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The Series II Expedition Tent (Green)

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Series II Expedition Tent Green  

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Redverz Gear put the comfort back into camping with the Series II Expedition Tent adding to the appeal of the original design which shelters riders, motorbikes and gear in comfort, out of the elements and under one roof. 
With two inches more headroom, nearly double the original square vestibule footage and convenient J-door entries, the Series II Expedition Tent, offers you more.  Expedition-grade ripstop nylon ground cloth and floors offer superior protection, while the double wall design of the sleeping bay helps eliminate condensation. Simply put, the Series II offers you more while packing to the same size and weight as the original Tenere tent.   
The spacious garage bay, designed for sheltering motorbikes, has evolved far beyond the original vision.  The bay serves as a sheltered utility area for cooking and sitting area for down-time, as well as a storage area, workshop or dressing room with enough height to stand up and change gear. 

Series II Expedition Tent™ Specs

Specification

Description

Seasons 3-season
Design type Hoop Design, Non-freestanding 
Sleeping Capacity 3 (generous 2, cozy 3)
Fly / footprint pitch weight 6 oz.
Average minimum weight 13 lbs.
Average packaged weight 13 lbs. 6 oz.
Average weight - metric 6.03 kilograms
Maximum width 100 inches
Maximum width - metric 254 cm
Maximum length 201 inches
Maximum length 510 centimeters
Floor dimensions 90 In x 50In
Floor dimensions - metric 229 x 127 centimeters
Floor area 30 square feet
Sleeping Bay 89(100) x 67 inches (Queen Bed fits perfectly)
Sleeping Bay - metric 226(254) x 170 centimeters
Motorcycle Bay 100 x 50 inches
Motorcycle Bay - metric 254 x 127 centimeters
Vestibule area 61 square feet
Vestibule area - metric 5.6 square meters
Vestibules 2
Peak height 77 inches
Peak height - metric 195 centimeters
Doors 4
Floor fabric Rip Stop Nylon 70D 190T 10000mm
Rainfly fabric Coated ripstop nylon 68D 210T 4000mm
Inner Tent fabric 75D 190T/P  breathable
Mosquito Netting No-see mesh B3
Number of poles 3
Pole material Aluminum 7001 T6, shock cord
Pole diameter 11mm (2) 9.5mm (1)
Packed size 9 x 21 inches
Packed Size - metric 23 x 53 centimeters

Average minimum weight specification is based on tent, rainfly and poles only

A detailed walk through of the Series II Expedition Tent

Setting up the Series II Expedition Tent

 

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The Series II Expedition Tent

Design

  • The frame design creates nearly vertical inner tent walls which results in spacious, area-wide headroom, tall enough to stand fully upright inside the tent
  • Flexible hoop design performs well in high winds
  • Motorcycle bay accommodates a full size adventure tourer with panniers, or Harley Ultra Classic
  • Flow-through venting circulates air from one end of the tent to the other, ideal in hot climates
  • Rectangular floor plan optimizes usable space and ample sleeping bay accommodates 2 campers comfortably, 3 if needed.  For reference, the sleeping bay fits a queen size air mattress
  • Two convenient J-Doors and two large vestibules offer easy, sheltered access into and out of the tent 
  • Hybrid floor combines fully, factory-sealed seams and bathtub curves to create a tough waterproof finish
  • Unsurpassed comfort, storage and security are afforded by our spacious vestibules and versatile motorcycle bay 

Set Up

  • Simple 3 pole construction makes for easy setup and takedown
  • Color coded short and long poles make for easy identification
  • Mixed use of pole sleeves and pole clips make for speedy setup 

Details

  • Superior quality, anodized tent poles
  • Tent purchase includes guy lines with tighteners, stakes, stake bag, poles, pole bag and an easy-to-use compression stuff sack.  Waterproof Redverz Gear dry bags and ground cloths are sold separately 
  • Multiple storage options include inner pockets and hang loops

Pack Size & Weight

  • Entire tent packs down to just 21"x9"
  • Tent weight of 13.6 lbs includes poles, tent and rainfly
  • Unique design allows for use as a minimalist shelter with just the rainfly, footprint (sold separately) and poles

 Accessories

The Redverz 50-Liter Dry Bag 

Designed specifically to protect your tent.

50l07.jpg Redverz Gear Yellow 50L Drybag

Don't forget our great awning kit to complement the Series II Tent

Series II Tent Awning Kit

 

Footprint for the Series II Expedition Tent.

The Series II Expedition Tent, Footprint. Designed to hook directly under the inner tent to protect the floor in rough terrains, or so tent can be used without inner. Weighs 6oz

 

Motorcycle Tent footprint. The Tenere Expedition Tent Foot Print to use under inner tent or for use without inner tent.  Designed for Adventure Motorcycle Camping. Copyright Redverz Gear.

Footprints extend the life of your tent floor and protect against damaging abrasion.  We recommend using a custom-cut ground cloth designed specifically for the floor plan of your tent, like the Series II Expedition Tent Footprint.  The custom fit effectively avoids water collecting between the tent floor and a foot print during rainy conditions.  In the morning use your foot print as a clean surface where you can fold and roll your tent.

