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Description

A lightweight, travel-ready backpacking shelter.

Backpackers, keep your fellow trekkers and gear organized and comfortable during multi-day adventures with the ALPS Mountaineering Extreme 3 Tent.
  • Factory sealed floor and fly offer full protection from precipitation
  • Extra large zippers operate easily even under gloved hands
  • Dedicated ventilation and dual doors allow for full and natural circulation
  • Multiple vestibules store and organize gear while doubling as automatic guy-out points for nasty weather

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So I recently bought this tent and took...

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So I recently bought this tent and took it out for the first time and I was wanting to buy some extra protection for it, could anybody suggest a good footprint to use with it?

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Well, you can buy them from alps http://www.alpsmountaineering.com/alps/products/tents/tent-accessories/tent-floor-savers#.UUIkqBzvuzY
The foot prints work pretty well, they're slightly smaller than the floor of tent though.

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Newer isn't always better

I have an old alps mountaineering extreme 3, and I much prefer it to the new ones. Ive had it for years and it's still running strong, however the clear window in the rain fly is beginning to crack and wear through now. The tent itself hasn't changed much, Only colors and decorations. The difference lies in the rain fly. The new one is significantly larger than the old, allowing for more gear but its so large that the wind catches it easily. Even staked down the larger rain fly can be pulled up in a decent wind storm. This issue never occurred with the old tent. This tent can handle more than 3 seasons however, I've use it in the dead of winter and it's had no problems staying up, and it breathes very well while also being warm. Note, for added durability look to the "Outfitter" version sold on the alps website.

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Alps Extreme three person

got this tent and set it up last week.
was surprised by the feature set on it.
its the nicest three pole tent design i have seen.
great rain fly coverage with two small plastic windows built into the rain fly.
great for three kids or two adults.
its the kind of tent you will appreciate in a heavy storm or downpour situation...