The Exped Sirius Extreme camping tent takes the camping experience very “Sirius”-ly. The four-season Sirius Extreme tent provides shelter in all weather conditions, thanks to its tunnel design and the light, compressible silnyl fly. Housing two to three campers, the Sirius Extreme camping tent features a U-shaped ceiling to maximize interior space, and a large vestibule accommodates your gear. The Sirius Extreme camping tent had a packed weight of seven pounds, and is quick to pitch – which is a good thing because once you see it, you can’t wait to get inside. The Exped Sirius Extreme camping tent comes in Terra Cotta and retails for $375. Exped.
Stretch out in the cool shade or take refuge form the unexpected rain under your Exped Arc Tarp. The Arc Tarp is built to fit most Exped camping tents, and its two DAC Featherlight SL poles give the Arc Tarp its shape while allowing for variable height – raise it up for a standing shelter, or lower it for an awesome wind-proof nook. The Arc Tarp uses a cord harness to attach to Exped tunnel tents, overlapping with the door for a weatherproof welcome home after a day out and about. The Exped Arc Tent weighs 2.3 pounds, comes in Terra Cotta and retails for $235. Exped.
Because the Exped Polaris camping tent is designed especially for the toughest outdoor conditions imaginable – winter weather in the mountains – rest assured you’re making a sound decision for any outdoor application. The Polaris camping tent is an ultra-light, single-wall design featuring DAC aluminum SL poles and an aerodynamic three-pole design, so the elements roll right off. A waterproof and breathable triple-layer PTFE-laminate material can take whatever nature throws at it – water, wind and white-outs. The unique floor plan provides for more interior space, and a protective vestibule holds two packs comfortably. The Polaris camping tent has a packed weight of 6.4 pounds and retails for $675. Exped.Your email address will not be published.