Technical specifications & features
|Weight||13 oz (0.37 kg)|
|Mfg Sku/Part Number||30410|
|Tent Sleeps||1 Person|
|Area||44 ft² (4 m²)|
|Number of Doors||1 Door|
|Tent Pole Type||Requires one trekking pole or one 49 inch Carbon Fiber Pole for setup (sold separately)|
|Stuff Size||15 x 6 in|
|Material||30D Silicon Nylon|
|Other Features||- Includes: Tarp, Stuff Sack, Guylines
- Stakes and poles not included
- Requires 6 stakes
- Longer Zippered Entry for easier entry
- Top Vent removes excess moisture buildup
- Single Pole Setup with hexagonal shape provides maximum protection at minimum weight
- Easy Setup
- Mates with the Serenity NetTent (sold separately)
Please note, this tent must be seam-sealed to ensure waterproofness before use. Six Moon recommends McNett SilNet Seam Sealer (not included).
I'm over 6', will I fit?
That depends. There are many factors that determine if you'll be comfortable using the Deschutes. It depends upon the height of the setup, the depth of your sleeping pad and your sleeping style. Take a look at the picture of the Deschutes Tarp with the Serenity NetTent, the Serenity is 84" or 7' long and has vertical end walls of 9". Without the Serenity the height is 13" at the point where the Serenity would end. Using a thick sleeping mat will compromise internal space and minimize headroom. Also setting up the Deschutes low to the ground will do the same. However, properly set up, most people will find the Deschutes more than roomy enough for a good night's sleep.
What is the recommended Pole Height?
The Deschutes Tarp can be set up at different heights. At 40" the Deschutes hugs the ground, providing maximum protection. The Deschutes can accommodate a variable height of between 45" to 49 depending upon conditions and your personal preferences. For maximum interior space or using the Serenity NetTent, set your pole to 49". In most cases you'll want to angle your pole so the bottom is inside the vestibule area. This helps to maximize the sleeping area.
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