Garuda Jalan Jalan



This tent is perfect for solo hiking and keeping your…

Rating: rated 5 of 5 stars
Design: single hoop 3 season
Sleeps: just me
Ease of setup: setup / take down is a breeze
weight: 3-7
Source: bought it new
Price Paid: $385+/- (1994)

Original Review: February 6, 1999 rated 5 of 5 stars

This tent is perfect for solo hiking and keeping your pack weight to a minimum. It packs up into a postage stamp size and hides in your pack till you need it. Its dual awning flaps allow wonderful cross ventilation and keeps it wind tight.

Just have patience when sealing the seams and you will never have leaks.

Update: September 29, 2016 rated 5 of 5 stars


Great tent for solo backpacking. Solid construction and durability.


  • Longevity
  • Weight
  • Ease of setup

Wow...I came across my first review I posted in 1999. I still have and love my Garuda Jalan Jalan. It's been solid for 22 years. It still remains for me the best investment in gear I've made.

Its wear is minimal and I haven't had to reseal any seams since I first painstakingly sealed them 1994.



Thanks for the update, John! It's great to hear that your tent has performed so well for the pat 22 years.

28 days ago

I bought my tent for a thru-hike of the Pacific Crest…

Rating: rated 5 of 5 stars
Design: three season
Sleeps: 1
Ease of Setup: With only one pole & three stakes, set up is a snap!
Weight: 3lb, 7oz

I bought my tent for a thru-hike of the Pacific Crest Trail. I never had a complaint about it in the five months I spent in it! Even on the days I layed over! I could sit up in it and even cook in it without condensation.

Garuda Jalan Jalan


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