Hyperlite Mountain Gear Echo II Insert

Hyperlite Mountain Gear Echo II Insert
Hyperlite Mountain Gear Echo II Insert
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Echo II Insert by Hyperlite Mountain Gear
Your ultralight shelter setup is pretty much useless when it's blackfly season, or at least it was until the Hyperlite Mountain Gear Echo II Insert came along. This ultralight, fully-enclosed insert features no-see-um mesh canopy and a bathtub floor to protect against biting insects, crawling bugs, and soggy ground. Crafted from Dyneema fabric, the bathtub floor is tough and waterproof, yet incredibly lightweight and highly packable. This insert really shines when paired with Hyperlite's Echo II or Flat tarps, creating a fully-enclosed and waterproof shelter that weighs in at less than two pounds for the entire package.

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SKU: HMG000P
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