Features Enter your model number to make sure this fits. Dual Full Vestibule-High Vents-Zipper Vestibule Closure Single Piece Bathtub Floor-Easy Tensioning Adjustment Floating Canopy-Floating Floor-Optimized Sleeping Area Center Pole Support -Single Hiking Pole Support-Ultra-light Waterproof Canopy Internal Gear Area-Oversized Screen Door-Extremely Easy Setup-Weights 24 oz.-3 Seasons-Sleeps 1 Description Product Description Six Moon Design's Lunar Solo has a distinctive low hexagonal shape that easily spills the wind no matter the direction. Short steeply sloped sides handle snow or high winds with ease. A generous canopy covers a 26 sq. ft. sleeping area plus 8.5 sq. ft. of vestibule storage. The 48" peak height, set in the middle of the tent maximizes room for sitting and taking care of chores. The sleeping area is surrounded 6 inch deep bathtub floor, topped by 6 inches of mesh. This ensures excellent ventilation while keeping you separated from low canopy walls. This keeps you drier on those occasions when condensation forms on the canopy. The vestibule is set on the long side of the tent to maximize views and ventilation when fully open. Close it and you've got phenomenal protection from the worst storms. A 2012 redesign raised the canopy 3" to 48" and offset the pole, the result was considerably more headroom. Extending the floor to 90" and making end walls vertical enhances sleeping for taller individuals. The slight reduction in floor space is more than compensated for by better weather handling. With more vertical walls, the Lunar Solo easily sheds wind and snow. Requires one pole: Either a trekking pole or the Six Moon Designs 49 inch carbon fiber tent pole (both sold separately). **Please Note** Stakes and tent poles are not included and must be purchased separately. Seam Sealing: This tent is not seam sealed. Tent is made of Silicone Nylon, which has proven its worth in ultralight shelters. Because Silicone Nylon fibers are infused in a coating of silicone, this fabric is both stronger and lighter than traditional tent fabrics. Since silicone is inert, it has the added benefit that it will never mold or mildew. To seam seal silicone nylon, you will need a silicone based sealer. The silicone in the sealer will form a permanent bond with the silicone in the fabric and once seam sealed, your tent will last for years. For Silicone Fabrics, we recommend using McNett's SilNet.