I have replaced six of them with some titanium V-shaped pegs which work great (I went with Toaks, but they all look much of a muchness) and use two of the supplied pegs for the side guy lines (NOT the ones pulling out the poles). Great review, Jeff. Not too big. Those keen on modding can probably figure out whether all those straps and buckles are really necessary. Press J to jump to the feed. I've sectioned in a tent that was just barely big enough length-wise but not nearly big enough height-wise for those long days in heavy rain. I have only used it once so far and am really pleased with it. or review a different product, Jeff E The tent comes in a yellow compression bag along with stakes, guylines and repair patches. Thanks, "Uses a waterproof zipper instead of a stormflap, which I was a little disappointed in at first. Always do that tie out after getting the corners nice and tight. And you were right! I went ahead and sealed the guy attachment points with Silnet as mentioned above as I had seen in some videos and other reviews. Wonder if 3L UF would ever produce a "tall" version of this. Unless you are over 6 feet tall, if you are considering it, stop faffing and just buy this tent. For someone like myself that changes sleep systems depending on locations it adds, without spending a ton of money, another option to go with my hammock, bivy, or tarp setups. I have posted the link to my YouTube channel, Bushcraft 'N Fun, where I have three reviews on this tent. Thanks for the tip! I've had mine for four months and heavily tested it in all kinds of weather for extended periods of time. My wife is concerned about knocking over the center pole anyway. 4. wipe this section with blue paper towel to create a thin layer of the mix. I am used to the tents that have a couple of poles and go up with relative ease. The biggest drawback is it's on the small side. Looks great. +677 White doesn't curt it for me. Pole not included. I left it out in all kinds of weather. If you want to avoid the issues outlined here, just close the door when it's super windy, and make sure that if you only decide to attach one side of the door to the guy, loop it over both hooks. The 1-man version of the Lanshan requires a single pole, but for the 2-man you’ll need 2 poles. Thanks for taking the time to share your experience with this tent and some pictures. Doesn't seem to be much of a weight penalty so if I were you I'd go for the pro. IF, and I mean IF I really wanted a better/lighter tent...I would buy the Zpacks Duplex...other than that...this tent is a keeper. There was what felt like a bit of a mist at times across my face. You'll have to spend a hell of a lot more to get anything better. This might turn into my year round general purpose tent, including car camping when I don't want to bring a literal truckload of gear.   I had to watch several videos on YouTube to finally get it right. Much like the very impressive Solo from 3F UL Gear, the Lanshan 2 pitches using trekking poles. 3F UL GEAR 2 / 3 Man SilNylon Pyramid Tent. Also, if anyone in the Vancouver area would like to see/test the tent, let me know and we can figure something out. Discovered that as my husband is over 6ft it was too small. The only thing I use the vestibule for is my shoes. I'm considering buying a new dry bag for it but at the moment I just keep the inner in the supplied sack and stuff the fly sheet in the mesh pocket on the outside of my pack if it's wet. Hi Jeff...thanks for the feedback regarding the size issue...I have looked at a couple of videos on yt with tallish guys using the Lanshan 2...they seem to feel that it is possible to have a decent kip in it...bearing in mind your input, along with the heads up about pulling out the ties at either end and my penchant for side sleeping, I may bite on this at some point...still mulling tho...saw a video of a guy taking the Lanshan 2 Pro out for a night under heavy rain and by morning his bathtub was exactly that, a bathtub...very wet...have seen the same website as you have in relation to the Pro...follow the blue lines for seam sealing...maybe not...I think that the tub is seam sealed on it, but not sure about elsewhere... Ross Tapp There's also truly waterproof zips that basically have rubberized teeth but virtually no one uses those on tents because they're much heavier and expensive. Heather Walton This is very customisable as you have two doors/vestibules. When it comes to price… bear in mind that the Lanshan offers 90% of the Z Pack’s features and function for around a fifth of the cost. My wife doesn't like the central pole, so we probably won't get it lol. +107 2) The adjustable straps at the peg points were threaded backwards on mine so I had to change that before pitching it to ensure they held tension and allowed adjustment. I am a 62-year-old male diagnosed 14 months ago with Congestive Heart Failure and a plethora of ''other'' heart problems. 