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Marmot Thor 3P Tent

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    Marmot Thor 3P Tent

    This 3-person tent gives you the best of all worlds--massive room, bomber construction, four-season protection--and it's lightweight, too. See details

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    This 3-person tent gives you the best of all worlds--massive room, bomber construction, four-season protection--and it's lightweight, too.

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    This 3-person tent gives you the best of all worlds--massive room, bomber construction, four-season protection--and it's lightweight, too.

    • Ultra-light package uses DAC Featherlite® SL poles for more strength with less weight
    • Knee-pole design with dual-diameter poles creates a steeper sidewall for inside spaciousness and adds to the structural integrity of the tent
    • Pole sleeve/clip combination delivers a strong, well-ventilated tent that is easy to set up
    • Large, D-shaped doors for easy access; no-see-um mesh panels provide bug-free air circulation
    • Lightweight, silicone-coated nylon rainfly has buckle attachments for fast installation; adjustable airflow vent helps control interior climate
    • Bathtub floor—all perimeter floor seams are up and off the ground for superior waterproof protection
    • Stake Tape™ shaves weight by eliminating grommets, yet is strong and allows versatile setup
    • Key locations on rainfly are reflective so you can easily locate your tent in the dark; jingle-free zippers
    • Pole-supported vestibule offers roomy storage area; UV-resistant, welded rainfly window lets you view the outside weather conditions
    • Inside pockets provide storage off the floor for organizing your equipment
    • Includes stuff sacks, stakes, repair fabric, pole repair sleeve, guy cord and sliders and buckle
    • Average minimum weight specification based on tent, poles and rainfly only

