Interior never gets wet during entry, exit, setup or takedown in storms
Free-standing and snow-load capable with optional 8 oz / 227 g pole
Very stable, taut pitch with PitchLoc foldable end supports that are integrated into fly
Separate bug-proof living compartment sets up independently
Generous, adjustable vestibules for excellent gear storage space on either side
Adjustable venting at ends, apex, and sides
Reflective spectra cord guylines with integrated line tighteners
Note: Interiors (mesh or solid) are interchangeable and clip in and out from underneath the fly. You may order either interior at a later date, or the “Both” option means that are ordering the fly and two interiors. The solid interior (which has 2/3 solid / 1/3 mesh doors and a solid roof) blocks horizontally blowing wind, sand, snow, and rain and can make the interior up to 10 degrees F warmer. The solid interior adds about 2 oz (60 g) to listed weight.
Weight: 34 oz / 970 g (with hybrid carbon pole)
Interior Height: 39 in / 99 cm
Floor Width: 20 – 42 in / 51 – 107 cm
Floor Length: 84 in / 213 cm
Stakes: 2 x 8 in / 20 cm Easton Nanos (included)
Packed size: 18 in x 4 in / 46 cm x 10 cm
Note: Tent weight includes stakes, guylines, struts, stuffsacks, and arch pole.
CAN THIS TARPTENT BE CONVERTED TO FREE-STANDING?
Yes, you can purchase an optional 8 oz / 227 g crossing pole which allows the Moment DW to be free standing and also gives support for strong winds and snow.
DOES THIS TARPTENT ACCOMMODATE TALL PEOPLE? (over 6 ft 3 in / 190.5 cm)
For sleeping, yes. It’s almost impossible to run into end walls when laying down. Sit-up room is best for people closer to 6 ft/ 183 cm.
WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE HYBRID CARBON AND ALUMINUM ARCH POLE?
The hybrid carbon poles have some carbon sections and some aluminum sections depending on the stress the section experiences. Our Easton 6.3 series hybrid carbon fiber arch poles are 1 oz / 26 g lighter than the comparable Easton aluminum 7075-T9 poles. The hybrid carbon poles are noticeably stiffer and thus have less flex under wind or snow load. Carbon poles will go from flexed to snapped whereas aluminum will go from flexed to bent. Carbon poles are more susceptible to damage due to abrasion and crushing (via rocks, feet, etc) and therefore require extra care. If you’re reasonably careful with gear, the hybrid carbon will be a stiffer pole overall but otherwise aluminum is less worrisome.
CAN I USE THIS FOR WINTER?
The structure will withstand light to moderate snow loading and high winds especially with the optional crossing pole. The optional solid interior is recommended for cold winds or blowing snow.
CAN I STUFF THE MOMENT DW TO MAKE IT SMALLER?
Yes, the 4 carbon fiber struts are easily removed from the fly and packed with the arch pole.
WILL THE MOMENT DW FIT A LONG/WIDE SLEEPING PAD? Yes, the Moment DW can fit a 76 in x 25 in / 193 cm x 64 cm sleeping pad. Scroll through the photos above to see it in action.
ARE THERE ANY ADDITIONAL PULLOUT POINTS FOR EXTRA STAKING? Yes, there are additional pullouts on the arch sleeve and perimeter hem.