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Lunar Solo Backpacking Tent

Regular price$260.00
The award-winning Lunar Solo is a single person ultralight tent.
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⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Happiest 5 years and counting

"Have spent over 200 nights since first buying my Lunar Solo back in 2016. It has seen conditions to -20°C up to +38°C. Above the Arctic Circle into the deserts of Israel. Down from the Dead Sea up to the open Tundra. A great shelter for great adventures." - Andrei

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Requires One Pole
26 oz - 740 g Solo Backpacking Tent

Save money with the award-winning Lunar Solo tent – and buy more of the ultralight gear on your list.

With the Lunar Solo tent, sacrifice nothing but extra weight – ultralight, sturdy, weather-tight*, and comfortable. The unique hexagonal design and steep, sloping sides help deflect high winds and shed snow, keeping you safe from the elements. The spacious 26 sq. ft. living space and extra 8.5 sq. ft. vestibule means there’s plenty of room for you AND your gear (or your favorite 4-legged friend).

*To completely repel water, shelters need to have sealer applied to the seams before use.

*Shelters including a seam sealing service may not ship immediately.


Made with 100% Silicone-coated Polyester material to reduce fabric stretch and pack volume.

20D canopy and 40D floor keeps the Lunar Solo light but rugged.

6-in deep bathtub floor helps prevent splash back.

6-in mesh lining above the bathtub floor increases ventilation and keeps you further from the canopy walls, so you stay nice and dry.

26 sq. ft. of living space with a peak height of 49 inches – plenty of room for all kinds of seated tasks. Canopy creates an 8.5sq. ft. vestibule for added protection during storms.

Easily pitched with one adjustable trekking pole to 49 inch peak*.

For detailed setup instructions, check out Lunar Solo - The Perfect Pitch.


• Full Vestibule provides protection while still maintaining good ventilation when closed. Fully open, the vestibule maximizes ventilation and view.
• High Vent
removes excess moisture build up.
Zipper Vestibule Closure makes opening and closing the vestibule a snap.
• Easy Tensioning Adjustment makes keeping the tent taut easy to accomplish from the warmth of your sleeping bag. (Re-tension straps have been added to all tie out points.)
• Floating Canopy
allows the canopy to be set to different heights.
• Floating Floor reduces floor stress and helps to minimize punctures from sharp objects.
• Optimized Sleeping Area is oriented to maximize usable space, ventilation, and view. A peak height of 49 inches gives you plenty of headroom.

• Center Pole Support significantly improves the ability of the tent to handle wind and snow loads.
• Single Hiking Pole Support reduces the amount of gear need.
• Internal Gear Area keeps your gear easily accessible.
• Oversized Screen Door allows easy entrance and exit while keeping the front pole out of your way.
• Ultralight Waterproof Canopy is made from high strength 20 denier Silicone Polyester.
• Handy Mesh Cargo Pocket to keep all your essentials close at hand.
• Extremely Easy Setup in less than two minutes under any conditions.



Ships With
Pack Size

Tent, Stuff Sacks, Guy Lines
11" X 4.5"
26 oz - 740 g
6 (Sold Separately)
Green, Gray


Floor Area
Vestibule Area
Inner Dimensions

Single 49" Pole (Not Included)
Side Entry
26.252 ft - 2.4 m2
8.5 ft2 - .8 m2
90" x 48" - 228 x 121 cm


Hydrostatic Head

20D Silicone Coated Polyester
40D Silicone Coated Polyester
#3 YKK
3,000 mm

Customer Reviews

Based on 228 reviews
Excellent shelter

I’ve had my lunar solo for coming up on a year (bought July 2022). It has seen beautiful weather, also high winds, heavy rains, below freezing temperatures, and some humid and muggy nights. All while keeping me comfortable, dry, and protected. It feels sturdy and secure for an ultralight tent. Also having great ventilation. The following are my opinions about the Lunar Solo based on my experience. Take it for what it’s worth :).

