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Forclaz Trek 100 3 Seasons Freestanding Backpacking Dome Tent 2 Person

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With its classic dome structure, it offers a simple and practical living space. The additional front tent pole creates a porch that can accommodate 2 bags of about 50 L. 2 pockets.

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About this item:

  • Capacity: Width 23.6” per person room with a height of 41.3”. 1 door, 1 porch, 2 pockets.
  • Easy to transport: Lightweight (5.7lbs). Compact and compressible 10L bag.
  • Heat resistant: Flysheet Door with mosquito net, 1 air vent, and fresh fabric that absorbs the sun’s rays. Blackout: Black fabric guarantees 99% darkness even in broad daylight!
  • Wind resistance: Resists 37 mph (Force 7) winds.
  • Waterproof: Water column (Schmerber): Flysheet > 2000 mm. Groundsheet > 5000 mm.
Model: 8581570

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Forclaz Trek 100 3 Seasons Freestanding Backpacking Dome Tent 2 Person | Our backpacker designers designed this freestanding 3-season dome tent for 2 people seeking a simple, user-friendly product. 1 entrance and 1 front porch.

With its classic dome structure, it offers a simple and practical living space. The additional front tent pole creates a porch that can accommodate 2 bags of about 50 L. 2 pockets.

A photo of the Forclaz Trek 100 3 Seasons Freestanding Backpacking Dome Tent 2 Person in use

Wind resistance

Resists 37 mph (Force 7) winds: Validated in wind tunnels on rotating plate.

Easy to transport

Total weight of 5.7lbs.Compact & compressible 10L bagDimensions 15.4”x5.1”x5.5”


Width 23.6” per personRoom height 41.3”1 door. 1 porch. 2 pockets.

Easy assembly/dismantling

Quick pitching: pre-assembled room and flysheet.Sleeves for the tent poles.


Water column (Schmerber):Flysheet > 2000 mm.Groundsheet > 5000 mm.

Heat resistant

FlysheetDoor with mosquito net. 2-way zipper on the door1 air vent


Fabric that lets daylight through.

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Be careful with large sizes

The tent is quite compact when folded. It is easy to install and then repack. It is also very light among the "2 person" tents. In terms of quality/price ratio, I think it is at the top of the ranking. My biggest criticism of this model is that it is not at all comfortable for tall people who are over 1m90 tall. In the technical dimensions of the MT100 it is indicated that the available space measures 210x120cm, which is not entirely untrue but it suggests that a person of 1m90 can fit easily. However, if you add a mattress to the ground and you have big feet, you quickly touch the canvas of the tent... I therefore do not recommend this tent to anyone who is over 1m80 tall. I am considering selling my tent for another model.

Not reliable at all!

Used for 7 days on a bike ride, for 3 years without wind and always handled with care. Bad surprise in the 3rd year: 2 successive pole breakages, fortunately at the end of the trip, because it was impossible to reassemble the tent. Decathlon's only response: there is no reason for it to break, it depends on use!!! I'm going to repair it, cost €7.50 x 2... And if it continues to break like that, what do I do??? Not trustworthy ! Absolutely avoid!

Traveled 2 months in Iceland

I cycled around Iceland solo with this tent and am very satisfied with it. Lots of space, super easy to assemble/store and with a large entrance. I think it's excellent value for money. Waterproofing is also a must, but don't place yourself on too wet ground. However, you should know that the strength is not exceptional: the seams fray (while trying to burn the threads with a lighter, I made a hole in the chamber, oops), the zippers become damaged and come apart. Also remember to always put the side supports because the steel brackets deform quite easily. I also learned that 2.5kg, in the world of trekking, is not that light but it didn't bother me at all. If you have a few euros to spare, go upmarket, Forclaz makes tents that are lighter and stronger (but often less spacious).

Trekking 3

Good for sand fly protection but poor ventilation

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Ventilation can be improved

Consider adding vents that can be opened selectively

sole fineness

The base of the tent seems to be made the same as the upper material, it looks like it will tear with a little tugging. It is easy to set up, the color is beautiful, but it cannot be used for a long time. Return..

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It is light and easy to carry, easy and fast to set up the tent, has enough space for one person to use, and has good windproof effect.

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Exceptional ease of assembly,…

Exceptional ease of assembly, good look, good habitability but unfortunately not very solid: after a single use, when dismantling one of the hoops was broken!

