Spacious. Secure. Durable. The Lunar Duo – Outfitter is the perfect lightweight shelter at the perfect price.
The Lunar Duo – Outfitter provides the backcountry traveler with an unsurpassed amount of space, comfort, and durability at a low cost. Invite the gang over for a hand of cards – there’s plenty of room. And with the durable 190T Polyester construction, you don’t have to worry about Fido’s claws causing any damage, so invite him along, too.
*We do not offer Seam Sealing Service for our Skyscape Scout and Lunar Duo Outfitter. These shelters are made of 190T Polyurethane coated polyester that requires Gear Aid's Seam Grip Plus FC to seam seal.
|Spacious||This tent is at home in a campground as much as atop a windswept ridge and large enough for four adults to sit and play a game of cards.|
|Secure||No matter how bad the weather, you can batten down the hatches for a comfortable night's sleep.|
|Ultralight||Lunar Duo offers no compromises despite the fact that it’s less than half the weight of your traditional tent.|
The Lunar Duo offers the most interior room of any tent in its class and weight range. Dual curved poles located on either side create a unique arched roof. Combined with a tent height of 45 inches and a width of 54 inches leaves so much interior space you've got room to spare.
With dual oversize vestibules, each person has plenty of weatherproof storage for gear. The Lunar Duo's two vestibules can be deployed to multiple positions. When fully open, it provides maximum cross ventilation, keeping you cool and those pesky mosquitoes at bay. They can be raised or lowered, ensuring that you can achieve the optimum configuration for the weather you're likely to encounter. The Lunar Duo's vertical sidewalls prevent rain falling into the tent.
Like all our shelters the Lunar Duo is designed to be pitched with adjustable trekking poles or with our fixed length aluminum or carbon fiber poles (sold separately).
Tent, Stuff Sacks, Guy lines
15" X 6"
57 oz - 1.6 kg
6 (not included)
Two 45" Poles
Dual Side Entry
34 ft2 - 3.2 m2
12 ft2 - 1.1 m2
7075 Aluminum Poles
1. Weight does not include stakes or pole. 2. Support poles sold separately.
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Overall this is a pretty good tent for the price. We set it up on a ground tarp of silnylon. The top is little tricky to get tight on uneven ground but otherwise it works great. Room for 2 with gear in the vestibules. Great job Six Moons!
My wife purchase the duo a year or so ago. She loved it! I was using a high rated hammock. It was good but difficult to use on the ground when no trees where suitable for hanging. So I decided to try it out. I'm very impressed. Set up is an ease. There's room to move around while keeping your gear inside and it's even comfortable for changing your clothes inside of.
Just got back from a 4-day backpacking trip in the White Mountains (NH), and the Lunar Duo Outfitter was great. Plenty of room for two people, and easy to set up (I have the Lunar Solo too, so I was used to setting up this style of tent). We stored our packs in the vestibules one night, but we kept them inside the tent the other two nights and still had plenty of room. I liked the curved poles that provide a wider ceiling and more head room. The one change I would suggest is to have a loop attached to the bathtub floor that would wrap around the trekking pole handle on each side of the tent. This would make it easier to stretch out the bathtub floor. The Lunar Solo has one of these loops and I think it works well. Not a big deal though. This is a great tent at a great price, and I highly recommend it.
I love this tent. I have the SMD Skyskape Scout already and love it for solo trips but needed something more roomy for 2 adults. The Lunar Duo has enough interior room for 2 23” pads and the vestibules are big enough for all of my gear (or a couple of dogs). The construction is superb! I’m 6’1” and have plenty of headroom and foot-room. Can’t wait for the parks and trails to open back up so I can really test it out further.
This tent is perfectly long and wide enough for a couple and a dog. The use of hiking poles instead of a frame is a genius idea to drop weight. Depending on if you are on a platform or ground, I've found you can actually have the poles setup either way (tip up or down). The Tyvek is a nice light-weight way to keep the tent off the ground. Definitely recommend bringing p-cord to assist with staking as the tension is super important to make sure the tent works. The p-cord can also help keep the sides closed when it is colder or windier.