Mountainsmith Shelter LT 2 Person 3 Season Tarp, Pinon Green

September 24, 2017 - Comment

Inspired by a 30 year old Mountain smith design, this lightweight backcountry shelter sets up fast with two trekking poles (or properly positioned trees) and offers solid weather protection for two from the elements with it’s 40d sill-nylon body. Product Features Rear panel ventilation window Sets up with 2 standard trekking poles – 53″H at

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Inspired by a 30 year old Mountain smith design, this lightweight backcountry shelter sets up fast with two trekking poles (or properly positioned trees) and offers solid weather protection for two from the elements with it’s 40d sill-nylon body.

Product Features

  • Rear panel ventilation window
  • Sets up with 2 standard trekking poles – 53″H at Front / 40″H at Back
  • Two person layout
  • Three season tarp
  • Zippered single door entry

Comments

B.C. says:

Good for the price if it suits your style of camping The Mountain Shelter LT seems pretty nice. Not the best, but for the price and weight, not a bad deal. It was somewhat awkward to put up, though oddly enough I set it up better the first time than the second. It was bigger than I expected(roughly 6×10). I think my tarp was 6×8 and it left the vestibule area uncovered. I carried a tarp as a footprint, but a tent material footprint would be more ideal(more compact and lighter weight). With the right material, you could store it directly in…

James Madsen says:

Excellent Value with Outstanding Quality. I absolutely consider this shelter a five star product. After putting it through a good evaluation on the Uinta Highline trail, I feel like I can accurately describe it’s usefulness. 

Ed R says:

Economical entry into floorless tarp. I purchased this shelter this fall as an attempt to reduce weight but not comfort in my backpack hunting setup. I’ve spent a couple of nights in in and I am impressed. This is my first floorless tarp shelter, I thought it would take some getting used to, but I adapted pretty quickly. The first night was pretty windy, I expected a problem, but to the tarp held up well and stayed put. The second night it rained a little and nothing came under the tarp. 

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