100cm is really wide for a 1p tent yet too small for 2p. which does the job until I get around to fixing it. Well, this tent offers a pretty generous amount of vestibule space. Rainfly and inner can be used independently, 0.875kg (inner: 362g, tarp: 413g, stakes & guylines: 100g), 15D Sil-Nylon with 8000MM waterproof rating, Grey (closer to white) and yellow colour options, 20D mesh with a 25D Sil-Nylon bathtub floor (8000MM waterproof rating), Modular - inner & outer can be setup alone, Rainfly able to be set up first or The pegs are aluminum, and the Lanshan comes in a choice of 5 colors: white, yellow, black, red, and green. I bought this tent in April, it arrived in May, but I never got to use it until late May. As already stated, pitching is a bit of a learning process but actually very straightforward once you get your head around it and have done it a couple of times. I am 5'11" and had plenty of room to spare. Used Once. Source: bought it new Welcome to Trailspace, Heather. more than the TT Aeon Li but it has that double wall to fend off condensation and add a bit more warmth. If you reside in an EU member state besides UK, import VAT on this purchase is not recoverable. It’s what I call the ‘get this pole out of my face’ problem. Seller assumes all responsibility for this listing. I have only camped in it one time, but it was a heck of a campout. This sub is about overnight backpacking with a focus on moving efficiently and packing light, generally aiming at a sub 10lb base weight. How is this one different from the lanshan 1? I might suggest adding the weight somewhere within the review as you mention it as a Pro (unless I missed it in there somewhere).   Nice write up. Hi Jeff...read your review on the bus coming through town in a storm...I am 1inch and 3/4 taller than you and was wondering if, in your opinion, I might struggle or could I get by without feeling too cramped...I am aware that the pro is longer, but like the sound of this one better...great detailed review and bonny pics too... As an owner of a Tarptent Moment DW I've reconsidered my Dyneema tent choice and now I feel the double wall Tarptent Notch Li is what I want. One of my favourite things about this tent is its versatility. I can't find many reviews. There is a good amount of space between the inner and outer, and the side walls can be pegged out to increase airflow. Flat ground (no sliding about) would probably be fine, I guess it also depends on how you normally sleep. Once this is done, you’re probably going to need to adjust the tension in various places to get the perfect pitch. Probably going to MYOG a perfect tent. Bags of room for one person to comfortably have all your gear and backpack inside the inner tent. That's a recipe for a hole in your tent if you've already attached the elastic bathtub ground sheet thingys. I first thought that there was a leak but had zero water on the inside in the morning. Don’t forget to check out the rest of our blog for more tips, tricks and gear reviews from the trail. There aren’t many 2 man tents with the ridiculously low weight of the duplex. It has taken some surprisingly harsh conditions in its stride: storm conditions, winds around 40+mph, driving rain etc. The 3F UL GEAR "Lanshan 1" is a double wall pyramid tent that pitches with a single trekking pole. can of odorless mineral spirits >2. I have been considering the Mier/Lanshan 2 since our current tent is almost 5 and a half pounds and I have a tight budget. Hope this helps. No idea lol. Just my nature! I decided to go backpacking again after a 43-year hiatus and wanted ultralight gear at a (I am on Social Security now) price I could afford.   Sealing otherwise looks good. Sold Out View. Packed size is around 34cm x 18cm. Comment below if you have any questions. So on a nice sunny day, you could ditch the flysheet entirely and just use the inner tent. Stashes in the supplied stuff sack with ease (I roll up the inner and then stuff the fly in when it's dry) and packs down to a small size (I'd guess about 15cm diameter x 30cm long). The mesh does droop a little bit but also keep in mind that this is my first pitch with a trekking pole tent and my subpar pitch likely affected the amount of interior space. The included stakes, however, are shit. Don’t quote me lol but there is a loop at the peak of the tent, I believe with a carabiner and some paracord you could attach the top of the tent to a tree branch and forgo the pole in the middle altogether. Available in green or khaki. From £220 View. I can find almost nothing on it. but it can be taken down with the inner attached if decamping in dry conditions. Or you could take just the fly and have a more al fresco camping experience. This is my first trekking pole tent and I'm still rather new to the UL world in general, so take what I say with a grain of salt :), Setup and overview: https://youtu.be/319AyCirfN0 pls critique my pitch I don't know what I'm doing, Compression sack (36 ) + Stake stuff sack (8) = 44g, 12x Stakes (124) + 4x Guylines (26) = 150g, ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------. There are some high end tents that don’t use these but those tents are typically mountaineering tents intended for use mostly in the winter where rain isn’t a big concern. I'd love to see some pictures of your tent too, if you're willing to add some. The points where the poles go in are reinforced and are well constructed. I did my research with this one seeing as it seemed "too good to be true" for the price. I have been considering the Mier/Lanshan 2 since our current tent is almost 5 and a half pounds and I have a tight budget. Checked the slider again and there is the YKK branding in tiny print on the side. Copyright © 1995-2020 eBay Inc. All Rights Reserved. This amount includes applicable customs duties, taxes, brokerage and other fees. I find no fault at all in value ($105 SHIPPED), SEWING AND MATERIALS USED. Great for one-person backpacking. The seller I ordered from had express shipping. No footprint is supplied with it but you can buy a silnylon footprint specifically for it which I use to help keep the muck off the inner tent and keeps things cleaner when packing away. I love it. Remember to see who has the best price and save yourself some scratch!

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