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Exped's freestanding Mira I Tent is ideal for summer use. Lightweight materials and a small packed size make it a definite backpacking option. The canopy pole sleeves are continuous and sealed at one end, which allows quick and simple setup and tear down without the need to walk around the tent.
A versatile little solo summer tent for all your camping and backpacking trips this season, the Exped Mira I Tent is lightweight and tiny to pack, yet doesn't sacrifice quality or durability. Comparitively roomy and comfortable, this one person tent offers 41.3 inches of interior height to sit up in, and a vestibule to leave your boots and wet gear under. Three lightweight yet strong aluminum poles slide easily through the sleeves for quick and easy set-up and take-down and the ripstop nylon fly protects from wind, rain and even the occasional early season snow flake. With lots of mesh to prevent condensation at night, this Exped shelter keeps the critters out so you get an awesome night's sleep anytime you're camping.
- Altrec Outdoors
Free Shipping. Exped Mira I Tent FEATURES of the Exped Mira I Tent Single ridge pole with two short crossing poles Free standing endoskeleton design Roomy vestibule, one door Rear in.gear shedin. with inner tent zip access
The lightweight Mira I packs down small but sets up big. This solo tent offers generous head room, a big view, ample space and a roomy vestibule for comfortable shelter and storage in the wilderness.
Solo trips mean you have to carry everything up the mountain or into and out of the canyon yourself. Fortunately, the one-person, three-season Exped Mira I Tent provides a versatile, reliable shelter while adding less than three pounds to your pack. Expertly designed and tested, this freestanding double-wall tent uses tough fabrics to keep out spring and summer showers, yet is still lightweight enough for hiking long trails like the AT or PCT.