Wild Country Tents Helm 2

 

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Wild Country Helm 2

The Wild Country Helm 2 offers great usability for the backpacker who is looking for a lightweight tent with plenty of space. At 2.3kg, the Helm 2 is remarkably light, especially as it is one of the most spacious 2 man tents on the market. With two doors and two porches, theres easy access to the inner from both sides with room for kit.

  • Sleeps: 2
  • Season Rating Spec: 3 season backpacking
  • Free standing?: No (tent requires guy lines to be pitched)
  • Minimum Weight: 2.1Kg (4lb 10oz)
  • Packed Weight: 2.3Kg (5lb 1oz)
  • Pitch Time (estimate): 5 mins
  • Number of Porches: 2
  • Number of Doors: 2
  • Pitch Type: Fly and Inner pitch together
  • Range: 3 Season Backpacking
  • Flysheet: Stormtex P4000mm FR
  • Floor: Aqua Stop P6000mm
  • Poles: 8.5mm Superflex Alloy
  • Pegs: x Alloy V-Angle
  • Guylines: 4 x Black Reflective
  • Inner Door: Half Mesh

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