Trek 900 1-Person Ultralight Trekking Tent - Grey

    € 113.99

    Designed for 1 person trekking and bivouacking for several days needing an ultra-lightweight compact tent with a storage space (porch).

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    SKU: S172513 (2556835)
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    Product benefits
    1. Easy transport
      Weight: 1.6kg Min weight: 1.3kg Compact bag: 6 litres. 40cm * 12cm * 12cm
    2. Capacity
      3-in-1. 60 cm per person. Bedroom height 95 cm. 1 porch. 3 pockets.
    3. Easy assembly / dismantling
      Semi-freestanding. Pre-assembled groundsheet and bedroom. Aluminium poles.
    4. Durability
      Resists wind up to 70km/h (Force 8): validated in wind tunnels on rotating plate
    5. Waterproof
      Water column (Schmerber): 4000 mm-rated flysheet. 5000mm-rated room groundsheet.
    6. Heat reduction
      2 high ventilations. Bedroom with mosquito net. Two-way zip on door.
    7. Darkness
    8. Environmental impact
      Environmental impact
      Lifecycle comparison: sleeping tent -
    Product feature
    1. Dimensions and weight, Folded dimensions
      Total weight: 1.6 kg 3-in-1 = separable elements to build your required configuration. Minimum weight (flysheet + bedroom + pole kit + pegs): 1.3 kg. Weight of flysheet alone: 515 g Weight of bedroom only: 405 g Weight of pole kit: 265 g Weight of pegs (10 items): 120 g Weight of a removable groundsheet (supplied): 165 g Bag weight: 66 g Repair kit (ferrule, patch): 33 g Compact bag with compression straps: 6 litres. Bag dimensions: 40 cm * 12 cm * 12 cm
    2. Inner space
      Total height of the tent: 101 cm. Dimensions of the room: Length 210 cm * width 60 cm * height 95 cm (highest). The side awning (storage space between the bedroom and the flysheet), which is 68 cm deep, can accommodate a backpack of about 50 to 70 Litres, mountain equipment and a pair of hiking boots. 3 pockets in bedroom. 1 inner top hook for hanging a lamp and loops available inside (clothes line).
    3. Poles, pegs
      Aluminium poles Ø 8.5 mm DAC Featherlite NSL lightweight and resistant to breakage and frost. Tent pegs: heavy duty lightweight aluminium DAC corner pegs.
    4. Pitching/striking
      Partly freestanding. 3-in-1 tent by combining or separating the elements: complete tent/inner tent alone/tarp mode flysheet alone. Quick ptiching/striking. Pre-assembled bedroom and groundsheet. The assembled pole facilitates the placement of elements. 2 rip-tabs on the inner side of the flysheet in windy conditions. Storage in the bag: fold the pole, fold the tent over (width of the bag) and roll everything up.
    5. Waterproofing
      Forclaz tents are validated in the laboratory (tent mounted under 200 litres/metre² per hour for 4 hours, the equivalent of a tropical rainfall), as well as in field test missions. 40-denier polyester (PE) flysheet with a polyurethane coating (inside) & silicone coating (outside), 75D PE room groundsheet. Seams taped with heat bonded tape. Room in breathable and water-repellent 15-denier polyamide, partly made of mosquito net, to avoid contact with condensation drops.
    6. Wind resistance
      We test all our tents in a wind tunnel on a rotating platform where we can expose each side of the tent to the wind. To test its wind resistance, the tent must be properly pitched, taut but not stretched, with all the guy ropes in position around the tent. It should remain habitable at wind speeds of 70km/h, measured near ground level.
    7. Ventilation and condensation prevention
      Bedroom with mosquito net sections for ventilation and sections in a water repellent fabric to protect from condensation and draughts. Two upper air vents and a two-way zip on the door to optimise air flow. To reduce condensation inside your tent, it must be properly pitched, with the fabric kept taut without over-stretching. The air vents and good air flow reduce humidity inside your tent.
    8. Sun protection
      The flysheet fabric filters UV rays with a UPF of 30. Please note: a large amount of UV rays can pass through an open door. Protect your skin.
    9. Eco-design
      The entire tent is made of 20% recycled materials, thereby reducing the product's environmental impact. Flysheet made of 50% recycled materials. The bedroom is made of a "bulk dyed" component that reduces the amount of water used. The tent poles are coloured using an innovative anodising process that does not use nitric and phosphoric acids.
    10. Warranty
      Every tent sold at Decathlon is guaranteed for 2 years of normal use (valid with your receipt or loyalty card as proof of purchase). In case of any problem have your tent examined in the nearest Decathlon store. All Forclaz tents are repairable: spare parts and tent pole repair services are available in the workshop of your Decathlon store, on the shopfloor or at decathlon. fr
    11. A score for comparing the environmental impact of products
      The environmental impact of the products is calculated based on the life cycle of the product and with different indicators. A score ranging from A to E is attributed so that you can easily identify the products with a better environmental performance compared to products of the same type (T-shirts, trousers, backpacks,...). Decathlon totally backs the environmental labelling approach. For more info:
    Product testing
    1. Composition
      Inside room : 100.0% Polyester (PES) Flysheet : 100.0% Polyester (PES) Pole : 100.0% Aluminium Carry bag : 100.0% Polyester (PES)
    2. Storage advice
      Storage: after using or cleaning the tent, dry it thoroughly before storing to avoid bad odours and mould.
    3. Product restrictions
      For more comfort, use a mummy-shaped mattress.
    4. Product catchline
      The most compact and lightweight trekking tent Forclaz 1 person. Great habitability, side awning. 3-in-1: can be used as a whole tent, or protective flysheet or as a single room.
    5. Lab tested
      The waterproofing of Forclaz tents is validated by testing that a pitched tent placed under a 200 litre/m²/hr shower (tropical rain) for 4 hours prevents water from passing through the seams, flaps, openings, zips, etc. The water column test (=mm Schmerbe
    Product reviews
    1.5 / 5
    2 reviews
    2 users recommend this product
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    • Definitelty light weight but not protective.

