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This 4-season mountaineering shelter offers roomy protection for 2 people in the harshest of backcountry and high-altitude conditions.

  • Features

    • With a durable ripstop Cordura® fly, ripstop nylon body, closable mesh vents and lightweight Mega X stakes, this 2-door / 2-vestibule shelter withstands alpine conditions
    • Doors have 2 closure options: zip up the mesh panels for ventilation or zip up the nylon layers for full protection
    • Fly vents allow for venting in inclement weather; heavy-duty reflective guylines and reflective webbing; stormflaps on vestibule zippers
    • All seams taped with waterproof, solvent-free polyurethane tape (No PVC or VOCs)
    • DAC NSL pole system with Pressfit connectors and lightweight hubs make setup easy
    • Color-coded webbing and poles; DAC H Clip-and-Twist clips attach tent body to pole frame
    • Oversized stakeout loops to be used with skis, ice axe and ski poles; 13 lightweight Mega X stakes can also be buried as deadman anchors
    • 6 interior mesh pockets; gear loft loops fit included loft or Entertainment Center loft, sold separately
    • Footprint sold separately; Fast Fly setup not available


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  • Technical Specs

    Best Use




    Sleeping Capacity


    Minimum Trail Weight

    6 lbs. 3 oz.

    Packaged Weight

    7 pounds

    Packed Size

    6 x 20 inches

    Floor Dimensions

    84 x 54/58/36 (L x W head/foot) inches

    Floor Area

    30.5 square feet

    Vestibule Area

    10 + 3.5 square feet

    Peak Height

    42 inches

    Number of Doors

    2 doors

    Number of Poles


    Pole Material

    Aluminum DAC NSL

    Pole Diameter

    9.6/10.25 millimeters

    Canopy Fabric

    Ripstop nylon/mesh

    Floor Fabric

    Polyurethane-coated ripstop nylon

    Rainfly Fabric

    Polyurethane-coated ripstop Cordura nylon

    Footprint Included


    Design Type


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