1. Mono 1 Person Tent v2

Mono 1 Person Tent v2

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Mono 1 Person Tent v2 is rated 4.2 out of 5 by 73.
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Solo adventure

When you need your own personal shelter, go for our one person Mono Tent. Ideal for three season hiking or cycle touring, the Mono’s a lightweight tunnel tent that will compress down small to save you space in your pack. You can expect a comfortable retreat on your next solo adventure.

Sleeps 1
Vestibules 1
Doors 1
Poles 2 x 9mm Alloy
Guy lines 2
Pegs 16 x Alloy

Measurements
Packed size 18cm x 36cm
Packed volume 6.9L
Overall dimensions 232cm x 150cm
Maximum internal height 65cm 
Floor area 1.9m 2

Composition
Fly fabric Seam-sealed 50D Polyester Ripstop
Inner fabric 40D Nylon 
Floor fabric 150D Polyester
Fly waterproof rating 2000mm
Floor waterproof rating 10000mm

Weight 1.10kg (inner-pitched only)
Weight 1.73kg (when fully pitched)

Tent Pitching Instructions
Download PDF - Includes Tent contents.

  • Lightweight tunnel tent design – fast and easy to put up in poor weather
  • Seam sealed waterproof flysheet
  • Durable construction and components – with strong, high tensile alloy poles
  • Breathable mesh inner – to keep insects out
  • Inner pockets for storing items
  • Includes a repair kit – with fabric patches, a pole sleeve and a fly buckle
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Shelter This wee tent is a winner. It absolutely does what it says. Keeps you warm on the colder nights and has enough ventilation to keep you comfortable. Easy to put up. No problems with condensation at all. It's a small tent but doesn't feel claustrophobic. Enough room for my pack at my feet.
Date published: 2021-03-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great for hiking I bought this for my 11yo boy 30km hiking. It’s light and good enough for the wet weather.
Date published: 2021-03-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great all rounder All tent purchases involve compromises and balancing of requirements - size, weight and price. This is a light weight, low priced and very good tent. I have used it in foul weather and high winds on the Tasmanian South Coast Track with no dramas. Maybe a few damp spots but nothing major. A key issue is to get it set up properly - the tauter everything is the better it performs. Sure it's a bit small and low but adequate for my 190cms and 115kg frame! If you want to stand up, step outside!
Date published: 2021-02-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Tent I bought this tent for my first ever tramping trip. It was easy to put up and it kept me dry in heavy rain.
Date published: 2021-02-19
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Hiking hunting camping Great Lightweight little tent. Very waterproof when set up right. Takes on wind and rain seamlessly. Would be nice with a little more headroom but its compact and thats what its made for.
Date published: 2021-02-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great lightweight tent and value for money I have used thus tent on regular hiking trips for about 6 years now. Have always been very happy with it. So long as you know you’re buying a small tent that you can’t sit up in and you set it up correctly, it’s fantastic. Lightweight and compact. Not expensive compared to some. If you keep the air vents open properly, I’ve never had an issue with condensation on the inside as some have suggested. I’ve been in it in extremely heavy rain and stayed totally dry. Very happy
Date published: 2021-01-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent entry level solo tent I was lucky to find this solo tent on sale at $157.49 Just back from a three-day Able Tasman camping trip and the tent performed exactly as expected, with the vents open I suffered no condensation and found I had enough room to change I'm 183cm. The fly extends with enough room to keep a 70L pack and boots out of the weather, I would highly recommend it as an entry-level solo tent.
Date published: 2021-01-08
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Worst tent I have ever used I bought this just before Xmas but bushfires meant I didn’t get to try it till June long weekend. I was super disappointed. I am usually happy with Kathmandu products (I spent nearly 1000$ on gear including the tent as most of my gear is 10-15 years old and needed an upgrade). I usually use the hiking 2 person all seasons snow tent but thought I’d try lighten the load and use this. First issue is that I’m glad I decided to bring the pegs last minute as the tent actually needs pegs to hold it up due to its design. This is highly inconvenient as I Prefer going peg free unless I’m in snow country plus I can’t camp on a rock or sand if I feel like it. It’s so small I felt like I was in a coffin and I got caustrophobic. Can’t sit up either and I’m only 165cm. My sleeping bag got totally socked (and it didn’t even rain) my breath caused droplets to form and because it is so poorly designed the slightest movement meant They splashed down and by morning my entire top surface of my bag was wet: another reason they splashed down is because the inner tent is mostly made of mesh so there is nothing there to absorb the droplets. It may work for a small child but if you want to save some kgs don’t waste your money on this. It should be taken off the shelf and redesigned properly.
Date published: 2020-06-25
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