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Snugpak Now Offering Ionosphere And Scorpion 2 In Coyote Tan

Snugpak is now offering their Ionosphere and Scorpion 2 tents in Coyote Tan. Both the Ionosphere and Scorpion 2 both use 5000mm PU material for th efly and flooring, along with DAC Featherlite NSL poles made from TH72M anodized aluminum with pressfit connectors.

Shared features:
• Flysheet is a lightweight 210t Polyester RipStop with a 5000mm waterproof polyurethane coating
• Inner Tent constructed of 190t Nylon with 50D Polyester No-See-Um-Mesh
• DAC Featherlite NSL anodized poles with pressfit connectors
• All DAC Poles are made from TH72M aluminum
• All seams are taped sealed
• Repair Kit included

IONOSPHERE
Ionosphere

The Ionosphere is a compact and lightweight 1-person tent with a streamlined low profile design. An included full mosquito net inner can be set up and used on its own, or added to the fly when weather turns bad.

• 1 Doors
• Alloy Stakes (14 + 2 Spare Stakes)
• Available in Olive and Coyote Tan
• Pack Weight 3.34 lbs. (Fly, Inner Tent, Poles, Stakes, Repair Kit & Carry Case)
• Pack size 17”L x 5.25”D inches

SCORPION 2
Scorpion 2

The Scorpion 2 features a unique Fly-First Pitch Type Design, allowing one to pitch the fly and then attach the inner tent. This means the fly can be set up independently as a shelter.

• 1 Door & 3 Vents
• Alloy Stakes (14 + 2 Spare Stakes)
• Available in Olive and Coyote Tan
• Pack Weight 5.83 lbs. (Fly, Inner Tent, Poles, Stakes, Repair Kit & Carry Case)
• Pack size 17”L x 7.5”D inches

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4 Responses to “Snugpak Now Offering Ionosphere And Scorpion 2 In Coyote Tan”

  1. Ned says:

    This is the site I use for Snugpak gear.
    http://www.outdoorgb.com

  2. Kemp says:

    I own the civi version of the ionosphere, made by jack wolfskin. Very light, rugged, quick to set up (2-3 min tops) and very low profile. I reccommend it.

  3. Mike says:

    I’ve used the Ionospere for about a year now. I’ve used it myself, loaned it to friends, and used it as a two-man with my girlfriend. Solid all-around tent that’s very intuitively setup and it’s pretty light while it’s at it.

  4. badjujuu says:

    I own the Scorpion 2 and it is a solid tent. Earlier this year I had it with me during a FTX and we have had a pretty bad storm. Water was comind down in sheets – lets just say that I was dry, warm and cozy while my mates had water inside their issued tents. The only gripe I have about the Scorpion 2 is that it seems short on the inside. Now – I am 5 feet 7 inches on a good day, so no Goliath here but my head was right by the door zipper and my feet would touch the material on the other side. I tried to sleep in the angle but that provided little relief due to the tent shape. I live the idea of how there is two parts of the tent – and the possibility of setting up a quick shelter without setting up the whole tent.