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Flame's Creed 1 Person 20D Silnylon Tent

Flame's Creed 1 Person 20D Silnylon Tent

Regular price $129.95 USD
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This is quite a unique tent in today's market! With an extremely innovative shape, it allows for enough headroom to comfortably live in, while still being exceptionally wind and snow resistant due to the low angles it exhibits. However, it's most notable feature is definitely the HUGE vestibule!

A lot of tents claim large vestibule space outside the door, but this one is next level - you should have no trouble sitting in your sleeping bag cooking breakfast in the vestibule while it's raining out. 

This design also allows for an absolute ton of breathability on nice days when you can leave the second half of the rain fly off! You still have plenty of privacy as well. 

Weighing in at a featherlight 1.91lbs (870g) it is literally half the weight of many of its competitors, if not even less!

This is a double walled tent, which means that the fly and the inner can be set up completely separately. This is great for setting up the tent in the rain, because you can put the fly up first, and then attach the inner mesh section so that it doesn't get wet! It also keeps any tent condensation (from your breath) from dripping on you in the morning after a cold night, which is very nice!

It also means that on a nice night you can set up the tent without the rain fly and enjoy the clean air and nice sky views! Not a common feature in a tent of this weight. 

Many tents in this weight range are what is called "single walled," which is essentially when the rain fly is stitched directly to the mesh, so you can touch it while sitting inside your tent. The advantage of this is that it can be slightly lighter, however you miss out on all the advantages listed above - and this tent manages to be just as light WHILE being double walled!

Is a trekking pole tent right for you?

This is a trekking pole tent, which means it has none of its own tent poles. You use two trekking poles to prop up the corners, and then simply stake down the edges. The benefit of this is that you no longer have to carry big heavy tent poles that are easily broken, and the setup is an absolute breeze! Now you may be thinking that this sounds unstable, or unreliable if ground conditions aren't ideal, but trust me - these tents are used by people who spend 6 months at a time living in them in every adverse condition imaginable, and they are still able to set them up pretty much anywhere - which means that you can too! Have some faith in yourself!

What if I don't like hiking with trekking poles?

That is perfectly fine! We actually sell some extremely lightweight yet sturdy carbon fiber tent poles for this exact tent for a very reasonable price, and they'll only add a couple ounces to your tent, keeping it well under 2lbs! Still lighter than most comparable tents! We even have some insanely light carbon fiber trekking poles that you can simply carry on your backpack, in case you decide you'd rather carry something more multi-functional than a carbon fiber rod!


Trail weight: 870g
Weight list: outer tent *1(325G) , inner tent *1(335G) ,Tent Vestibule *1(95G)

Outer tent: 20D double silicon nylon (waterproof index 5000MM)
Tent Vestibule: 20D double silicon nylon
Inner Tent: 20D nylon breathable gauze +20D silicone nylon (waterproof index 6000MM)
Bottom of Tent: 20D silicone waterproof nylon
Inner size: 220*120*100cm (L*W*H) (See pictures for a more detailed breakdown!)

Also Included: 8 tent stakes (Aluminum!), guy-lines, and two heat repair patches specifically for use on the tent floor. 

Packed Size: 32*15CM

Also should be noted that this tent is made in the same factory as 3F UL Gear tents like the Lanshan 2 Pro, so quality is fantastic. 

NOTE: The silnylon that these tents are made of is sewn together, and those seams are often not sealed perfectly when shipped, regardless of brand - it's just part of buying tents made out of certain types of materials! I would recommend buying some seam sealer (in the "Everything Else" section of our site) and following a simple YouTube video to touch-up the seams before you take it out on an extremely rainy trip. It only takes a few minutes and is well worth it if you're buying a Nylon based tent! Many websites forget to mention this, so I just wanted to make sure you didn't end up wet on your first night out! 

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