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The North Face Triarch 1 Tent: 1-Person 3-Season

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    Solo missions shouldn't be a burden.

    Find yourself, and just yourself, in nature this season with the Triarch 1 1-Person 3-Season Tent from The North Face. This ultra-lightweight tent features no-see-um mesh walls for excellent ventilation and to keep the weight down. When things get nasty the polyurethane-coated floor and fly give you an impregnable shelter to wait it out and play some solitaire. A vaulted head and footbox add comfort while the free-standing architecture lets you go extremely lightweight with just a fly and poles. 
    • Nylon ripstop canopy fabric
    • Nylon no-see-um mesh walls
    • Nylon ripstop floor with polyurethane coating
    • Nylon ripstop fly with polyurethane coating
    • DAC aluminum poles and stakes
    • Single-door side entry
    • Vaulted head and footbox
    • Free-standing architecture
    • Fly-only pitch option
    • Gear loft and footprint included
    • Item #TNF01C4
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    Great, Thus Far (I'll keep you updated)

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

    I've used this tent for two fall camping trips thus far. On one, it rained briefly overnight, no leaks.

    Pros: Easy, color coded setup; awesomely spacious, being able to sit up in a 1p is my fave and an antidote to my claustrophobia; water resistant, thus far and I will keep y'all updated once I have a chance to test it in a big storm; light; durable, I had a previous North Face tent and I hiked the AT with it and guided with it for over 2 years, the zippers were gnarly and I'd burned the inside in a couple of places so I got this one.

    Cons: There's this tiny window for ventilation and I'm almost certain I will break its supports as I pack up this tent one-day. It's unnecessary and the primary con of this tent.

    Great, Thus Far (I'll keep you updated)

    The North Face Triarch 1 Tent: 1-Person

    Have you used this tent at all or know anyone that has? I purchased this tent in May and used it once. The tent was easy to set up, but the fly was very confusing and frustrating to put on. There also wasn't much ventilation in the tent. Do you have any advice on how to put the fly on?

    There is one red tab on one corner of the fly and the tent. line up the red tabs, Velcro to main pole and clip at top. If not enough ventilation, you can unhook half the rainfly for open air and star gazing