A single-wall tent that pitches with trekking poles instead of tent poles to save weight, the Zerogram ZERO 1 Pathfinder comes in at just 22.9 ounces. It’s ideal for the solo backpacker seeking basic three-season shelter and bug protection, and features two doors for easy entry and exit. The large front and rear vents help control condensation, while the vestibule area provides a separate space for cooking and gear storage. Measuring 85 inches long and 43.3 inches at its widest point with a peak height of 45.2 inches, the Pathfinder has a 30d nylon PU floor and a sil-coated 15d nylon PU rain fly.
Note: This tent requires a pair of trekking poles for setup (not included). Quantities are limited to 25.
Founded in 2011 in Seoul, South Korea, Zerogram draws inspiration from naturalist John Muir and other 19th-century outdoor pioneers. The company’s philosophy is rooted in lightness—both in the way we pack our bags and the way we treat our planet’s resources. As a result, the product line features lightweight, minimalist, innovative designs for tents, sleeping bags, and other accessories. Zerogram takes its name from the idea of zero weight: “Though in theory, there is no material that weighs nothing, we dream of developing weightless equipment.”
All orders will be shipped by Massdrop.
Estimated ship date is Dec 8, 2017 PT.