Hilleberg - Unna
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Technical specifications & features
|Weight||Packed weight: 2.2 kg / 4 lbs 14 oz|
|Tent Sleeps||1 Person|
|Minimum Weight||2.0 kg / 4 lbs 7 oz|
|Area||27 sq. ft.|
|Tent Type||Single Wall|
|Length||91 in. ( incl. vestiblue)|
|Other Features||The Unna is supremely easy to pitch anywhere, it boasts an impressive amount of interior space, and its self-supporting construction is eminently stable – and it is very light.
The Unna is fully all-season worthy, is totally freestanding, and weighs only 4 lbs 7 oz.
The Dome design has single-ended, continuous pole sleeves and linked inner and outer tents for simple, easy set up, and affords a very compact footprint without sacrificing interior roominess.
The two pole configuration provides generous head room, and makes for near vertical walls, so there is plenty of room for you and your gear.
Pitching requires no pegs, but 12 peg points provide options for increasing stability. This includes using the corner points of the tent itself, the double guy lines with double line runners on both sides of both pole sleeves, and the single guy line and peg point in the middle of both front and rear walls.
The Unna’s ventilation works regardless of weather conditions, since both the inner tent’s fabric is highly breathable, and the main venting system is built into the top of the door. The top third of the inner tent door is a no-see-um mesh panel covered with an equal sized, zipper-adjustable fabric panel, while extra sliders on both inner and outer tent doors provide full adjustment options, and a separate roof cover keeps rain and snow out. In fine weather, the bottom portion of the outer tent’s front and rear walls can be rolled up and secured with the integrated toggle and loop.
Please note, pitching the inner tent on its own requires four Poleholders (sold separately).
- Best tent ever
- I just spent the last 30 days in the Cascades. This tent took a beating from the high winds and rain, she held up fine. If I had known more about this tent I would have added an extra pole (Hilleberg added room for two poles) and she could withstand even stronger winds. I am going to purchase another pole just in case the winds get really bad. The weight is on the heavy side but it is worth it. I have a single wall tent and it always to hot or it gets wet really bad and I am stoked in the morning. The Unna is a double wall tent and keep me dry no matter the conditions.
- best 1 man tent there is
- I've been out 4 times in my Unna and I love it. Light for a strong 4-season tent. Lots of room for a single person tent - which you really need when the weather is bad! Pitches fly and inner in one go so you can pitch in the rain without the inner getting wet (why don't all tentmakers do this?!). Best build quality I have ever seen (I own 5 tents and a Bibler bivy bag). Lots of little places to stow stove gas canisters food etc at the back of the tent between the inner and the rain fly. If you buy one with a fabric inner, order the mesh inner as well. This effectively gives you two tents for very little more than the price of one. Then just enjoy! In safety!
- Love it.
- This is the best tent I have ever owned. I slept through two storms and didn't get a drop of water inside. I was able to sit up in it two. The construction was top notch.
Questions & Answers
Hilleberg's website is filled with information and they go into great detail about these tents, the construction methods, the materials, company ethos, etc. If you're considering a Hilleberg tent I highly suggest taking a look: http://www.hilleberg.com/home/products/unna/unna.php
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