Sierra Designs Yahi 6


Trail Weight 14 lb 13 oz / 6.72 kg
Packed Weight 15 lb 13 oz / 7.17 kg
Interior Area 80.5 sq ft / 7.48 sq m
Vestibule Area 18 + 11.5 sq ft / .81 + .46 sq m
Peak Height 74 in / 188 cm
Packed Length 26 in
Packed Diameter 11 in
Capacity 6
Season 3
Number of Doors 2
Number of Poles 5
Pole Diameter 14.5 / 9.5 mm
Pole Type DAC DA-17
Floor Material 70D Nylon, 3000 mm
Body Material 68D Polyester, Dye Free
Fly Material 75D Polyester, 1500 mm

Manufacturer's Description

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Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

With excellent coverage from the elements and plenty of vestibule and floor area, the Sierra Designs Yahi 6 Person Tent is a spacious abode for extra roomy basecamp dwelling. This free-standing tent has a superseal floor (for super moisture protection), nifty hanging pockets to stow headlamps and trail mix, PVC-free seam tape for the conscious camper, and two doors, two vestibules... no waiting. With a long floor length, the Meteor Light is perfect for everyone to nestle into and get a solid night's sleep, before making the big ascent.

- Altrec Outdoors

Adventure-style base camping awaits you with the spacious Yahi. Full-coverage protection from the elements combined with ample storage space within the vestibule creates a comfortable overnight experience; rain or shine.

- Rocky Mountain Trail

If space and comfort are what you're after, the Yahi delivers. With square footage that would make many NYC apartment dwellers envious, the Yahi tents easily accommodate four to six campers along with all the gear for any weekend adventure. Accessories Pitching Instructions Tent User Manual

- Sierra Designs

Adventure-style basecamping awaits you with the spacious Sierra Designs Yahi Tent. Full-coverage protection from the elements combined with ample storage space within the vestibule creates a comfortabel overnight expereience; rain or shine.


Sierra Designs Yahi 6


The Sierra Designs Yahi 6 is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen May 12, 2015 at Rocky Mountain Trail.

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