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Total weight 1.3 kgCompact & compressible bag 4.2 LDimensions 39 x 11 x 10 cm
60 cm wide per person.Bedroom height 95 cm. 1 door, 1 porch, 3 pockets
Resists winds of 60km/h (Force 7): validated in wind tunnels on rotating plate.
Semi-freestanding Y-shaped dome structureSeparate flysheet & bedroom1 pole
Water column (Schmerber):Flysheet > 2,000 mmBedroom groundsheet > 3,000 mm
Flysheet. Door with mosquito net.2 large top ventilation areas.
Fabric that lets daylight through.
no issues after 10 nights and some wet pitches, packs very small
Excellent compact light tent. Great for hiking. No weight to carry. Easy to pitch too.
A great little one man tent which is straightforward to pitch and packs down small. This is most definitely a 1 person tent and if you are over 6’ I wouldn’t recommend it as it would be too small for you. I would also recommend that you get the footprint for it as the bathtub floor does feel a bit on the thin side. But that is one of trade offs for having a tent that weighs in at 1.3 kilos. My only issues with it are the pegs are not the best, there is no separate bag for the poles as I like to separate the poles from the rest of the tent when carrying them in my backpack. Finally the tent came with 4 additional guy lines but there are only 2 tie off points on the tent.
I purchased this tent during a 50% sale that happened right when I was planning for a bike-packing trip but have since then used it on my hikes. (yes, lucky me). TL;DR: At that price tag the tent was of incredible value. Pros: * The tent is fairly light. Weight snobs may say it is not, but hey... I am old enough to have camped with steel pole tents, so get a life... :-) * Easy to assemble . * Plenty of internal space (I am a bulky 1.80m+ person). * It does a decent job trapping heat (I know because I camped on it without a sleeping bag, with and without the tent roof cover... ) * It has some clever finishes (e.g. as seen in the video, the external zipper helps rolling the door, a number of critical assembly points are colour matched, etc). The cons: - The matching groundsheet is not available in all countries where the tent is available (e.g. it isn't available in Australia). - Due to its design the tent will not offer clear night views, so if you plan to watch the stars from inside your tent, this is not the tent for you. - In particularly cold weather, the tent may get some condensation accumulated inside of its internal structure. This is a particular concern for those using down sleeping bags (wet sleeping bags = potential of freezing nights...)
I haven't owned this tent long enough to write a complete and thorough review but here are my initial thoughts being a tall person. There were a few things that really drew me to this tent from other reviews and videos I watched. Overall I would say elements of this tent have a good quality and appears like some of the more expensive well known brands. However, after close inspection they have cut a few corners in order to reduce the weight so low. The bathtub material holding you in feels very thin and susceptible to tears (again I haven't own it long enough for that to happen). I really love elements of this tent and from the brief time I've spent with it apart from one thing. I am 6" 2' which means I barely fit within the actual tent itself measuring at 210cm. Now yes, you may say this is an error on my end however I also think that 1 man tents should be able to accommodate a larger person because it lacks width that a heavier weight 2 man tent offers. I am around 190 cm and I thought 20 cm would be enough, it is not. Again this is personal preference but I really thought this was the perfect tent until It arrived and I was massively disappointed that my toes were pushed back so far they were staring me in the eyes. Overall; Do your research, measure yourself and buy a ground sheet that will protect the thin lightweight material.
Brilliant little tent very easy to set up and take down enough room for a full size mat and to sit up in. Very light and packs down small and can be packed even smaller if you carry the poles separately. Only downside is the colour it is a medium grey but any shade of green or tan would be better for wild camping in my opinion.
I've used this tent once, wild camping whilst bike trekking. It certainly packs down small - tent plus Forclaz self-inflating mat plus groundsheet fit into my Restrap handlebar pack with plenty of room to spare. Pitched it in the dark during a rain shower having never had it out of the bag. It's true that the pitching sequence means you might get the inside wet before you have a chance to get the outer shell on, but this didn't prove to be much of an issue as its a quick and simple process. There are other reviews concerning condensation. On this I can report that after a very cold, damp night the inside of the shell and part of the roof inner did have condensation on it, but a) you cannot beat physics; you will always get this to an extent, b) there was no dripping and c) my friend's MSR Elixir 1 had exactly the same condensation. The tent has neat features like the vestibule ground sheet for your gear, pockets etc. At 5'8" there was loads of space at my feet. Width-wise there's all the space 1 person could need. I used an old bivvy bag as a footprint; if the Forclaz footprint ever comes back in stock I'll buy one, purely for the extra protection from the ground. Overall very pleased.
I bought this tent for lightweight hiking and camping and it does the job perfectly. It packs down really well and is super lightweight, it's also very simple to put up and pack down. I'm 5ft 11 and had no trouble with the size, I slept very comfortably and can sit up with out my head touching the top. There are three handy pockets inside and the space outside easily accommodated my 35l backpack. My only concern is the thin material on the bottom, you have to be careful where you place your tent so it doesn't get pierced. I guess that's a compromise with a super lightweight tent, I'll probably get a groundsheet to be sure. Overall I'm really happy with this tent, I can't wait to use it again!
