Often Copied, Never Surpassed.

WEIGHT: 31 oz | 870 gm
SQ FOOTAGE: 90 + sq ft | 8.36 + sq m

If you're having a party and everyone's invited, the MondoMid is the shelter for you. A massive 10 x 10 ft | 3 x 3 m, this CUSTOM ORDER SHELTER is the grand-daddy of the Mid Series. It's so big, we couldn't even fit it in a photo… So we posted a photo of the SuperMid. Just look at that, then imagine it bigger!


Often Copied, Never Surpassed.
WEIGHT: 32 oz | 895 gm
SQ FOOTAGE: 90 + sq ft | 8.36 + sq m




If you’re having a party and everyone’s invited, the MondoMid is the shelter for you. A massive 10 x 10 ft | 3 x 3 m, this CUSTOM ORDER SHELTER is the grand-daddy of the Mid Series. It’s so big, we couldn’t even fit it in a photo… So we posted a photo of the SuperMid. Just look at that, then imagine it bigger!

Despite it’s size, the MondoMid goes up as quickly as our other Mid Series tents, thanks to it’s single pole design! The MLD Exclusive panel design eliminates over 40% of seams vs. other MID designs. The side panels are joined near the peak by a much shorter horizontal seam. This is stronger and requires 40% fewer seams than traditional designs. No matter the size, we design all our products to be stronger and lighter!


• 30d Pro SilNylon Only.
• Oversize peak vent can be closed: Pull out the wire and fold it over closed for hard wind and blowing rain or snow.
• We like one over oversize peak vent design best. Pitch the rear of the Mid into the wind to prevent rain and snow from blowing into the vent and creating a mini Venturi Effect to pull condensation out the oversize vent on the downwind side.
• Plenty of room to stand up and side walls shed snow well.
• Main seams are triple stitched (MLD Exclusive) and flat felled.
• Interior Apex hang loop
• Apex reinforced with Dyneema X.
• Both doors roll open and tie back.
• Mid-height zipper door snaps, allow door to be partially opened
• 16 total tie-outs!
• 8 ground level perimeter tie-outs with LineLocks for easy adjustment. LineLocks make cold weather and winter use (buried snow anchors) MUCH easier. Linelocks can be removed to save about 1 oz
• Rear and Side center side panel tie-outs for really high winds.


• Silnylon Stuff Sack
• 40′ MLD Pro Guyline
• 1.5 oz Tube McNett Silnet Seam Sealer
• If requested, a set of Pole Connector Straps


LENGTH: 10 ft | 3 m
WIDTH: 10 ft | 3 m
HEIGHT: 6 ft | 1.8 m
SQ FOOTAGE: 90 + sq ft | 8.36 + sq m

MATERIAL: Pro Silnylon
WEIGHT: 31 oz | 870 gm
COLOR: Brown, Grey, OD Green, Orange Citrus

** This is a custom order shelter.


COST: $50
WEIGHT: 1.0 oz | 28 gm

The SilNylon version of this shelter requires seam sealing, which is why we include seam sealer with all our SilNylon shelters. You can seam seal this shelter yourself in about 30 minutes with the supplied seam sealer OR as an extra service we can do it for you!

We use a diluted 100% Silicone Sealer on the exterior stitching above the lower hem. Factory seam sealing can add about 1 week to the order process. Seam sealing adds about 1 oz | 30 gm +/- depending on the shelter size.

Factory sealed shelters are returnable under the regular return policy, where as DYI seam sealing is not.


COST: $85
WEIGHT: 14 oz |397 gm

This is a 15 in | 38 cm long SilNylon skirts that is sewn to the bottom edges of the shelter for use in snow. This option cannot be combined with Perimeter Bug Net option.


COST: $35
WEIGHT: 6.4 oz | 181 gm

Add 16 Easton Aluminium Stakes to your purchase. Easton Aluminium Stakes are 8 in | 20 cm and each stake weighs 0.4 oz | 12 gm.


COST: $6
WEIGHT: 2.9 oz | 82 gm

This product includes 40′ of our regular, non-reflective Pro Guyline in your choice of Yellow or OD Green. You can upgrade this to 50′ of 2.7 MM Reflecto Pro Guyline which has properly spaced reflective markers that are bright enough to see, without making your shelter look like that obnoxious house on your block with the out-of-control Christmas lights.


COST: $10

We HIGHLY recommend Zip Care™ Liquid Zipper Cleaner & Lubricant be purchased with all our zippered gear.