      Nelson (India)
      Used for 2 to 8 weeks
      Started my journey with high hopes to the Himachal with the light weight tent definitely agree its the lightest tent available but leaving the weight apart the tent was not of great help on the Parvathi valley with lower temperature and rain as the water moisture forms on the inside of the tent and the ventilation is to big that the cold winds could not be blocked which made me have terrible sleepless cold nights .. I have pretty much picked all my trekking gear from decathlon was pretty much satisfied with the recommendation of all other products picked except this tent which is quite huge in price but really not helpful so here I am back looking for an alternative tent to start back my journey
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    • Tent Design Is Flawed

      Ray (United Kingdom)
      Used for 2 to 8 weeks
      Having purchased a lot of items from Decathlon I am sad to say that this tent has a couple of design flaws. I have wild camped and hiked across Scotland and also completed treks such as the TGO challenge. This tent looked interesting and purchased to try it out for my YouTube channel. Howver having used it a couple of times I have the following concern. After a summit camp in good warm weather I was struggling to get to sleep with very cold legs. Noticed that the mesh door comes right down to ground and when the tempratures dropped and wind starts to pick up, even a slight breeze it will come through this mesh door. meaning that even in your sleeping bag your body gets a gold chill no matter how yoou turn to try and avoid it. If the weather was very severe I would be concerned for the potential for hypothermia to be honest as I couldnt get a good nights slepp and that was in warm weather. Also the small velcro tabs on the inside of the flysheet to hold the main spine pole in place is a poor design and no matter how I tried, trying to get good tension on the guylines without the flysheet slipping to one side or the other was impossible. if you did nearly get it right it would put a curved kink onto the pole. As for tested to force 8 in a wind tunnel I am not believing that either unless I can see the film footage. Having used MSR, Vango, Hilliberg, and many more I feel that the design choices have NOT been tested in real world and not fit for purpose .