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Trekker Tent 1A

(8 customer reviews)

$38.95$58.95

  • Ultralight One Person backpacking tent.
  • Very small pack size.
  • 7.5 feet long with an awning.
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Description

Trekker Tent 1A, One-Person Trekking Pole Tent, Ultralight Backpacking Tent

Our lightest one person backpacking tent packs down to just 8 inches by 4 inches.  It is perfect for your next backpacking trip, and at 7.5 feet long there is enough room inside for your gear and you.

  • Super light and compact. Fast and Easy set up! Great for Hiking, camping, or adding to your survival bag, this compact tent will fit into your backpack without filling it up.
  • Over 7.5 feet long so you can keep your gear inside with you. Also the front flap can be propped up creating a protected awning.
  • If you have your own Trekking Poles in the options box above please choose without Trekking Poles, this tent is intended for use with your own Trekking Poles, but can also be used by tying the peak to a low hanging tree branch – see pictures. Or choose the “With Trekking Poles” option above to get this tent with light weight River Country Products Trekking Poles made from a Carbon Fiber and Aluminum mix.  
  • This Tent includes 8 ultralight red aluminum stakes, guy lines, and carry bag.
  • 2 lbs 4 ozs includes the stakes, and bag.

This one person trekking pole tent is our lightest backpacking tent yet. Under 2 lbs without the stakes. Ultra Compact so it can fit easily in your backpack or bug out bag. 7.5 feet long so you can fit easily inside with your gear. Easy to pack. Comes with 8 aluminum stakes, guylines, and carrying bag, Total weight is 2 lbs 4 ozs with carrying bag and stakes. This is a great backpacking tent, camping tent, hiking tent, light weight tent, compact ultra light tent.

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Additional information

Weight 2.4 lbs
Dimensions 8 × 5 × 4 in
Trekking Poles

With Trekking Poles, Without Trekking Poles

8 reviews for Trekker Tent 1A

  1. Michael Sandau (verified owner)

    i had already purchased the one man “teepee” style tent and couldn’t get over the quality for the price so I ordered this one and two small tarps as well. These are a great B.O.B. type tent, good for UL hiking / camping and preppers. I might just have to get another to keep in my trunk! Can’t beat a product like this at these prices!

  2. pastorjohndawson (verified owner)

    I bought the Trekker Tent IA from River Country products with the view to take it on overnight hikes in the wilderness areas in southwest Virginia. I am very pleased with it and would recommend it to someone who wants a solo tent of this sort. I have slept in it and found it very comfortable for sleeping (I am 6’1”). There is room for my fairly minimalist amount of gear. There is not much head room for sitting up, and clothing changes need to be done lying down if done in the tent. The zippered mesh screen door is great for keeping the bugs out, especially for those of us who like a tent that encloses us in. It is very well made and the design is good for stability. The literature said the poles should be set to 42 inches. The design of the tent seems to call for something closer to 3 feet. Pros: light weight, well designed, well made, good vents, screen zipper door. Cons: not much vertical room. Overall very pleased and strongly recommend for those interested in this style of tent.

  3. 32577walt

    Love this little tent! Quality at a great price. Great customer service!

  4. Michael Smith (verified owner)

    I’ve purchased both the one man and the two man tents. Both are great quality, light, easy to put up, and roomy enough to also store your backpack. I would have given this five stars, but I prefer the door set up of the two man. Having the door on the slant of the roof means you have to set up the flap if there is any rain, mist, or dew – otherwise the door flap has to stay closed. With the two man, the door is on the end and, unless the rain is blowing, you can tie back the flaps and get some air. Also, stakes for the guy lines of the door flap do not come with it – so order two extra – in all likelihood you will have to set up the door flap at some point.

  5. Jason (verified owner)

    I purchased the Trekker 1A as a solo backpacking tent. Entry and exit are much easier through the side than a tent with entry at the ends. There is also plenty of space inside & packs down small and light. Ventilation is great! Overall, I think it’s a good tent for those wanting to lighten their load without a lot of cost. However, I would only recommend this as a good weather tent. I treated mine with the recommended spray but it leaked at the ridge where the loops/toggles are for the mesh/door. The seam was taped but still leaked from under the tape. I have seam sealed the ridge & around the floor. It does okay in a drizzle or light rain, but anything more and you will be wet.

  6. Howie (verified owner)

    I purchased the Trekker 1A tent as a lighter tent for backpacking and it is, even with the stakes! It appears to be very well made and I love the design which is what sold me on it. The only drawback so far is after sleeping in 40° weather I woke up to extreme condensation! So before I use it again I will try and use a waterproofing spray to lessen condensation as recommended in the instructions!

  7. Albert McLeod

    So i got this for a review i find that the tent holds its own very well had it in a rain storm and wind storm and it did great no leaks or anything the only thing is the condensation build up during the night there was quit a bit maybe a few other vents in the bottom area maybe but you get some condensation in single walled tents but there was a lot when i woke up the next morning other than that its a great tent love it
    There is not much head room for sitting up, and clothing changes need to be done lying down if done in the tent. The zippered mesh screen door is great for keeping the bugs out, especially for those of us who like a tent that encloses us in. It is very well made and the design is good for stability. The literature said the poles should be set to 42 inches. The design of the tent seems to call for something closer to 3 feet. Pros: light weight, well designed, well made, good vents, screen zipper door. Cons: not much vertical room. Overall very pleased and strongly recommend for those interested in this style of tent.

  8. Trevor

    This is an amazing little tent! Perfect for my multi-day trip into the North Cascades! So glad I stumbled on River Country Products. Keep in mind, this particular tent does not have a lot of head-space, but it was perfect for what I needed. The tent quality is the same as what I have come to expect from the bigger or more well known brands. Highly recommend this tent if you are looking for a light weight, well built tent

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