• ONLY zip the zipper up OR down when the bottom buckle is fastened to relieve stress on the zipper. Clean and Lube the Zipper as needed.
• Most of the time you will pitch this shelter a few inches off the ground for ventilation.
• In high winds, the use of the side panel tie-outs is recommended. ALWAYS use a short bungee loop on side panel tie-outs and do not over tighten the side pulls, or you will get 75% + of the load on that one mid-panel tie-out. You want the load evenly distributed over all the tie-outs with the main force directed to the corner main seam tie-outs.

Each of our SilNylon shelters comes with one tube of McNett Sil-Net Seam Sealer. It is STRONGLY recommended you use this supplied seam sealer to seal and strengthen the seams of your shelter.**DCF (Dyneema® Composite Fabric A.K.A. Cuben Fiber) Shelters do not need seam sealed.**


1. Pitch and inspect your shelter for any issues. Once it is seam sealed, it is non-returnable except for significant defects.
2. Use the supplied SilNet Sealer and ONLY the SilNet Sealer. (If you want to dilute it or use some other silicone sealant it should work OK and is common (research this yourself online) but, you are on your own- results may vary and are not covered by warranty! If you go this route, it is assumed you know 100% what you are doing and have done it before!!!)
3. Pitch the shelter tightly. Temperatures should be above 60 F and humidity below 80%. You may do this indoors. You may also do one seam at a time indoors if the seam is stretched slightly. Pinning one seam from each end on the floor between two heavy objects works OK.
4. We use the SilNet straight from the tube. Do not make a big hole in the sealer tube – start small so that you can control flow. Multiple small application is a lot better than one big smear.
5. Main Seams: Place a small bead on the seam along the stitching. Work on a 3’- 4’ section at a time. Use a finger to press the sealer into the stitching and the small valley at the edge of the seam where it is rolled under.


NOTE: You only need to seal the OUTSIDE of the shelter. You do not need to seal the bottom perimeter roller edge stitching. It is OK to add a small bead on the leading edge of the triangle tie-outs reinforcement stitching, but it is not required.

SPECIAL AREAS: Add a little sealer to any tie-out stitching on the middle of a panel (Mids, Cricket, and SuperTarps). Seal the zipper storm flap stitching and tie-outs on the Mids. Seal the stitching and apex tie-outs areas on the Mids, Crickets, and TrailStars.

IMPORTANT: Do no go back and forth over the wet seam too much – after a minute or three it will get gummy and look bad; it is better to wait for 8 hrs and then add some over any area you missed.

A four-sided pyramid tent is one of the easiest shelters to set up! After a few test pitches, most users can set it in in under 2 min on a normal day, and under 1 min when properly motivated!


Cut four 18 in | 46 cm guylines. Tie a 2 in | 5 cm stake loop on one end. Thread the free end of the guyline into the corner LineLocks on the shelter, then up through the rear LineLock slot/hole, over the bar and down through the front LineLock slot/hole. Tie an overhand knot with a 1 in | 2.5 cm tail to prevent the line from pulling out of the LineLock.


1. Adjust the corner guylines to be short – no more than 2 in | 5 cm of slack from the LineLock.
2: Stake out the rear corners to the ground. The rear wall baseline between the corners should be medium tight, with no slack.
3: Stake out the front corners. The side baseline of the shelter should be tight. Watch the angle formed by the rear and side walls of the shelter at the rear corners and position the front corners so that the rear corners form 90-degree angles. The goal is to have a perfectly square/rectangle floor base. As viewed from overhead the corners and corner guylines form a perfect X shape right out to the stakes.
4: Unzip the front door leaving the bottom buckle snapped.
5: Reach or step in and insert the center pole – adjust it’s height to make the shelter tight.
6: Now you can cut and add any other mid-panel or mid-baseline guylines as needed. The lengths needed will be obvious.

NOTE: Use a small bungee loop on any center panel tie-outs to limit wind force on that tie-outs. DO NOT stake out a center side panel tie-outs too much – it should only move the wall a couple of inches out at most! DO NOT pull it so far it changes the shape of the mid-wall.

That’s It!!! The shelter should be tight and square. You can slightly tighten each corner LineLock if needed.

Almost all setup problems occur when the shelter floor is not square, with all corner angles as close to 90-degrees as possible, or slack is left in the corner guylines.

NOTE: See the setup info for attaching the InnerNets on the InnerNet product page.

Your first setup is a good time to seam seal your shelter IF you have purchased a SilNylon version and did not have it factory seam sealed. Use the SilNet supplied to seal the main seams, center panels tie-outs, door zipper stitching, and the apex stitching. Use only a SMALL amount and do not go back over an area after 5 min. You can use your finger to push the sealer into the seams. If you miss a spot, wait until it is dry and then re-coat as necessary. See ‘Seam Sealing’ tab for instructions.


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