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L'indice d'étanchéité de MIER Lanshan est supérieur à celui de produits similaires. Double-toit à coutures scellées (nylon 15D, silicone/PU 5000mm) et fond de baignoire (nylon 20D, silicone/PU 6000mm)
Pesant seulement 2,2 livres pour une tente pour 1 personne et 2,8 livres pour une tente pour 2 personnes. Solide comme un roc dans la tempête venteuse et il a également bien résisté à la grêle et aux orages. Anti-UV et résistant aux déchirures
Facile à installer et à démonter dans toutes les conditions. Connecté la tente extérieure et intérieure avec des crochets, renforcés par une corde à vent et des piquets de tente. Assemblez en 5 à 10 minutes avec un bâton de randonnée(PAS DE BÂTONS DE TREKKING FOURNIS !)
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I wasn't quite sure what to expect based on the numerous reviews of this tent from the variety of resellers from whom it can be purchased. I am pleasantly surprised by the product I've received.First, the seams all came taped. I only applied a small amount of sealant to several small stitching areas which appear to have been stitched AFTER the location had been sealed (??). I tested it in a heavy rain storm, and only a very little bit of water accumulated at each of the head and foot ends of the tent. I actually attribute this to a less than ideal pitch (because of the rockiness of the location that night) and condensation. I don't believe the tent was leaking at all.Second, wind was a concern, as it would be for any trekking-pole or other tension-based tent. I set this up in windy conditions on both nights, by myself without much difficulty. I will say that site selection is especially critical with this tent to get the best performance, but once it was up, it did not budge during several hours of high winds (30-50mph)Despite temps in the teens, I experienced ZERO water inside the tent due to condensation, which I was fully expecting. Granted, my pitch that night was MUCH better than the first (see photo).I think this tent would be tight for two people (I'm 5'8", 190lbs), but it is quite roomy for one, especially with the generous vestibules.I've also replaced the plastic "rams head" hooks connecting the vestibule doors to the front/back guy lines with metal equivalents since they are known to be a weakness of these tents.This tent is a very good value for such a lightweight shelter.
Definitely worth the money. Bought this knowing I have to seam seal it myself but for the money and weight I can't complain. Also very spacious for a two person tent. Only one small issue is you'll need to get two extra stakes if you wanna stake out the side guy lines.
NOT super ultralite at 46 OZ WITH footprint AND stakes but a weather and bomb proof PALACE......You can't beat the price and a youtuber named Paul Carpenter took a garden hose to his and really blasted it.....BONE DRY ! BUY IT . Notice the reflective guy lines....just brilliant.
First, a note about footprints. The miers footprint is a super lifetime waterproof rectangle and it makes setting up the tent 10x easier, donde one the corners are staked the tent just sits on top and hook on the guy lines. Brilliant.However: The Hikeman 8.5x7.2 hex footprint is a perfect fit for the Miers Lanshan2 tent. The hex shape provides "floor" under the vestibules of the rain fly.The main rectangle fits almost exactly the same as the Miers footprint. The entire footprint is covered by the tent fly, so it stays dry when the tent is zipped up. I've posted more info on that product listing.I still pack the Miers footprint as a spare ground tarp or shade/ rain awning, it works brilliantly in those roles as well.Okay, now the tent:The Miersport Lanshan2 is an amazing tent. I thought it was a cheap knockoff of some expensive tents, but really this is a great tent all on its own merits. With the vestibules it fits two people and two packs comfortably, and most important, with the right footprint everything stays clean and dry- as clean and dry as things can be when you are hiking and backcountry camping.It packs up about the size of 2 grapefruit, it is extremely light, and once you've practiced it once or twice it takes only a few minutes to set up or takedown and stow. Seriously, if you have any questions post them, id be happy to explain our setup method. Its so easy, I can't believe all the years I messed with tents with complicated pole and rod systems.I'll say it again, I've had a lot of tents, no other tents have made me this happy.We've camped in heat and it has adequate air flow under the fly.We've camped in rain, and we've stayed dry.
Overall, I think this is a good, budget friendly, lightweight, backpacking tent. I am, however, disappointed in a couple of components that seem to have been altered/changed, based on what I’ve seen in all online video reviews I’ve watched.The line lock tensioners of the guy lines have been changed to an in-line style instead of those attached directly to the loops on the tent. I find this particular in-line style to be more of a pain to adjust the tension as it requires two hands instead of just one.The other change, which makes the tent more cumbersome to pitch, is the lines on the four corners of the inner tent floor body. Instead of utilizing bungee cord, the tent now simply has thin static string (same cordage as the guy lines). This inhibits being able to easily attach the outer tent fly to the tent pegs first, then later attaching the inner tent floor lines to the tent pegs. I also found the thin static cord to be too short to effectively provide a proper pitch (the outer tent ends up being tensioned all the way to the tent stakes, matching the inner tent attachment lines, thus being too close to the ground to provide proper ventilation flow from underneath). I see that lower down in the listing, the seller touts the change to static lines as “an improvement” but I see it as a downgrade (and probably a cost cutting measure).Although I have now since swapped out the thin static lines of the inner tent corners to some bungee line that I bought, I was disappointed that the tent did not arrive that way.Finally, I find it great that both the fly and inner mesh tent components can easily be set up independently. Just adding two guy lines attached to the top corner rings to then stake out the trekking poles is all that’s needed extra for the independent inner mesh setup.In the end, I still think this is a great tent (provided there’s some additional seam sealing). After a test night of hard thunderstorms, there was some water puddling inside (see photos). Some of it could have been blown inside from underneath the vestibules (as splash up), but I’ll be seam sealing the areas I think are more vulnerable to leaks.
This tent is an amazing find. It compresses down small, it weights less than 3lbs, it hold up to wind and rain. I love it and have annoyed all my friends talking to them about it 😉 this was my first season with it, so we’ll see how it hold up!