http://www.outdoorworld.co.uk/lichfield-fox-2-tent-evergreen-p-1416.html?currency=GBPThe Lichfield Fox 2 is a front entry tunnel design tent offering stability but at the same time light weight. Ideal for trekking and lightweight backpacking.
* The Fox 2 is a tunnel design offering excellent weight to space ratio
* Fire Retardant body, mesh and groundsheet have been treated with a 'Fire Retardant' solution. Meets CPAI-84 Standard
* Protex 2000 polyester flysheet
* Polyethylene 'bathtub' groundsheet on inner tent. Strong, sturdy, maximum protection,
* Fibreflex fibreglass poles - tough, sturdy and reliable.
* Nylon zippered door with mesh ventilation at top - allows easy access as well as outside viewing
* Permanent Polyethylene porch groundsheet - additional protection at entrance.
* The Lichfield Fox 2 has two front vents and one rear vent for maximum airflow and to help reduce condensation.
* Handled carry bag - easy to carry, pack and unpack.
* Other features include: heavy duty polesleeves, inner tent storage pockets, lantern attachment points.
* Flysheet: Protex polyester 2000
* Inner: Breathable polyester with water repellent finish
* Groundsheet: Polyethylene
* Poles: Fibreflex Fibreglass
* Sleeps: 2
* Doors: 1
* Weight: 3.20kgs
* Width: 130cm
* Length: 300cm
* Height: 100cm
* Waterproofing (HH): 2000mm
* Colours: Evergreen/Black piping
* Mesh Doors: 1
* Packed Dimensions: 63 x 14cm
SPorts Authority may have a couple more of these...got mine on sale for $21.00...plenty of room for me and my dog, and even extra room in the vestibule for gear I wanted covered but not in the tent.
Pitched...it's the one in the center. A cool thing about this tent is it has highly reflective tabs, pulls and markers, so it's easily found in the dark with a headlamp...
Here it is packed...with the stakes bag. The pen is for reference. It's in a compression sack from Mountain Hardware...it cost more than the tent. Inside the tent is ALSO a double size silk bag liner...so you can see it mooshed down pretty darn small...
This is Diego in the tent, wishing he wasn't in the tent.
This is where I eventually let him sleep that night...he likes to sleep guarding outside rather than inside...but there was certainly room for me and a dog or me and a hunny if I hadn't been backpacking with two smelly dudes...at least they had their own tents.
(now play find the .357 and then tell me if Diego enjoyed a bed of poison ivy!)
My favorite part of this video is the 1:30 he spent sneaking up on the video camera!The Versi Shelter would be perfect for you. It consist of a tarp/ wool blanket. Watch this short video.