A supremely strong, elegantly simple – and fully free standing – Dome Tent that is well-suited for any adventure.
Because of its Kerlon 1800 outer tent material, 10 mm poles and completely free standing design, the Staika excels on any journey where absolute strength is the highest priority, and where terrain could create difficult pitching conditions.
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|Rec. Price||€ 999|
|Weight||4.00 kg / 8 lbs 13.1 oz|
|Net Weight||3.40 kg / 7 lbs 7.93 oz|
|Inner tent Entrances||2|
|Tent Type||Dome (Free Standing)|
|Colors||Green, Red, Sand|
|Linked inner/outer tents||Yes|
A supremely strong, elegantly simple – and fully free standing – Dome Tent that is well-suited for any adventure. Because of its Kerlon 1800 outer tent material, 10 mm poles and completely free standing design, the Staika excels on any journey where absolute strength is the highest priority, and where terrain could create difficult pitching conditions. Easy to pitch and fully able to handle heavy snow loading, the Staika will serve admirably in both exposed and/or above tree line and protected terrain, year ‘round, in any and all weather conditions. And thanks to its spacious two door/two vestibule design and excellent static strength, it makes a superb base camp tent, where users will leave the tent unattended for extended periods of time.
The Staika is all about simple – but simple does not by any means equate to “sparse.” Easy to pitch, immensely stable, remarkably spacious, and quite light, the Staika is an excellent “go to” tent for any use where sturdy strength is the high priority.
We originally designed the Staika for paddle tourers, who wanted a highly stable, fully free standing tent for handling tricky pitching conditions. Since then, it has garnered a large, loyal following amongst a wide assortment of other adventurers: mountaineers, polar travelers, and ski tourers find it a supremely stable base camp tent in all conditions; bicycle tourers love its simplicity and completely free standing construction; and even regular backpackers find great comfort in its roominess and relatively light weight as well as in its strength and stability.
|In a test of two person tents by the German magazine Outdoor, the Staika was named Test Winner.|
|Overland Journal, a US expedition and adventure travel magazine, awarded the Staika its Editor’s Choice, commenting, “you’d have a difficult time finding a more versatile, comfortable, and bombproof lightweight tent.”|
|Outdoor, Germany’s top outdoor magazine, rated the Staika “Very Good,” in a test in 2003. In 2004, Outdoor once again tested dome tents, and proclaimed the Staika “Outstanding.”|
|Staika footprint||€ 99|