|ZPacks™ HexaNet-Plus Bug Shelter
The HexaNet-Plus is larger than our solo bug shelter, with extra space for
gear, or to squeeze in a second person. The dimensions fit well
under our Hexamid Solo-Plus tarp (sold
Constructed with a 1.0 oz/sqyd Cuben fiber bathtub floor, with .7 oz/sqyd
ultralight insect netting.
Sets up with just one trekking pole, or a
tent pole, or it can be hung from a
tree branch. The pole should be around 52". The handle of the
pole inserts into a cup at the peak of the shelter.
Six stakes are required (sold separately). Guy lines are included.
The corners of the HexaNet-Plus can be clipped to the corners of
the tarp rather than using extra stakes, but you will get a
tighter pitch if it is staked out separately.
- The 6" tall bathtub floor keeps you nice and dry, protected from spray
and ground water. There are no seams to seal.
- The bug shelter has a decent amount of space for one person
plus gear, or it is a snug fit for two people. By comparison Hexamid
Solo-Plus tent with built in screen has more usable space for two
- All ZPacks gear has a one year warranty against defects in
materials or workmanship. Returns or exchanges are welcome.
- Peak Height: 48 inches (122 cm)
- Length: 7.5 feet (2.28 meters)
- Width at center: 48 inches (122 cm)
- Width at ends: 32 inches (81 cm)
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Tarp Sold Separately:
The total weight is 8.8 ounces (250 grams) including guy lines, and a
stuff sack. Stakes are sold separately.
A matching Hexamid Solo-Plus Tarp is sold separetly.
Free Shipping on U.S. orders over $100!
Otherwise shipping is just $3.95 in the U.S., $15.95 Internationally and up.
Matt Favero receives your orders, oversees production at our shop, and ships
out your orders. For questions about your order, due date requests, and changes to existing orders, please email Matt:
Joe Valesko founded ZPacks in 2005. He designed and tested all the gear, and
has thru-hiked over 9,400 miles including the Appalachian Trail, Pacific
Crest Trail, Continental Divide Trail, and Te Araroa Trail.
For any questions about our gear, recommendations, feedback, and custom
project quotes please email Joe: