Lightweight tents, Portable tents, Light tents, Mountain tents
When choosing a portable tent, people have been accustomed to choosing between portable and spacious, low weight and being able to have a heater. Now you don’t have to think like that any more. Tentipi’s Safir, Zirkon and Onyx Nordic tipis have been designed specifically so that they can be compared with — and surpass — those tents which are the best when it comes to low weight.
Tentipi® single-pole Nordic tipis
Our light single-pole Nordic tipis (Nordic tipis with a central pole) offer excellent possibilities for an open fire or a heater inside the tent.
There is standing height in all of our Nordic tipis. Every Nordic tipi has space for more people to sit in a circle and socialize than just the desi...
A tunnel tent of the very best quality is in principle the most storm-resistant tent construction. A tunnel tent which is correctly designed is easily put up, even in stormy weather. But if the tent is of less good quality, there is a risk that the poles or fastenings will break.
The inside volume ...
In principle, a dome tent is even more storm-resistant than a tunnel tent but it is harder to put up in stormy conditions.
The unique advantage of a dome tent is that it is self-supporting, i.e. you can put it up without having to anchor it. So if you can only find a few anchorage points, it is eas...
Before the tunnel tent and dome tent became popular on the market, the ridge tent was the leading light-weight tent.
The main advantage of a ridge tent is its low weight. If made of the very best material and if all necessary reinforcements are in place, another advantage is that any broken poles c...
Some manufacturers have attempted to make a pyramid tent. Its main advantage is low weight in relation to size. It is somewhat crowded for those sleeping furthest out though there is plenty of height in the middle.
Those tents which have been produced so far are not particularly stable in wind. Thi...