Rab Superlite Shelter 4


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Walking Shelter

Designed for fast and light adventures on mountain / hill trips. Ideal for family of 4 walks or small group trips to get out of the cold and wet.

If you’re wanting something mid range, that’s superlight and minimum flaff these shelters are for you.
This is a stripped down shelter to keep it light weight. It’s supported by the users not by your walking poles, has capacity to use the bottom as waterproof seats.

Features include air vents and built in stuff sack to keep it all together with minimum flaff. For safety the shelter comes in a great orange colour and features reflective logo images and piping to keep you visible on the hill.

Made from siliconised Nylon fabric which keeps it light and strong

If you want something a bit more robust for regular group use try the Terra Nova collection

  • Weight: 320g
  • 4 person
  • Ultra light-weight
  • windproof
  • waterproof
  • ripstop Nylon siliconised fabric
  • Stripped down design to save weight
  • Vents for airflow
  • Waterproof seats
  • Reflective logo and piping for safety
  • Built-in stuff sack to save weight


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