I find it a major frustration that some tents don’t have pockets. Fragile items like sunglasses are vulnerable to being accidentally sat on. The best way is to keep them off the tent floor in a pocket. Hitherto I’ve improvised with a silnylon stuff sack that I halved and pinned to the inner tent wall.
I asked Paul at Tread Lite Gear to make a pair of bespoke cuben ones. The result is in the top photo. They weigh 2g each (ex safety pins). The grosgrain is to give the pocket some structure and allow me to use safety pins to secure it to the tent. I like using safety pins rather than sewing them on as I can move the pocket around.
The next picture shows one of the pockets in my Laser Comp. Perfect.
The next is in my Scarp. The pocket is 20cm x 10cm. For the Scarp I probably should have specified a slightly deeper pocket (13cm?) but it still works for light items.
I’m very pleased with them. As with other items I’ve ordered from a Tread Lite, the workmanship is first class. I will be ordering some other bits and pieces soon. It’s great to see a small UK lightweight gear business developing. I’ve not given a price. I think Paul’s intention is to list them on his eBay site soon.
Disclaimer: I have no business or formal relationship with Tread Lite Gear, but I have been discussing product designs with Paul.