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A year-round shelter for your wilderness adventures.
- Fully taped seams prevent moisture from seeping in even after prolonged exposure
- DAC Featherlite poles cut back on weight without sacrificing structural integrity
- Mesh door allows ventilation as desired
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The best, but difficult setup
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
Used this tent on Mt Shasta glaciers and training climbs. An excellent combo of light weight, durability, stability in high winds, and roomy size. Easily fits two adults 6' 180 lbs and gear in vestibules. Rock solid, water proof, and excellent ventilation.
My only complaint is the difficulty of sliding poles through the sleeves - especially trying to remove them for take down or setting it up in a snow pit for wind protection (no room to extend them away from the tent when feeding through the sleeves). This does make a lighter and stronger setup than clips though. My guide has used this on McKinley in gale force winds with no issues.
Overall, it's the best 2-wall 2-person mountaineering tent out there if you don't require quick setup time.