Wild Country Tents Trisar 3


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Semi-geodesic backpacking tent

The Wild Country Tents Trisar 3 is a stable 3-4 season backpacking tent. Great stability is achieved for various reasons: firstly the design is semi geodesic, i.e. poles cross each other which means more strength, also the inner pitches first with the poles and is free-standing and under tension and then the taught flysheet over the top adds further stability. This makes the Trisar 3 suitable for backpacking in more exposed situations.

The Trisar 3 has ventilation vents front and rear, the front one can be adjusted from the inside. The flysheet door is versatile, opening from the top, the bottom or fastening at the side.

  • Packed weight 3.3Kg
  • Inner pitching first
  • Semi-geodesic, free standing
  • Flysheet: PU coated Polyester 4000mm hydrostatic head
  • Groundsheet: PU coated Polyester 6000mm hydrostatic head
  • 6 reflective guylines
  • 16 Alloy V-angle pegs
  • 3 8.5mm Superflex alloy poles
  • 1 door
  • 1 porch
  • Pack size: 45cm x 18cm


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