Mountainsmith Morrison EVO 4 Tent with Footprint

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Offering spacious headroom and 4-person capacity, the 3-season Mountainsmith Morrison EVO 4 tent comes with a footprint. You can also set it up with just the fly and footprint for a great sun shelter.

  • Features

    • 3-pole freestanding design uses a brow pole for increased interior headroom
    • 2 doors and 2 vestibules make it easy to share your tent with other campers
    • No-see-um mesh wall panels and fly ventilation windows ensure good airflow
    • Interior mesh storage pockets; detachable ceiling loft pocket
    • Bathtub floor construction and taped floor seams prevent leaks
    • Clip-pole attachment saves weight and improves breathability
    • Reflective guylines with tension-lock cord adjustment; reflective cord highlights on all stake-out points
    • Fast-fly setup: use the footprint, fly and poles for a lightweight setup that lets you leave the tent body behind

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  • Technical Specs

    Best Use

    Backpacking

    Seasons

    3-season

    Sleeping Capacity

    4-person

    Minimum Trail Weight

    7 lbs. 1 oz.

    Fly / Footprint Pitch Weight

    5 lbs. 5 oz.

    Packaged Weight

    8 lbs. 6 oz.

    Packed Size

    9 x 20 inches

    Floor Dimensions

    95 x 84 inches

    Floor Area

    56 square feet

    Vestibule Area

    11 + 11 square feet

    Peak Height

    51 inches

    Number of Doors

    2 doors

    Number of Poles

    3

    Pole Material

    7000-series aluminum

    Pole Diameter

    8.5 millimeters

    Canopy Fabric

    68-denier x 185T polyester

    Floor Fabric

    68-denier x 190T polyester with a 5,000 mm polyurethane coating

    Rainfly Fabric

    68-denier x 185T polyester with a 2,000 mm polyurethane coating

    Footprint Included

    Yes

    Design Type

    Freestanding

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