Exped Mira II HyperLite

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Exped Camp & Hike Mira II Hyperlite Tent - 2 Person 3 Season 7640147764767. It has a free-standing design and its ridge pole increases interior space for comfortable sitting. The canopy design combines large fine mesh panels with solid fabric walls. Two vestibules one for each door.

- CampSaver.com

Balancing the need for space and comfort against weight, the Exped Mira II HL Tent is a perfect solution for two, with doors and vestibules on either side of the tent for easy in and out. The Exped Mira II HyperLite offers a balanced combination of space, comfort and light weight comfort for two. It has a free-standing design and its ridge pole increases interior space for comfortable sitting. The canopy design combines large fine mesh panels with solid fabric walls. Two vestibules, one for each door. Exped recommend the use of a footprint as ground protection to extend the life of the floor. Capacity: 1 Person- 2 Persons. Dimensions: 84.6 x 49.2 x 43.3 in. Canopy area: 29.1 ft^2. Vestibule Area: 14 ft^2 Min. Weight: 2.9 lb. Max.Weight: 3.3 lb. Packed size: 16.5 x 5.9 in. Season: 3-season. Construction: Endoskeleton. Tent section cut. Warranty: 2 years. MATERIALS:. Rainfly: 20 D ripstop nylon, silicone-/PU coated, factory seam taped 1'500 mm water column. Canopy: 15 D ripstop nylon 15 D No-See-Um mosquito mesh nylon, 1500 mesh/square inch. Floor: 20 D ripstop nylon, laminated, factory seam taped 1'500 mm water column. Poles: DAC Featherlite NFL 9 mm TH72M Aluminium DAC Featherlite NFL 8.5 mm TH72M Aluminium

- Tahoe Mountain Sports

The Exped Mira II Hyperlite Tent is a 3 season backpacking tent for 1 to 2 people. The Mira II is great, but turning it Hyperlite allows Exped to drop the weight down to a maximum of 3.3lbs. Sounds like way more fun to pack that in your backpack. The floor allows a whole ton of space for one, or space for two, or maybe you and a four legged pup. The Dual vestibules allow you to store gear away from the rain and out of the way of the usable space inside the actual tent. Or go without the fly and enjoy the cool breeze through the mesh Upper. Get outdoors, sleep in this tent. Features of the Exped Mira II Hyperlite Tent Single ridge pole with two short crossing poles Free-standing endoskeleton design, ultralight fabrics Fits two Exped M or LW mats Two vestibules, two doors Hook the tent cord can be quickly and easily attached to a variety of objects Rainfly is easily attached to the canopy with side release buckles on color coded straps Coloured zippers, which Are also reflective and luminous at night Poles, pegs, and repair kit Are stowed in separate compartments Outer and inner tent can be packed separately End caps of the tent pole segments can be removed to shorten the shock cord within the poles in cold weather or for repairs to the pole Each occupant has the comfort of a separate door and vestibule Arc pole at the head end increases comfort for sleeping

- Moosejaw

Expect a lighter hike, more internal space, and versatile weather protection when you pack Exped's Mira II HL Tent for your next backpacking tent. Its thin rain fly works with the laminated floor to provide superb protection in wet weather, while the canopy breathes and ventilates with mesh doors. There are two vestibules for each backpack, and the DAC Featherlite NFL poles assure a secure setup while keeping a weight to a mere three pounds.

- Backcountry.com

The Exped Mira II Hyperlite 2P Backpacking Tent offers a combination of space and light weight comfort for two. The canopy design combines large mesh panels with solid fabric walls. With a free standing designs, maximum floor space and two vestibules you'll have plenty of room to sit up, read, get dressed without out bumping into your tent mate.-- Single ridge pole with two short crossing poles-- Free standing endoskeleton design-- Ultralight fabrics-- Two vestibules, two doors

- OMCgear

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