Lightweight 4 Season Tent

Propel Tent

Propel Tent
Market price: $349.95

The versatile Propel tent allows the user to use ski poles and an avalanche probe for set up during winter adventures or you trekking poles during summer outing. Both concepts follow the design theory we originally used on our Award Winning Rocket Tent. Weight just 2lb 7oz with poles.


Owner Review by Ray Estrella (Photos)

  • 28 sq ft
  • 6.6sq ft vestibule
  • 84 x 48 x 38
  • Min weight 1lb 9oz without poles
  • Min weight 2lb 7oz including poles
  • Max weight 2lb 10oz
  • Pack size 16" x 5"
  • Body- 15d Sil / PU Nylon 1200mm
  • Floor- 15d Sil / PU Nylon 1200mm
  • 8.5mm DAC poles
  • Ability to uses a 300cm Avalanche pole for the ridege pole
  • Fully seam taped
  • Fly vents to help remove condensation
  • Internal zip open door for added ventilation
  • Ability to use adjustable treking poles for set up
  • Fixed trekking poles need to be 44" long

Customer Reviews

  • Author: Mike
    I have used this tent a few times in new england. Mostly on nights when the temps dropped into the high 40's low 50's. I have used this tent during a thunder storm as well. Under these circumstances the tent has exceeded my expectations. I stayed warm and dry. I have yet to use it in snow. I would not recommend using this tent in warmer climates unless you can leave the door open (no bugs). The ventilation works great even with the door shut and I ve encountered very little condensation in the tent however it gets pretty toasty in there which will be great for colder temps. I really wish they added a mesh front door because that would expand the climates i would use it in. In NE I can't leave the door open because of the bugs. Nice and light weight, easy to set up. Even using ski poles is simple and just as effective. Thats all for now, I'll try to update after winter use.
  • Author: Gary Dunn
    I used this tent on Mt Shasta this past summer. I started off with the vents wide open figuring it would be crazy hot inside. I ended up closing the vents to keep some heat in! It is remarkable at venting. Easy to set up and CRAZY light.
  • Author: Brent
    Pretty bomber set up. I find it is ideal as a 1 person tent, seems a bit tight for two people - for example changing clothes, etc, is tight if your not sitting up in the middle. Also there is condensation present (at least on my trips in the Northwest) but it is a non issue as a 1 man tent if you are sleeping in the middle. Well constructed, seams taped, and rain stays out! Weight Specs are incredible - thanks guys!

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