The North Face Mountain 25 Tent with Footprint

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Offering extreme durability and high-mountain protection for 2 in a light package, The North Face Mountain 25 tent features a tough canopy and fully-taped, cut-in bucket floor for structural strength.

  • Features

    • Glow-in-the-dark, color-coded zipper pulls, dual doors and poled, dual-entry front vestibule make it easy to enter and exit, day or night
    • A combination of pole sleeves and clips maximizes strength and ease of pitch; high-strength, reflective guylines with equalizers at multiple attachment points add stability
    • DAC aluminum poles and stakes deliver a high strength-to-weight ratio; also includes 4 snow stakes
    • Nylon fly features welded reinforcements and a polyurethane port window that's cold-crack tested to -60°F/-51°C
    • High-low venting with multiple venting options throughout the tent structure
    • Plentiful internal hanger loops and 8 interior pockets organize small essentials; stuff pockets quickly stow tent doors out of the way when open


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  • Technical Specs

    Best Use




    Sleeping Capacity


    Minimum Trail Weight

    8 lbs. 13 oz.

    Fly / Footprint Pitch Weight


    Packaged Weight

    9 lbs. 13 oz.

    Packed Size

    24 x 7 inches

    Floor Dimensions

    86 x 54 inches

    Floor Area

    32.3 square feet

    Vestibule Area

    Front: 8 square feet; rear: 3 square feet

    Peak Height

    41 inches

    Number of Doors

    2 doors

    Number of Poles


    Pole Material

    DAC aluminum

    Pole Diameter


    Canopy Fabric

    40-denier uncoated ripstop nylon

    Floor Fabric

    70-denier nylon with 10,000mm polyurethane coating

    Rainfly Fabric

    40-denier nylon with 1,500mm polyurethane/silicone coating

    Footprint Included


    Design Type


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