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Three set-up options, one tent.
- Polyester ripstop canopy has a DWR finish for enhanced wet weather protection
- Mesh ceiling provides ventilation, bug protection, and star gazing on clear nights
- Nylon taffeta floor has a fully taped perimeter and welded corners to keep wet conditions out
- Polyester taffeta fly is fully taped with a 1500mm PU coating for guaranteed watertight protection
- DAC Pressfit poles provide structural support while keeping weight to a minimum
- Two vestibules and two doors provide easy entry and gear storage
- Spacious interior sleeps up to four adults
- DryPitch technology allows you to pitch the fly before the tent so you can set up the tent in the rain and stay dry
- DryPitch system allows you to set up an ultra-light fast-pitch shelter with just the fly, poles, and included DryPitch footprint
- Trail weight is just 6 pounds 14 ounces, fast-pitch weight is 4 pounds 14 ounces
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Just what I needed
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
The Drifter 4 DP is an excellent tent. Yes it is a bit heavy for the trail but I wanted a tent for the trail head instead. The Drifter is very comfortable for 2 to 3 people with tall ceiling and the two vestibules are awesome. Just like my smaller Mountain Hardwear tent, the rain flap comes down to the bottom of the tent to keep the rain and wind out. I have used it mostly it in Colorado but not enough to predict the durability but if it is like my other MH tent, it should last for a long time. The Drifter takes minutes to put up and tears down and rolls up easy. I definitely recommend the Drifter 4 tent. Chive On!