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Mountain Hardwear Space Station Tent: 15-Person 4-Season


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  • Alpine Red, One Size

Why We Like The Space Station Tent

Every base camp out there has at least one Mountain Hardwear Space Station Tent for communication centers, dining halls, hospitals, and sleeping fifteen alpinists of course. Built out of burly nylon taffeta with multiple PU and silicone coatings for waterproof protection, the highly durable Space Station was designed specifically for high altitude and extended alpine expeditions. Fifteen industry-leading Paleria DAC Pressfit poles make sure this tent doesn't bend against wind and storms, and an adjustable partial coverage rainfly works with the perimeter snow flaps to keep the inside dry and comfortable.

  • Fifteen-person tent is a staple for base-camp rest and relaxation
  • Silicone and PU coatings shed moisture from condensation
  • DAC Pressfit aluminum poles withstand heavy wind
  • Snowflaps and skirt anchor tent and double as seats
  • Eleven total vents ensure perfect airflow and temperature-regulation
  • Dome shape sheds wind and snow while maximizing usable space
  • A plethora of organization pockets house personal belongings
  • Reflective and color-coded for easy setup and operation
  • Item #MHW01DF

[fly] 180D nylon oxford, PU coating (1500mm), [canopy] 180D nylon oxford, PU coating (2000mm)
Wall Type
DAC PressFit
Pole Attachment
Number of Doors
Number of Vestibules
1 top zippered vent, 10 lower vents
fully sealed
Interior Height
Floor Dimensions
Floor Space
284sq ft
Packed Size
21 x 36in
Trail Weight
77lb 16oz
Packed Weight
85lb 13oz
Recommended Use
weekend camping
Manufacturer Warranty

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What do you think about this product?


>Rating: 5

Basecamp Perfection

I've put it through the wringer
True to size
Size Bought
6` 3"
190 lbs

My name is Jon Glassberg and I am a professional climbing athlete and filmmaker with Mountain Hardwear and I live in Boulder, Colorado. I recently used the Space Station on a trip to Everest to film and photograph professional climbers attempting the mountain. We used the Space Station as our basecamp chill tent and it was pretty much perfect for the job. Big windows that don't fog up, easy ventilation, pretty easy setup and breakdown for such a massive tent and roomy and spacious enough for a lot of people to cram in and cook, eat, do yoga, etc. on a long expedition. I really liked the zip function on the 2 doors and on our expedition we experienced snow, rain, sleet, hail, and just about everything in between without any effect on the tent. I also really appreciated the light colored fabric that soaks up the sun and keeps the space warm during the day on a cold expedition. Pretty much the professional choice for expedition tents on serious trips.