Seam-taped full-coverage fly with vents; Fits Tungsten UL 3-person tent
Rain-shield polyester flysheet doesn't stretch and sag when wet; Resists UV damage
Removable front door
Color-coded "easy pitch" clips, poles, and fly
Plan ahead for campsite downpours and pack the Tungsten Ultralight Hatchback 3-Person Fly. This full-coverage fly is seam-taped to keep rain out, and fits your Tungsten Ultralight 3-Person Tent. Its rain-shield flysheet won’t sag or stretch out over time, plus it resists damage from UV rays. The removable front door provides another layer between you and the rain, while its large capacity makes room for even more gear.
Product Weight:2lbs 14.5oz (1312g)
Packed Weight:3 lbs 5.5 oz, 1518 g
Minimum Weight:2lbs 14.5oz (1312g)
Packed Size:23.5 x 6in | 59 x 14.5cm
Floor Area:101.9 sq ft, 9.5 sq m
Vestibule Area:27 sq ft, 2.5 sq m | 3 sq ft, 0.3 sq m
Rated 5 out of
jeff hagee from
Great 3 season tenti have only used the tent once, but loved it. It went up fast and was easy to setup. Comfortable to sleep in and breathes well. Only downside is there isn't a lot of pockets inside the tent, i got a birdhouse and it solved that.
Date published: 2020-06-21
Rated 1 out of
Flooded insideI bought this because I loved the size of the vestibule. The tent is awesome, sets up quick plenty of room and everything. Except the condensation, as soon as the sun goes down it starts building up and it doesn't stop till the sun rises and slowly evaporates it. I don't even enter the tent till at least 4-5 hours after sunset but when I do I'm soaking wet and the ground in the vestibule and everything inside the tent is soaked just from me touching the tent. Even if I do manage not to touch the top with anything as soon as I unzip the tent it's enough for all the condensation to fall over me and everything else. I shouldn't have to go to bed wet and sleep in water because of condensation. Then again in the morning I wake up and get wet all over again. I always set new tents up ahead of time at home and tie on all guy lines and make sure everything is good and I know how it is done before going camping. I leave it open all that night to air out then put it all away and wait to camp. That night it was foggy out so I assumed that was the reason the whole inside of the tent was wet so I didn't think anything of it. I was totally wrong.
Date published: 2021-10-04
Rated 1 out of
Rain Fly without a Tent for $393.00It's a $400 Rain Fly! Not a Tent, a Rain Fly.. For $400 dollars!