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MT100 bivy tent

Hello, Really disappointed because from the first day of use, the zip of the mosquito net tore. We were on the TMB, so we had to improvise during all the bivouacs. Not pleasant at all.

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I think it's a good tent.

Could be lighter in weight, but still good. It withstood the storm well, which you have to pay attention to, that the ventilation is properly closed, because the wind blows in and the water also comes in during a storm. The small vestibule is useful, it is good for cooking, but there is also room for stuff.

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First of all, I should point out this. My job is mountain and hiking guide. So I have a lot of experience with different tents. This summer, I used the tent for a week in a trans activity (we did not carry a camping load) in Aladağlar and on Mount Ararat. In theory it is for 2 people, but in practice it is for 1 person. Heavy for 1 person, small for 2 people, not enough luggage and interior space. The dimensions (thin and long) are very compact. It is very easy to find a place to fit in mountain camps where suitable ground is limited. Setup and assembly are very simple. The bag is very practical. Only the pile bag should be separate and the piles should be Y-shaped aluminum piles. Once you connect all the tension points it becomes very stable and taut. I've had windy nights and it's been fine. I haven't experienced rain, but I don't think it will be a problem. Now let's talk about ventilation. By leaving the front luggage door open from the top, the tent is ventilated with the single ventilation at the back. But it's not enough. Even though I use it in high mountains in a humid continental climate, there is no circulation inside the tent. I would definitely not consider using this tent in areas with high humidity. The fly screen on the interior door is too small. The tulle part must be fully open/closeable. There is no tulle section on the inner awning where the rear ventilation corresponds to the inner awning. Funnily enough, the ventilation net on the inner awning is too low. They thought that the air would come from above, come down and enter the tent. The interior awning ceiling must have at least 25-30 cm of tulle. Thus, the air inside is expelled from the ceiling and out through the inner awning. Fresh air from the outer awning skirts enters from above. In fact, a rear door with 25-30 cm small luggage can be added to the tent. Then the ventilation will be solved, the dimensions will not change and it will be enough for 2 people. If I can find a good master, I am thinking of having tulle sections made on the inner awning and the inner door. Exterior door zippers work very smoothly, but interior door zippers get stuck from time to time. I use an additional tarpaulin to protect the bottom awning, the base is thin but it's something I do with all my tents. Unfortunately, a footprint prepared for the tent is not on sale. In conclusion, it is a very good tent for its price. It will be useful if you use it in the right place for its purpose. I will use it in high mountain camps where it is not humid, in summer activities where I will not have to carry a camping load and do not have to cook indoors. I don't even want to think that I will be cooking in the trunk under rain or snow with my wet clothes on during a winter event with this tent, which has difficulty in evacuating the moisture generated only by my breath in the summer heat.

one and a half personal :)

the bottom could be waterproof, in wet grass or on the ground you definitely need something extra underneath. otherwise easy to set up. it could be a little smaller when packed, because it takes up a lot of space in the backpack.

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One of the best tents on the market

After trying various brand tents - including what is supposedly the best tent brand from Sweden - I really have to say that the Forclaz MT 100 is one of the best tents on the market for me. It can be set up in no time. The pole sleeves are so smooth that the poles can be pulled out again without falling apart. It is self-supporting and no rainwater gets into the inner tent because the entrance is in front. The entrance door can be placed super on the outside of the protruding side wall. Most tents have the door hinged at the top and keep falling down. Two panniers can be parked in the apse, protected from the rain, and they are still easily accessible. The aluminum alloy of the pegs is so hard that none of these pegs got bent during my three-week holiday in Finland. They're sturdier than those newfangled Y-pegs. And the most important thing - I've really tried a lot - but with this tent the inner and outer tent don't touch. You can also brace each side wall in the middle. But you don't have to. The outer and inner tent are always sufficiently spaced apart. I can't understand why other tent manufacturers can't figure this out. The processing is basically very good. Minor processing errors are compensated for by multiple safeguards (pasting over). Decathlon did a great job there. The ventilation also works perfectly. Room height 1A. So far I've been traveling alone with the tent. It stands very well in the wind. Very suitable for bicycle tours. Certainly a bit cramped for two. To make a long story short: I swapped a Hilleberg Nammatj 3 for this tent. A little tip: The poles in the hanger (apse) can be easily detached if you have loosened the external hooks and then removed the main poles themselves from the front eyelets. Then it's fine.


