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Brooks-Range Propel 2D Tent - 2013 Closeout

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    Brooks-Range Propel 2D Tent - 2013 Closeout

    Designed for 4-season backpacking, the Brooks-Range Propel 2D mountaineering tent gives you the option of using your ski or trekking poles to save weight when you're traveling light. See details

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    Designed for 4-season backpacking, the Brooks-Range Propel 2D mountaineering tent gives you the option of using your ski or trekking poles to save weight when you're traveling light.

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    Designed for 4-season backpacking, the Brooks-Range Propel 2D mountaineering tent gives you the option of using your ski or trekking poles to save weight when you're traveling light.

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    Designed for 4-season backpacking, the Brooks-Range Propel 2D mountaineering tent gives you the option of using your ski or trekking poles to save weight when you're traveling light.

    • Tent includes 4 DAC aluminum poles and 1 spine pole; leave them at home and use with ski/trekking poles and avalanche probe for minimalist adventures
    • Polyurethane-coated nylon walls and floor provide water- and wind-resistance; mesh vents with mini-flys help prevent condensation buildup
    • 2-person, freestanding tent has 2 doors with 2 full vestibules for separate entrances and storage areas
    • Please note: tent does not feature a rainfly
    • Minimum trail weight of 2 lbs. 5 oz. does NOT include poles; poles add 1 lb.
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    Brooks-Range Propel 2D Tent - 2013 Closeout Specs
    Specification
    Description
    Best use
    Mountaineering
    4-season
    2-person
    (Without poles) 2 lbs. 5 oz. / (with poles) 3 lbs. 5 oz.
    1.4 kilograms
    Not applicable
    3 lbs. 10 oz.
    16 x 6 inches
    84 x 48 inches
    213.4 x 121.9 centimeters
    28 square feet
    6.6 + 6.6 square feet
    38 inches
    96.5 centimeters
    2 doors
    5
    DAC aluminum
    8.5 millimeters
    Polyurethane coated nylon
    Polyurethane coated nylon
    Not applicable
    Freestanding tent
    Seasons
    Sleeping capacity
    Minimum trail weight
    Minimum trail weight - metric
    Fly / footprint pitch weight
    Packaged weight
    Packed size
    Floor dimensions
    Floor dimensions - metric
    Floor area
    Vestibule area
    Peak height
    Peak height - metric
    Number of doors
    Number of poles
    Pole material
    Pole diameter
    Canopy fabric
    Floor fabric
    Rainfly fabric
    Design type

    Brooks-Range Propel 2D Tent - 2013 Closeout

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    Brooks-Range Propel 2D Tent - 2013 Closeout is rated 3.0 out of 5 by 2.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from All Around Performance is an A+ I bought this 4 season tent with a focus on snow and heavy rain for backpacking trips which also focus on minimizing weight. I just got back from Big Bend National Park in Texas near Mexico where the temps were in the 50's at night (warmer than I planned on using this tent for but wanted to give it a try anyways being my newest tent). Condensation It performed quite well despite another review I had read putting it down for condensation problems. On our second night backpacking, my buddy and I were only allowed to pitch one tent at the site due to the parks regulations so we used the Propel 2D which did gather some but not much condensation. I believe the little condensation it had was primarily due to the higher temps. Space It's quite roomy for one adult (I'm 6' and 185 lbs) and a bit snug though it works well for its purpose with two adults. (My buddy is about 6'1" and 180 lbs) we were able to fit my regular size sleeping pad and his extra wide sleeping pad without overlapping too btw. Rain It did rain a little bit on the first night and of course it performed perfectly as should be expected. Wind/Dust/Sand/Dirt The first night before the rain came it was extremely windy and the site where we were required to pitch our tents had a lot of powdery dirt. The Propel 2D did great and I didn't have any issues with the wind nor the dirt storm. Lol. My buddy has a great tent but because it has a rain fly instead of being built in like the Propel 2D and he had an awful night trying to sleep due to the wind blowing the dirt so hard that it came up under the fly and went through the netting into his face, bag, etc... The next morning he said he had even considered joining me in my tent because it was so bad and after all the Propel 2D is able to fit 2 people if need be! Weight This tent is extremely light weight for a 4 season 2 person tent with 2 vestibules and 2 entrances! Weights in at just over 3lbs including poles & stakes. Value for Price Absolutely incredible especially since I got it through the rei outlet!!! Bottom Line Simply put, just get the tent and you'll love it. No tent is perfect but if you want a good 4 season tent that is light weight this one is excellent!
    Date published: 2014-04-15
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Water accumulation problems etc. The idea of using trekking poles to set up a tent is certainly neat. It comes at a price though: if you use the tent as your base, you have to find something else to support it. The main problems are however: 1) Condensation -- even in rather dry conditions it rained inside the tent very badly. 2) The footprint is pretty big but because of the triangular form it's very hard to cook inside -- no room. 3) Also no mosquito net -- this could help keeping the tent drier... Overall -- hardly usable but neat.
    Date published: 2014-04-15

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