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Mountain 25 Expedition Tent 2 person

Average Rating = 4.33/5 Average Rating : 4.33 out of 5
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The North Face Mountain 25 two-person tent has an extremely strong design and features an internal guyout system that is especially valuable when snow and wind are your most formidable enemies Front door has both mesh and fabric panels, providing user-friendly entry/exit and good ventilation large pole-supported front vestibule with snowflap adds stability. Rear door allows entry and exit and access to items in the rear vestibule half mesh panel assists ventilation while saving overall weight. Color-matched canopy and rainfly webbing allow easy set-up side-release buckles at pole intersection points ensure a strong connection. Fusion Pitch combines continuous pole sleeves with clip construction for easy setup and improved ventilation without sacrificing strength. Internal guyout system adds extra stability during high winds and extreme conditions. New ground level stakeout points allow side poles to be staked down at ground level on a bivy platform to secure against winds that blow up the slope and underneath the tent. Rainfly vestibule features new flat-sleeve construction pole initiation is quick and easy especially in bad weather, and the sleeve sheds weather effectively. High-low ventilation design harnesses convection and crossflow to help expel moisture vapor and prevent interior condensation. DAC Featherlite NSL poles utilize unique inserts to create strong, functional poles that save weight and reduce breakage. Rainfly and floor feature a waterproof polyurethane coating for superior protection and durability. Taped, seam-tensioned bucket floor offers clean angles and usable space. Abundant pockets on both sides of tent as well as front and rear ceiling. No-stretch Kevlar guylines with self-locking cams hold the fly taut for the severe conditions 4-season tents might encounter.

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Review 4 out of 5 stars

Review by: cgailey, 2004-07-04

Heavy when compared to other tents of its size, but this bad boy has stood the test of time and is still a favorite among mountaineers around the world. Bombproof pitch and set up with a pre-equlaized guy system for more effective guying. Do your research, but not a bad choice. I like mine, especially now that they changed the door.

Review 5 out of 5 stars

Review by: lookaughtbelow, 2004-04-14

this tent rules. ive had mine for about 5 years and its been awesome everytime i go. it can get hot in the summer but in the snow this tent is awesome. great for 2 people but i have fit 3 before (tight fit!)

Review 4 out of 5 stars

Review by: adeptus, 2004-02-19

This is one of the best mountain tents in the world! Itís highly wind resistant and can be put up quickly. Thereís room enough for two people, but not for a lot of equipment. You can cook at the entrance, even when itís raining. The only draw back is the weight. But if you need a totally rain, snow and wind proof shelter this is as light as it gets (otherwise youíd be bivying). All in all a very good tent for everything from hiking to high altitude mountaineering.

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