Winterial Single Person Personal Bivy Tent, 1 Person Tent Lightweight 2 Pounds 9 Ounces, Green
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- EASY ASSEMBLY: Single Person Tent with Two Hoop Easy To Assemble Bivy Tent
- PERFECT FOR HIKING AND BACKPACKING: Bivy Tent Sleeps One Person take it with you on any trip
- 3 SEASON TENT: Ventilated Roof Mesh With a Full Coverage Rain Fly for Colder/Rainy Weather
- LIGHT WEIGHT: Packed weight: 3 pounds 3 ounces. Packed Size: 18" x 4.5" x 4" Open Dimensions: 38 x 28 x 90 inches
- ACCESS: Large Zippered door for easy access. Includes 3 bundles of rope and 14 Heavy Duty Stakes To Firmly Secure
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Top Ranked Bivy Tent
The Winterial Single Person Tent is perfect for 3 seasons of camping and hiking.This three-season tents offer more open-air netting is specifically designed for summer backpacking and other activities.This Premium tent feature pre-sealed, seams and a durable reinforced rain-fly for enhanced waterproofness.Perfect for a nice warm summer night with no fly and also great for the windy rainy nights with the rain fly securely attached.
- Included with this bivy tent is 3 bundles of strong cord.
- 14 heavy duty stakes that will not bend so the tough ground you may be sleeping on will be no problem.
- Only 3.3 Pounds packed weight makes it perfect for backpacking / hiking
- This is the perfect addition to your camping and hiking gear. Taking this backpacking is perfect and will hold up under the conditions. Add it to your pack at a lightweight of only 3lbs and adventure!
Perfect for Hiking and Backpacking
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I'm 5'11" and fit just perfectly in the tent - I could lay without my head or feet touching - but only barely. I had to be creative with my gear to keep it dry - there is space under the rain fly outside of the tent where I put my unloaded pack to keep it dry. This worked perfectly, and all my gear (unloaded) would fit around me inside the tent.
I used this tent every day for 27 straight days on the Superior Hiking Trail. It kept me perfectly dry through 7 thunderstorms. This was probably my favorite product I had with me on the trip.
The tent stakes are needed to erect the tent - it isn't free standing. In other words, if you'll be camping in the mountains, this probably won't work for you. I didn't have any problems on the SHT.
WHO SHOULDN'T BUY THIS TENT? If you're over 6' tall, camping from your car, looking to spend waking hours (more than maybe an hour or two) inside a tent or camping on rocky surfaces, this tent isn't for you. Look elsewhere, you'll be disappointed by this.
WHO SHOULD BUY THIS TENT? A hiker or backpacker looking to cut weight out of their pack will be absurdly pleased with this product. It will serve all the needs of a dedicated backwoodsman - it is high quality, durable, and keeps you dry out of the box. If you fall into the category of "cutting ounces from my hiking pack" and are on a budget, make this purchase. It will meet your needs perfectly.
Wow! Such a neat tent in such a small package.
Super simple set up even for my first time pitching a non-freestanding tent.
Looks awesome once its all set up.
I was very surprised at how much room I had inside from side to side. Height clearance isn't really there though(as expected).
I am 5'6, 170 pounds with wide shoulders...
I was able to prop myself up on my elbow to do stuff inside the tent but could not sit up. This made rolling up my gear a pain, so I think I will stick with doing all that outside of the tent from now on (if weather permits). But even in this awkward position, I was still able to roll up two sleeping bags (one mummy, one standard) and my sleeping pad all well enough to fit in their stuff sacks.
I was also able to keep my large backpacking pack inside the tent with me (at the head), which made my feet barely touch the end.
A couple concerns I had were if the rain fly provided any kind of vestibule and if you could use this as a 1.5 person tent (fit a couple inside snugly).
First: The rainfly did not really provide any vestibule other than to put my sneakers outside (leaning up against the tent). But I do plan on trying to manipulate how I install it next time to increase the size.
Second: TBA... After trying it out by myself, I feel like I could fit my significant other inside with me without being too cramped. Will be testing soon.
I spent the night in the mountains of New Mexico around 8,000 feet elevation. Temps got down to 44 F with some occasional wind gusts. The wind did not phase this tent one bit. And when I woke up, there was literally zero condensation inside, which was a great surprise.
In the morning, it was very easy to break down and shake out (sand from one of my sleeping bags haha). The door position makes shaking out debris very easy and effective. Folding everything back into its original stuff sack was very easy as well.
It was pretty obvious that this tent was made of very good quality materials and I was pretty happy with the purchase.
May 3, 2016 (second use)
THIS TENT CAN SLEEP TWO PEOPLE!!! Definitely a 1.5 person tent width wise...
I took my significant other camping as promised and tested this out with two people... We are both 5'6 and we both workout (so neither are skinny), and not only did we fit, but we fit flat on our backs side by side comfortably and she had no complaints. How awesome is that!?!?
We used two mummy bags (one Winterial and one SussieSport), no sleeping pads.
I forgot to check the temps the next morning, but we woke up in snow. (2 nights later shows 29F low). And with this set up we were both very warm, comfortable with room, and had no significant condensation to complain about in the morning. The only moisture inside the tent in the morning I suspect was from the snow melting and seeping through the rainfly, BUT none of it came raining down on us as we got up and out of the tent - BIG plus!
We did sort of cheat and use my truck to block the wind coming up the mountainside, so I can't comment on wind performance this time.
Next up: Sand dunes camping.
Will update as necessary!
- Literally camped in the pouring rain and stayed completely dry.
- Very light weight.
- Feels like quality material.
- Easy setup
-I'm 5'9" tall and 175lbs, I touched both ends of the internal mesh tent even though I stretched it out as far as it would go. Width-wise it was perfect.
-Price is very steep
see pics the outside cover is very water-proof (not sure if the beads of water will show up on here but it looks like water on a freshly waxed car). If you are claustrophobic this tent is NOT for you. I could roll over in the tent but that's about it, which is what I expected. The only thing I didn't care for was that I touched my feet and head on the internal mesh section of the tent.