The DCF One is here, and even more determined to keep you dry without weighing you down. Features include factory-taped seams, reflective pull- outs, waterproof zippers, and fully-rigged lines. Easy to set up, rugged, spacious, and weighs less than a pound; The DCF One is the shelter of your minimalist dreams.
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15.3 oz / 433 g
(includes factory-taped seams and lines attached)
Tent Stuff Sack 8.1 g
Clothesline 4.5 g
Stake Stuff Sack 3.3 g
DAC Stakes (6) 10 g each
Extra cord (2) 7 g each
DCF Repair Patch 2 g
Head End Width 33"
Foot End Width 21"
Length of Ridgeline 43"
Interior Height at Ridgeline 45"
Using a CCF pad 6'1"
Using a 2.5" tall inflatable pad 6'0"
Functional Space 10 square feet
Bathtub Floor Edge to Tip of Vestibule 35"
Length of Vestibule Zipper 45"
Tent body 0.51 oz/yd2 DCF
Tent floor Custom-formulated 7D sil/pu nylon ripstop
1.8mm reflective nylon sheath
1 mm dyneema core
#3 TPU Vestibule Zipper Waterproof
ITW lineloc 3 tensioners all main tie outs
As with all of our products, we warranty the shelters we sell to be free from manufacturing defects. Gossamer Gear does not, however, warranty products against materials or fabric failure due to durability issues.
Scuffs, punctures, or tears caused by wear, misuse or accidents are not covered; however, they can usually be fixed with tape by the user. Our products are constructed from ultralight materials, and some wear and tear is to be expected.
We recommend using a groundsheet in most situations in order to extend the life of your bathtub floor.
We also recommend reading more about how to alleviate shelter condensation.
A note about our DCF shelters: DCF is a fundamentally different fabric than silnylon. DCF is inherently inconsistent and close inspection will reveal line and color irregularities not present in other coated fabrics. These visual breaks are not considered defects.
You can read more about our DCF shelters in this blog article.