WINNER - Win an Alpkit Tetri tent Competition

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WINNER: ergomaniac1967

Outer pitch first is a firm favourite amongst UK campers. Getting the roof on before suspending the inner allows you to get out of the rain quicker and keeps your inner dry.

Tetri can be easily put up by one person. The poles are shock-corded and colour coded to make it easier to put them in the correct sleeves. The stuff bag is generously sized to take the struggle out of putting it away.

You can even use the outer on its own as a bivvy shelter to save weight. The 3 poles provide stability and strength against crosswinds.

Inside a breathable polyester inner is suspended from the outer. It feels light and airy in the summer and the mosquito net door and rear panel provides ventilation while keeping the bugs out. The 8000 MM bathtub floor provides protection from wet ground.

There are loads of handy pockets to keep your tent tidy along with hang loops for your torch or drying your gloves.

There is a good sized porch for your boots and rucksack, allowing you to ventilate the tent whist still providing protection from the elements.

Key features

  • 3 Year Alpine Bond
  • Outer pitch first
  • 1/2 mesh inner door to keep the bugs out
  • Large porch area
  • Flysheet and inner can pitch together
  • 3 pole tunnel design maximises headroom
  • RRP £135, currently discounted to £115

To win an Alpkit Tetri tent simply answer the question below

This competition has now closed.

More information Alpkit Tetri

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27 Jul, 2017
The important bit is> 3 kg
27 Jul, 2017
Yes I'm always highly dubious when technical specifications manage to omit the weight of any item of kit.
27 Jul, 2017
I actually think the spec is very competitive for the price. Sure, you'll find lighter, but I'd be surprised if it didn't also lighten your wallet more than the Alpkit offering. BB
27 Jul, 2017
I saw one on the flesh in Hathersage. A cracking tent for the money. Pricewise the competition is Vango or Wild Country and this seemed much better than both of them. We've bought a couple of each brand to let the D of E kids wreck them, I mean beta test them, with a view to replacing our elderly fleet of Vaude with the survivors. I thought the weight on the label in the shop was 2.3 kg. That said, even if it is 2.9kg it compares very well with the competition: My old Voyager was 2.5 kg and there is a lot of internal space in a tent like this.
27 Jul, 2017
Please let it be midge netting, not mosquito netting...if not, this tent is doomed.
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