The award winning Double Rainbow is our most popular, best-value, 2 person tent. Designed for versatility, this tent is ideal for people who camp in a wide variety of conditions and need an all purpose shelter for hiking, hunting, bike touring and more. The Double Rainbow is easy to setup and can be converted to freestanding with trekking poles.
|Sleeps||Weight (oz/kg)||Floor Width (in/cm)||Floor Length (in/cm)||Floor Area
|Interior Height (in/cm)||Stakes (included)||Packed Size (in/cm)||Price|
|2||41/ 1.17||50/ 127||88/ 224||30.5/ 2.8||43/ 109||6 x 6in/ 15cm||18 x 4 / 46 x 10||$289|
Yes, it is free-standing with trekking poles of at least 140cm or at least 130cm in conjuctions with our trekking pole tip extenders. We also offer a stiff "Vertical Support Pole" (weight 4.75 oz/ 135g) which can be used horizontally in lieu of a trekking pole.
No, the two parts clip together and setup or takedown as a single unit. It is easy to unclip the interior from inside if desired.
The structure will withstand light to moderate snow loading, especially if you support the arch pole with trekking or ski poles using the grommet system underneath the apex vents .
Yes, we recommend the Double Moment for taller folks. The design of the shelter makes it impossible to run into end walls and there is ample sit-up room.
Yes! Please refer to the "how to seam-seal" video to see the full procedure.
You have several options for seam-sealing your Tarptent:
Every Tarptent comes with a stuff sack, aluminum stakes+stake bag and the necessary guyline cording. The Double Rainbow includes an arch pole.
Yes, we use “no-see-um” netting which stops bugs quite a bit smaller than mosquitoes.
Yes, the fabric is waterproof, however the seams of the shelter need to be seam-sealed.
Use of a groundsheet depends on the conditions you expect to encounter and your style of camping. The sewn-in flooring is remarkably tough and does not usually require a separate groundsheet. We sell optional Tyvek groundsheets which are very tough and great for sleeping out or taking a break, but generally heavier than you need for floor protection on longer hikes, in most conditions. For use on very rocky ground and desert conditions where puncture wounds are possible, a groundsheet is recommended.