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MSR Access 2 Tent: 2-Person 4-Season


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    Winter camping just got more accessible.

    Backcountry travel in winter is already hard enough with all the extra gear and layers, and a bulky mountaineering tent just makes it that much more difficult. Understanding this, MSR designed the Access 2 Tent: 2-Person 4-Season to be lighter than traditional mountaineering tents, yet still warmer and more protective than backpacking tents.

    The unique central support frame optimizes interior space to fit all your gear while resisting snow loading so middle-of-the-night storms don't catch you off guard. And since there's less stuff you have to deal with using frozen fingers, the unified frame is also easier to set up in cold conditions. Tough and lightweight Easton Syclone poles resist breaking, and two doors mean you don't have to crawl over your partner for a midnight bathroom break.

    • Light and strong for winter backcountry trips
    • Water-resistant fly and floor won't succumb to snow
    • Easton Syclone poles resist breakage
    • Optimized interior space design
    • Resists snow-loading to avoid collapse
    • Two doors for easy access and exit
    • Item #CAS009U

    Tech Specs

    [rain fly] 20D nylon ripstop, DuraShield PU/silicone coating (1200mm), [canopy] 20D nylon ripstop, 10D polyester mesh, [floor] 30D nylon ripstop, DuraShield PU/silicone coating (3000mm), DWR treatment
    Wall Type
    2 Easton Syclone
    Number of Doors
    Number of Vestibules
    Vestibule Space
    17.5 sq ft
    Interior Height
    42 in
    Floor Dimensions
    84 x 50 in
    Floor Space
    29 sq ft
    Trail Weight
    3 lb 10 oz
    Recommended Use
    winter camping
    Manufacturer Warranty
    limited lifetime

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    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    The description, floor plan and features of this tent were everything I have been looking for for backcountry tours. The materials are top notch. Set up is easy.

    But... upon using it it I was severely disappointed.

    !st off, the poles didn't come with my tent and after contacting MSR got them shipped out.

    The condensation is pretty bad due to that the tent fly (no matter how much I tried) would rest on the body of the fly.

    The biggest failure is simply the architecture. The walls of the tent body are so low angle that it creates a large amount of unusable space. 6" of the 4 corners is too low for even a sleeping pad. to position a bad and bag so that it wouldn't touch the sidewalls I was basically in the middle of the tent. My partner and I had to curl up just so our heads and feet didn't push against the walls. The condesation that built up dripped onto our heads and feet soaking our bags.

    This tent needs to go back to the drawing board in my opinion to be considered for use in the snow.

    This tent would work as a 1 person (under 6') great. But for 2 people, no way

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    Hello! I am considering the MSR Access 2 for my winter, fall and above the tree line treks, to support a second person as my Hilleberg Unna is too small. I cannot find any specs on the nature of the fly's zippers - and am curious as to whether the zipper on both vestibules are two way zips - allowing for the top to be opened in support of venting air from the interior door's mesh panel.

    Hope you can pass on some intel!