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MSR Fury 2 Tent

The MSR Fury 2-person mountaineering tent offers unmatched double-wall strength and reliability. Its small footprint allows it to be pitched with minimal platform prep on steep slopes and ridges.
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  • Large, hooped front vestibule offers generous space to store gear, thereby maximizing interior living space
  • Large rear window keeps weight down while allowing cross ventilation
  • Superstrong advanced geometry and reinforced guyout points provide security in the worst conditions
  • New color-coded pole clips make setting up in windy conditions easier than ever; they also allow ventilation between rainfly and canopy
  • DuraShield™-coated fabrics are durable and waterproof; taped bathtub floor
  • 4 internal pockets
  • Multiple reflective guyout points increase the visibility of the MSR Fury 2 in the dark

MSR Fury 2 Tent

Specification Description
Best use Mountaineering
Seasons 4-season
Sleeping capacity 2-person
Minimum trail weight 6 lbs. 2 oz.
Minimum trail weight - metric 2.78 kilograms
Fly / footprint pitch weight No applicable
Packaged weight 7 pounds
Packed size 7 x 20 inches
Floor dimensions 94 x 62 inches
Floor dimensions - metric 240 x 150 centimeters
Floor area 36 square feet
Vestibule area 9 square feet
Peak height 45 inches
Peak height - metric 114 centimeters
Number of doors 1 door
Number of poles 4
Pole material DAC aluminum
Pole diameter 9 millimeters
Canopy fabric Ripstop nylon
Floor fabric Coated nylon taffeta
Rainfly fabric Coated ripstop nylon
Design type Freestanding

