Mountainsmith Satellite

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Great price at $39 and some change. Setup once as…

Rating: rated 4.5 of 5 stars
Price Paid: $39.95

Great price at $39 and some change. Setup once as a backup. Setup pretty easy. Used once. Vestibule seemed small. Enough rooms for morning clothes, Bring a waterproof pack.

This should be perfect for bike touring, quite compact, but I doubt it is a true 3 season. More reviews to come...

Retailers' Descriptions

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The Mountainsmith Satellite is a light solo bivy style tent. These tents from the reknowned pack maker are well built and durable. The main fly seams are factory taped and the poles are shockcorded 7000 series aluminum. Color coded poles and all clip assembly make for a fast easy set up. A mesh ceiling provides excellent ventilation, keeps bugs away and allows for stargazing. The small vestibule provides storage space for gear and and or boots. The Satellite would make an excellent tent for a long distance solo hike. Sleeps 1 Main fly and floor seams are factory taped for extreme weather protection. Shock corded aluminum poles are strong and durable. 1 small 4 sq.ft. vestibule for storage. Non stretch, UV resistant polyester fly. All clip assembly for fast set-up and maximizes air flow under the fly 2 mesh interior pockets for organization and gear storage. 1 door Post and grommet assembly with locking pole tips for convenience. Side release buckles attach fly to body for fast easy set up. Color coded easy set-up. Flashlight loop Full coverage fly for total weather protection No-see-um mesh material on the tent body provides great ventilation Mesh body allows for stargazing Tent, pole and stake bags included. Fire retardant. Import.

- Campmor

Mountainsmith Satellite

Discontinued

The Satellite has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$79.97

The Mountainsmith Satellite is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen June 15, 2009 at Campmor.

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