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Sierra Designs High Route 1 FL Backpacking Tent

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Item # SDECA407
The brainchild of renowned backcountry adventurer Andrew Skurka, the Sierra Designs High Route 1 FL solo shelter offers livability, durability, and versatility for use for extended 3-season use. Pitched with trekking poles (not included), the tent saves weight and minimizes packed size.
Description

Description

Details

The brainchild of renowned backcountry adventurer Andrew Skurka, the Sierra Designs High Route 1 FL solo shelter offers livability, durability, and versatility for use for extended 3-season use. Pitched with trekking poles (not included), the tent saves weight and minimizes packed size.

The shelter consists of a 20D nylon ripstop rainfly and an inner tent body constructed of 15D nylon, no-see-um mesh, and a 30D nylon ripstop floor. Both the fly and the floor have PE treatments that ensure full weather protection. The inner tent measures 90” x 48” and provides 18.8 square feet of space. The fly creates ample protected exterior storage for packs, boots, and other gear. Minimalist backpacker can pitch the rainfly like a floorless tarp and enjoy 36 square feet of interior space.

NOTE: The High Route 1 FL is not freestanding and does require trekking poles. Integrated guyout points and obvious pole placement make pitching the tent surprisingly easy with a little practice. An offset design allows easy entry to the interior of the shelter which isn’t always the case with trekking pole-pitched tents. Lighweight aluminum J stakes are included to ensure a secure, taut pitch.

  • Non-freestanding pyramid-inspired design
  • Tight catenary cut ridgeline
  • Pole-reinforced vertical doors
  • Generous dimensions and steep wall angles
  • 36 square feet of highly usable interior space
  • Both side doors can be guyed out in calm conditions to improve ventilation
  • In stormier weather, 5-inch awning vents maintain ventilation
  • Doors can be opened from the top using two-way zippers, while remaining protected by the awning
  • Tarp and bug nest can be used separately
  • Vertical offset poles do not block the entrances or split up the sleeping area
  • Simple, intuitive, and fast pitch
  • The tarp should be set up first, which keeps the bug nest dry
  • Bug nest connects to the tarp with hook-and-ring system
Specs

Specs

Specs

Best Use Backpacking, Mountaineering
Warranty Limited Lifetime
Average Min Weight 2 lb, 5 oz
Average Packed Weight 2 lb, 12 oz
Interior Height 43"
Floor Area 18.8 sq ft
Floor Dimension 90" x 30"
Vestibule Area 17.3 sq ft
Doors 2
Pole Type Trekking Poles (not included)
Number of Poles 2 (not included)
Freestanding n/a
Clips or Sleeves Hook-and-ring internal clips
Interior Storage n/a
Material Fly: 20D Nylon Ripstop, WR/1500mm PE
Floor: 30D Nylon Ripstop, WR/3000mm PE
Body: 15D Nylon and No-See-Um mesh
Seam Sealed Yes
Reviews

Reviews

Real Customer Reviews

Average Rating:
4.4
(based on 5 real customer reviews)

5 Items

My new favorite tent
Reviewed by Stephen L. - April 13, 2018

Likes: I can sit up in the bug enclosure
Plenty of room for 6 ft man
So airy
Kept me dry in heavy rain even with a door propped open

Dislikes: Slight learning curve with setup
V stakes to easily dislodge

Great tent
Reviewed by David D. - March 24, 2018

Likes: easy to set-up, roomy for a 1 person tent, multiple configurations

Dislikes: none

Good, but...
Reviewed by Alejandro D. - March 17, 2018

Likes: I like the design and will likely purchase it again when I begin doing multi-day backpacking trips.

Dislikes: It's too complex for the little trips I do with my kids. But by no means too complex for the average backpacker. Like I said, I'll likely be getting this when I start doing multi-day backpacking trips.

Interesting design
Reviewed by Mark R. - March 16, 2018

Likes: It’s has plenty of head room. Easy to setup. I like using trekking poles instead of carrying extra poles.

Dislikes: It’s rather bulky and It struggles in the wind. I returned it for a refund due to these issues.

Excellent
Reviewed by Kasar F. - December 16, 2017

Likes: Yes

Dislikes: Nothing

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