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A force-field against Himalayan fronts and the Antarctic's wrath that gives your party a comfortable space to wait out the storm.
- DWR-coated canopy, 400D nylon external snow flaps, welded guy clip anchors, and PU-coated, taped fly provide watertight protection from the worst winter weather
- Circular dome structure doesn't buckle in the wind thanks to its naturally aerodynamic design
- Fifteen durable DAC Pressfit poles, internal guy system, and clips are easy to assemble with help from a reflective starter point
- Two doors feature #10 size dual sliders for durability, weather protection, and easy entry-exit
- Five clear SVX windows in the fly help you keep an eye on the weather without getting out in it
- High 89-inch ceiling and 171sq ft of floor space provide lots of sleeping and living space for up to ten adult climbers
- Several mesh windows in the canopy and one large zippered top thru-vent expel condensation so it doesn't build up inside while ten people snore in the cold night air
- Internal perimeter skirt provides additional weather protection when you seal it together with the tent's footprint (sold separately)
- Ten mesh storage pockets keep your many gear accessories from getting misplaced
- Included expedition duffel bag holds the entire tent so you or a Sherpa can easily carry the 44lb 3oz package
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- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
I've now spent well over 50 days of my life living in out and or around the Stronghold Tent. This thing is the best home away from home if you're looking for a base camp that will handle ANYTHING that gets thrown at it!
It's kinda complex to set up so make sure you have the instructions and a good crew to follow them. Once it's up you can climb on the thing it's so tight and sturdy.
The internal skirt/flap acts as all the anchor you need. Just line the inside edge with all your gear. Then shovel a bit of snow around the outside to seal it from wind and snow.
I've slept 4 with all our gear and a dug out cook area and it was perfect. It once snowed 8ft of really heavy snow in as many days in Haines. We hardly had to dig the thing out while our 2 and 3 person tents were collapsing and required hourly digging.
It's a beast to travel with and pay for extra baggage fees, but well worth the cost once it's up and running. I've never tried it, but I think you could get away without some of the poles if you wanted to save weight, and still have a great shelter.
Can't say enough good things about this product.