Trango 4 Person Camping Tent
- Fully taped fly, taped bathtub floor construction, welded corners & guy clip anchors
- Rain room tested
- Guy out line
- Line tensioners
|Mountain Hardwear Trango 4 Person Camping Tent - The Trango 4 Person Camping Tent by Mountain Hardwear has been a standard for winter mountaineering for over a decade. Built incredibly strong and engineered for the toughest high alpine conditions, the Trango is an extremely refined shelter. Featuring DAC Featherlight NSL poles, Trango tents excel in the toughest conditions. Poled vestibules offer additional room front and rear and water tight construction is guaranteed. If you would like a superlight option just pitch with fly and Pitch Light footprint to shave pounds. Footprint sold separately. For a strong, sturdy shelter built to withstand harsh conditions, you will love the Trango 4 Camping Tent by Mountain Hardwear.
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"If you need a tent that can stand up to winter winds and snow weight at a reasonable price, look no further. I have slept inside this thing every night for a year straight, even through a winter storm that blew down trees and the tent had no problem. Can fit a queen size air mattress with room for a Coleman black cat heater. This tent renews my faith in capitalism."
"Solid expedition tent. Just absolutely gets the job done in any environment and is totally bomber. Although its heavy and you probably wouldn't want to use it on alpine routes where light is fast and fast is safe it is a great expedition tent. would be well suited for use as an expedition base camp tent"
"This tent has its pros and cons. I bought few months ago and have used four nights on snow (in fairly warm conditions)It is a 'real' four person tent, where you can sleep comfortably with four adults. it is pretty lightweight for this (although probably per-person the same weight as two good two person tents - but cheaper). It had a fair bit of condensation, but easy to ventilate. Great vestibule where you can really sit and prepare before going out.It didn't hold the snow that well - definitely losing shape with a few inches fall (not shedding well). The major problem I see with it is set-up. Once it's up it may withstand a storm (although we didn't test this), but it is very tricky to set up in wind. LOTS of clips required for both tent and fly (I would always in future go for pole sleeves, not clips). I have serious doubts you could actually do it in a substantial wind.The other serious issue is how strong it is. After our third night I noticed the fly already had two small (1/2 inch) rips - which seemed to be right over where the clips created bulges in it. Not great for a [$]tent.So, a (relatively) cheap, (relatively) lightweight solution, but may or may not stand up to serious 'four season' conditions."
Mountain Hardwear Trango 4 Tent For Camping
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