It survived a very strong storm, it doesn't leak anywhere, it sticks to the ground well. Strong herrings are a plus. I put a thick painting foil under the floor to feel even safer. If there was one more herring that would be great. Unfolding and folding very easy. I give max stars. I recommend.



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Main fabric: 100.0% Polyester ; Inner fabric: 100.0% Polyester ; Tent Footprint: 100.0% Polyester ; Pole: 100.0% Aluminium ; Coating: 100.0% Polyurethane ; Carry bag: 100.0% Polyester


Total weight 5.7 lbsParts can be separated to share the load.Flysheet 1.8 lbsRoom 1.6 lbsTent pole kit 1.3 lbsTent pegs (13 items) 6.7 ozBags 2.7 oz + 0.6 ozGuy ropes 3.2 ozRepair kit (ferrule, patch) 0.7 ozTo preserve your product and improve the ground and weather protection, you can add a survival blanket type groundsheet to your Trek 100 2P tent.Weights, volumes, and dimensions may vary slightly due to production tolerances.

Size and living space

Length of the room 82.7”Width of the room 47.2”Height of the room 41.3”Total height 45.3”1 x 23.6”-deep front porch that can accommodate 2 backpacks of about 50 L, as well as 2 pairs of hiking boots. This space is for organizing and storing your bivouac equipment. 2 pockets in the room, 1 hook on the top inside to hang a lamp.

Architecture, tent poles, and tent pegs

Lightweight shatterproof and frost-proof aluminum tent poles: 7001 Ø 8.5 mm.Tent pegs/stakes:Length 6.7”, Ø 6.1 mm.Non-anodized 7075 aluminum for maximum strength and lightness while lowering the environmental impact.Traditional dome shape to make the structure free-standing. A front tent pole with a peak provides additional volume and therefore a more habitable porch.


The Forclaz tents are tested fully pitched in the laboratory: 200 L/m²/h for 4 hours, i.e. equivalent to a tropical rain shower. They are also tested in the field by a sample user group.75-denier PES polyester flysheet and groundsheet, polyurethane coating on the inside, water-repellent treatment on the outside.Seams taped with heat-sealed strips.Multi-component and water-repellent 75D polyester bedroom that is breathable, provides protection from the wind, and reduces condensation.


We test all our tents in a wind tunnel on a turntable where we can expose each side of the tent to the wind.To test its wind-resistance, the tent must be properly pitched, taut but not stretched, with all the guy ropes in position around the tent. It should remain habitable at wind speeds of 37 mph, measured near ground level.Our tents are certified by the CSTB independent laboratory in Nantes.

Ventilation and condensation prevention

Bedroom with mosquito screen for ventilation and water-repellent fabric to protect from condensation and drafts. There is an air vent at the back of the tent.To reduce condensation inside the tent, it must be correctly assembled with a canvas that's taut, but not excessively so. The use of the air vent and good air circulation reduces moisture inside.


3-season tent: Your tent will protect you from the harsh weather conditions you can encounter in the spring, summer, or autumn. It will withstand light snowfall but is not designed to withstand heavy loads that would weigh on the structure.In case of snow, remember to shake your tent regularly in order to bring down any snow that has accumulated to avoid putting too much weight on the structure of your tent.

Eco-designed tent

We have decided to use ”biton” thread for this tent's bedroom fabric (1 out of every 2 threads is dyed to reduce the impact).Textile dyeing requires a lot of water but also produces waste water from the dye baths. To reduce this impact on the environment, we use only 1 mass-dyed yarn out of every 2 and thereby reduce our consumption and our impact on water.

Tent eco-design (continued)

The tent pegs are not anodized.We have stopped using nitric and phosphoric acids to fix the color because its only function is to make them look aesthetically pleasing.Your tent pegs can have an ”untreated” or ”used” appearance, but they retain all their technical characteristics and strength.The fabric of the room is bulk dyed, which reduces water consumption and CO² emissions.These actions help to reduce the environmental impact of your product.

Product testing

The waterproof rating of the Forclaz tents is validated by placing a pitched tent under 200 L/m²/h shower of water (tropical rain) for 4 hours, and checking that no water passes through the seams, flaps, openings, zippers, etc.The water column test (= mm Schmerber) measures the waterproof rating of the fabric.We test all our tents in a wind tunnel, on a rotating table to check all 4 sides.We also perform tests on the components (abrasion, tearing, perforation, etc.)

Storage instructions

After using or cleaning the tent, dry it thoroughly before storing to avoid bad odors and mold.




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