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Zhota Footprint

Added protection for your Zhota. A durable extra barrier between you and sharp rocks or saturated ground

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The Zhota footprint provides some extra protection from intruding ground conditions. Stoney Euro campsites or soggy fields in the Lakes, the Zhota footprint will provide an added layer of defence to keep the inside of your tent cosy and comfortable.

The footprint can be extended to cover both vestibules on the tent but is easy to tuck away when not needed. At just 756g the footprint doesn't weigh much but its 70D nylon is super durable. Removable duraflex buckles and eyelets mean you can securely attach the footprint to the tent. You can even pitch the tent with just the fly and footprint when you really need to embrace the "light is right" ethos. Pegging points on the footprint make it easy to spread out for pitching and also prevent frustrating flapping when conditions get breezy.

Key features
  • roll-away vestibule extentions
  • removable duraflex buckles for attaching to fly
  • piggyback buckles and eyelets - pitch with whole tent or fly and footprint only
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Weight: 756 g (including stuff sack)
Material: 70D nylon

Origin: China

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UK Climbing Review the Alpkit Zhota Mountain Tent

an excellent tent with many good design features, which means that it should be definitely considered if you are planning to spend time in the mountains


UKC February 2016 - Matt Bird