The best one man tent should be big enough for you to sleep comfortably in, with enough room to sit up and store your supplies. It should also be compact enough to carry around without causing you any hassle while you’re moving between camps, or heading up the trail.
Look out for Thermo-taped seams, mosquito nets and little porches, to help make your camping trips safer and more enjoyable. We’ve tried to pick tents which are suitable for taller people, too, since nobody likes to feel all cramped up after a long day hiking and exploring.
Altus Light Series Tent 41500DI036
‘Serious weather protection for extreme hiking and camping.’
Altus Light Series Tent has thermo-sealed seams and double mosquito net interior to help keep pesky critters out. High-grade ventilation and extremely wind and waterproof.
Size and weight
A tapered tent with enough room inside for tall people to stretch out and sit up with large rucksacks. Packed weight is 1.7kg.
As well as being strong and sturdy, the Altus Light Series Tent is lightweight and features double doors with mosquito netting, making it great for hot weather and forest camping. The tapered design makes is extremely sturdy in high winds, and the ventilation system helps to keep clear air circulating throughout the tent. A serious contender for best one man tent in our review.
Thermo-sealed seams offer greater protection from rain and wind, and will help to keep the seams from splitting after constant use, a problem faced by many cheaper tents on the market.
Serious hikers and campers, and amateurs willing to spend more money for a high-quality one-person tent.
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