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Shockcorded continuous pole system makes setup easy.
It is not an ultralight backpacking tent, but it is not too heavy. Easy to fold it up after use. I was also surprised by the fact that the rainfly, poles, stakes, and everything fit into the backpack. Space also is more than enough for one person.
Moderately breathable during warm weather. It's not best to use during high wind or adverse weather. The rain fly seemed to absorb some water during heavy rain. However, it wasn't that of a big deal since it didn't drip on me, and I stayed dry.
The Chaos 1 has one door and a peak center height of 3' 0, which is a tiny bit smaller than the average height of the 68 various 1 person tents we have studied. With 22 square feet of room inside, it is a tiny bit smaller than some other 1-person tents, and it could be a little cramped for you during the whole of the 3-seasons, this tent is recommended for use in, smaller tents like this one are a superb choice for campers that like spending lots of hours outside of their tent exploring.
Many of the cool points about dome tents are, that they are generally speaking lightweight, making them easy to carry around. In nearly all instances, tents used for backpacking are of the dome type. They are usually, freestanding and very simple to set up. In good weather, you can do without securing the tent with stakes and ropes, not that this is recommended.
Dome tents are the most common of all the various types of tents you will find when camping. They tend to do better in bad weather than other types, allowing water to easily slide off the slanted sides, unlike cabin tents that have flat tops, resulting in the water pooling on the roof. The simplest dome tent will have a square floor, slanted sides a couple of poles which cross in the middle of the roof. Because of their construction, it is generally thought of that they are best for up to a maximum of 6 people.
Below you can see an account of the tent's strongest and weakest points.
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Alps Mountaineering's Chaos 1 tent is perfect for backpacking. There are a couple of other things not already mentioned above which, we found and liked, while reviewing the model: Extra guy-outs on fly to stabilize tent in bad weather, Extra large #8 zippers on doors and vestibules and The poles are all shock corded together as one continuous system. .
With great ratings, and a minimum headroom of 3' and 22 square feet of space to enjoy, this tent is like your very own miniature home away from home. It enables you to enjoy some real quality time camping. We found a decent amount of pros about the tent that you can read through above.
If you came to this page looking for suggestions about this specific tent, we think, it would make for a great purchase. If you just happened to arrive on this website while looking for a brand new tent having not heard of this manufacture or this model before, it is perhaps a good idea to check out some other similar tents also.
Value for money: In terms of value for money, this tent is a lot cheaper than the usual price of all the one hundred and six, one-person tents we have looked at, this alone by itself does not make it good value for money. We also need to think about other things in-depth, as we do for each tent.
When we tally up the ratings of an individual tent, we examine tons of data points, looking for areas where the tent could outdo other similar tents and where it is lacking. In this case, with an overall score of 4.3 and the price info above, one can see that with a ticket price of $149.95 info_outline The Chaos 1 is a good buy and incredibly cheap in comparison with comparable tents.
The ratings show that the build and space the tent provides were not skimped on to finish up with a price unquestionably under the normal price for similar tents. It is also worth noting it is discounted by 32% from the manufactures MSRP. It will make an excellent choice for nearly all people looking for an appropriate three-season backpacking tent to camp with, that will serve you well for years to come.
|3' 0"||22 sq ft|
|3' 4"||33 sq ft|
|3' 5"||41 sq ft|
Is the tent freestanding?
Yes, It is better to use the provided guy lines and stakes to secure it though.
Is a footprint included with the Chaos 1?
No, a footprint is not included free of charge, you can buy one made by Alps Mountaineering separately though.
Is the Chaos 1 good for backpacking?
Yes, It can be used for backpacking as it only weighs 77 Oz.
Is the tent suitable for camping in the colder months?
No, It is probably best used uniquely for the recommended 3 seasons only.
Does the Chaos 1 tent have internal storage pockets or a gear loft?
Yes, it has both, allowing you enough places to store your things inside.
Does the tent have any vestibules to store stuff?
Yes, the tent does have 2 vestibules to keep your muddy boots and outdoor clothing, etc.
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