The venerable old Stephenson's Warmlite tunnel tents would qualify as a wind worthy sub 3 lbs solo shelter. Here is a pic of my 2C on a solo stone sheep hunt in 2010.I have had other tents from mt hardware with these same style set up, single spine down the middle and none of them likes wind at all.
What about not freestanding tents? I've done better wih those in wind, hoop pole over head and one over feet?
been looking at the big sky chinook 1 man. check it. it seems to be a swiss army knife, pole, inner, fly material options etc....What's out there that's sub 3lbs, one man tent with full coverage fly. Not a tarp, not a half fly, not a single wall.
Been using the same three tents for a decade, gonna upgrade.
When your using a trekker pole supported tent what happens if you leave the tent up and hike around for the day...no trekker pole, or take your tent down?
Luke does that fly close over the front of that tent? I've only ever had one single wall tent. On kodiak. Big mistake. Ground outside was dry and my gear inside was soaked. It was light weight though....lol but my wet gear sure got heavy. Thanks MSR.