If you want to protect the floor under the sleeping bay AND cover the floor in the garage bay, order two (2).

Our advice:

 If a custom ground cloth is not available to use, tuck any excess material under the tent floor.  Excess material that extends beyond the tent's perimeter will catch and collect water. 

 
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Product Reviews

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  1. At Sturgis 2014 with new tent

    Posted by Bill in colorado on 12th Aug 2014

    Took some time to set up, when done the tent was very enjoyable. Bike fit right in, it repelled the rain and stood up to the wind. great tent but wish it was a little bit cheaper. I like it better than my canvas tent with no room for bike. Will enjoy for years to come. Good tent, like the green color best.


  2. Tent

    Posted by neil on 3rd Aug 2014

    Just spent 7 days in silverton co, tent performed just as it was represented, had several days of rain and everything was dry and cozy. Bike fit well inside vestibule with room for my gear on one side still leaving room to enter and room for a chair to remove my shoes before entering sleeping area.
    Was larger than picture in my head and it set up and packed well.
    Would not hesitate to buy another


  3. Great Tent!

    Posted by Reto on 26th Jun 2014

    Went from a good quality 3 man to the Series II.
    What a great product! Easy to set up and even easier to take down. We motorcycle camp and tow a Unigo trailer. The Series II is only marginally larger to carry than our old unit.
    The tent easily fits our queen size inflatable bed and at our ages we really like being able to stand up inside and under cover. The vestibule area has great storage for our gear and allows us to sit in our camp chairs during inclement weather.
    Quality, fit and finish are right up to standard, and reflect it's selling price.
    We are most excited to own this product and look forward to enjoying it for years to come.
    R&J
    B.C., Canada


  4. Fantastic tent.

    Posted by Gregory Turek on 16th Jun 2014

    For the last few days, I been using my new Redverz tent. My trip consisted of varying weather conditions; from gusty winds, thru cold rainy nights, to sunny and warm temperatures.
    I really appreciate the roominess, and the clever design that allowes you to stand up inside and have extra space to sit and be covered from rain or sun.
    In one word it's simply awesome, practical and worth every penny.
    It is easy to pitch and packs into a small bag for storage.
    Definitely a great product, and once you owercome the price shock it will become your best tent you ever owned.


  5. Great tent

    Posted by Ted Cadman on 4th Jun 2014

    Just received my tent and went camping for it's maiden voyage. The first thing i did was to, forget the instructions at home. :) I had watched Kevin on You Tube, so set up only took a few thoughtful minutes. My only real challenge was not knowing how to wide to stake the guide lines.I figured that out shortly and really enjoyed the outing and all the room inside. I'm headed North to Dawson City , and other Alaskan towns in two weeks. I'm confident this was a good choice of tents. Ride On


  6. Great Tent Design

    Posted by Evan Queen on 11th May 2014

    I've been looking at buying this tent for 3 years. I finally did it. Doesn't matter if to have a motorcycle. It's still a nice set up for additional sleeping room, dry storage, storing motorcycle or getting out of the rain. It's nice to use the awning kit for extra shade when it's hot. I purchased awning kit and 2 ground cover sheets. The tent sets up easily and comes down the same. It rolls up and easily fits bag into storage bag. Fits easily on my Suzuki Vstrom and will fit on any bike. I am 51 and enjoy a larger tent with good storage room and enough height to stand. Don't wait like I did. BUY IT!!


  7. RedVerz Tent Review

    Posted by Orv Hengen on 5th May 2014

    If you want the perfect camping tent for a couple, or single, and need it to fit on a motorcycle, get this one. Although not a pop-up or self-standing tent, it is worth the time to erect it. I will never need another tent except for my one-man pop-up for really light loads and solo travel. The room in this tent is wonderful! While advertised as a place to park your bike, I carry a light bike cover and use the "garage" as living space. You can set up a small table and chairs, etc., in the non-sleeping compartment, store all of your gear, and get dressed in stand-up comfort and total privacy. I plan to custom cut a light ground cover for the non-sleeping section, making it even more liveable. This tent is the best there is for a couple, or for multiple-night stays. Practice pitching and and packing it at least once before you go. It will become very easy fast.


  8. worries for the future

    Posted by Gary Hensley on 28th Apr 2014

    I'm worried that the elastic door tie-backs will fail after some time. I would rather they be nylon.


  9. Redverz tent

    Posted by Jim on 19th Apr 2014

    Nice tent. Zippers are less than first quality. Nice tent stakes but are short & won't hold in soft soil. Sound like I'm nit-picking? I expect more from a three season tent for a $500.00 bill. If it wasn't for the garage, I'd shop elsewhere.


  10. Ecxellent Motorcycle Tent

    Posted by Unknown on 17th Dec 2013

    I have owned this tent [the Series II] for a couple of seasons, but I only got to use it this summer and it was great! I went on a trip on my Enfield Bullet 500 and I loved it! I didn't have to worry about my bike. Just a glance away! I opened it, unpacked it and set it up the time I got it, just to see/admire it and make sure everything was there.


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