Fly Creek UL 3 (2015 Specs)

Three season, free standing, ultralight backpacking tents

Three season, free standing, ultralight backpacking tents

Fly Creek UL series tents have picked up awards and accolades near and far. They were originally built and designed to offer an alternative to the average bivy sack. Available in solo and multi-occupancy options, these tents remain ideal for lightweight devotees who want an easy to pitch freestanding structure, but aren't willing to commit a ton of space in their pack. They are efficient, fast and adventurous, just like you.
$300.97 $429.95
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$300.97 $429.95

Specs + Sizing

Trail Weight3lb / 1.36kg
Packed Weight3lb 8oz / 1.59kg
Fast Fly Weight 1.05kg
Packed Size5.5" x 19" / 14 x 48cm
Floor Area39sqft / 3.6sqm
Head Height42" / 107cm
Vestibule Area 12.5sqft / 1.2sqm
Footprint Weight 184g
Number of Seasons3
Number of Doors1


Features List

Construction + Materials

DAC Angle Hub, unique to Fly Creek HV tents, enables improved high volume pole architecture resulting in steeper wall angles

DAC Featherlite NFL pole system with Angled SF Hubs
Ultralight plastic clips attach tent body to pole frame

11 Superlight aluminum J stakes - featuring eco-friendly anodizing

Steeper walls and vestibule angle create a dry tent entry

Vertical door construction adds more usable volume to the vestibule

Single door and vestibule featuring storm flaps on 
vestibule zipper

Reflective guylines and webbing on tent corners

Fly and floor are silicone treated nylon rip-stop

Fly and floor have 1200mm waterproof polyurethane coating

Tent body is nylon and polyester mesh

All seams taped with waterproof, solvent-free 
polyurethane tape (No PVC or VOC's)

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What’s in a Name?

Fly Creeks water drains off of Battle Mountain in southern Wyoming and flows into the Little Snake River near its headwaters in Routt County. The water then dances along the border between Colorado and Wyoming, hopping from one state to the other, across counties and through canyons before dropping south into the mighty Yampa River to run through Dinosaur National Monument and beyond.