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Hilleberg Soulo

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Overall 10
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Reliable and roomy. I've used the Soulo in two big…

Trailspace.com
16 July 2012
  • Summary: Reliable and roomy.
  • Pros: all weather conditions (wind, rain, snow), roomy, good ventilation, very reliable
  • Cons: not very light for easy summer 1-day treks
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Overall 10
10

Pricey? Most certainly; but when I want a bomber 4-season…

Trailspace.com
11 July 2012
  • Summary: Pricey? Most certainly; but when I want a bomber 4-season solo shelter that I have to depend on to shield me from when Mother Nature decides to throw a tantrum this is the shelter I want.
  • Pros: Strength, durability, and weather resistance of Kerlon 1200 fabric., Hilleberg customer service goes above and beyond., Cheerful yellow inner tent., Quality, attention to detail of the product as a whole., Small things such as the zipper toggles, and gutter., Very user friendly., Ridiculously easy to setup., Setup options (ie outer alone.), Good ventilation.
  • Cons: The only con that I can honestly think of is the price. Not because the shelter is not worth the coin but more for the fact that I think it will send some into sticker shock before they actually take the time to look at the product more in depth.
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Overall 9
9.0

A completely free standing solo tent that is both…

Trailspace.com
4 April 2012
  • Summary: A completely free standing solo tent that is both expedition-ready and ultralight.
  • Pros: Very easy and fast to pitch (no more than 3 minutes), Completely free standing, Lots of space for a one-person tent
  • Cons: Price, Less easy to pack
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Overall 10
10

I often travel solo. There are many lightweight tents…

Trailspace.com
6 June 2011
  • Excerpt: I often travel solo. There are many lightweight tents available but few that are truly four season tents. The Hilleberg Soulo is a tent for the person who wants a tent for all seasons. At under four pounds (3lbs. 13 oz. on my scale), it is light enough for summer backpacking and tough enough for four season use, even strong enough for high altitude expeditions. There are many design features I like with the Soulo. 1. It sets up easily 2.
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Overall 10
10

I have owned this tent and used it for the last two…

Trailspace.com
4 June 2010
  • Excerpt: I have owned this tent and used it for the last two years. I needed a solo tent and this one filled all the requirements and has proven to be a real friend in the boonies. I use it mainly in the Tetons during the winter. It is easy to erect and provides a great deal of headroom, as well as lay down space, and the vestibule is large enough for a Bora 95 pack and snowshoes.
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Overall 10
10

After buying several tents for my solo trips over…

Trailspace.com
13 August 2008
  • Excerpt: After buying several tents for my solo trips over the last few years I ended up with a completely useless Eureka Skylite SUL. After spending the wettest three nights of my hiking career in it I went back to the shop and was allowed to return it. After deciding to spend a bit more than I had on the Eureka I ended up with the Hilleberg Soulo.
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