These days, there’s a lot of good cheap ultralight tents out there. Gone are the days when a solid ultralight option would set you back a small fortune. In fact, with so many great looking tents, we’re struggling to keep up! Too many tents, and not enough time for us to review them all 😀
So today we’re bringing you a roundup of 3 cheap Naturehike tents we’re desperate to try out for the next camping season! Let’s take a look at what’s on our wish list:
The Naturehike Mongar 2-Person
The Naturehike Mongar weighs in at 2.15kg (pack weight). Although this would make it a little heavy side for one person, sharing the weight on a two person trip should mean you still come in at something like an
The design of the Mongar is similar to the – significantly more expensive – MSR Hubba Hubba NX. It’s made of 20D Ripstop Nylon, has an impressive 4000mm hydrostatic head, and has 2 entrances and vestibules – meaning plenty of room for storing your gear.
The Naturehike Cloud Peak 2-Person
The Naturehike Cloud Peak 2-Person weighs in at 2.5kg. Again, you’d probably want to split that kind of pack weight between two people. The Cloud Peak features a mesh top with a waterproof cover – a nice little innovation that’s designed to improve ventilation inside the tent. As with the Mongar, there are also 2 entrances and vestibules so there should be plenty of room for you and a friend, plus gear.
The Naturehike Cirrus 2-Person
The Naturehike Cirrus 2-person has a stated weight of 1.99kg / 4.39lb, making it just about light enough for 1 person, but splitting the weight between 2 would still be preferable. The Cirrus features a 3000mm hydrostatic head, included groundsheet, and a vestibule area that looks big enough to cook in. For the money, this looks like a great all-round 3-season tent!
Is It Time To Go Camping Yet!?
Well folk, that’s all for now. I hope you enjoyed this rundown of some cheap, lightweight Naturehike tents. Which one’s your favorite? Let us know in the comments! And don’t forget to check out the rest of our blog for more tips, tricks, and gear reviews from the trail.