Room for you and your meat.
Fill your truck up with homemade beef jerky and head out on the festival circuit, but don't forget the Poler One Man Tent; pitch it it in a muddy field and snuggle down to dream of getting rich selling dried meat. The mesh body keeps bugs away and vents beautifully if the weather's good, and the 3000mm waterproof rain fly has you covered if the clouds roll in. When you wake up, check the weather through the plastic window, stash your hookah and Hunter S. Thompson collection in the vestibule for safekeeping, and head out to make your meaty fortune.
- Taped seams and 3000mm waterproof rain fly
- Lightweight aluminum poles
- Guy line, tent stakes, and patch kit included
- Clear plastic eye in rain fly
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Poler Instructional Video f/ Dr. Dan
Must have in your quiver
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
I've used this thing so many times Ive lost count. From the car camper to the wildlife wanderer this tent has been a great piece of equipment. I've used it solo and slept with all of my gear inside, and I have also used it with two people. Make sure you are down to snuggle because its tight, but two fit(skinny) people can catch some zzzzz's in unicen with no problems.
Dont let this thing fool you. Its extremely functional for any type of camping. Heavy for backpacking but it can be used in all types of conditions.
Here is a photo of my tent while on a dirtbike trip from Salt Lake to Costa Rica. We setup on the deck of a commuter ship between La Paz Mexico and Puerto Vallerta. So yes, it works great for urban camping too.