The streamlined tunnel design of the Zempire Atmos Hiking Tent makes you feel invincible camped in all but the worst of conditions.
When the Atmos’ fly is not protecting the full mesh inner from the elements, it can be pitched alone in an ultralight fashion with the included straps. Tons of internal space, and a large vestibule for cooking and storage, the Atmos is ready for any hiking and backpacking adventure.
But beware, the Zempire Atmos has been known to inflate one’s sense of technical outdoor ability, proceed with cautious enthusiasm.
easy & quick set up
Used this recently, for 3 nights. Very happy with the design, quality. Well thought out. Friends also had one each and we were all happy
Hi guys, Really impressed with your site, reviews and option to ask questions. I am looking for my first hiking tent to take with mates on overnight/multi-day hikes. First up we are doing the Wild Dogs in Blue Mountains in a month or so, so looking for something durable that can brave winds and help keep me reasonably warm. Torn between this, the Zempire Zeus and the Companion Pro Hiker 2 Tent. I am 190cm tall and looking to pick one of the Sea to Summit insulated mats to use in the tent as well. Any advice, things to consider would be much appreciated. Thanks for your help! Simon
If you're looking for a 2 person hiking tent, it's hard to go past the Zempire Zeus. With entry doors and vestibules on both sides, combined with the quality and robust design which Zempire is known for, this is one of our most popular hiking tents. You certainly get great value for what you pay for.
Basically, hiking tents all come down to levels of convenience. We recommend you consider aspects such as ease of set up, ability to access inside the tent, weight and pack-size of the tent and whether the tent will stand up to weather. From what we have heard and some of our own staff have experienced, the Zempire Zeus does all of this really well.
Additionally, how does this tent compare to the Blackwolf Mantis 2? It seems to have very similar features yet the mantis appears to have better ventilation. This is due to 2 vents (at the head and foot) that can be propped open as opposed to the atmos' single vent which cannot be propped open. Would the mantis thus handle condensation better than the atmos? Though if the atmos is a 4 season tent would it then beat the mantis overall as it could handle snowy conditions, even if a little wetter?
And what is different between this and the macpac minaret
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