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DD Hammocks Superlight A-Frame Tent

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D D Hammocks
(2 Item(s) In Stock)
To use with its mesh counterpart or on its own.
£ 117.00
£ 99.45


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  1. The DD SuperLight - A-Frame Tent is designed to be used on top of the DD Superlight - A-Frame Mesh Tent (sold separately) to create a 2-layer set-up with 3 separate entrances.

    The DD SuperLight - A-Frame Tent is a great solution when travelling, or for minimalist backpacking. Designed to be supported at either end using hiking poles, this tent fits into one small bag - and at just 730g (excluding pegs/guys) it won't weigh you down!

    Spacious enough for 2 people plus rucksacks, the DD SuperLight A-Frame Tent has a 3,000mm PU coating and 3 doors, the larger of which can be raised to form an entrance canopy - so it'll keep you dry in stormy weather while its air vents prevent condensation inside.

    The DD SuperLight A-Frame Tent can be used either on its own as a day shelter, or in conjunction with the A-FRAME MESH TENT for backpacking adventures.

    Designed to be used with Hiking poles or DD tarp pole
  2. - Suitable for 2 people (plus rucksacks)
    - Taped seams
    - Extra loops on the edges, to guy out for extra stability in windy conditions
    - 3 zippered entrances: one on each end and one on the side
    - Eyelets at both ends to affix structural hiking poles
    - Includes 13 Superlight pegs and 4 guylines to secure the tent to the ground
  3. Size: L: 345cm, W: 150cm, H: 115cm
    Packed size: 29cm x 14cm x 6cm
    Colour: Olive green
    Weight: 730g (excl. pegs and guy lines)
    Includes: Tent, 13 x Superlight pegs, 4 x guylines (2m) and Stuff sack

Customer reviews
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Yet to use.
David S.
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Great tent. Easy erection. Very rigid.
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Great lightweight tent that I used to stay in between legs on a navigation course.

Really versatile - we used with bunges between trees and walking poles to support.

There seemed to be a lot of sway in high wind due to no ridge pole, may be that the lines needed a much larger spread. Would pobably use a lower profile trekking tent or bivvy for extreme conditions.

My partners poles could support the side panel but we tried the differnt zips/ access patterns to try cooking in a side porch.
Nathan H.
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Great bit of versatile kit.

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