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    Marmot Thor 3P Tent Specs
    Specification
    Description
    Best use
    Mountaineering
    4-season
    3-person
    9 lbs. 10 oz.
    4.37 kilograms
    Not applicable
    10 lbs. 12 oz.
    7 x 25 inches
    93 x 74 inches
    236 x 186 centimeters
    47 square feet
    12 square feet
    45 inches
    114 centimeters
    2 doors
    6
    Aluminum DAC Featherlite
    9 millimeters
    Ripstop nylon
    Coated nylon
    Coated nylon ripstop
    Freestanding tent
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    Sleeping capacity
    Minimum trail weight
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    Fly / footprint pitch weight
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    Vestibule area
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    Number of poles
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    Rainfly fabric
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    Marmot Thor 3P Tent is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 7.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Tent! This is a great tent! The problem with most 4 season tents is that I can't use them during the summer because they get too hot. The Thor does not have this problem. The Thor has great ventilation. Works great in the wind and snow. Great upgrade from my Mountain Hardwear Annapurna 2P tent.
    Date published: 2014-04-11
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great for Northern California nights We live in Northern California and camp in fall, winter and spring. The nights can get cold (typically 20s - low 40s) so a typical mesh tent isn't great. This tent is a huge upgrade over what we have used in the past. My only suggestions to Marmot are: 1) make it clearer in the instructions which door is the "front" door, since it matters when putting up the fly (the front is the side with the double-grommets) and 2) put mesh pockets along the entire long side of the tent -- not just near the front. Those are the least useful since I want them near my head as I sleep (to put glasses or a headlamp, etc.)
    Date published: 2014-03-31
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Super Burly My review is based on the 2P version, but as it's the same construction (just smaller), I thought my review would still be applicable. Our previous tent (Marmot Aura 2P) was awesome by every metric. Lightweight, roomy, sturdy, and a good vestibule design. But, we now live in Denver and most of our backpacking is in the mountains and often above treeline. So - we needed a tent that was a bit more burly, and also more warm (Aura was all mesh and pretty chilly). The design of the tent is fantastic. The main vestibule is plenty big to house both packs, boots, and still have enough room to cook in. I frequently set my sleeping pad chair sideways at the tent body entrance and cook in the vestibule. For one - the stove heat gets the inside of the tent nice and warm, and it's also a good way to cook if it's windy. For a 2P tent - it's huge inside. I'd almost say it's *too* wide since you can almost fit 3 people in a pinch. The ceiling is nice and tall, and the walls are nearly vertical thanks to the knee-pole design. So, we have more than enough room to move about in there. The ceiling panels allow great control over the ventilation, and there are plenty of hooks, loops, and such to setup a clothes line. There is a single hook that hangs from the ceiling and it's strong enough that we hang our 3 liter Sawyer from it for filtering water. The mesh pockets on the ceiling hold a lot of stuff, but don't sag, and same goes for the pockets on the sides. With the Aura tent, you'd fill the side pockets and the walls would start to cave in. Ventilation wise - we've head the tent high in the alpine and also at the bottom of the Grand Canyon - and we've never had an issue with condensation. That's not to say you wouldn't, but with proper ventilation techniques, we haven't had any. It's a warm tent, but even at the bottom of the Grand Canyon where temps never got colder than 70 degrees, we'd leave the fly off, zip the doors only half way up (keep the creepy crawlies out), and had the ceiling vents open. We slept on top of our down bags and were very comfortable. Structurally - this tent could withstand a hurricane. There are *PLENTY* of guy line attachments on the outside and even with just staking out the tent poles - the tent is quite sturdy. I've had a lot of tents int he past, and have always loved Marmot tents for their quality construction and the colors (keeps things nice and upbeat when it's bad weather). The fly pitches taught so you don't get flapping fabric - even when it's raining. The footprint is quite large for a 2P tent, and that is one drawback for it. Weight was - well there is no getting around the fact that it's a heavy tent. Nearly twice as heavy as our old tent, but there is nothing worse than laying your tent wondering if it's going to shred our not during a particularly nasty storm. Or, you're crossing your fingers hoping it doesn't cave in from a freak snow storm. Since we spend a lot of time in our tents - having a shelter we enjoy being in, can cook in, and feel safe in when the weather turns bad (and it can turn real bad in the mountains), the weight was a fair tradeoff. The rest of out gear is still pretty light, so our total pack weights are still in the low 30s. Setup is pretty complicated the first time. The directions are clear in how to do it, and once you do it once or twice - then it's pretty straight forward. To properly set it up, stake it out, and guy it out at the corners - it takes about 20 minutes. But - it's not like we often have huge time crunches in the mountains, so it doesn't really matter to us that it takes twice as long as our old tent. If you can stomach the weight - this is one of the most versatile, comfortable, bomb-proof shelters we've ever owned. It's expensive and heavy, but we feel complete confidence in setting this up at the top of a mountain in the winter, or the bottom of the Grand Canyon in the summer.
    Date published: 2014-03-26
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Perfect Four Seasoner! -Perfect in gusty conditions -Constant Compliments -Attracts fine looking female marmots because this one's a rugged beast. -Allows the option of going light by only requiring a few poles and the fly and footprint.
    Date published: 2014-03-26
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Tent Excellent tent
    Date published: 2014-03-21
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Mine has lasted over ten years It doesn't look like they changed this tent design much since I bought mine years ago... No need to change it! Thor is rock solid tough and very comfortable. Great investment! Pops right back up when the winds really pickup without damaging the poles. Still just as great as day one even over ten years later. Tip... Invest in the footprint and always use it! A bomber 4 season tent!
    Date published: 2014-03-21
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great All Around Tent I first got this tent for winter camping but find myself using it year round. The inside is huge and most of the time I am sleeping with 6 of us in it (1 adult 5 kids). One issue is some condensation even with the vents open, but with 6 of us that's expected. Its easy to pitch and handles wind really well. The front vestibule is perfect for storing gear and cooking, the rear vesibule could be bigger. I have been using it for a few years now and have had absolutely no issues. Love this tent.
    Date published: 2014-03-29

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