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Naturehike Cloud-Up 1 2 3 Person Lightweight Backpacking Waterproof Tent Easy Setup – 4 Season for Outdoor Camping,Backpacking,Hiking,Mountaineering Travel 1 person-gray 20D

(12 customer reviews)

Mesh,Nylon
20D MATERIAL VERSION (1 person): 3.5lbs packed weight including tent and all accessories. Ultralight tent for hiking and mountaineering, very easy to pitch. Pack size: 17.7x Φ4.7in. PU: 4000mm
MATERIAL: Rainfly: Made by 20D rip-stop nylon and silicone coated features. PU4000mm water-resistant & UV 50+ sun protection guarantee. Inner tent: Made with anti-scratch 20D nylon mesh, comfortable & breathable. Tent poles: 7001 space aluminum, can supports most heavily wind rain and snow.
WATERPROOF & WINDPROOF: 4 seasons tent for 1 people with good thermal insulation, good UV pretection and stability.
MULTIFUNCTIONAL: The freestanding inner tent can be used as a mosquito net. The flysheet can also be used independently to save weight on your trip.1 weather-protected entrance with space for the luggage.
UPGRADE VERSION: completely freestanding model. Additional ventilation to reduce condensation water. Add two fixed points for wind ropes, make the tent stronger in the wind.

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Best Sellers Rank: See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors. Recommended Uses For Product: Backpacking, Camping & Hiking. Seasons: 4 Season. Special Feature: Water-Resistant, Windproof, Ultralight, Waterproof, Lightweight, Sun Protection, Rainfly. Size: 20D. Brand: Naturehike. Installation Type: Easy Setup, Freestanding. Design: Camping Tent. Occupancy: 3 Person. Sport: Backpacking, Camping & Hiking, Mountaineering, Hiking. Fabric Type: Mesh,Nylon. ASIN: B07WC3N8JH. Manufacturer: Naturehike. Date First Available: August 8, 2019.

12 reviews for Naturehike Cloud-Up 1 2 3 Person Lightweight Backpacking Waterproof Tent Easy Setup – 4 Season for Outdoor Camping,Backpacking,Hiking,Mountaineering Travel 1 person-gray 20D

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  1. Nicholas Cooper

    This tent is fantastic. I have used it on four backpacking trips this summer and about eight car camping trips as well. There were a few nights where there was heavy rainfall in the rocky mountains. I stayed completely dry. I have also, on more than one occasion, been in high wind areas. With gusts up to 60 mph. This tent was hardly phased while others that were with me were scrambling to resecure their tents. This tent is just big enough for my gear, my dog, and myself. Not to mention it weighs around four pounds. I would say I hardly notice it in my pack, but even at 45 pounds, a pack can be heavy when going up a four thousand foot incline. I don’t know how much more it has in it, I’ve only used it for a season but I expected to not even hold up for this long. I will also use the tent in the wintertime for some hunting and snowshoeing trips so I will update my post!Read more

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  2. Philip Cooke

    Overall I’d say this is a good tent. Mine did not come with any stakes or strings/rope to tie or stake it down. Not sure why, but i was able to use stakes I had. This tent is warm and waterproof. I took it out overnight in 35F weather and heavy rain. It handled really well, not a drop of rain got in. I did have ALOT of condensation inside the tent which i guess is a compliment to how warm it is. So ventilation is a bit iffy. It is difficult for me to set up solo, the tent poles are SO tight which I assume is for its wind strength but to me its kind of a pain to set up solo.It almost feels like your going to snap the tent poles when trying to force them… I would recommend it, fair price, kept me warm and dry, thats all I can really ask for.Read more

