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This four-wall UltaMid 4 Insert features "no-see-um" mesh and a DyneemaA(R) Composite Fabrics floor for adventurers who want to keep the bugs at bay and gear dry. Built to fit into the UltaMid 4 the 100 waterproof DCF11 bathtub-style base ensures excellent protection in inclement weather. The insert is marginally smaller than the perimeter of the UltaMid so it never touches the walls and keeps condensation to a minimum.Weight1.76 lbs 28.18 oz 799gFeaturesMade in the USATop center-pole point reinforced with Hardline with DyneemaA(R)Adjustable shock cord with glove hooks attach corners to shelterVertical two-way zipper running from floor to shelter door with two horizontal zippers running the width of the floor allows for easy exit and entryComes with an X-Large Drawstring Stuff Sack for storageSewn-in guy line for tying back door panelsDCF11 DyneemaA(R) Composite Fabrics (formerly Cuben Fiber) bathtub floorCenter of floor reinforced with DCH150 patch for pole contact pointCarabiner included for hanging without center pole supportWeight: 1.76 lbs 28.18 oz 799gMaterials:No-See-Um meshDCF11Click here to learn more about our fabrics.Dimensions:Width: 101" 256.5cmLength: 101" 256.5cmHeight: 75" 190.5cm
- Hyperlite Mountain Gear
Hyperlite Mountain Gear's UltaMid 4 Insert with DCF11 Floor shields you from the creepy insects who want to join you on ultralight backpacking trips. Weighing a little over a pound, the compact UltaMid takes up little space in your pack, and you'll barely notice its weight on steep ascents. No-see-um mesh allows plenty of airflow for summers in the alpine or shoulder seasons in the desert, and it makes sure you don't wake up with a snake on your face. The Dyneema bathtub floor is surprisingly durable for how light the tent weighs, and it's very resilient against wet and rocky ground. There's a vertical two-way zipper that opens one of the walls completely. Hyperlite designed this mesh bivy to fit inside the UltaMid for buggy backpacking trips, and it requires one trekking pole (not included) for a proper setup. It can also be set up without a tarp when the skies are clear.
Current Retail: $495.00
Historic Range: $371.00-$495.00