Free-standing with optional 16 oz / 454 g crossing pole set
Separate living compartment clips up to fly and is completely removable
Interior never gets wet during entry, exit, setup or takedown in storms
Roomy with excellent gear storage space
Taut pitch with PitchLoc foldable corners
Reflective spectra cord guylines
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 half solid half mesh walls and a solid roof) blocks horizontally blowing wind, sand, snow, and rain; some say it makes the tent up to 10 degrees F warmer. The mesh interior is about 4.5 oz (128 g) less than listed weight.
Weight: 60 oz / 1.7 kg
Interior Height: 45 in / 114 cm
Floor Width: 52 in /132 cm
Floor Length: 88 in /223.5 cm
Stakes: 6 x 8 in / 20 cm Easton Nanos (included)
Packed size : 18 in x 5 in / 51 cm x 13 cm
Note: Tent weight includes stakes, guylines, struts, stuffsacks, and arch pole.
Can I use this for winter?
When used with the optional crossing poles, the Scarp 1 can handle substantial snow-loading and wind exposure. The solid interior is recommended for cold winds or blowing snow.
Can the Scarp 2 be converted to free-standing?
Yes, if using the optional crossing poles.
Can the Scarp 2 really fit three people?
The floor of the Scarp 1 accommodates three 3/4 length sleeping pads (48 in x 20 in / 122 cm x 51 cm) in a pinch. Check out photo 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.
Does this Tarptent accommodate tall people (over 6 ft 3 in / 190.5 cm)?
Sitting up, you have 45 in / 113 cm of room. In addition, the full floor length (86 in / 218 cm ) is usable due to vertical end walls.