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Cabela's XPG Ultralight Tent


$150.00 Released January, 2008

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Easy to set up with only two color-coded poles that clip into place. Lightweight. 2-person tent has plenty of room for 2 average people and small to med. sized packs.

The Cons:Only one door on all models means crawling over people to enter/exit. Rain fly does not reach completely to the ground. Vestibule is awkward; doesn't cover much area, doesn't reach the ground, and must be staked out/has no poles so is not free-standing.

Cabela's XPG™ Ultralight Tent is a series of tents available in one, two, and three-person capacity models designed for backpacking that can be assembled with just the two DAC Featherlite® poles and rain fly alone for minimalist shelter.

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The tent body has a waterproofed floor and base to prevent ground moisture from seeping in, fully taped seams, and large areas of mesh paneling for enhanced ventilation to prevent condensation. The rain fly is 75-denier polyester with 1,500mm-rated waterproof coating, reflective guy lines for maximum visibility, and vestibule area to keep rain off packs and boots left outside. Comes in a compression stuff-sack.

XPG Ultralight-1 35"h 32" x 85" 3 lbs. 7 oz. 4 lbs. 1 oz.
XPG Ultralight-2 42"h 57" x 87" 4 lbs. 9 oz. 5 lbs. 6 oz.
XPG Ultralight-3 47"h 75" x 90" 5 lbs. 8 oz. 6 lbs. 3 oz.

Prices:
Ultralight-1 - $129.99
Ultralight-2 - $149.99
Ultralight-3 - $169.99

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Pros
  • 2

    Easy to set up with only two color-coded poles that clip into place.

  • 1

    Lightweight

  • 1

    2-person tent has plenty of room for 2 average people and small to med. sized packs

  • 1

    Has medium clip-in loft for holding small/light objects near the ceiling.

  • 1

    Poles clip-in rather than thread through sleeves

Cons
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    Only one door on all models means crawling over people to enter/exit

  • 1

    Rain fly does not reach completely to the ground

  • 1

    Vestibule is awkward; doesn't cover much area, doesn't reach the ground, and must be staked out/has no poles so is not free-standing

  • 1

    Doesn't ventilate very well despite all the mesh.

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