Our simplest solo tent, the fully free standing Unna is supremely easy to pitch nearly anywhere - rocky shores, narrow ridgelines, dense forests (or, of course, even on perfect tent sites) - and it boasts an impressive amount of interior space. It is ideal for journeys in any season where low weight is a high priority, and where the terrain makes for tricky pitching conditions. Rather than a vestibule, the Unna has a spacious interior that easily accommodates the occupant and gear - or, in a pinch, two people. And by disconnecting a corner of the inner tent, one can create a virtual vestibule and keep the inner tent dry while entering or exiting in rainy conditions. Its dome design handles snow loading well, and its roominess and light weight lend themselves very well to mobile journeys, where you pitch your tent each day. Little wonder then that it has become a favorite of paddle tourers, year round backpackers, mountaineers, cycle tourers and casual campers alike.
- Kerlon 1200 outer tent fabric and 9 mm
poles make for a very lightweight yet
very stable tent.
- All season construction: outer tent walls
extend to the ground and mesh areas are
backed with adjustable fabric panels.
- Dome construction with two poles provides
remarkable strength and generous
head room while keeping the weight low.
- The Unna has plenty of room for one
occupant and his or her gear.
- Linked but separable inner and outer
tent for simultaneous pitching.
- Fully free standing dome design requires
no pegs for pitching, and the simple full
sleeve and tensioner pole system make
for quick, easy set up.
- The single entrance configuration affords
easy access and a spacious interior. If
desired, a corner of the inner can be disconnected
to create a virtual vestibule.
- An optional footprint covers the entire
area of the tent. It connects directly to
the tent, and can be left attached during