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Easton's Rimrock series of tents was designed with stability and livability as top priority. Vertical walls, a super-breathable mesh body, and a waterproof bathtub design all add up to a comfortable living space. At under 6 pounds trail weight, all that comfort is basically free during the hike, so whether you have 3 miles to go or 20, the Rimrock won't drag you down.

  • No-See-Um mesh body for maximum ventilation and insect protection
  • Durable 68D polyester fly with 1500mm polyurethane coating for full weather protection
  • 7075 Easton aluminum poles are tough and lightweight
  • Two door-access so you can get out at night without disturbing your partner
  • Easy-open one hand door pulls for quick in-and-out
  • Vertical walls and open headroom for comfortable livability
  • Tension-band over the doorway for for increased stability and structural integrity
  • Two spacious vestibules for your gear
  • Comfortably sleeps three adults
  • Lightweight 5lb 14oz trail weight
  • Fast pitch option is 4lb 9oz
  • Can be packed with fly attached for fast setup in rough weather
  • Four side pockets and a gear loft for storage and easy access to essentials
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Awesome 3 person tent

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I've used this a couple of times and love it. It's a bit more roomy that most 3 person tents but without the added weight. The bright yellow color is nice for when you're stuck in the tent waiting out a storm. Easy to set up and take down. Nice big vestibules over each of the doors. Its worth it at the regular price and a freakin' steal if you can get it on sale.

Unanswered Question

Can anyone help select the Rimrock 3P vs 2P? I'm traveling solo but basically living out of my tent on extended period (3 weeks+) on rock climbing trips, so looking for maximum livability. I've just swapped out my 1.5 man tent for the Rimrock 3P, but it seems, well, too big (although I love it otherwise). Occasionally I'll have a friend need to crash in the tent, so I'm not worried about the summer...but what about come winter? Will all that space be just too much for me to heat if I'm snow camping? Just to note: weight isn't an issue here. Simply worried about the extra space.

Where is the Rimrock 3 made?

Where is the Rimrock 3 made?