The Tatonka Koli is a sturdy one-person tent. Koli was designed for one person plus luggage. Thanks to a second frame arch, there is even plenty of room for well-built campers to sleep in comfort. The inner tent is already suspended from the outer tent, but can very quickly be taken off. This is much appreciated when there is the threat of rain because it remains dry when assembling and dismantling.
Material Inner Tent: 70 den Nylon Ripstop 190T WR
Material Outer Tent: 75 den Polyester 185T PU
Material Tent Bottom: 70 den Nylon Taffeta 190T PU
Water Column Outer Tent: 8.000 mm
Water Column Tent Bottom: 10.000 mm
Tent Poles: 7001/T6 Aluminium, 9,5 mm
Dimensions: 270 x 125 x 90 cm / 50 x 15 cm
Weight: 1,60 kg / 1,70 kg
The world is big enough for life and adventure to go hand in hand.
Being on the move and discovering the world is a dream we share with many. Between work and leisure time, a large part of our day-to-day lives is spent indoors. Experiencing nature has become a fundamental need. Feeling nature’s elements and experiencing how we think and act differently after spending time outdoors – there are many reasons why the number of outdoor enthusiasts has been increasing over the years. At TATONKA we have summarised this need into two words: “Expedition Life”.
Reasonable tent for winter campingBy: Spaceinvader on 21 March 2019I took this out snow camping in the swiss alps for 2 weeks. It was warm, compact and easy to pitch and dismantle during a blizzard. The weight is reasonable for a full fly inner tent and pretty tough against strong winds. However, there is a lot of condensation build up as the ventilation around the inner tent is just a small opening at the top, not enough. Therefore, most mornings I woke up with a wet tent from the inside making my 1.7kg tent a 2kg tent. The material is thin so flaps a lot in the wind unless you use all ties and readjust when it is wet (nylon stretches with moisture). I was camping on some rocky surfaces where there was less snow and was a bit concerned about the strength of the floor, a bit thin compared to other 4 season tents so I'd bring a footprint. It's not a robust tent, it actually reminds me of Naturehike tents, similar material and quality. It's a good budget beginner tent for not one for the professionals or frequent camper.
Tatonka Tent ReviewBy: Scott Vickery on 23 March 2016Excellent tent design.One recommendation would be cutting your own ground sheet for the tent as the bottom is quite thin.
By: john bourke on 14 March 2016I purchased this tent to replace a vango Banshee 2 which I found to be to short for me at about 180cms, is it a four season tent, I doubt it ,I would not trust it above the snow line, The inner tent is a bit saggy no matter how you pitch the outer, really like the guy rope set up, like the carry weight, enough room inside for my pack, definitely needs a footprint, guess i will have to make one. All in all I think it will suite my purpose as a mainly three season hike tent
Tatonka Koli 1 Person 4 Season Hiking TentBy: Lorna on 4 October 2015Quick and easy to put up and pack away - very spacious, but still small and light to carry when hiking.