Lightwave t20 hyper


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Robust 4-Season Tent

The t20 Hyper is a 4-season wilderness trekking, lightweight and backpacking tent.
This is a complete multi-pitch tent, it can be put up flysheet-first, inner-first or as a whole. The flysheet is silicone-coated on both sides giving extra protection from the worst weather, and the seams are taped making it a fully weather proof tent.
Should any sections of the poles fail in the tent, there are spares provided that are easy to replace.


  • Persons: 2
  • Weight: 2.07 kg
  • Packed size: 45 x 18 cm
  • Length: 225 cm
  • Width: 130 cm
  • Height: 108 cm
  • Porch: 120 cm
  • Flysheet: 51 g/m2, 30d nylon 6.6 ripstop, silicone-coated on both sides, 5000 mm hydrostatic head
  • Groundsheet: 70 g/m2, 40d nylon ripstop, TPU laminated, 7000 mm hydrostatic head, factory-taped seams
  • Inner canopy: 30g/m2, 20d nylon 6.6 ripstop, DWR treated
  • Poles: DAC 9.35 mm Featherlite poles
  • Pegs:
  • Lightning pegs, 11 g each, square section
  • Wavelight pegs, 12 g each, corkscrew design
  • Titanium V-pegs, 10 g each, V-shape
  • Flash pegs, 7 g each, narrow section
  • Guylines: 1.50 mm dyneema/polyester, 3 m length, mini-Linelok adjusters


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