Exped - Orion II Extreme - 2-person tent

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Attributes & features
Design:
Gable tunnel tent
Recommended use:
Expeditions
Number of people:
2
Fly:
Silicone ripstop nylon (100% nylon + silicone coating)
Body:
Ripstop nylon (100% nylon) + No-see-um-mesh (100% polyester)
Floor:
Taffeta nylon (100% nylon), water column: 10,000 mm
Pole system:
9 mm DAC Featherlite NSL pole system
Entrances:
2 large openings (weatherproof)
Vestibules:
2
Tent dimensions (inner):
125 x 215 x 130 cm (L x W x H)
Tent dimensions (outer):
315 x 230 x 140 cm (L x W x H)
Packed dimensions:
42 x 16 cm
Weight:
2.85 kg (min.)/ 3.3 kg (max.), pole system + fly: 2 kg
Extras:
glow in the dark zips, taped corner seams (bathtub floor)
Item No.:
520-0140
Product description
Tunnel tent in a freestanding design
> generous canopy height
> long ridge pole for storm stability
> steep side walls for space
> durable, tear resistant fly fabric
> internal pole sleeves and external flat pole sleeve
> ventilation, higher entry
Material
Rainfly 40 D ripstop nylon, silicone coated
Canopy 30 D ripstop nylon, 15 D No-See-Um mosquito mesh
Floor 70 D taffeta nylon (10’000 mm water column)
Poles DAC Featherlite NSL 9 mm TH72M
Dimensions 215 × 125 × 125 cm
Canopy area 2.70 m2
Vestibule area 2.30 m2
Min. Weight 2.85 kg
Max. Weight 3.25 kg
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Top Zelt...

Top Zelt. Der Aufbau ist anfangs nicht ganz einfach, insbesondere das Abspannen. Auch im Sturm hat man seine Probleme. Dafür bleibt das Zelt aber dann auch stehen, egal was draussen passiert. Hatten das Zelt mittlerweile sowohl im Schnee, Regen und Sturm (Patagonien & Island) als auch in der Wüste (Atacama) im Einsatz und nie ernsthafte Probleme. Allerdings sollte man die Nähte nachdichten.

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