Designs tent, which weighs over 2 lbs. more, and is worth the weight.
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10 of 23 people found the following review helpful By n2orbit on February 15, 2012
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Took this tent on my last backpacking adventure 56 miles. Other than it being light and easy to set up it is worthless for more than an overnighter and that's pushing it...First off the tents interior is just too small unless your a child no room to even sit up a little. You can roll over but that's were the problems start. The tent fly collects so much condensation that every time you move or brush up against the mesh or fly you get wet. Now if you were to add rain to this equation its the recipe for disaster. The way the fly is made doesn't allow for this problem to be corrected no matter how far off tent the fly sits. The other major flaw is the entrance to the tent itself is so small you cant just get in you have to sit outside and put your feet in first then roll in which means you ass is sitting outside on the ground if it was wet or raining expect a wet interior. Poor design, no room and you get wet every time you use it from condensation...
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