Used in autumn and both sleeping bag/tent were soaked due to condensation. Certainly isn't a freestanding tent either. You require at least for pegs to pitch the tent.
Hi. I have tested this tent in my back garden. My Decathlon down sleeping bag always gets a bit wet, but on one occasion when it was cold and a bit foggy, the inside of the tent was very wet, with water droplets on the inside of the inner tent. These had dripped onto my sleeping bag along the full length making it wet. This is worrying for multi night camping as it risks the down getting wet when the bag is packed. On the plus side, the tent pitches very well and I like the small area for storing bags. I emailed Decathlon with an attached photo, showing the drips, asking for advice, but have not received an answer. I am considering changing to the Trek 900 two man tent, as my son has no problems with condensation with his.
make me love it and ezy to bring any ware. compact and good product
Hello Mr Salleh. Thank you for the positive feedback and we would be delighted to serve you again in the future.
Total weight 1.3 kgSeparable parts to help transportation.Flysheet 365 gBedroom 420 gHoop kit 290 gPegs (10 pieces) 100 gCovers 45 g + 12 gGuy ropes (4 pieces) 18 gRepair kit (ferrule, patch) 20 gTo protect your product and improve your ground and weather protection, you can complete your Trek 900 1P tent with the groundsheet reference: 8545723 g).Weights, volumes & dimensions may vary slightly due to production tolerances.
Bedroom length 210 cmBedroom width 60 cm to the head, 70 cm to the pelvis and 50 cm to the feet.Bedroom height 95 cmTotal height 110 cmSide porch around 70 cm wide and protected by a built-in sheet which shelters your equipment from the sun and bad weather. This provides storage space for 1 backpack up to about 70 litres.3 pockets (1 head and 2 top) to keep and organise your belongings.1 hook & loop for ropes
Lightweight, shock and frost resistant aluminium pole: 7001 T6 Yunan SD70PF Ø 8.3 mm aluminium.Optimised square tent pegs: “anvil” head, oversized main part, extremely resistant and lightweight (7075 T6 aluminium). Non-anodised for a lower environmental impact.Simple Y-shaped dome: the main pole splits into 3 feet giving a semi-freestanding structure. Top pole provides volume and therefore capacity.
Separate flysheet and bedroom. Traditional pitching method: bedroom on the ground and clipped to the poles. Cover the whole tent with the flysheet. Adjust the tautness.If needed, the bedroom can be dismantled from inside.Intuitive pitching thanks to colour coding on the pole, bedroom and flysheet.When it rains, to pitch the flysheet first, you will need the compatible groundsheet (ref 8545723).
Forclaz tents are laboratory-tested: pitched tent, 200 litres/m²/hour (4 hours, equivalent to a tropical storm). They are also tested in the field by a sample user group.20 denier polyester (PES) flysheet and 40D polyamide (PA) groundsheet have a polyurethane coating (inside) and silicone (exterior).Seams taped with heat-sealed strips.Multi-component bedroom combining breathability, wind protection and prevents condensation
We test all our tents in a wind tunnel on a turntable where we can expose each side of the tent to the wind.To test its wind resistance, the tent must be properly pitched, taut but not stretched, with all the guy ropes in position around the tent. It should remain habitable at wind speeds of 60km/h, measured near ground level.Our tents are certified by the CSTB independent laboratory in Nantes.
Bedroom with mosquito screen for ventilation and water-repellent fabric to protect from condensation and draughts. There are 2 large top ventilation areas that you can close using a Velcro strip.To reduce condensation inside your tent, it must be properly pitched, with the fabric kept taut without being over-stretched. Two-way zips on the door to keep it open. The use of ventilation and good air circulation limits humidity inside your tent
3-season tent: your tent will protect you from the harsh weather conditions you can encounter in the spring, summer or autumn. It will withstand light snowfall but is not designed to withstand heavy loads that would weigh on the structure.In case of snow, remember to shake your tent regularly in order to bring down any snow that has accumulated to avoid putting too much weight on the structure of your tent.
The poles are coloured using an innovative anodising method which eliminates the use of nitric and phosphoric acids.Non-anodised tent pegs:Your tent pegs may have a “rough” or “used” appearance but they still have all their technical and resistant features; not coloured or anodised (no acid is used since this only has an aesthetic effect).These factors help to limit the environmental impact of your product.
As designers and users who love our playing field, we care about the durability of our products, that’s why all our tents are designed to be repairable. You will find the detachable parts (poles, bedroom, etc.) in store or in the workshop of your local Decathlon, on the website or at the address support.decathlon.frIf you have a problem, don't hesitate to have your tent looked at in your local Decathlon store.Repair kit (ferrule, patch): 20 g
Your tent is designed for itinerant bivouacking, it is therefore not designed for static use in the sun.We recommend that you avoid leaving it in the sun as the ultra-light fabrics can be sensitive to UV light, that damages them.
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