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World-class protection against serious snowstorms.

Easton Mountain Products built the Expedition 2-Person Tent to withstand the most brutal alpine conditions imaginable. This version features durable 7075 aluminum poles that weigh a touch more than their carbon counterparts but also offer improved strength to resist high winds and the additional load of heavy snow.

  • Extra-stable, snow-shedding design built to flourish in four-season alpine environments
  • UV-resistant polyester rain fly features a weatherproofing PU coating to seal out the storm
  • Ultra-strong Easton 7075 aluminum poles feature a crossing configuration to provide extra strength and rigidity for extreme conditions
  • Color-coded poles, sleeves, and clips make setup quick and intuitive, even in low-light conditions and during storms
  • Snow flaps protect the entrances from intruding cold and moisture
  • Oversized canopy wall vents and fly vents are easy to access without leaving your sleeping bag and help prevent condensation before it starts
  • Vestibule adds additional room for gear and can be positioned over either doorway for added versatility
  • Multiple guy-out points improve stability even more when the weather turns really nasty
  • Internal features include mesh pockets, gear loft, gear loops, and see-through windows
  • Included storage sack features a dedicated internal pole pocket and compression straps to make packing up easy
  • Footprint sold separately

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5 5

Overall, seems good

Hey Guys, I did'nt see any other reviews of this tent anywhere, but for being 4 season at this price, I couldn't pass it up. I have yet to take it into any snow, I only had some light rain, so if your looking for info on that, you may have to wait until I hit the northern part of the AT and update. What I can tell you is this
-Good size vestibule
-very roomy interior
-plenty of places to put your gear (for low wall pockets, 4 small ceiling pockets, a hammock style gear loft, and an anchor to hang a line to dry gear inside or divide the tent in two)
-Great, great ventilation. Plenty of options for almost any situation you'll encounter outside. The ability to make your tent water tight from my sleeping bag was invaluable to say the least.
-Definitely great-tier poles. they are light, strong, and easy to assemble. What do you expect, its easton? Also, good but not perfect stakes.
-Bag is an ingenious design that really helps with portability, and water resistant to boot.
-Fly held up extremely well, no leakage or even a hint of claminess in the morning
-Front vestibule big enough to hold a pack and cook on the other side
-Back vestibule is a nice feature.
-Super easy set up. Took 15 min tops my first time, including fly and guy lines

-annoying zippers
-Heavy (but not considering it is a 4 season) and a bit bulky, takes up a lot of pack space.
-Barely fits the "two person" category. The only reason I fit comfortably with a girl was because we are both small and... yeah probably shouldn't expand that.
As I said before, I do not yet know how it handles snow or extreme rain/wind, but I have full confidence it will do fine. I'm planning on thru hiking soon, but unless I can find a friend to come with and split the weight, I wont be taking this. Maybe when I do some northern trails I'll need it, but as of now I cant justify the weight.

Easton Expedition 2p Tent, 360 Spin Video

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Easton Expedition 2P tent

Here's Easton's own Rich Packer showing off the Expedition 2P tent. Designed to be the last tent standing.