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Marmot tents

I've owned a Marmot tent for several years and really love how spacious they are. i've been able to fit 3 people into my 2 man tent. the tall walls make use of the entire floor space very well. Marmot makes very high quality products and they also look great at the same time. i initially turned to Marmot because of the bright colors they offer. i prefer to have orange, yellowish tint when the sun shines instead of the darker blues and green. nature has enough of that all around. setting up the tent is also amazingly fast. i've been caught at a beach during a rain storm and got my tent up in a flash. it held against the winds and kept me dry till the next morning. the rain fly has windows and allows plenty of vestibule area. my tent is no longer sold, but they are continuing to make plenty of great things. one that caught my eye is the ultralight 2 person tent EOS 2P. at 3 pounds 14 oz, it is justifiably a 1 man tent if you need it to me. given the choice, i would always go for the lighter tents instead. It has over 25 square ft of floor space, 11 sq ft vestibule, and a single pole design. it can be pitched with just the rainfly (like most tents these days) for minimal weight on nicer days without mosquitoes. It has a mesh roof, perfect for star viewing and ventilation. Winter is coming up and perhaps this is a bit light for some journeys, but unless a true 4 season tent is needed, i would recommend a 3 season tent like this one for all year use. Listed at 259USD. looking forward to the next camp, even though i've barely recovered from the Trailwalker race. [equipbug]
without the Rainfly:
G2791
with the Rainfly:
G2791F
photos courtesy of www.marmot.com

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