The t10 trek xt is a one-person tunnel tent that uniquely features an extended vestibule.

Most solo camping tents are very short on storage space; the t10 trek xt solves this problem without incurring a significant weight penalty – it is still substantially lighter than any small two-person tent. Additionally, the tunnel design gives superior protection against wind and rain compared to transverse pole layouts, as well as providing better living space.

The t10 trek xt is a four-season tent suitable for most climates and regions, although in extreme conditions secure pitching and anchoring are obviously imperative.

Reduced from £299 to £199.

Large porch suitable for cooking in
Low-cut flysheet all around to keep wind-blown rain out
One large door on right side of vestibule
Single guypoint on each side of front, rear and vestibule poles (6 in total)
Side-hung inner-tent door that is easy to keep clear of the ground
Two internal pockets
Groundsheet has bathtub construction for complete weatherproofness
Continuous pole sleeves
Supplied with 14 Lightning pegs
Comes with 6 x 3 metres, 3 mm nylon guylines

Technical Specifications

People 1
Total weight 1.95 kg (complete)

60 g/m², 40 denier, high-tenacity nylon 6.6 ripstop
5,000 mm hydrostatic head, double-sided, silicon coating

Groundsheet 150 g/m², 210 denier, taffeta nylon
5,000 mm hydrostatic head, 3-pass PU coating
Inner canopy 40 g/m², 40 denier, high-tenacity nylon 6.6 ripstop
Poles 3 x 9.00 mm Ø DAC Pressfit
Guylines 6 x 3 m x 3.0 mm nylon with Linelok adjusters
Pegs 14 x Lightning pegs, 7001-T6 square-section, 12 g each
Packed size

45 cm x 16 cm Ø



Inner length 225 cm
Inner width 90 cm
Inner height 100 cm
Porch 145 cm


Care & Maintenance


Always ensure the tent is completely dry after a trip before packing it away for any length of time. Both flysheets and inners can get stains and mildew if stored in a damp condition – and once these occur, they are almost impossible to remove.


The poles consist of a number of sections linked together with shock cord. Over time, the shock cord stretches and the tension holding all the poles together reduces. This increases the risk of one section sliding off the ferrule of the adjacent one, resulting in what we call a J-tear failure. If you notice this, remove the pole-foot from one end, cut the elastic shorter and re-install it.


t10 trek xt