Marmot Thor 2P Tent

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Designed for chilly winter missions and lengthy alpine stays, the Marmot Thor 2P tent is a 4-season shelter with a roomy interior that offers an ideal amount of space for you and a trekking partner.

  • Features

    • Internal guyline system boosts structural integrity in high winds and under heavy snow conditions
    • Seam-taped, full-coverage rainfly has a spacious vestibule and 2 vents; poled vestibule adds extra volume for stashing gear, cooking or lacing boots
    • 2 D-shaped doors with jingle-free nylon zipper pulls offer easy access for multiple occupants
    • Marmot Knees pole system creates near-vertical walls for additional usable space
    • Seam-taped catenary cut floor provides a tight pitch and a generous interior
    • Tent can be pitched in a Bare Bones Setup, using just the rainfly, poles and footprint (sold separately) for a lightweight, minimalist shelter


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  • Technical Specs

    Best Use




    Sleeping Capacity


    Minimum Trail Weight

    9 lbs. 5 oz.

    Packaged Weight

    10 lbs. 7 oz.

    Packed Size

    8 x 20 inches

    Floor Dimensions

    87 x 69 inches

    Floor Area

    38 square feet

    Vestibule Area

    10 square feet

    Peak Height

    44 inches

    Number of Doors

    2 doors

    Number of Poles


    Pole Material

    DAC Featherlite NSL

    Pole Diameter

    9 millimeters

    Canopy Fabric

    20-denier nylon No-See-Um mesh/40-denier ripstop nylon

    Floor Fabric

    70-denier nylon

    Rainfly Fabric

    50-denier polyester ripstop

    Footprint Included


    Design Type


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