Slightly heavier than the Venus II Extreme Tent, Exped's Venus II Tent is a weather-resistant, 4-season tent for damp backpacking and stormy climbing conditions. Color-coded sleeves, poles and zippers make this near-freestanding shelter easy to set up, even if your hiking companion is new to the novelty of pitching a tent. Dual doors and vestibules make it easy to sort out your gear and tweak equipment completely out of the rain, sleet or snow. The opposing openings also accentuate airflow to minimize condensation while keeping plenty of airspace between the fly and canopy. Exped's Venus II Tent also has a gear loft that fits inside one vestibule so you can dry damp gear or hang travel towels out of the rain. If you need the weight savings of 100 grams and would like a silicone-coated rainfly for the soggiest situations, check out the Exped Venus II Extreme.
Key Features of the Exped Venus II Tent:
Ripstop polyester canopy with a UV-resistant finish and fire retardant treatment