Lightweight and solid polyester flysheet fabric has high resistance to UV, does not age and retains its properties during prolonged exposure to sunlight and heat
Lightweight, very strong and flexible thin-walled rods made of stainless duralumin alloy, resistant to high loads in the mountains. Precise design and surface finish minimise the risk of punctures.
It is a thin waterproof polyurethane layer applied several times on the inside of the tropic.Depending on the number of layers of coating, the tropic is resistant to water pressure up to 4000mm (Extreme and Hiking series), 3000mm (Trekking and Family series) and 2500mm (Outdoor series). The coating retains its elasticity even at very low temperatures well below freezing.
The spacious and light semi-geodetic tent with very good stability in the wind is suitable for mountaineering, hiking and for anyone who appreciates its rigid construction with three poles and four crossing points. It has an exceptionally spacious vestibule and low weight.
Rain fly is made of Polyester with a polyurethane coating, guaranteeing a water column of 4,000 mm. The seams are taped with waterproof tape.
The floor is made of Nylon with a Polyurethane coating, providing a 10,000mm water column.
The rods consist of duralumin segments (7001 T6) with a diameter of 9.5 mm.
|Weight without inner tent
|⌀17 x 53 cm
|Number of people
|2 - 3
|Amount of enterances
|Amount of vents
|Number of poles / crossing points
|3 / 4
|Buildable without a bedroom
|Height of tent (bedroom)
|125 (120) cm
|Number of pins
|Material of poles
|Dural 7001 T6
|Polyester, PU coating 4 000mm H2O
|Nylon, PU coating 10 000mm H2O
The tent is double-layered and consists of an inner tent and an outer layer - rain fly. The inner tent has a trapezoidal floor plan with one entrance. The tent has a spacious vestibule with two entrances. The vestibule can be used to store luggage, or provide leeward when cooking.
The tent is based on the principle that the tent pole structure strung in the sleeves is outside the rain fly. Rain fly and the inner tent (which is suspended under the tropiko) are erected at the same time after threading the rods through the sleeves. The advantage of this method is that the inner tent can be detached from the rain fly and the tropic can then be erected separately. This will give us a single-shell tent without a floor.
It is located at the top of the dome of the rain fly. The canopies of the ventilation windows are shaped so that they are not folded by the wind, if necessary they can be closed with Velcro fasteners. This prevents leakage even during rain with strong wind.
Building a Tent
Put the tent poles of the structure through the sleeves outside the rain fly and insert the ends of the tent poles into the brass eyes on the loops of the lower edge of the rain fly. Then we fasten the buckles on the straps and on the ground inside the tent and the rain fly is set up. We fasten the inner tent to the loops on the inside of the rain fly. We anchor the erected tent with pegs and cords and fasten it with plastic clips.