If you’ve invested your hard-earned cash in a swanky lightweight MSR tent, then it makes sense to extend the life of it with a Universal Footprint.
This footprint helps to protect the underside of your tent from abrasions, keep it clean and allows you to set your tent up using the fast and light option. Made from 68D Taffeta polyester, this footprint has a DWR treatment that provides 1200mm of water protection.
Compatible for use with the Hubba, Freelite 1 and Carbon Reflex 1 tents from MSR – the Universal 1P Footprint from MSR is a must for your shelter set up.
Compatible with the Hubba, Freelite 1 and Carbon Reflex 1 tents from MSR
Extends the life of your tent
Keeps your tent floor clean
Protects it from wear and tear
1200mm waterhead rating
Compatiable with Hubba, FreeLite 1, Carbon Reflex 1
211L x 71W cm
20L x 25.5W x 2H cm
68D Taffeta Polyester 1200mm Polyurethane & DWR
Shape of footprint1 answer
Hi guys I'm looking for a 1 P footprint to use under a S2S tarp/poncho (bought from you) as part of an ultra light camping set up. I'm curious as to whether the MSR one is actually a rectangular footprint. (I don't have a MSR tent but my research say they are rectangular in actual shape). I appreciate that there are other products out there like Tyvek that I could use that are cheaper but they are relatively slippery so looking for another alternative that I can possible stake down if I have to. If you have other alternatives happy to hear them also. regards paul
Paul - High Wycombe, WA(5 months ago)
The Universal Footprints have a rectangular shape, and can be pegged down through loops on all 4 corners. You shouldn't have any issues using this as a groundsheet with you tarp - just bare in mind being a 1P size its quite narrow, incase you want to have your pack, etc also not directly on the ground.
Lauren - Snowys(5 months ago)
Hi will this footprint suit a macpac sololight 1 person tent?
Kristen - Vic(3 years ago)
I'd dare say this would probably suit a Macpac sololight tent, however we don't really know anything about Macpac products sorry. I'd recommend checking the size of the tent, and comparing that to the external dimensions of the Universal 1P Footprint.