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  • 2 person
  • The Rajd is a hybrid shelter for two people that blends tarp and tent qualities into a simple, versatile, super light package.
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Weight:*

Fabric

Poles (13 mm)
Optional*

Pegs

1.1 kg/2 lbs 7 oz

Kerlon 1200

2 x 115 cm
2 x 45.3 in

10 V-Peg

* Weight measured with shelter, guy lines, and 10 pegs – no poles – since you can use two trekking poles or branches. Optional 13 mm poles are available. Two of them together weigh 272 g/9.6 oz. Each is 115 cm/45.3 in long.

A note on colors: Fabric dyes have natural variations, so the actual tent color may look slightly different from what is pictured here or in our catalog.

A Rajd on a forested shoreline. A Rajd on a beach in Turkey. A Rajd in Greenwater, Washington. The Rajd can be supported using trekking poles like it is here on Umptanum Ridge Washington. Japanese journalist Taro Muraishi goes to Alaska every year to explore and enjoy this unique landscape, as here in Oolah, Alaska, USA. Wonderfully light and easy to carry, the Rajd can be pitched in a variety of ways. Here paddles become ”poles“ during a sea kayaking tour in Vietnam.
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The single-wall Rajd (pronounced “ride”) comfortably accommodates two plus gear, yet rivals tarps and bivy bags for light weight. And it is a veritable palace for the solo traveler – especially one used to the confines of many solo shelter solutions. Built entirely from Kerlon 1200, the same very light yet strong fabric found in all-season Red Label tents and our UL tarps, the Rajd is patterned on the first Hilleberg tent, the two-pole ridge design Keb. It is designed to be pitched with trekking poles (or with optional poles, which are sold separately), and it boasts impressive floor space and head room. Its two door configuration, meanwhile, gives each occupant his or her own entrance and provides the ability to situate one door out of the wind.

The Rajd’s light weight and compact stuffed size make it ideal “alternative lodging” for adventure travel or hut trips, where accommodations are overcrowded, unsavory, or simply unavailable. Likewise, it is a great choice for adventure racers and long distance mountain runners, especially since it complies with many race regulations that require overnight shelters to have a sewn-in floor. For those looking to go as light as possible in the backcountry, the Rajd is also an excellent option, and it can be pitched with available branches or by suspending the ridgeline corners.

It is highly weatherproof and very durable, but bear in mind that it does not offer the same comfort or security as a true tent, especially in variable to poor weather conditions. Its single wall construction provides only one layer of protection between you and the elements, and, like all single wall designs, it is more prone to condensation than a double wall tent. The top third of both doors is no-see-um mesh to promote constant air flow, and the eaves over the doors can be rolled back completely to for even greater cross ventilation.

“Rajd” is named for the annual reindeer herd drive of the Sami people.

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All product features and measurement values, including tent weight and pole length, may vary somewhat from what is shown in our catalog, other printed items, and on our web site. Such differences can occur because of alterations in the design and production process and/or natural variations in the materials. Fabric dyes have natural variations, so the actual tent color may look slightly different from what is pictured here or in our catalog.

The single-wall Rajd (pronounced “ride”) comfortably accommodates two plus gear, yet rivals tarps and bivy bags for light weight. And it is a veritable palace for the solo traveler – especially one used to the confines of many solo shelter solutions. Built entirely from Kerlon 1200, the same very light yet strong fabric found in all-season Red Label tents and our UL tarps, the Rajd is patterned on the first Hilleberg tent, the two-pole ridge design Keb. It is designed to be pitched with trekking poles (or with optional poles, which are sold separately), and it boasts impressive floor space and head room. Its two door configuration, meanwhile, gives each occupant his or her own entrance and provides the ability to situate one door out of the wind.

The Rajd’s light weight and compact stuffed size make it ideal “alternative lodging” for adventure travel or hut trips, where accommodations are overcrowded, unsavory, or simply unavailable. Likewise, it is a great choice for adventure racers and long distance mountain runners, especially since it complies with many race regulations that require overnight shelters to have a sewn-in floor. For those looking to go as light as possible in the backcountry, the Rajd is also an excellent option, and it can be pitched with available branches or by suspending the ridgeline corners.

It is highly weatherproof and very durable, but bear in mind that it does not offer the same comfort or security as a true tent, especially in variable to poor weather conditions. Its single wall construction provides only one layer of protection between you and the elements, and, like all single wall designs, it is more prone to condensation than a double wall tent. The top third of both doors is no-see-um mesh to promote constant air flow, and the eaves over the doors can be rolled back completely to for even greater cross ventilation.

“Rajd” is named for the annual reindeer herd drive of the Sami people.

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  • Kerlon 1200 fabric throughout makes for a very lightweight yet sturdy shelter.
  • Single wall construction has no inner tent, and the mesh panels in the door provide venting.
  • Dual pole ridge construction is simple to set up, and allows for different pitching options.
  • The Rajd has plenty of room for two occupants and their gear.
  • Dual entrances and vestibules ensure that one door can always be situated out of the wind and provide flexible entry/exit and storage options.
  • An optional footprint connects directly to the Rajd, and can be left attached during pitching.
Rajd 3D rendering.

Extra long

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Extra long

Extra long length allows for both sleeping pads/bags and gear storage.

Flexible pole options

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Flexible pole options

Can be pitched with trekking poles, optional aluminum poles, or improvised poles such as branches, paddles or the like.

Upper door vents

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Upper door vents

No-see-um mesh panels on the upper part of both doors for venting.

Large doors

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Large doors

Large door openings for easy entry and exit.

Angled ends

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Angled ends

Angled end design adds extra useable space.

Suspension loops

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Suspension loops

Loops for suspending the ridge corners (as an alternate to pitching with poles).

Eaves

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Eaves

Eaves provide protection from water dripping into the interior when the door is opened. Bisecting zippers allows part or all of the eaves to be rolled away for increased air flow through the door vents.

Click on the links above for more information about the Rajd.

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