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MSR Zoic 1 Tent - Mountain Steals
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Zoic 1 Tent

MSR Zoic 1 Tent is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 6.
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The MSR Zoic 1 Tent is a solo tent with plenty of space. Built for you and your journey backpacking into the wilderness, featuring extra length and width so you can stretch out, relax and have a good sleep. Fits up to a 25 inch mattress to zonk out on and the tent itself pitches strong with 7000 series aluminum poles. Features a mostly mesh tent body to keep the breezes flowing through and a tent fly with vestibule to hunker down under in the rain.

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Product Description
Item No.   10419399
 

FEATURES of the MSR Zoic 1 Tent

  • Rainfly: 40D Ripstop nylon 1500mm Xtreme Shield polyurethane and silicone
  • Canopy: 15D Nylon micromesh
  • Floor: 70D taffeta nylon 3000mm Xtreme Shield polyurethane and DWR

Product Specifications
Tent Rainfly Fabric: 40D Ripstop Nylon 1500 mm Xtreme Shield Polyurethane, Silicone
Tent Floor Fabric: 70D Taffeta Nylon 3000mm XtremeShield Polyurethane & DWR
Features: Vestibule, Water-resistant
Weight: 60 oz
Packed Dimensions: 20 x 5 in.
Minimum Trail Weight: 53 oz
Floor Area: 21.5 Square Feet
Floor Dimensions: 88 x 35 in.
Vestibule Area: 9 square feet
Peak Height: 39 in.
Tent Pole Material: Aluminum
Product Technology: DWR
Disclaimer: We only ship this brand to US Addresses.
Best Use: Ultralight Backpacking, Backpacking
Sleep Capacity: 1
Number of Doors: 1
DWR tech

Durable Water Repellent
DWR (Durable Water Repellent) is a coating that is applied to fabrics which makes them water-resistant, or hydrophobic. A DWR finish doesn't interfere with breathability, which makes it perfect for adverse conditions in the backcountry.

Product Reviews
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Nice summer tent After our summer bicycle tour in Tuscany I was sufficiently pleased with the Zoic 3 that we had bought for that trip to buy a Zoic 1 for my warm weather solo bicycle trips. As I wrote in my review of the Zoic 3 it really is a great tent for warm summer camping but not for Iceland. In that review I mentioned three little issues of which one does not apply to the Zoic 1: this bag is not nearly as tight. The other two do apply, however. There is a really useful and even necessary guyline point at the back but there is no guyline. Second, the tent as it is comes with two pegs less than what you need to stake it out properly. These are minor things that are easily addressed, but come on guys!
Date published: 2019-08-07
Rated 4 out of 5 by from A good tent could be better. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I took the tent to Cajas National Park in Ecuador for 2 days. The elevation is about 13,000 feet above sea level and the terrain is called paramo. It consists of wet grasses and moss and is located above the tree line the temperature was probably in the high 30’s. There was moderate rain both days and a consistently moderate rain. I am not comparing this tent to any other but I will give you my observations with possible fixes if you are reading this MSR. Firstly, the tent was very stable in the moderate wind and the fly remained tight with minimal rippling. The size was ample for 1 person and there was quite a bit of room. Enough for 1 ½ people, if you cannot find a half person you can use it for extra gear (dry of course). There is also plenty of room at both the foot and head areas. There were not enough stakes provided to fully anchor the tent. MSR please add two more stakes they are not expensive or heavy. Or better yet provide the tent with ten mini ground hog stakes instead of the cheap wire stakes (an easy fix). Secondly, I noticed a slight drip coming from the seams above my sleeping bag. To be fair only a few drops actually hit my sleeping bag. Most of them rolled off the mesh and landed outside the inner tent which stayed very dry for two days. MSR seal the seams they are not waterproof (another easy fix). Thirdly, the paramo is like wet grass and there is nothing to prevent the water from evaporating into the vestibule which is inside the tent. Again to be fair, none of the moisture got into the inner tent, but the inside of the fly sheet over the vestibule and everything inside of it got soaked. MSR, when you design a footprint for the Zoic 1 have it cover the vestibule and provide a tab to connect it to the vestibule stake. You can also put pockets along the edges and insert foam or plastic rods to channel and water dripping down the vestibule wall to the outside. Again, to be fair the only other tent manufacturer to provide a footprint covering the vestibule is Hilleberg. This is a good tent, but it could be much better, especially with a good footprint to keep items dry in the vestibule which are already a little damp or wet. Sorry for the length.
Date published: 2019-06-01
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Nice summer tent After our summer bicycle tour in Tuscany I was sufficiently pleased with the Zoic 3 that we had bought for that trip to buy a Zoic 1 for my warm weather solo bicycle trips. As I wrote in my review of the Zoic 3 it really is a great tent for warm summer camping but not for Iceland. In that review I mentioned three little issues of which one does not apply to the Zoic 1: this bag is not nearly as tight. The other two do apply, however. There is a really useful and even necessary guyline point at the back but there is no guyline. Second, the tent as it is comes with two pegs less than what you need to stake it out properly. These are minor things that are easily addressed, but come on guys!
Date published: 2019-08-07
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Perfect if not ... Benefits: Light. Good price. Compact. Ideal for the warm season. Lots of pockets in the middle. Protected bedroom from the wind. High sides. Cool panoramic view. Lots of space inside. Storm delays. Large vestibules Disadvantages: Not glued seams. The third arc goes separately. Bag for carrying and storage is terrible)) p.s .: And a really good alternative between Elixir and Hubba ps I had both tents. And now there is still Hubba Solo NX
Date published: 2021-01-07
Rated 3 out of 5 by from MSR Zoic 1 Bought this tent for an Alaskan hunt. Set it up and turned on the hose. It leaked. Not waterproof. Not water resistant. Was excited about this tent but it failed the expectations.
Date published: 2022-08-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent Bike Packing tent. I used on a 2 night bike packing trip, rain 37 degree low, on the Katy Trail. Plenty of gear storage and enough height for me to change.
Date published: 2020-10-20
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