The Nordisk Telemark 1 LW is a great tent to take when backpacking light or anytime when low weight and bulk seriously matters.
This fantastic tent takes all the awesome features of the Nordisk Telemark 1 ULW and by adding only 60g improves on durability by changing from carbon to alloy poles, which puts the LW firmly into the realm of awesome for lightweight backpacking, adventure race and mountain marathon use. It is a very spacious 1 person tent and so can be used fairly comfortably for 2 people in event situations even though it only weighs 830g and packs down to 12 x 41cm.
It uses a clever single pole design and use of nylon fabrics (6000mm hydrostatic head groundsheet and 2000mm flysheet) to create a super light tent that is quick and easy to pitch and can withstand storm force winds.
Features wise we love the fact that the four corner poles give you more useable space but are easy to pitch and can be removed to create a tarp from your door for shelter when cooking, etc. The flap that covers the zip on the fly stays put due to a magnet which saves on faff when getting into your tent. The porch is roomy for kit but there is also an internal pocket and lots of space if you are alone.
770g 1 person pitch-as-one single hoop design (carbon pole). 4 short corner carbon poles. Great for lightweight backpacking, adventure race and mountain marathon use. Pack size 12 x 41cm. 770g 12 x 41cm pack size 10D nylon rip stop fly sheet fabric magnetic 'quick-snap' door closure Integrated tarp conversion storage pocket
Fantastic 2 person pitch-as-one tent. It only weighs 950g, thats 475g each in your pack and the pack size is tiny. Single hoop design with 4 short vertical poles at the corners. Packed down size 12 x 41cm.960g 12 x 41cm pack size 10D nylon rip stop fly sheet fabric magnetic 'quick-snap' door closure Integrated tarp conversion storage pocket
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