Hilleberg Soulo 1 Person Tent

Hilleberg Soulo 1 Person Tent is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 11.
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Product Description Item No.   10101479

The Hilleberg Soulo 1 Person Tent is a solo tent built for all adventures. Adventures for 1 person, that is. Whether you're off on the trail for a weekend, spending months on foot and in the mountains, ski touring or other, this durable freestanding tent is up to the task. Plenty of room to kick back and rest without taking over your pack when you're on the move. All with the strength to hold up to tough weather conditions.

FEATURES of the Hilleberg Soulo 1 Person Tent

  • Outer tent fabric is Kerlon 1200 and the poles are 9 mm, which makes the tent very lightweight, strong and stable
  • All season construction tent wall can be extended to ground and the mesh area is backed with an adjustable fabric panel
  • Dome construction with multiple crossing pole points provide excellent stability for snow-load handling capability
  • Used ideally as a one person tent
  • Separable inner and outer tent for simultaneous pitching
  • Self supporting dome design requires no pegs for pitching
  • Tent contains pole system that makes for quick and easy set up
  • Single entrance tent with single vestibule configuration allows for easy entrance and storage space
  • Add an optional footprint that will cover the outer tent area including the vestibule. It can directly connect to the tent, and can be attached while pitching.
  • The complete tent's outer or inner tents can be used separately. For the pitching the inner tent alone it requires optional pole holders.
  • Designed for short and long trips in less harsh environments and conditions in all seasons like the forests in winter and summer
  • Great for withstanding heavy storms, but the lighter weight is not ideal on super harsh extended trips
  • Capable of withstanding heavy storm conditions, and the lighter weight is why some experienced hikers take this along instead of a more durable, heavier tent
  • Outer tent goes all the way to the ground for awesome all weather protection
  • Designed using lighter weight zippers as well as lighter weight inner tent and floor fabrics to keep the weight at a minimum

- + Product Specifications
Features: Vestibule, Free Standing, Single Wall
Best Use: Backpacking, Mountaineering and Alpine
Weight: 71 oz
Sleep Capacity: 1
Seasons: 4-Season
Number of Doors: 1
Product Technology: Hilleberg Red Label Tents
Disclaimer: We only ship this brand to US and Canadian Addresses.
Hilleberg Red Label Tents

Hilleberg Red Label Tents
Red Label Tents are built for both short and longer trips in generally less demanding conditions in all seasons, such as less exposed mountain terrain, forests in both winter and summer, and the like, but where you still may encounter severe situations. Their emphasis on lighter weight makes them less than ideal for harsh environments and extended adventures in demanding conditions. They are, however, quite capable of withstanding heavy storm conditions. Experienced users sometimes choose these tents for more demanding adventures because they knowingly accept the trade off of strength for lighter weight.

