Laser Space 2
Terra Nova

Terra Nova

Laser Space 2 (Fall 2016)
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Terra Nova - Laser Space 2 (Fall 2016)

Laser Space 2 expands on the success of Terra Nova's Laser range of superlite tents and is the first ever lightweight backpacking tent that you can stand up in. Weighing just over 6 lbs., the amount of space available inside is remarkable, and the 70 in. of headroom makes it possible to change out of wet clothing in the porch whilst keeping the inner tent clean and dry. The porch is 3m2 and will accomodate folding chairs and rucksacks with ample space left for cooking or accessing the inner tent. A smaller "back door" makes it possible to exit the tent in the night without crossing your partner, or can be used as a main entrance if the porch is required for storage of large items such as bikes. The use of our superlite fabrics on this model means that the flysheet seams can't be taped, but are instead covered by a pole hood (included). A major benefit of these superlite fabrics (other than the incredible low weight, obviously!) is that this huge 2 person tent has a packed size of a mere 22 x 8 in.

Technical specifications & features

Weight Min. weight: 6 lbs. 1 oz.
Packed weight: 6 lbs. 5 oz.
Color Green
Closeout Season Fall 2016
Tent Sleeps 2 Person
Minimum Weight 6 lbs. 1 oz.
Tent Type Double Wall
Length 94 in.
Width 55 in.
Height 70 in.
Tent Pole Type 14.55mm DAC
Stuff Size 22 x 8 in.
Material Fly: Si/Si Nylon R/S 5000mm
Floor: Si/Pu Nylon R/S 7000mm
Other Features Full mesh screen on inner door
Storage pocket
Bathtub design
Full zip flaps on doors
Reective trim on pole sleeve for easy identication
5.5g & 2g Titanium pegs
Reflective guylines with clamcleats

Questions & Answers

The first concern I'd have is the waterproofness of that "ridge hood": any comments on that? Also a concern is the cutout fly sides and wind driven rain.
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Question by: jim on Aug 20, 2012 4:07:01 PM
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