MIRA I

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When solo backpacking you want to be able to minimize on weight as much as possible without compromising necessity. The Mira l three season tent weighs roughly two pounds so you trek on without feeling completely wiped out when the day is done. The ridge pole maximizes your interior space and its endoskeleton design makes for easy set up. 

Specs

Capacity: 1

Doors: 1

Freestanding: Yes

Minimum Weight: 2lb 2oz

Packed Weight: 2lb 6oz

Area: 16.1 sq ft

Dimensions: 27.5 x 85.6in

Packed Size: 16.5 x 4.7in

More comfortable than a tarp but lighter and more packable than most solo tents, the freestanding, double-wall Mira I is a good pick for solo travelers who want to escape the chaos of huts and shelters. With one long arched spine pole and two shorter crossing ones, setup is simple—even in 20-mph winds. Without guying, it stood firm through gusts in Channel Islands National Park, and the protected door design keeps rain from coming inside. Space is ample—sitting upright is comfortable (I’m 6’1”), and the 7.5-square-foot vestibule has room for cooking and storage. Downside? Ventilation. Condensation built up on 50°F nights. exped.com - See more at: http://www.backpacker.com/gear/tents/gear-review-exped-mira-1-tent/#sthash.RFvQ0ukF.dpuf
More comfortable than a tarp but lighter and more packable than most solo tents, the freestanding, double-wall Mira I is a good pick for solo travelers who want to escape the chaos of huts and shelters. With one long arched spine pole and two shorter crossing ones, setup is simple—even in 20-mph winds. Without guying, it stood firm through gusts in Channel Islands National Park, and the protected door design keeps rain from coming inside. Space is ample—sitting upright is comfortable (I’m 6’1”), and the 7.5-square-foot vestibule has room for cooking and storage. Downside? Ventilation. Condensation built up on 50°F nights. exped.com - See more at: http://www.backpacker.com/gear/tents/gear-review-exped-mira-1-tent/#sthash.RFvQ0ukF.dpuf
More comfortable than a tarp but lighter and more packable than most solo tents, the freestanding, double-wall Mira I is a good pick for solo travelers who want to escape the chaos of huts and shelters. With one long arched spine pole and two shorter crossing ones, setup is simple—even in 20-mph winds. Without guying, it stood firm through gusts in Channel Islands National Park, and the protected door design keeps rain from coming inside. Space is ample—sitting upright is comfortable (I’m 6’1”), and the 7.5-square-foot vestibule has room for cooking and storage. Downside? Ventilation. Condensation built up on 50°F nights. exped.com - See more at: http://www.backpacker.com/gear/tents/gear-review-exped-mira-1-tent/#sthash.RFvQ0ukF.dpuf


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