Rated 5 out of 5 by from Brilliant Design! I bought this tent a few weeks ago now, and I've already put it the test in 80km/hour winds, heavy snowfalls, and some freezing rain! It didn't even flinch! It went up very quickly (I had done a practice run in my living room before heading out), and with no diffculty. I cooked in the vestibule with the vent down, and experienced no condensation issues throughout the night. Temperature was around -24 degrees, and the Soulo kept the tent space noticeably warmer than outside— best winter camping sleep I've ever had. Do yourself a favour, and buy this tent of a lifetime. You won't regret it.
Date published: 2018-03-12
Rated 2 out of 5 by from I want to love this tent... I purchased this tent to be my winter tent. This means snow, storms, and cold all at or above tree line. I had it out last week for two nights and we had a lovely overnight storm that proved a great test. First I off, I love the construction. Have you ever gotten a piece of equipment and new right of way you liked it? It is like that. The tent is very well thought out and well constructed. It has to be one of the quickest-to-pitch, freestanding tent I've ever set up. Performance for the most part was great. We had continuous 30-40 mile an hour winds with gusts of about 80-100 MPH winds in addition to over a foot of snow. The exact conditions I purchased the tent for. And it was vey, very stable. It never sagged, hardly shook in the guts, and gave my nothing to worry about as far as the wind or falling snow. The downside is the lack of ventilation. I couldn't leave the outside door open, the base all around the tent had spindrift, and snow was getting under the vent cover making it so I could not leave that open. This lack of ventilation created as much moisture on the inner yellow tent as the outer shell. So with very shake of the wind, mist would drop onto my sleeping bag. I've never had so wet of a sleeping bag (although it help up well). Everything within the inner tent was wet. I have an email out to Hilleberg asking for tips to improve but my opinion is that what I experienced is simply reality and something unavoidable regardless of tent. If that is true, then I really should have opted for a 2P tent to have more room since it is very hard to not touch the inner sides of the Soulo. In conclusion, I think it is a great, well-built tent but due to ventilation issues, is too small on the inside to be comfortable. I will update with what I learn from Hilleberg when I get a reply.
Date published: 2018-01-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best light weight 4 season solo tent I was skeptical about spending more than $500.00 on a tent and getting additional value and not just a brand name. I came across hilleberg while researching 4 season tents online. There are not many places you can see this product in person which was really nerve racking when I pulled the trigger. I don't think i would have bought it if Hilleberg didn't have the pitching viedos and extensive specifications posted on their site. The three most important attributes of the tent that sealed the deal are: - self supporting - entry vestibule - bath tub floor I was a little skeptical about the packability and ease of pitching. So far I've used this tent on two expeditions. In the humid deciduous forest of the notheast and the dusty high desert in the western states. In both climates the tent performance was flawless. The rain is no issue and the multiple tie downs remove dangers of high winds. The provided stuff sack for the tent and poles was much bigger than i needed. I removed the poles and stakes (each provided with their own bags) and packed the tent into an 11ltr. Compression sack. This makes the tent extremely small relative to its performance and function. The three poles fit in outer pockets on my pack and the stakes are small enough to pack in accessory pockets. The pitching it actually quite easy. Two primary reasons for this- 1 the poles are extremely high quality and the elastic cords within are have excellent tension. 2 the poles are not fed through long sleeves but slipped into end pockets and then connected to the tent fabric with clips. Since the tent is self supporting you can pitch it anywhere and the tie down lines allow to tie off to rocks if the surface you are pitching on is too hard to stake. I did purchase and attach the hilleberg ground sheet before both trips. I think its essential for the function of the entry vestibule and it helps protect the inner tent. With an investment as large as this, I believe every effort should be made to prolong the operating life of the product. In summary - packability can be achieved by purchasing a compression sack. Pitchability is the easiest I have ever experienced. So far all field use has proven the performance and function claims made by hilleberg. I am so impressed with this product that I am getting this as a gift for someone else later this year.
Date published: 2015-10-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Atomic...Bombproof I was reluctant to spend this much on a tent, but I wanted to own a 4 season tent that could withstand whatever the mountains could throw at me. I am very pleased with my decision to purchase. There are several videos detailing this tent much better than I can in this review. If you want a tent that will most likely outlast your time on this planet, go ahead and pull the trigger.
Date published: 2015-04-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Bombproof Solo Shelter My go to tent on solo excursions deep into the Wind River Range or Sierra. This tent is heavy for a solo shelter, but it's freestanding, a breeze to setup, and worthy of withstanding nature's fury a. Having comfort and peace of mind while traveling solo makes the weight and $$$ of this tent completely worth it.
Date published: 2015-03-17
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Not as good as the AKTO I'm a huge fan of hilleberg. I have been using their tents for almost 10 years. I am familiar with and/or have been inside or used almost every product in their 2014 catalog (with the exception of the blue label stuff). The reason I dislike this tent is because hilleberg makes a better, cheaper, more durable, lighter alternative that is arguably one of the best single person shelters available which is the Akto. I can see why people would chose this over the Akto but after spending two nights in this tent I couldn't believe how much better my Akto performed in wet/windy conditions. I'm also not crazy about the vestibule as I think it could have been designed with more features integrated (like a place to cook). Overall it's certainly not the worst tent, but for that much $$$ buy a better hileberg like the Akto,
Date published: 2015-01-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Bombproof Fabulous tent. Quick setup. Considered other solo Hilleberg tents but went for this for 4-season capability, superior in strong wind/snow. Little heavy but worth the peace of mind. I'm using for canoe camping and backpacking in northeast. Excellent design and execution...very well made with attention to detail. Go green and disappear.
Date published: 2013-11-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Bomb-proof 4-season capability All the tent you'd ever need unless you're struck by a hurricane or tornado. Space is a little tight but sufficient and efficient in cold weather (less space to warm with your body heat). Vestibule has adeaquate space for protecting your pack and boots from the weather.
Date published: 2012-11-26
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I am wondering if the color choice will make any difference in the amount of light let through or the tinge of light in the tent? So would the green prevent more daylight from coming through than the red in Iceland in 24/7 daylight for example?

Asked by: Kim T
Hey there, Thanks for the question. While the outer material of the tent is very strong, it's also very lightweight and reasonably thin. For that reason the difference in amount of light allowed in between colors is pretty negligible. The green will block a tiny bit less than the red, but it won't make a significant difference. The inner tent for all colors is yellow and does provide some brightness by itself as well!
Answered by: Rocko Gigsby
Date published: 2017-07-22

is the tent flame resistant?

Asked by: Tentticals
Hey there, Thanks for reaching out to us. The Hilleberg Soulo is not fire retardant.
Answered by: Rocko Gigsby
Date published: 2017-01-09
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