Here's what other sites are saying:
Sea to Summit Camp & Hike Escapist Inner Bug Tent 1 - 1 Person 1 Season-Yellow 505T. They canalso be pitched without an Escapist Tarp shelter by using trekking poles guy lines tent stakes or trees.
The Sea to Summit Escapist Bug Tent is a mesh tent for keeping off the creepy crawlies under your tarp. Built for hanging underneath the Escapist Tarp, but capable of being pitched with trekking poles, guy lines, trees and stakes, this lightweight tent is a great option in warm, dry weather as well. The floor and short sidewalls Are made with 15D Ultra-Sil Nano to keep you dry on damp grounds or during a light rain. Features of the Sea to Summit Escapist Bug Tent 15D Ultra-Sil Nano floor and walls with curved zip entrance Ultra-Mesh Upper is strong and durable
Sometimes persistent insects or splash from a hard rain threaten to ruin a good night's sleep under a tarp. The Escapist Mesh Inners from Sea to Summit have no poles and are designed to hang under their Escapist Tarps. They can also be pitched without an Escapist Tarp by using trekking poles, guy lines, tent stakes and trees. The Ultra-Mesh Bug Tent has a 15D Ultra-Sil Nano seam taped tub floor with generous side skirt and has a zippered door. In heavy rain an extra ground sheet is recommended.
- Summit Hut
If you're not remotely worried about the weather, or want a little bug protection to go with your lightweight Escapist Tarp, toss the Sea to Summit Escapist Inner Bug Tent into your pack. It's so small and light you won't even notice it's there, but it'll give you full-on bug protection so you won't have to worry about bites or listen to the incessant HMMMMMM that makes you actually go a little bit crazy. No poles are required--it ties to the Escapist Tarp, or sets up on its own using trekking poles, trees, stakes, and guy lines--and it's designed to hold two people in comfortable, bug-free bliss.
Designed to be hung under a Sea to Summit Escapist tarp, the poleless Sea to Summit Escapist Inner 2P Bug Tent lets 2 sleep unbothered by insects or rain splash on their fast-and-light treks.
Where to Buy
Help support this site by making your next gear purchase through one of the links above. Click a link, buy what you need, and the seller will contribute a portion of the purchase price to support Trailspace's independent gear reviews.