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Macpac-microlight.4362037
6.1* out of 10

macpac Microlight

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Overall 9
9.0

Very good tent, only lacking a little in the way that…

Trailspace.com
8 December 2012
  • Summary: Very good tent, only lacking a little in the way that condensation can build up.
  • Pros: quick and easy to set up and pull down, light and compact, dual pitch system
  • Cons: condensation can build up if no breeze
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Overall 10
10

The Macpac Microlight is a versatile tent especially…

Trailspace.com
30 March 2012
  • Summary: The Macpac Microlight is a versatile tent especially for a 46-year-old Dad, me, wanting to introduce his 5-year-old daughter to the Australian Alps and for a once competent 20-something telemarker to give it go again this snow season on battered knees. At 46 I unashamedly want 4-season gear to be lightweight and this delivers at 1.5 kgs. I've heard it's perhaps too warm for Australian summer conditions but then you can't have everything, where would I put it!
  • Pros: Versatility, Well thought out., Generous 1 person interior., Good size mesh gear storage pocket.
  • Cons: Harsh to report any!, Would like to be able to purchase a floor, maybe you can.
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Overall 10
10

Used this tent always on multi-day trips on foot.

Trailspace.com
27 March 2006
  • Excerpt: Used this tent always on multi-day trips on foot. I have done quite a bit of research before I bought this tent and I could not find any other tent here in Australia that compares with this in regards to space and weight. Most one-person tents are too small that you put your backpack either under the fly or if you put it inside then it gets uncomfortable to sleep.
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Overall 10
10

Macpac make wonderful tents. Fly is UV40 polyester,…

Trailspace.com
18 May 2000
  • Excerpt: Macpac make wonderful tents. Fly is UV40 polyester, waterproof to 3500ml, floor is robust, no leaks after prolonged pitching in wet areas. Pole threads through the fly and the whole unit can be pitched either together or independently.
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