Pros: price, weight, and quality are basically unbeatable for a 1.5lb shelter. It’s quite easy to setup, don’t let those videos of difficult setup scare you. If you can set a tent you’ll be fine. Very spacious floor space. Neo air pad fits easily and ample room for a 65-75 L pack next to you inside. I’m 5’10” and neither my head or feet touch ends while laying down. It has a hanging clip inside that’s nice for a head lamp or thermometer. Take the time to guy out the walls it increases the space you can sit up in by a lot. It also reduces wind flap on the whole tent. I also love the prusik knot of the front door guy line that allows for a more ventilated opening while still covering some of the vestibule. The material is thick enough it is not see through. So you have privacy. There’s many more pros but that gets you some info.

Cons: you gotta seam seal it or have it seam sealed :-/. I seam sealed the tent myself, not bad took an hour but I took my time. I got the green color it’s nice but I think I’d prefer the grey. Better ambient lighting in the mornings. The mesh on the tent is fragile it does not like to be roughly stuffed in the stuff sack, so I recommend you fold it up and roll it up to get it back in the stuff sack. Sometimes the mesh has to be massaged to remove the bunching up of it. It has NOT torn and since I fold and roll it up it reduces the mesh issue. But it’s UL so there’s care needed there. Sitting up there’s not a ton of places you can sit fully up on your air pad without touching the ceiling. Not a deal breaker just be aware (I’m 5’10”). It will flap in the wind if you don’t guy out the side walls. It’s easy to over tighten the tension adjusters and put too much tension on the front zipper. Make sure you have it closed before you adjust after staking it. If the ground is rocky it can take a while to pitch the tent. Sometimes I use big rocks instead of staking it still gets a decent pitch. There are probably some more but those are the main things I can think of.

Overall, this is a fantastic shelter option. I cannot speak more highly of it. I would definitely recommend it! For $260 you have as much space inside as some two man tents and it’s sub two pounds for the two to three hundred dollar range. Great deal! Just say yes, after almost a year it’s in great condition!


I use my Lunar Solo since three years now, most time when traveling with my motorbike, and I love, how much safe space this small package offers.
The (green) one I purchased now is my son's birthday-present, he couldn't find a better one.
He will use it more than I do for what it is made for, hiking and bicycle-Trips.

Michael Blanchard
Real Nice Tent

I was looking for a lightweight tent that was durable at the same time. This seems to be it!! There is a big learning curve trying to get setup just right. Took a couple of hours to get it right, but I can set this tent up anywhere now. Used it for the first time last night 10-15 MPH wind not bit of breeze in the tent. LOTS OF ROOM for one person. I'm 6'2" and have lots of head and foot room, plus room for my backpack. The only concern that I have is the wear and tear the guidelines seem to take, I carry extra cord that size anyway. Might want to replace the guidelines once a year or so. I highly recommend this tent!!!

First impressions with my first single wall trekking tent

First of all I would like to say how good the customer service was with this company. I ordered the tent from BC, Canada and they had it shipped and delivered in 3 days. When I had a question, they answered the phone promptly, and were pleasant to deal with. First tent that I had to seam seal. I had read previous reviews and decided to do it myself, ensuring a neat finish. Took some time to do it properly. The tent is easy enough to pitch. I can see it being a little tricker without level ground. Once in the garage to seam seal, and then I took it camping one night in some wet miserable weather. No leaks, some condensation, but better than I expected. Wiped down the inside with a micro fibre cloth. Enough headroom to sit up for a six foot person. Stayed dry in the tent. Looking forward to this lightweight tent for overnight hiking trips. I have used bivys in the past. They will be put aside. This tent being approx 2lbs, will be my new trekking tent replacement. Lots of room in this shelter, like a 1.5 person tent. The instructional videos made the set up relatively easy. The tyvek footprint is the perfect size. Will wash a few times to soften up. Had no wind so I can’t comment on that, but I’m sure with all 8 guy lines being used, it should be decent. I like the ability to slide open the front vestibule for a better view and air flow. This is a single wall tent so it will have some limitations vs a double wall tent. My one concern is that the floating floor could let in rain from splash back. We will see how it performs in the long run for durability, plus windy situations, thus giving it a 4/5 rating. Sounds like for the most part, they stand behind their product, and they follow up with customer service for any warranty issues.

Thomas Lehecka
Solid in wind

Awesome tent in rugged conditions. My son and I setup our tents in 40+ mph winds in Patagonia. My Nemo Hornet was flattened to the ground by wind. My son's Lunar was rock solid. Very impressive.