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The Haven NetTent is the perfect companion for the Haven Tarp. It's specifically designed for hikers looking for an ultralight double-wall shelter option. With an overall length of 88" (224 cm) and vertical end walls, the Haven NetTent will accommodate the tallest hikers. The Haven can be paired with the Haven NetTent to form a fully enclosed, two-person, double-walled shelter with a bathtub floor. The Haven Bundle can be found here.
The peak of the tent has been shifted forward towards the head of the tent. This means when you sit up, you're correctly positioned at the peak of the tent. In a reclined position the netting is kept well off your face. The 44" (112 cm) width of the peak easily allows two people to sit up and do chores in comfort.
Dual doors allow each person has their own exit. No more crawling over your partner in the dark of night.
Unlike most net tents that slope directly from the peak to the floor. The Haven NetTent has vertical walls at either end which raises the netting off your face and feet, allows for a smaller footprint and more usable interior space.
The Haven NetTent easily clips into the Haven Tarp after the tarp has been set up. Setting up the tent in the rain is a simple matter of setting up the tarp, crawling in, then unfolding and hanging the Haven NetTent. This keeps the Haven NetTent dry. When taking down the tent in the rain, simply reverse the process. Store the Haven NetTent in your pack to keep it dry and place the Haven Tarp in an outside pocket of your pack.
NetTent, Stuff Sacks, Guy lines
12" X 4.5"
16 oz - 450 g
6 (not included)
Two 45" Poles
Dual Side Entry
27 ft2 - 2.5 m2
44”X 88” - 112X224 cm
|30D Silicone Coated Nylon
1. Weight does not include stakes or poles.
2. Support poles sold separately.
Set-Up Instructions can be found here.
This is a top tier ultra light backpackers tent. I dont use the stuff sack it weighed in without the stuff sack at 14 oz. Set up is a breeze with plenty of headroom. I used my own trek poles. I did not purchase the tarp I used my own siltarp for coverage from the elements my total weight for tent was 1lb. 14 oz. Pro tip: buy some .9 gauge aluminium chain link fence ties as tent stakes (they look just like tent stakes) I use 16 they weigh in at 3 ounces. 100 pack for 25.00 90% cheaper and lighter than anything on the market.
So far I love it. Iam 6'3" and backpack with a 95 pound English Labrador. Had plenty of space. Quality seems great. I live in Arizona and took it out on memorial weekend on a trip up the west fork of the little colorado river. I had a 24 inch pine tree fall in camp and the lower branches landed on the tent. I thought for sure it would easily break the mesh, well it didn't even leave a mark. Will put more use and time on it, but satisfied with the purchase so far.