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  3. Stephanie Moore

    I purchased this after reading several reviews and watching videos on budget backpacking tents. I didn’t have a whole lot to spend, and really wanted something reliable. I got a little concerned as the weather forecast started to change and saw the temps were going to be low 20s or below with high wind and possible rain. I didn’t practice setting up the tent before leaving, all I did was watch a video the night before. A friend of mine was hiking with me and between the two of us we got it up easily, I didn’t even use the extra guy line to post on the side, it was just me sleeping in there for the night, didn’t need the room, and so far it didn’t seem like it was going to rain. I HEARD the wind through this tent all night, and it swore it was going to rip right out of the ground. It was very loud. The wind was strong enough to knock my friend’s tent over a few times to the point she shoved hers in a bag and climbed in my tent around 2am. I finally got some sleep, and I think she did too. We both managed to fit, I don’t know if I would call this a 2 person tent, or do a long backpacking trip with this and just two people…but for us I think we fit just fine for the night, and even had my pack inside since I was worried about rain and she brought hers inside too when she climbed in, so we definitely filled the space. I think there would have been even more room had I used the side guy lines to pull it out a little bit more. We didn’t place our tents in the best location, we wanted the sunrise/sunset view, in hindsight we probably should have utilized a spot where part of the mountain could block some wind…but for one night we survived, the tent stayed put through the harsh wind, and I stayed plenty warm. I don’t know if I can credit the tent for that since I had on several warm layers, a good 20 degree sleeping bag and a 20 degree quilt as a blanket over me as well. I would like to see how it does in a rainstorm, but fortunately we did not have to deal with any rain on this trip so I can’t say anything about that. I can only say that on the side of a mountain placed in a very exposed area on the Roan Highlands with high wind it didn’t budge.Read more

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  4. Ray Miller

    Pretty lightweight, easy to pack. Replaced Coleman 2 person pop up tent, which was impractical for backpacking (hard to carry a hulahoop on your pack!). Pros: packs fairly small, light weight for the price, held up well in heavy thunderstorms and 40+ mph winds (tornado warning!) Rain passed under tent without soaking through. Small vestibule in front, helpful to put wet boots etc. Cons: check thoroughly; my tent came with a broken shock cord, which separated the poles, and was missing some stakes, so QC could be improved. Condensation could be an issue with 2 people as you might be up against the tent wall, allowing water to run down onto your sleeping gear. Replacement shipped quickly, no hassels.Read more

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  5. Sydney Rudolf

    I really like this tent. I got it on sale so you could beat the price and it couldn’t be any easier to set up. All the poles are attached/are one single pole which is the bomb. I like to fold it up with the bottom tarp ‘connected’ instead of separated so its already right there when unfolding making it even easier. It feels nice quality and roomy on the inside. The stars are easy to see through the screen when you take that top part off and with it on the rain does not get through. It holds heat well, too. Overall, it meets all the check boxes and is great. My complaint: it does not pack up very small. It is smaller than some 2-person tents and depending on your usage needs this may be more or less of an issue. I wanted this for backpacking though and it either had to be put on the outside of my pack or would take up the majority of the inside of my pack. Size inevitably leads to heavy too. Again though, that complaint depends on you usage. If carry it for just a day or in the car that may not be an issue the way it is if you carry it on your back for multiple days. So what your daytime usage is before you set up the tent is definitely something to keep in mind.Read more

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  6. Maxwell curry

    Great tent for the price. I bought as a roomier 2 person tent for winter and car camping. Poles are of good quality, tent is easy to set up, and it comes with a foot print which is nice. Tried it out in mid thirty degree weather that rained all night. Condensation on tent walls as expected of any tent but that was it. Everything else was completely dry. Only downside is you have to be careful with the zippers they snag easy. But mild complaints for an overall sturdy and lightweight tent.Read more

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  7. Mauraà  L.

    My husband used this tent for a Boy Scout event and the temps were in the teens with 3” of snow already on the ground. He loved the tent.Read more

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  8. Francis Tox

    J’ai pris une chance avec cette tente et finalement je ne suis pas dessus ! Elle retient bien la chaleur, imperméabilité est bonne, l’espace est très bien pour 2 adulte avec un enfant et un chien! Les matériaux semble de très bonne qualité pour le prix. J’utilise cette tente principalement pour le canot camping. Elle ne prend pas beaucoup de place. Par compte les poteaux sont un peu pesant… Mais rien de grave pour l’utilisation que j’en fais 🙂 ! Vraiment j’adore ! Et je vous recommande fortement cette tente qui vaut largement le prix!Read more

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  9. Rx

    As I mentioned in my review of the Vik 1 tent that I also bought to creat a tent system, I’m very pleased with the quality and light weight of these tents – and am overall very happy with all of the Naturehike products I’ve purchased recently.Read more

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  10. Gray

    Easy up, leary of the pole as it came slightly bent…. testing it out next weekend. Sure wish it was a bit wider…. wouldn’t want a 2nd or 3rd person in it…too smallRead more

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  11. Bryce C.

    Took tent out for my first trip with it. I was impressed by how easy it went together but when I woke up the next morning and went to leave the tent the zipper broke. Now I can’t close the rain fly…. Very upsetRead more

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  12. Tiffany Houle

    Livraison rapide tente semble résistante seulement je suis déçue d’un trou sur la tente j’espère avoir un escompteRead more

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