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Macpac Sololight Hiking Tent

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Macpac Sololight Hiking Tent

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Our lightest tent yet, the Sololight is two-season solo tent, perfect for the weight-conscious hiker.
  • Product Description
    If you want to travel solo, fast and light, the Sololight is the tent you’ve been looking for. Engineered for minimal weight, optimal space and weather protection, the Sololight has earned its name. The tent weighs in at just 1.29 kg, and with a single ridge pole, plus two small struts at each end, the Sololight tent maximises liveable volume. The factory seam-sealed fly is constructed with UV20™ PE fabric, a quality material that strikes the balance between weight and performance. Coated with silicone on the outside to repel moisture and PE on the inside for waterproofness, UV20™ PE offers the weather protection you need during the summer. The Sololight utilises mesh extensively throughout the inner, allowing greater airflow for comfort in warmer climates. A generous vestibule provides space for cooking and gear. We've incorporated the Multi-Pitch™ system, allowing you to pitch the fly independent of the inner so that the inner stays dry when packing up in wet conditions. The DAC Featherlite NSL™ poles are green anodised, minimising the use of toxic chemicals during the production process, while also providing strength and stability. The Sololight is designed to support a single person hiking below the snowline in summer. Lighter than the four-season Microlight tent, the Microlight is a better option if you wish to camp above the snowline in all seasons.
  • Design features
    Seam sealed fly
    All fabrics and components optimised to save weight
    Fly door has two sliders to allow for more airflow if desired
    Internal stash pocket for your essentials




  • Product Specifications
    Outer FabricUV20™ PE - 20D Polyester Ripstop, with PE Coating
    Tent Inner Fabric40D Nylon Ripstop
    Main Fabric Hydrostatic Head (mm)1200
    Floor Fabric40D Nylon Ripstop, with PU Coating
    Floor Area (m2)1.68
    Pole TypeDAC Featherlite NSL 8.5 mm / 9 mm
    Pole Count3
    Pitching SystemMulti-Pitch™  
    Persons1
    Vestibule Size (m2)0.59
    Dimensions HxWxD (cm)48 x 11 (rolled size)
    Weight (g)1290 (Max), 830 (Min)
  • Care
    When required, clean your tent with pure soap (non-detergent) or Nikwax Tech Wash® and a soft-bristled brush or sponge
    Rinse well and dry in a well-ventilated area out of direct sunlight
    After washing your tent we recommend that you reproof the fly with Nikwax Tent & Gear SolarProof®







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Took this tent on Kangaroo Island trail - it was awesome !!
June 29, 2019
Purchased
5 months ago
Light weight, good in rain and wind
Got this tent a year ago for a three day hike at the Prom. Had heavy rain on the second night and stayed dry and warm. Took it up to Mt Feathertop recently and had high wind overnight, and the tent held up perfectly. At under 1.3 kilos it is a great hiking tent.
April 29, 2019
Very good tent.
I bought this tent just before Christmas for the Souch Coast Track (Tasmania). We did the walk in the 1st week of March.....7 nights, great weather..luckily.
No problems at all with the tent. Really liked the high roof compared to other 1 person tents. My old joints are a bit stiff...but I was able to change clothing inside the tent without too much difficulty.
The vestibule will shelter a large pack, but at Little Deadmans Bay a rat chewed a hole through it,s tough wall....I brought it into the tent with me.....plenty of room.
I like this tent, and my Macpac Olympus and old Macpac Coocoon. Robert
March 22, 2018
Withstood heavy South West Tassie weather
I just got back from an overnight hike up Mt Picton, in Tasmania's South West National Park. We had wonderful weather on the way to the top, but as we descended a bit to camp as the sunset, a southerly change arrived.

We later saw gusts of winds over 100km/h were recorded at kunanyi/Mt Wellington that night, and it certainly felt like that at our campsite, coupled with driving rain.

3 of us had a tent each. The MSR Hubba snapped a pole at 3am, which tore through the side wall of the tent. He squeezed into the other tent, a Wilderness Equipment Second Arrow. This stayed up over night, but did allow a fair bit of moisture in.

I stayed dry all night in the sololight! It certainly wasn't 100% upright when the sun came up, and I got buffeted about inside by walls moving with each gust, but I was dry, and my gear in the vestibule was also dry.

Pitching and tear down is super easy. And for that I was again thankful to be able to pack up and get off the mountain in short order once the sun rose, because that certainly didn't stop the wind and rain!

I was amazed and impressed and very thankful for this hard working little tent.
January 3, 2018
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Can I set up the macpac sololight tramping tent in the rain? Can i pitch the outer then crawl inside and set up the inner?
Tory N on May 29, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Basically you can't because the central pole is attached to the inner tent so it has to go up first. If you wish to pitch the tent in the rain you'll have to work quickly. However, I've just thought of something. In the tent equipment there is an extra strap that is used to hold the central pole in it's bowed shape when you do wish to just pitch the outer shell. If you use this then it SHOULD be possible to pitch the outer first and then attach the inner from the inside. I haven't done it this way as I've never pitched the tent in the rain. I'd practise it in the dry before trying it in the rain.
How fo i attach the inner to fly when using both? Sololight Tent (new)
Sally T on Apr 25, 2019
BEST ANSWER: There are two ways in which you attach the inner and outer sections. First, at either end of the tent there is an oval ring into which you insert the tube shaped attacher. Second, on the inside of the fly there are two velcro bands which you attach to the metal poles. It's not the easiest tent to pitch but it has just kept me dry in a couple of rain storms and a snow storm in Pine Valley Tasmania.