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Our lightest weight free-standing tent ever. Roomy enough for three, light enough for two. Setting the standard for ultra-lightweight livable space.
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Trail Weight: 3 lbs 1 oz. | 1.382 kg
Packaged Weight: 3 lbs 6 oz. | 1.54 kg
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Imogene Ultralight 3 Person Tent

No-See-Um Mesh

No-See-Um Mesh

Durable 20 denier 1.6 oz woven nylon No-See-Um mesh keeps even the smallest bugs out while maximizing air flow and cross ventilation.

Green Anodizing DAC®

Green Anodizing DAC®

DAC Green AnodizingTM—Whenever possible we have reduced the use of chemicals, dyes and water in the production of our DAC-branded tent poles through a combination of efforts. We employ their proprietary Green Anodizing process and also specify the use of natural silver aluminum clear coat. Additionally, we chose to color-code only the end sections of specific poles, since that is all that is necessary to facilitate easy set-up.
  • Three-season and free-standing ultra-light backpacking tent
  • Single door and vestibule
  • Factory-taped seams using waterproof, solvent-free polyurethane tape (No PVC or VOCs)
  • Pre-Attached rear guy line for field ready performance
  • Additional reflective guy points for stability and visibility
  • Durable YKK® zippered door with snag-guard, Velcro® & snap closures
  • High internal gear loops for clothes lines and hanging items
  • DAC Featherlite (R) NSL pole system with press fit connectors, lightweight hubs and eco-friendly anodizing
  • DAC TH72M Aluminum poles
  • Single hub design for quick and easy setup
  • No-See-Um Mesh body keeps the smallest bugs out and lets the air flow
  • Floor and fly feature ultra-light rip stop nylon with a 1200 mm waterproof coating
  • 1200mm waterproof polyurethane-coated nylon bathtub style floor
  • Color-coded webbing on tent body and fly for easy setup
  • Waterproof stuff sack
  • Pitches with 4 stakes, packaged with 8

Description  more details

  • 10 Denier Ripstop Nylon Fly
  • 20 Denier Ripstop Nylon Floor
  • Silicone/PU 1200mm Waterproof Fire Retardant Coating
  • 15 Denier Polyester No-See-Um Mesh
  • TH72M-6 Aluminum Poles
  • TH72M-6 Aluminum J-Stakes

Technical Specs  more details

  • Type: 3-Person
  • Height: 44 inches / 111.8 cm
  • Area: 38 sq. ft / 3.53 sq. m
  • Vestibule Area: 8.2 sq. ft / 0.76 sq. m
  • Packed Dimensions: 5 x 19 inches
  • See alternate image above for dimensional diagram
  • Download the Shelter Comparison Chart


Average Rating:
(based on 18 reviews)

Showing 1 - 5 of 18 Reviews:

by Michael
on 4/11/2014
Best in class
By far the best free standing tent in its class. Spent many days in the sierras (wind, rain, and snow). Does need to be staked out, of course, for high winds and snow. Great for my wife and I with some extra space. Does fit 3 people snuggly and vents perfectly. The Dac poles break down to a small compact size unlike the big agnes tents. Material is super thin but surprisingly durable. Definitely clear the ground of anything crazy before setting it up. If traveling with 3 people, it may be worth bringing the ground tarp (sold separately).
by Caz
on 1/27/2014
Awesome Tent
I have used this tent in the rain 3 times. I packed it on a twenty mile trip in Yellowstone in September of 2013. Both my friend and I stayed completely dry and warm, even though it rained for two days. It packed small and lite. Easy to set up. Though, like has been said, not for two grown men. I have had myself, my 16 year old daughter, and 5 year old son sleep comfortably. I love this tent.
by John
on 11/13/2013
Very weak in wind
Amazed to find on a scale it really is 3 1/2 lbs, but I soon learned why. Set it up only to be woken up with the side wall smushing me both across and down. With some wind, the entire tent went concave. The right wall was blowing across to where the left should have been. The single pole double-v design is not stable, like double or triple cross designs. The tent was pretty much useless, keeping me up all night slapping from the side and even down on me. Also realize the fly is NOT standalone, it MUST be staked down. Try doing that at altitude in the sierras where cover can be thin or non-existent. Also, getting it back into the tiny sack is essentially impossible. Okay, it weighs 3 1/2 for a 3 person, but way too many corners were cut.
by Matt
on 10/17/2013
JMT Worthy
In July of 2013, my wife and I finished the John Muir Trail for the second time in two years. This time, we brought the UL3 Tent from Golite and were extremely happy with it's light weight and extra room that a three person tent offered. There are several high quality two person tents on the market that weigh more than the UL3 and the competitors aren't as easy to set up either. A free standing tent means a lot when you are tired and the ground sucks - or there are no trees around, etc. We slept on the top of Mt. Whitney in this thing and were very comfortable even through a rainstorm. I would definitely recommend this tent to serious hikers interested in saving weight, money and time.
by Nathan
on 9/23/2013
Ultralight tent without compromises
I have used this tent for approximately 10 nights so far and it has performed exceptionally well. First of all, it is exceptionally light for a 3 person tent (really only comfortably fits 2, but you guys know the marketing drill). You simply will not find as large a tent at this weight for less money. Secondly, it performs extremely well. The first night I used the tent there was a freak thunderstorm in the middle of the night. It was raining VERY hard, but we stayed bone dry. This last weekend I took the tent up to the mountains and it rained for about 12 hours straight. When I awoke, we were still completely dry despite the fact that the tent was essentially sitting in a giant puddle. It has also stood up well to very high winds. I have two minor criticisms. The first is that the guy lines would be better if they were bright colored instead of black because it is easy to trip on them at night. Also, the clips that are used to attach the fly take some getting used to.
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