Eureka! Midori Solo

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The Eureka! Midori Solo backpacking tent sleeps 1 person. Eureka has enhanced the livability of this tent with the V3 system. The new V3 Enhanced Tent System increases ventilation, volume, and end user versatility by maximizing frame, fly, tent body, and guy-out design features. It includes a full coverage fly that protects the tent from the worst weather. Shockcorded aluminum poles and all clips make for a fast set up or take down. The mesh walls provide great ventilation and stargazing opportunities. The Midori Solo has 1 door and 1 attached storage vestibule. One large side entry door is easy to use and sheltered from the rain by the vestibule.Sleeps 1Factory Sealed Main Fly and Floor seams1 Door1 Vestibule (14 Sq. Ft.) - Strut pole increases useable spaceCompact pack sizeFull coverage Polyester fly has good UV resistance and won't stretch in wet weatherShockcorded Aluminum polesGreat ventilation - all mesh sidesHooded fly vent is adjustable2 Interior Pockets for stuffPost and grommet - fly/tent attachmentAll Clip Freestanding design is fast and easy to set upExternal guy points on the fly help secure your tent in high windsGear loft included - 24"x10All carry bags and stakes includedFire retardantImport.

- Campmor

The Eureka Midori Solo Tent features the V3 enhanced tent system for the ultimate in volume, venting and versatility. The Midori 2 also features a large door and vestibule, making this side-entry tent a favorite for days on the trail.

- CampSaver.com

Eureka has added a new member to the family of lightweight, highly affordable backpacking shelters: the Midori Solo Tent. The Midori Solo has inherited all the same sensibility that has already made the Midori 2 and 3 so popular with trekkers. This younger sibling offers a quick set-up; after a long day, it takes no more than ten minutes between grabbing the poles and curling up inside your two-pole dome shelter. With or without the rain fly, the Midori Solo breathes very well due to the mesh construction of the canopy, strategically placed hooded fly vents, and open bottom flaps. Weighing in at only three pounds nine ounces, it doesn't weigh down your daytime experience unnecessarily. Inside, the Midori Solo provides ample amount of room for a single person with an average amount of gear: when secured into place the rain fly creates a weatherproof vestibule, gear pockets, and a gear loft for additional on-hand storage or organization.

- Backcountry.com

Eureka! Midori Solo

previously retailed for:
$103.92 - $129.90

The Eureka! Midori Solo is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen September 16, 2014 at Campmor.

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