The DD SuperLight Pathfinder Mesh Tent can be used independently as a warm weather bug protected tent or combined with the Superlight Pathfinder Tent for a more traditional 2 layer tent.
DD Hammocks says:
Simple to pitch, easy to pack, ultra-light to carry
The DD SuperLight - Pathfinder Mesh Tent is designed to be as light as possible and set up in no time: simply prop up the foot end with the spreader bar provided, and the top end with a Hiking Pole. At 162cm wide at the head end, it is an ideal insect-proof camping option for couples sleeping side by side, whilst the 110cm height makes sure you never feel cramped.
Bug-proof with a waterproof floor
Spacious enough for two campers side by side, the Pathfinder Mesh Tent features fine insect mesh that’ll keep any size of bug at bay. Its floor has a 3,000mm PU coating, giving you protection from wet ground. This tent is designed to be used in conjuction with the DD SuperLight - Pathfinder Tent, to provide a fully waterproof and bug-proof camping system (but setting up a DD SuperLight Tarp overhead will ensure you are kept safe from the rain too!) This tent comes with 6 of our strong SuperLight pegs and 2 black SuperLight guy-lines, however also included with every tent are 2 extra spare pegs, and a full set of fluorescent guy-lines. This means that you can choose between stealthy black, or bright guy-lines for visibility at night.
DD Hammock's DD Superlight Pathfinder Mesh Tent is made of ultra-fine bug mesh and protects you against all sorts of biting insects. This makes the Superlight Pathfinder Mesh Tent ideal for use in warmer but dry conditions. It can be rigged by using a pole or just suspended from an overhead point which is very handy if you find yourself constantly changing to unknown layouts.
It's spacious for a solo camper plus a rucksack, or comfortable for 2 people. Ideally it would be combined with the DD Superlight Pathfinder Tent (sold separately) to give it an outer waterproof layer, creating a 2 layer tent. Overall a great solution when travelling light or for minimal backpacking.
- Reviewed by BasecampGear
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