Peregrine Radama Hub 3P Fast Flight Footprint
The Peregrine Fast Flight 3P Footprint is used as a form-fitted tarp to protect the bottom of your tent from wear with the ground. By using the footprint, you are extending the life of your tent. As an additional option, the footprint can be used in combination with the poles and rain fly of the tent in “Fast Flight” mode to create a lightweight shelter when insects or weather conditions are not an obstacle.
- Designed to fit under Peregrine Radama Hub 3P Tent
- Designed to be paired with your Radama Hub Tent, this versatile footprint can be used to set up your Radama Tent without the tent body, cutting 2.5 pounds from your overall carry weight.
- Go Ultralight or add some durability with the Fast Flight Footprint.
- Pre-Cut Nylon fits under your tent in grommet holes for a secure fit.
- Footprint protects the tent floor from damage & prevents ground water from wicking inside prolonging the life of your tent.
- Color: Liberty Green
- Approximately: 5' 6" x 7' 5" [1.71 x 2.29cm] - Sleeping Area
- Weight: 12.3oz [347g]
- Any 2 Person Rectangular Tents that maybe larger or smaller should be centered under the Sleeping Area Body for maximum coverage.
- FOOTPRINT NYLON - Customized
- FABRIC: Floor: 68D 210T Polyester PU3000mm, taped seams.
- Brass Grommets in 4 Corners to Peg Out!
- For use: Peregrine Radama Hub 3p Tent, Medium Rectangular 3 Person Tents
THE REASON WHY YOU NEED A TENT FOOTPRINT
- Footprints provide additional durability and protection for your tent floor against rocks, roots and dampness, and they are constructed of heavily coated nylon fabric with a custom-cut shape, guaranteeing a perfect fit every time.
- Most customers want full coverage fly sheets integrated into their tents, in order to protect them from the rain!
- No matter how much ventilation that is built into your tent, condensation will accumulate heavily on the fly sheet, especially in the morning... This is why customers always come to us and say their tent leaks...
- Actually their tent is not leaking at all but it is the evaporation of moisture from the ground that condenses on your fly in the form of moisture, which accumulates on warm nights!
- You can either wipe your tent fly sheet down with a cloth every morning or...invest in a Tent Footprint to eliminate the moisture.