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Batten down the hatches.

The MSR Wind 2 Two-Person Expedition Tent is your best defense against blustery mountain weather. In wind-tunnel testing, a prototype of the new MSR Wind tents withstood blasts up to 103mph—conditions far more severe than most users are likely to encounter in real life. Excessive? Maybe. But when gale-force winds hit your camp high in the mountains, you'll be glad MSR pushes their tents to the limit. The unique truss design increases strength, making Wind 2 one of the most stable tunnel tent on the market. The integrated baffled wall/vestibule construction boosts warmth and storm protection. Two large entries and vestibules make it easy for two people to enter and exit without crossing over gear.

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This is one of the best tents I ever had in a long,long time. Great ventilation system, roomy, good insulation, even the color is great. It was a great choice !

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A Storm of a Tent

This tent is serious business, when we first pitched it we called it the bug because it looked like a big fat Caterpillar. The fabric and design utilize a tunnel design which has pros and cons in mountain environments. The biggest pro being high wind stability if pitched directly into the wind, the con being that you require good peg placements and for the wind to be from a constant direction with an available campsite. This tent is very suited to conditions such as Antarctica, New Zealand and Patagonia. To date this is the only Tunnel tent I know of that is free standing (with the additional cross pole). While this feature adds little in the way of structural strength and is a significant extra weight it does make this design more versatile. The joint fly and inner makes for very quick pitching but does mean that utilizing just the body or fly an impossibility. This tent is on the heavy side for a two person tent, but when the wind is raging and blowing hard you’ll find this expedition tent, a comfortable and spacious haven for two.