The Jannu was designed to be an alpine climbing and mountaineering tent. Its compact footprint shines in limited-space sites, such as knife-edge ridges and small ledges, and it is very stable, even in high winds. Yet it is also easily light enough for use on long or short trips where low weight is a high priority. So, while the Jannu’s strength and light weight has made it the tent of choice for alpine mountaineers, its excellent snow-loading resistance have made it extremely popular with winter campers, hunters, and high altitude trekkers. Its light weight and self-supporting structure have also attracted many long distance backpackers and paddle tourers. And, since it is quite strong and spacious yet also very light, solo adventurers expecting especially challenging conditions favor the Jannu, as well.
“Jannu” is a formidable 7710 m/25,295 ft. peak (officially called Kumbhakarna) in the Himalayas.
Minimum Weight: 2.8 kg/ 6 lbs 2 oz
Packed Weight: 3.2 kg / 7 lbs 1 oz
Inner Height: 100 cm / 39 in
Inner Tent Area: 3.2 m2 / 34.4 ft2
Vestibule Area: 1.2 m2 / 12.9 ft2
Outer Tent Fabric: Kerlon 1200
Poles (10mm): 2 x 368 cm, 1 x 373 cm / 2 x 144.9 in, 1 x 146.9 in
Pegs: 15 V-peg
minimum weight refers to outer and inner tents and poles only
packed weight refers to all item that come with the tent