The MSR Carbon Reflex 1 tent is a lightweight, non-freestanding backpacking tent that crosses the barrier from ultralight to hyperlight its the lightest, double-wall solo tent we've ever made. Utilizing the latest fabrics and cutting edge carbon fiber poles, we have engineered a tent thats ideal for any 3-season adventure you're ready to take on from bike touring through Central America to minimalist weekends. The best thing about the Carbon Reflex series tents, however, is what we didn't take out livability. Packing over 2.2 m (7 ft) of length, plenty of room to sit up in and a roomy vestibule, the Carbon Reflex 1 solo non-freestanding backpacking tent proves our philosophy that traveling ultralight should increase your comfort not compromise it.
Hyperlight: Carbon fiber poles and efficient design make the Carbon Reflex 1 tent .15 kg (5 oz) lighter than the Hubba NX tent.
Advanced Poles: MSR Custom Carbon 6.3 tent poles weigh up to 30% less than aluminum with a significant increase in strength.
Versatile: Straight-forward tent design sets up fast and pitches with just rainfly and footprint for added versatility.
Additional Features: Ultralight, non-freestanding tent design; taped, DuraShield coated fly and bathtub floor; (4) internal mesh storage pockets; large front door and vestibule.
Color Moss Green/Gray
Minimum Weight 2 lbs 2 oz / 970 g
Packed Weight 2 lbs 9 oz / 1.14 k
Fast & Light® Minimum Weight w/ footprint 1 lbs 8 oz / 688 g
Body Weight 15 oz / 423 g
Rainfly Weight 13 oz / 361 g
Frame Weight 6.5 oz / 186 g
Floor Area 15.5 sq. ft / 1.4 sq. m
Vestibule Area 9.5 sq. ft / 0.9 sq. m
Tent Volume 21 cu. ft / 595 liters
Vestibule Volume 8.5 cu. ft / 240 liters
Interior Peak Height 37 in / 94 cm
Packed Size 20 x 6 in / 51 x 15 cm
Number of Doors 1
Number of Poles 2 Easton Carbon 6.3
Number of Stakes 6 MSR MiniGroundhog
Rainfly Fabric 20D ripstop nylon 1000mm Durashield polyurethane & silicone
Canopy Fabric 20D ripstop nylon
Mesh Type 20D nylon micromesh
Floor Fabric 40D ripstop nylon 3000mm DuraShield polyurethane & DWR