Specs



MoonLight2

• Floor size: 52" x 88” ; 31.7 sqft (132cm x 223cm, 2.9sqm)
• Minimum Weight: 4 lbs 5 oz (1.96 kg)
• Poles: 1 lbs 6.0 oz (625g)
• Tent body: 1 lbs 8.5 oz (695g)
• Rainfly: 1 lbs 6.7 oz (640g)  
• interior peak height: 41" (104cm), door entry height: 33 3/4" (85.5cm)
• packed size: 6” diameter x 17” long (15cm dia x 43cm long)
• included stakes: 6.3 oz, (179g) - 4ea of V-stakes sizes S, M & L ($30 worth btw)
• included stuff sacks, pole repair tube and guylines (attached): 3.1 ounces (87g)
• vestibules are 11 square feet (1.1 sq meters)

Footprint: 6.9 ounces (195g)

MoonLight3

• Floor size: 72" x 96" (6ft x 8ft, 48 sqft; 182cm x 243cm, 4.4sqm)
• Minimum Weight: 7 lbs 2 oz, (3.24 kg)
• Poles: 2 lbs 10.0 oz, (1190g)
• Tent body: 2 lbs 4.6 oz (1040g)
• Rainfly: 2 lbs 3.6 oz (1010g)
• interior peak height: 51" (129cm)
• interior corner "peaks" are about 36" (90cm) high at the clips
• packed size: 7 1/2" diameter x 22" long (19cm dia x 55cm long)
• included stakes: 6.3 oz, (179g) - 4ea of V-stakes sizes S, M & L ($30 worth btw)
• included stuff sacks, pole repair tube and guylines (attached): 5.0 ounces (143g)
• vestibules are 12 square feet (1.1 sq meters)

Footprint: 9.7 ounces (275g)

MoonLight4

• Floor size: 96" x 96" (8ft x 8ft, 64 sqft; 243cm x 243cm, 5.9 sqm)
• Minimum Weight: 8 lbs 2 oz (3.68 kg)
• Poles: 2 lbs 13.3 oz (1285g)
• Tent body: 2 lbs 11 oz (1220g)
• Rainfly: 2 lbs 7.3 oz (1115g)
• interior peak height: 56" (142cm)
• interior corner "peaks" are about 36" (90cm) high at the clips
• packed size: 8 1/8” diameter x 24" long (21cm dia x 61cm long)
• included stakes: 6.31 oz, (179g) - 4ea of V-stakes sizes S, M & L ($30 worth btw)
• included stuff sacks, pole repair tube and guylines (attached): 5.6 ounces (158g)
• vestibules are 12 square feet (1.1 sq meters)

Footprint: 12.6 ounces (360g)


The weight for comparing tents is the Minimum Weight. Since comparing tents is the main use for tent weights, manufacturer’s standardized on one way to do it that doesn’t penalize anyone for giving more stakes or guylines or owner’s manuals or any extras like that. It drives us manufacturer's crazy knowing that some people are thinking one tent is lighter than another (based on "Packed weight" or something like that) just because one has fewer (or flimsier) stakes…and so on. For a fuller discussion, see the Tent Weights page.

For the usual carry weight of our tents you add the Minimum weight + stakes weight (assuming you take all 12) + stuff sacks and so on. For example, on an ML2 thats 4 lb 5 oz + 6.3 oz + 3.1 oz = 4 lb 13.4 oz

ML2 floorplan graphic
MoonLight 3&4 floorplan graphic
* As a reference, the one tent in the car-camp market most generally similar to the MoonLight4 is almost 13 pounds. The most comparable tent in the ultralight backpacking world is about 6 pounds, but it uses nylon fabrics, is smaller, and has bare-bone features.