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Eureka Midori 2 Tent: 2-Person 3-Season

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Your inner nature-craving beast is hungry.

Light, compact, durable, and a cinch to set up, the weather-resisting Eureka 2-Person 3-Season Midori 2 Tent makes the perfect low-maintenance backpacking companion. Pitch this free-standing tent in a flash when the sun is dipping below the horizon and the clouds blow in. With ample space for two people and a vestibule for gear, plus tons of scenery-revealing mesh, this strong home away from home will keep you comfy, dry, and cozy when feeding your wanderlust.

  • Two-pole performance dome tent for backpacking and car camping
  • Fabric is durable and treated for weather protection
  • Aluminum poles offer lightweight yet durable performance
  • Strut poles on vestibule work to provide increased usable space
  • Ventilation system offers comfort in rain or shine
  • Rain fly can be removed and stashed while stargazing
  • Gear loft and interior pockets offer spots to stash necessities
  • Item #ERK003X

[inner body, rainfly, floor] 75D 190T StormShield polyester taffeta, [mesh] 40D polyester no-see-um
Wall Type
8.5mm aluminum
Pole Attachment
clips, post and grommet
Number of Doors
Number of Vestibules
Vestibule Space
9.7sq ft
hooded fly, mesh panels
Gear Loft
Interior Height
Floor Space
32.6sq in
Trail Weight
4lb 7oz
Recommended Use
backpacking, weekend camping
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year

Tech Specs

California Proposition 65


This product can expose you to chemicals including Ethylene oxide, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to

What do you think about this product?


>Rating: 4

Reliable and Well Priced Tent

I've put it through the wringer

I bought this tent about 18 months ago and have spent approximately 30-35 nights in it in a variety of environments. It is still running strong, and no tears or other durability issues have occurred. Size: This tent can comfortably fit two individuals. I have used it with my roughly 5'6” girlfriend, and myself 5’11” and had enough room to keep some other items. When using this with friends that are taller than me, they have never complained about the size of the tent. You will be roughly shoulder to shoulder with your partner but not to the point that it is uncomfortable. The vestibule created by the rain fly is a great place to keep your pack while backpacking or your shoes if you are using it at a campsite. It is large enough to huddle inside the vestibule and zip the rainfly closed and then enter the tent to keep water from entering the tent (you will need to crouch a bit). Rain Fly & Water: The zipper on the rain fly sticks a lot when it comes to this tent. When the mosquitos are out and closing the rain fly and tent door as fast as possible is a concern, the fly can present some problems. Almost on all occasions, the zipper will become stuck, and one will need to move the fabric of the rain fly away from the path of the zipper. Otherwise, be met with a stuck zipper and trying to unstick it before bugs make their way into the tent. When it comes to keeping you dry, the rain fly does its job. I have used this tent in thunderstorms, and it has kept me dry every time. The lower section of the tent has a waterproof material that keeps the splashes from the rain from coming into the tent as well. If you do not use a footprint, you may be met with the floor letting in some water in more wet environments. While this can be annoying, utilizing a sleeping pad keeps this from being a significant concern as water that makes it in this way is minimal, a more significant concern is bringing it in with you. Ventilation: Ventilation is good when it comes to the drier climates like the desert, but when using this tent in wet and humid environments such as Kentucky and West Virginia, a lot of dew can form on the inside of the tent. The ventilation holes are kept open with a rigid little piece of material that can fail and close the vent, which almost always occurs when you open the tent and shuffle around while getting inside. The result of this lack of ventilation can range from droplets raining down on you in the morning or have ice form on the inside of the rainfly in colder temperatures (which sucks brushing up against in cold temps.). Additionally, the tent can become very humid, and this can then result in your sleeping bag becoming a bit moist after a few days spent in a tent, which could be a significant concern if you are using a down bag in cold weather. Overall: I am happy with how this tent has performed. It has been durable and has granted me many nights of sleep. The downsides of the zipper not closing and the humidity buildup in a tent in a wet environment is something I find on almost every tent and try and use a hammock set up to achieve better ventilation. If you are looking for a well priced and reliable tent, this is your winner.

>Rating: 5

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I've put it through the wringer

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>Rating: 5

Eureka! Midori Product Tour

I've put it through the wringer

Eureka! Midori Product Tour

>Rating: 5

Tent Set Up Video - Midori

Tent Set Up Video - Midori


Is there a compatible footprint for this tent?


one door/vestibule, or two? (photo differs from tech-specs).

Hey Chris! Thanks for asking - the specs are wrong. This tent has 2 doors and vestibules! If you have any other questions please let us know. My direct contact info is above.