MSR Fury 2 Tent

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Rated 4.6/5 based on 5 reviews
Rated 3out of5
by fromReplacement Tent - Jury Still Out I was a little reluctant to write this reveiw. I decide to do it just to get things started and will write a follow up reveiw at a later date. The Fury was a warranty replacement for a MSR Asgard, which is discontinued. The Asgard is a hard act to follow... had great experiences with the Asgard, but then this reveiw is about the Fury. First of all let me say that we have just received the tent. We have only set it up and we have not used this tent in the field yet and this is an initial assessment. MSR has great customer service. They stand behind their products... this would be one very good reason to purchase the Fury. We found setting up the tent not to be intuitive... you know open it up and put it together, because it makes sense. On the other hand with a few prompts from the instructions... it was easy enough to set up and will be now, since we are familiar the procedure. We like having two doors for a snow camping tent... the Fury only has one. It seems rather small to us... I am 5' 7", 170 lbs and my wife is 5' 2", 105 lbs. We will see what we think once we have it in the field. The interior feels very roomy, plenty of pocket space and a great loft for putting in a head lamp for interior lighting. We like how we can access the rear vent through the small zipper in rear mesh window. I like how the vestibule is hooped and creates more head space for foul weather cooking. Attention to detail and craftmanship seems par with other MSR Tents and products we have owned in the past and still own. I am concerned about the velcro loops that attach the fly to the poles... my wife and I both had a very difficult time seperating the velcro to open up the loops so that we could attach the fly to the poles... I am talking about a very difficult time and in a controlled environment. It must be good velcro and that is a good thing. No way can I do this task with gloves on and it will be challenging with cold fingers... again looking forward to the field test. I am concerned about large unsupported panels of the tent... how will they be in windy conditions?(field test) I think that a good 4 season/mountaineering tent is better with pole sleeves instead of hook attachments... but I hear that the hooks do just fine... again looking forward to the field test. This is lightweight tent... relatively speaking... We have other tents we use for backpacking and we usually hike with 20 to 25 lb packs. Snow camping I pull a sled... so the weight is not so much an issue. However at about 6.5 lbs... I would consider packing this tent on some of our late summer to late fall trips into the Olympics and Three Sisters Wilderness area. Especially to please my wife... she loves to stay warm. This Fury will replace the Asgard... it's main purpose is winter camping. With the Asgard, the weight of it prohibited even a thought of wanting to carry it for late summer to late fall backpacking trips. I am thinking that for this reason the Fury will be more versitile. I hope that the Fury will find it's way into our gearhead hearts and we will be happy with this tent. Right now I only give it 3 stars... the Asgard hooked me with it's intial set up... the Fury did not. I will let you know as the Pacific NW succumbs to winter and snow falls whether or not it will stay in our tent quiver. Look out Crater Lake...
Date published: 2013-10-08
Rated 5out of5
by fromGreat cold weather tent!! this tent is amazing. Camped out in it the other night, it was windy and snowy, i couldnt feel anything even with the door open about 4 inchs, fly works great.
Date published: 2013-01-17
Rated 5out of5
by fromI love it !!! I love this tent. I have the original Fury since 2006 and it is a great source of tranquility, due the mere fact to know that no matter what or how extreme the weather could be I will be safe, comfortable and dry. I understand the guy who complains about the hooks but if we talk about comparing the two versions believe me, the original fury is really (unnecessarily?) difficult to set up, so you can give a try to the new model. Even if it is a little bit less sturdy it can support really heavy storms. A great advantage of the design is that the tent only without the rainfly is completely waterproof (the mesh is lateral, not in the ceiling), so if the rainfly is compromised, you'll stay dry during that trip.
Date published: 2012-10-31
Rated 5out of5
by fromExactly what I needed I was looking for a 4 season tent to use primarily for myself. I wanted light weight and a vestibule for cooking with a liquid fuel stove. This tent fits the bill perfectly. Two people could fit in this tent if needed but I like to use if for just myself and my gear. The first night I took it out (Split Rock State Park in Northern MN), the temps were down to -5F and 50mph winds were predicted. Setup was very easy even with gloves on. I didn't need to remove my gloves (liner gloves) for any of the setup. I got quite a bit of frozen condensation on the inside but I don't think I had the tent vented properly. The 2nd night, I opened both vents fully and there was not a drop of condensation the next morning. The included gear loft is nice and there are plenty of side pockets to keep gear organized. The predicted 50mph gusts never materialized so I can't comment on the strength but the tent seems very solid. I was able to get both the fly and tent body into a small compression sack and compressed it down to about the size of a football. I can pretty much get it down to the same size as my REI Halfdome 3 season tent! That left a lot of room in the pack for the rest of my winter gear. I did not have the footprint, however. If you are bunking with a partner, the single entry/single vestibule might be a pain but for solo use, this tent is awesome.
Date published: 2011-02-22
Rated 5out of5
by fromFinally found my tent! After a long search and trying out lots of what REI offers in tents, I finally found the tent I will keep forever. I also feel the need to help this tent's rating go up, because it's a great tent and the 1 star review below is based on zero experience with the tent, apparently. (Plus, if you set up the tent properly and guy it out, force is taken in the poles, fly and guy lines, not the tent body. The sleeve vs clips argument becomes irrrelevant.) After using 4 season tents for years and I went through a little phase of trying out lightweight backpacking tents. The only thing they get right tends to be weight, everything else fails. So I accepted that I would carry a couple extra pounds and picked up this tent, which is in reality only 1-2 pounds heavier than most 3 season tents. This is probably the lightest 2 person double wall 4 season tent out there. I used to carry a trango 2 and that was just huge and heavy compared to this thing. The extra weight is really the only downside but I feel it's negligible especially considering the protection compared to, say, the quarterdome. Set up is very fast, zippers are burly and smooth, and this thing is absolutely waterproof. Vents very well too. I actually like the floor design, me and my girl don't mind being close together, and it's wide enough in the center that we can keep a pack on either side and still have enough room to sleep down the middle. (The vestibule isn't really big enough for a pack.) We are skinny though so that helps. I basically do high altitude camping in the rockies and desert camping in the southwest. This thing is perfect for both. We just had it in a gnarly storm right about at tree line, complete with hail, dumping rain and 30 mph wind. I didn't guy the thing out in this and it handled it fine. Absolutely dry, and no condensation. It does help to know where the weather is coming from so you can utilize the fly vent. As for the desert end of things, we haven't got it down there yet but we will this fall. The main plus for that is the ability to completely seal the tent up from blowing dust and sand. Usually if the weather is nice down there we just sleep outside anyway, the tent is more of an emergency thing. Conclusion: light, strong, and a nice layout. Heck, everything else I own is MSR and indestructible, why not a tent from them as well? I seem to have chosen wisely.
Date published: 2012-07-29

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