• Welcome to Life In The Wilderness

    You are currently viewing the site as a guest and some content may not be available to you.

    Registration is quick and easy and will give you full access to the site and allow you to ask questions or make comments and join in on the conversation. If you would like to join then please Register

Lightweight tents UK made .....

Madriverrob

Very Addicted
Messages
1,196
Points
910
Age
52

Came across this company , no affiliation and I don't have one but they may be an option for some . They are not cheap !
 

1 shot willie

Administrator
Staff member
Messages
13,754
Points
1,770
Age
65
Hmmm personally not struck on that Rob......it is effectively a VERY expensive Bivi bag / emergency shelter.
Cant see it standing up to any decent wind.

I don't mind investing hard earned in kit......but at £270 they are taking the pizza :sneaky:

No real use except for climbing in the slug and getting your head down.

As you say though.......might suit someone :thumbsup:
 

Joecole

Moderator
Staff member
Messages
10,662
Points
1,440
Age
74

Came across this company , no affiliation and I don't have one but they may be an option for some . They are not cheap !
Looks nice but as you said a bit on the pricy side
 

Madriverrob

Very Addicted
Messages
1,196
Points
910
Age
52
Probably comparable to some of the US ultralight tents so could be an option if you considered postal times , costs and any import duties.......
 

Woodlander

Site Manager
Staff member
Messages
1,018
Points
1,270
Age
36
Looks good but as mentioned, it's a glorified bivvy bag. Prefer tarp myself. I got a mozzy net for the midges and looking into one of those midgy head nets. All in all less than £50. But there must be something in them, if they are selling then someone is buying.
 
Top