Lunar Solo Backpacking Tent
Lunar Solo Backpacking Tent
Lunar Solo Backpacking Tent
Lunar Solo Backpacking Tent
Lunar Solo Backpacking Tent
Lunar Solo Backpacking Tent
Lunar Solo demonstrated vestibule half open.
Lunar Solo demonstrated vestibule open.
Six Moon Designs Lunar Solo&
Six Moon Designs Lunar Solo&
Lunar Solo 1 Person Ultralight Tent diagram showing size specifications
lunar solo backpacking tent
Field photo of Lunar Solo filled with sleeping pad and roll.
lunar solo backpacking tent
Field photo of Lunar Solo filled with sleeping pad and roll.
lunar solo backpacking tent

Lunar Solo Backpacking Tent

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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.

Construction

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.

Features

• 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.

Specifications

General

Seasons
Sleeps
Ships With
Pack Size
Weight
Stakes
Colors

3
1+
Tent, Stuff Sacks, Guy Lines
11" X 4.5"
26 oz - 740 g
6 (Sold Separately)
Green, Gray

Design

Type
Frame
Entry
Floor Area
Vestibule Area
Inner Dimensions

Tent
Single 49" Pole
Side Entry
26.252 ft - 2.4 m2
8.5 ft2 - .8 m2
90" x 48" - 228 x 121 cm

Materials

Canopy
Floor
Zipper
Hydrostatic Head

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

Customer Reviews

Based on 199 reviews
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(153)
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Jennifer Solem
All around awesome!

I just finished using my new Lunar Solo, for the first time, on a 6 day thru hike of the Foothills Trail, I have to say I absolutely love this tent! Most nights were dry but campsite was next to water, had very little to no condensation. One night of rain and completely dry inside, seam sealer was great, rain just beaded up on the outside and wiped off. Set up for this tent is extremely easy, 2 minutes tops! I watched YouTube videos to learn how beforehand which helped, but when backpacking you rarely get a level spot for that perfect pitch, I found this tent is easily adjustable to accommodate just about any spot. No real trick to it, stake the four corners out evenly, insert trekking pole and stake front out tightly, then stake out back. There is so much room inside this tent it is amazing, plenty of room for everything inside. I love how quick it is to pack up and how small and light it is, squishes down small, 24 ounces, add tyvek ground sheet and 6 titanium shepherd hook stakes and total weight 31 ounces! I am extremely impressed with this tent, Thanks Six Moon Design!

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Brian Fulton
Love my lunar solo!!

Rained first two nights on the trail amd i stayed perfectly dry. Plenty of room. Very lightweight. Easy to set up. Love it.

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Seo Jeongmoon
satisfied

It was decided by comparing it with X-Mid 1p v2.
I'm going to sell the X-mid tent.
Runa is good!
More installation area is required.
But the living space is comfortable. And strong in the wind.
Sewing is also beyond expectations. (I expected it to be miserable)
If there is a discount, I would like to have a 'tracker'.
In Korea, have to pay tax on tents over $200.

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Mike Burgess
Ideal for thru hiking!

I wanted to lighten up for a 6 day/5 night thru hike of the Foothills Trail in the Carolinas. One trekking pole, easy set up, after a little practice, quality made, lots of ventilation and lots of space and height for one. Light and packs down small. Use tyvek for a ground cloth. Seamed sealed it myself! Looking to years of use. Mike, 67

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guy wills
Lunar solo

More room than I expected. Have set it up 3 times and still learning to get it pitched right. Bring a small towel to wipe up condensation. No tent pegs, I didn't read that when I bought it, lucky I have a lot of extras. Very light weight, which is what I wanted. Be sure to have some kind of ground cloth. Haven't experienced any rain yet, but I'm wondering how the front rainfly is going to work?