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3F UL LanShan 2 Ultralight Tent

3F UL LanShan 2 Ultralight Tent

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2 Person Ultralight Tent

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The 3f UL Lanshan 2 flysheet is made of 15D Nylon with a hydrostatic head rating of 4000mm (Waterproof index). The 20D Nylon groundsheet ups the waterproofing level to an impressive 8000mm. The pegs are aluminum - this is not a freestanding tent and trekking poles are required.


When pitched, the bathtub floor dimensions are 220cm long x 110cm wide. There is 120 -125 cm of head height available depending on how high you set your trekking poles. The ample height allows you to sit up comfortably in the middle of the tent. 

The weight of the 3F UL Lanshan 2 is 1060g and the trail weight is 1216g including the stakes & sack, guy lines and the tent's compression sack.

Type:   3 Season
Tent:   2 person
Size:   220*110*125cm (L*W*H) internal
Flysheet:   15D Nylon (Waterproof Index 4000mm)
Inner tent:   High-density mesh
Bottom of Tent:   20D Nylon (Waterproof Index 8000mm)
Colour: White / Green / Khaki
Tent Weight: 1060g
Trail Weight: 1216g (including stakes & sack, guy lines & compression sack)

If you don't use trekking poles, are an Adventure Motorcyclist or bike-packer and need poles you can find our Zpacks Carbon Fiber Tent Poles HERE.


The Lanshan 2 does not include poles.

Two Guy-line have been tied to the tent.

No need for seam sealing.


Inner Tent
Outer tent
Ground Tent Pegs x 8
Guy lines x 2
Compression sack

* Please note trekking poles are not included 


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Customer Reviews

Based on 14 reviews

Great product , prompt delivery

Arunwan Hwangcharoen
It doesn't come with footprint?

Lightweight and good quality but I thought footprint is included.

Lanshan 2

Only used at home so far but very happy overall with the design and considering I’ll only use a few times a year suit me fine.
Once set up its very roomy considering the pack size, i used trekking poles nice and low and modified the guide ropes a little but overall very happy.
Definitely set up a few times before your trip to get the most out of it.
Overall an excellent tent for overnights, weekends and grest for kids as an enter level to bush walking etc.
Ultralighthiker were awesome!

Alan Rodgers
Lanshan 2 on the AAWT

Used the Lanshan 2 (Brown) on the AAWT for 14 nights in continuously wet conditions, it worked well once you got used to how to set up and adjust for the conditions. I was solo so lots of room for me and my gear. It has a very large footprint due to all the guy lines required and could be slow to set up and required lots of 'tuning' with moving the pegs to get the best tension but was easy to do. I generally set up the fly first and then attached the inner, and packed up the same in reverse - inner first then pull down fly last. I also packed the fly in its own dry bag to keep the inner dry, which also meant 2 smaller packages to fit in the pack easier. I had leakage in heavy rain events where the addition guy rope attached to the centre of the fly sheet on each side, and had to unclip the inner in this location to stop water pooling inside the tent. Some seam sealing required in this location. I also bought more pegs to go with the tent as the standard supplied ones aren't very user friendly, some twice as large for the main guy ropes either side and more pegs makes it easier to setup / pull down inner and fly separately. Over all it is a great tent for the weight and price especially if you tweak it a bit with guy ropes and pegs, lots on youtube on how to get the best out of this tent. Overall happy I bought it and look forward to using it some more.

Outstanding value

Bought this tent just before the COVID issues started shutting everything down. Finally have been able to use it a few times.

Outstanding tent. So much room, easy to setup . I added two 5 section poles I purchased separately to the mix and it fits comfortably between my drop bars for bikepacking

Has survived rain and wind easily. Does take up a bit more space (compared to a free standing tent) due the need for the tie outs, but unless you're camping in tight forest (or on rock where it's impossible to peg) that's not a big issue.