- Perfect for the lightweight backpacker - Hybrid design: double wall sides, and single wall ceiling - Pole clip design for very fast and easy setup and take down - Interior connected to outer for one piece setup/take down - Two top vents on vestibules for cross ventilation - Large no claustrophobic interior with high ceiling - Large side doors for easy entry and exit - 2 interior options: - Mesh Netting interior for extra ventilation - Four interior pockets - Two large vestibules; each with a zippered door - Highest quality components - World class quality - Ready to go out of the box; seam sealed where necessary at the factory
weight: 1.132kg (2lb 7.9oz) for SuprSilTM outer, Mesh Netting inner, non-slip, seam taped floor, and ultra light ALuminum poles (rev. G-2)
So much room!! Packs small. Perfect for 2. Concerned my pups paws may damage the floor, because the material is so light, but we will see.
Tasmanian Trail Adventure
I took my brand new Big Sky Mirage 1P tent on an off-road bikepacking adventure on the Tasmanian Trail in February. It was an 8 day mountainous ride and we camped every night but one. The tent was great. Very lightweight, good ventilation, enough room to put most of my stuff inside with plenty of pocket space and the wonderful clothes line on the top! My face cloth was dry every morning after hanging on the internal clothes line to dry. Easy to set up and take down. No pegs required, though one windy night I did use the pegs while setting up and to secure one of the door flaps which I closed for privacy. The only down side on the tent is that on colder nights there is a lot of condensation that builds up on the top inside the tent. Condensation is always an issue, but since this tent doesn't have a separate fly the condensation was perhaps more noticeable. I would have to pack up the tent damp but when I set it up the next night it didn't take long to dry out. Fortunately, we did not have any rain on our ride (which is highly unusual for Tasmania) so I can't comment on how it holds up in proper rain.
I definitely recommend getting the pegs and goundsheet as well. The groundsheet clips into the base of the tent and is color coded to make it quick and easy to set up. Downsides to the groundsheet is that it tears fairly easily so you have to make sure that the ground is very clear of even the tiniest twig. It tore my first night and so every night after I did have to spend some time making sure the ground was twig free. Also, the groundsheet is sticky on the bottom side so all of the grass clippings, etc stick to it. Even after getting it home and cleaning it I can't get rid of them all!
Folded length for 2P Ultra Light weight DAC NFL poles is 43cm (16.9in).
Note: we do have Light Weight aluminum poles that can be purchased separately that fold to 30cm (12in).
Is it two Doors on the Mirage 2p? I cant see any picture.
What is the material on the tent?
Is it two Doors on the Mirage 2p? > yes, the Mirage 2P tent has 2 doors... one on each side > it also has 2 vestibules for gear storage... one on each side
What is the material on the tent? > outer: SuprSil-UL(TM) fabric, rated: 2,000mm, both sides silicone so 2x stronger than same fabric with PU coating that most big box tent companies use. > inner: no-see-um Mesh Netting > floor: non-slip, seam taped floor, rated: 3,000mm
What are the packed dimensions for the bikepacking version?
About 15cm x 35cm (6in x 14in)
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