- Features two doors and two vestibules
- Doors have two closure options: Zip up mesh door only for ventilation or zip up the nylon layer for full protection
- Fly vents allow for venting in inclement weather
- Storm flaps on vestibule zippers
- Heavy duty reflective guylines and reflective webbing
- Color coded webbing and poles make set up easy
- Fly is CORDURA® rip-stop
- Floor is nylon rip-stop
- Fly and floor have 1200mm waterproof polyurethane coating
- Tent body is nylon rip-stop with closable mesh vents
- All seams taped with waterproof, solvent-free polyurethane tape (No PVC or VOC's)
- DAC NSL pole system with press fit connectors and lightweight hubs
- DAC H Clip and Twist clips attach tent body to pole frame
- Hub pole design
- 15 lightweight Mega X stakes - may be buried as deadman anchors
- Over-sized stake out loops - to be used skis, ice axe, ski poles, etc.
- High/low internal guy loops for extra stability in high winds
- Six interior mesh pockets
- Two vestibule pockets
- Gear loft loops included. Fits Wall gear loft - sold separately
- Fast Fly setup available - pitch a shelter while leaving the tent body behind. The Fast Fly configuration requires the footprint, rainfly, poles and stakes.
- Color: Orange/Red
- Footprint sold separately
First, this tent is expensive, but there is value for money. This thing is a bomb shelter and is built strong enough to take a beating. At first it was a bit difficult to set up, the directions were not helpful. But, after setting it up one or twice I find it super easy and fast (10 min ish). One thing that I found nice was that the guy lines were already set up and ready to go, not all tents do this so I was impressed by that little detail. Also, looking over the fly I have found that every seam is tapped, better quality than some jackets.
Gear loft for small items
Handy side pockets
Generous amounts of headroom
Quick and easy to setup after a short learning curve
I wish it came with more stakes I picked up 6 more
At this price it should include the ground sheet
Not the greatest ventilation (it is a mountaineering tent so take that with a grain of salt)
Hubs are a bit weird, and fixing in the field may not be a great experience
Very impressed! It was sturdy on our windy weekend trip. Like the big, wide vestibule.