The Jannu was designed to be an alpine climbing and mountaineering tent. Its compact footprint shines in limited-space sites, such as knife-edge ridges and small ledges, and it is very stable, even in high winds. Yet it is also easily light enough for use on long or short trips where low weight is a high priority. So, while the Jannus strength and light weight has made it the tent of choice for alpine mountaineers, its excellent snow-loading resistance have made it extremely popular with winter campers, hunters, and high altitude trekkers. Its light weight and selfsupporting structure have also attracted many long distance backpackers and paddle tourers. And, since it is quite strong and spacious yet also very light, solo adventurers expecting especially challenging conditions favor the Jannu, as well.
- Kerlon 1200 outer tent fabric and 9 mm
poles make for a very lightweight yet
supremely stable tent.
- All season construction: outer tent walls
extend to the ground and mesh areas are
backed with adjustable fabric panels.
- Dome construction with multiple pole
crossing points provide outstanding
snow-load handling capability.
- The Jannu has has a good amount of
room for one occupant and his or her
- Linked but separable inner and outer
tent for simultaneous pitching.
- Self-supporting dome design requires
only the vestibule to be pegged, and the
straightforward short sleeve and clip
pole system make for quick, easy set up.
- A single entrance and vestibule afford
easy access and plenty of storage space,
but keep the weight very low.
- An optional footprint covers the entire
area of the outer tent, including the
vestibule. It connects directly to the tent,
and can be left attached during pitching.
- The outer and inner tents can be used