Hyperlite Mountain Gear UltaMid 4 Mesh Insert, No Floor

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

You wouldn't think there were bugs high up in the alpine, but the bites on your face say otherwise, so slip Hyperlite Mountain Gear's Floorless UltaMid 4 Mesh Insert in your UltaMid 4 Shelter for a bug-free environment on your next ultralight backpacking escapade. This no-see-um mesh shelter tucks under the UltaMid 4 for extra protection without hindering the shelter's overall ventilation, and the adjustable shockcords connect to the shelter for secure attachments. The top, center-pole point pairs with the shelter perfectly, and it allows the mesh insert to be set up without the shelter, if you want protection from bugs but not weather.

- Backcountry.com

We designed our four-wall UltaMid 4 Insert with no-see-um mesh to keep the bugs at bay. They'll have to work really hard to creep up under this pyramid tent; the UltaMid 4 Insert has a mesh skirt that tucks under and inside the shelter. To alleviate condensation, we made the inserts a bit smaller than the perimeter of the UltaMid, so the netting never touches the walls. Ultralight purists traveling with partners will save weight and have less bulk to pack with this pyramid tent insert. Heading to the rainforest or the wilds of Alaska? Choose the UltaMid 4 Insert with DCF11 Floor option.

- Hyperlite Mountain Gear

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previously retailed for:
$127.50 - $170.00

The Hyperlite Mountain Gear UltaMid 4 Mesh Insert, No Floor is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen May 29, 2019 at Backcountry.com.

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