The Black Diamond Fitzroy Tent is the strongest two-person tent Black Diamond offers and features a four-pole steep-sided design to help maximize headroom. This Black Diamond tent offers four interior mesh pockets to help store and organize mountaineering gear, an area of 36 square feet for capacity of two to three human people, and four-season protection that can be used all year long. Black Diamond tents are designed and crafted for the most ambitious backcountry endeavors, and the Fitzroy is head of the class. Congrats Fitzroy, we speak your name.
FEATURES of the Black Diamond Fitzroy Tent
2-person, 4-pole, steep-sided design with optional vestibule
Double doors with internal mesh panels
Pole-supported door awnings over zippered vents
4 interior mesh pockets
ToddTex single-wall fabric 100% seam taped
Optional ground cloth available
Number of Poles:
Tent Pole Material:
9 x 19 in.
36 Square Feet
Free Standing, Single Wall
Number of Doors:
Camping, Basecamp and Expedition, Mountaineering and Alpine
Rated 5 out of
My lab rates it a four paw tent!This is the Lexus of tents. Not just 'cuz it costs so much, but its durable as all heck. Sheds wind,rain and snow with aplomb. And its built to last forever. Not particularly difficult to set up, and roomy enogh for me, my girflriend, and our yellow lab. Only observation i have about this tent is the same as everyone who owns a Bibler. For the price you pay for this top-of-the-line tent, it should come with the seams already sealed. My advice, pour a glass of wine, set up the tent and just go to it. I sugest using a small brush to help seal the seams as you apply the goo.
Date published: 2007-11-24
Rated 4 out of
great shelter.used this tent two years in a row on Aconcagua polish. weather could not have been more different on each of these trips. spent 5 nights in storms @ 19,400 feet. not a lot of extra room with two climbers, but warm. had 1/2 of frost to remove each morning from inside of tent. tent was the most stable and quiet in high camp. only draw back was the vesitible which is after market only useful in no wind does not seal well & we had to shovel out entry way each morning. i would not use this tent again in a situation where cooking in a vestible was mandatory.
Date published: 2006-02-17
Rated 5 out of
pricy, but worth it.a great backpacking tent, lightweight, with plenty of room for two people, or three very friendly people. i'm 6'2 and there is plenty of length for me and some left over for my boots at the end. would've been nice not to have to seam seal the outside, but is worth the bother. will keep out the rain, but make sure to get out any water you accidentally bring in, such as wet sleeping bags, before you back it back up. easy enough for one to setup, with two it's a breeze. perfect for windy situations.