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Product Highlights:

  • Seasons 3
  • 2 hoop bivy-style tent
  • Durable 6.3 mm. fiberglass frame
  • Nylon pole sleeves
  • 3 storm guyouts on fly

About Eureka Solitaire 1-Person Tent

Eureka Solitaire 1-Person Tent
The Eureka Solitaire 1-Person Tent is ideal for solo sleepers. It is an extremely lightweight 3-season solo tent with an efficient tunnel design and a sturdy fiberglass shock-corded frame. Eureka has updated and improved its lightest and most compact solo tent, it features pole pockets on one end and ring and pin assembly on the other. It also features an added zipper in the center of the roof cloth for easy entry/exit. Eureka Solitaire 1-Person Tent is ideal for anyone who's a little too claustrophobic but doesn't want the burden of a full-blown tent when hiking alone.

Warranty Information

This product has a limited lifetime warranty.
(800) 572-8822

Eureka Solitaire 1-Person Tent Features

  • Sleeps 1
  • Seasons: 3
  • 2 hoop bivy-style tent
  • Durable 6.3 mm. fiberglass frame
  • Pole pockets
  • ring and pin
  • Nylon pole sleeves
  • 3 storm guyouts on fly
  • 2 storage pockets
  • 1 flashlight loop
  • Zipper in roof cloth
  • Poles: 2 (hoops)
  • Doors: 1
  • Windows: Full panel mesh
  • Fly included
  • Interior size: 96 in. x 32 in. x 28 in.
  • Peak height: 28 in.
  • Fly fabric: 70D nylon taffeta 1200 mm.
  • Canopy fabric: 40D no-see-um mesh
  • Floor fabric: 70D nylon taffeta 1200 mm.
  • Pack weight: 2 lbs. 10 oz.

Eureka Solitaire 1-Person Tent Specifications

Floor Size
1 People
Minimum Weight
2lbs. 9oz.
Pack Size
4" x 17.5"
Tent Area
21.33 sq. ft.
Center Height
Pole Type
6.3 mm fiberglass
Full panel mesh
Wall Fabric Material
40D no-see-um mesh
Fly Fabric Material
70D nylon taffeta, 1200mm
Floor Fabric Material
70D nylon taffeta, 1200mm
Mesh Fabric Material
40D No-see-um
2 hoop bivy-style tent
2 storage pockets and 1 flashlight loop
Easy Entry/Exit
Zipper in roof cloth
Weight [with packaging]
4.25 lb
Mfr #

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Well, it kind of worked

By Corey

from Nepal


  • I didn't die
  • It kind of worked


  • Everything broke
  • Poor ventilation

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  • If you hate someone, gift
  • Paper weight

This product was a living nightmare. The only thing it managed to do was keep me and other members of our team alive. From the Fiber-glass poles breaking to the fact this thing leaks, I will not be buying anymore of these tents.

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Shopper  Why Did You Choose This?
Keith D  Best price I have ever seen on this product.
Shopper  Why did you choose this model, over the Eureka Spitfire Solo?
JENNIFER J  Actually, I think I will purchase the Spitfire for my next bike tour. The Solitaire poles have snapped and it feels like a coffin; absolutely no room to sit up. Also, the entry door design makes it difficult to get in when the rain fly is unrolled. I think at the time I purchased it, I did not research very thoroughly and it was the least expensive lightweight model I could find. Hope this helps.
Gary L  In reading some reviews: I saw one person at 5'11'" who said is feet were up against the bottom end and so got wet. And another who said at 6'2" it was big enough for him. I'm 6'2" and having trouble finding a 1 person tent that I feel is long enough. Ideally I would like to be able to lay on my back in a sleeping bag with my feet pointed straight up and still have a couple inches of clearance at both ends. Will the solitaire work?
DANIEL P  I'm 6'5 and if You fix your self nice inside you will be able to lay dow but is a little hard in a so the place like this
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