Product will have a few instances of extra Dyneema blemish tape lines. Fully taped with no performance, weight, or warranty difference. Dyneema is inherently irregular — the fiber weave is wiggly and it only becomes a potential structural problem when the distance between adjacent fibers approaches 1/8in. All the Dyneema blemish tents have one or more extra tape lines to account for these fiber gaps. The tape actually makes the fabric stronger than it would otherwise be and the “look” is really not that different given the presence of all the taping already present.
One pound, one pole, infinite possibilities. Single wall, single pole, and made with Dyneema®, it packs to 14 in (36 cm) and is perfect for any minimalist adventure including thru-hiking, bikepacking, packrafting, and backpacking.
The patented Aeon Li features two fundamental design improvements over half-pyramid style shelters. First, the vertical back wall of the tent has a set of Tarptent’s PitchLoc™ foldable corners to increase the interior volume and storm strength of the tent while maintaining a minimal footprint. Second, the PitchLoc™ corners are implemented in combination with a structural awning to increase head/shoulder room and create static equilibrium so that both front doors can be completely rolled back without the need for a forward guyline.
Want double wall, double doors? Have a look at the Notch Li.
Want a single wall that packs to any dimension? Have a look at the ProTrail Li.
Your order includes:
- Fully enclosed Aeon Li shelter with integrated fly and floor
- Six 6in aluminum stakes + Dyneema® stake bag
- Dyneema® tent bag
~RL (verified owner) –
Whelp. Put me dahn as a TT fanboy. Received ownership of a blem , ( omg ) Aeon today. First pitch was in the three-four minute range. I looked intensely at how they rolled it up at the factory while unrolling to make sure I could reroll it to fit the sack. Took a moment to find the fabric fault. That’s it ? What’s the big deal. Hardest part was trying to get inside the mind of Mr. S to figger out what he figgered out. I figured it out. Was able to get a nice pitch. Studied the pitchlocks to find them very adjustable on multiple levels. Did the happy dance when it stood firmly without a front guy line and happier yet knowing it was there if needed. Take down was quick and it fit back into the stuff sack a bit looser than when I first pulled it out. Is that legal? After a few hours went by, I pitched it again. Quick, tight, fast. Prolly a bit under two minutes, albeit with laboratory conditions out in the yard and memories of the first pitch relatively fresh in my mind. Perfect shelter for my hiking style. A shout out to TT, thanks for all you do. Peace, ~RL