A classic structure similar to baker style tents with a WWII foxhole look that maximizes the use of tent space in any landscape.
This is an upgraded version of the original design, featuring sturdier 75D nylon fabric with 3000mm waterproof rating, an additional mesh veil to keep insects out, and extra wind resistance via added tie-out points.
Once again a huge shout out to our ambassador Matt aka @CommonFamilySurvival! It all began with his idea of a lightweight 4 season tent, no tarp and no poles needed for setup¡ All you need are 2 trees and 4 tent pegs, and then you got yourself a waterproof camping shelter that's sturdier and mightier than many!
Material: 75D Ripstop Nylon Fabric with PU3000mm Waterproof Rating, YKK Zippers
Net Weight: 1450g (3.2Ib)
Shipping Weight: 1500g (3.3Ib)
Capacity: 1 Person
Dimensions: 7ft (L) * 4ft (W) * 3.8ft (H)/ 210cm * 125cm * 115cm
Packed: 16" * 8"/ 40cm * 20cm
Color: Coyote Brown, OD Green
OneTigris BACKWOODS BUNGALOW UL Bushcraft Shelter 2.0 *1
Tent Peg *10
Guy-line (10ft/ 3m) *6
Nylon Stuff Sack *1
looks good as describe not use yet but set up and check sting included is a little too thin but works hope it last for a few seasons
I used my new tent for 6 nights of a recent kayak camping trip. I love the wide open design and kept the awning up the entire time. Night time temps were in the mid 40's and the mosquito net door helps retain warmth. I was concerned with condensation but only had a problem on the one windless night. I used trekking poles for the tent, and a couple old tent poles for the awning. I'm glad I brought the latter as I didn't see anything suitable at any of my camp spots & would not want to cut branches. The tent takes a while to pitch and requires quite a bit of room for all the guy lines. The ones provided with the tent are nice but difficult to see, and I'll be replacing them with some brightly colored ones before I use the tent again. As I intend to use it for camping on river banks & lakeshores I'll be purchasing stakes suitable for loose, sandy soil. The ones provided are fine for firm ground but were almost useless on my trip. Overall, I think I'm really going to enjoy this tent. It's lighter than my freestanding backpacking tents, but only marginally, but I love the wide open aspect of the One Tigris Backwoods Bungalow.
Fairly Easy to setup, particularly for a noob like me.
Waterproof for sure but condensation an issue.
Main reason I’m returning is zippers at porch/vestibule cover failed. These are not made for quick closure as they get caught up on fabric and held up by velcro. Not for those in a hurry!
Doesn’t protect too well from cold. Was in 40 degree weather with sleeping pad, bag and down comforter...with vestibule closed and got lots of breeze throughout night.
And I’m a hot sleeper!
I’d say this is best for fair weather between 50-70 degrees.
Went on a 5 day backpacking trip in Algonquin park,not a single problem,only thing a forgot to do the first night was close the rain fly,it went down to -1c that night,let’s just say my nose was pretty cold,zipped it down the next night and slept nice and warm.excellent product and gets lots of looks and attention when camping in parks.one trip I had6 people in one day ask me about it.
Great little shelter for Spring, Summer and Fall. Easy to set up and gives great coverage in sun and rain. Well built with quality zippers and tie outs. For anyone who was a Scout in the sixties and seventies it is a sized down Baker Tent.
Got out for a weekend outing in the Alpine Lakes Wilderness. Mosquitos were bad, and I was fine with them watching me longingly through the bug net. I set it up with a Dyneema guyline and didn't use the included strings. The stakes are sturdy but light. (would be nice if they put instructions in, but it's pretty easy to figure out.)
Easy and fast to set up.
Muy practica, buen material, fácil de armar.
Just spent two nights in this tent. I'm very impressed. Both nights around 15 degrees F and all buttoned up it held the heat in very well. I had the rear vent flap staked out right close to the tent so there wasn't any air flow. Along with that comes the condensation but that's too be expected with a single wall tent.
I really like the optional awning. The first day it snowed pretty hard and it was nice to have all the room in front of the tent to get everything situated.
Speaking of snow, I set this thing up in my backyard prior to this trip and it snowed long, hard and heavy. The tent ended up collapsing early in the morning. The only thing that failed way the plastic tensioner toggles slipped on the telling pole side. I wasn't in the tent over night so in couldn't deal with the snow load but in was very impressed. In the pictures you can see the zpacks trekking poles been like a banana and everything on the tent help up great.
All and all this is a fantastic tent for the cost.