The MSR Carbon Reflex 3 is a spacious, free-standing 3-person tent with three season comfort and a removable fly for unhindered star-gazing. Ample room to comfortably sleep three (even by ridiculous backcountry standards), it is light enough to split between two people if you want more wiggle room. Or two people and a dog. There's room for the dog inside the tent or kick him out into one of the large vestibules. If you are sharing the load with others, try to be the person that carries the ultralight MSR® Custom Carbon 6.3 tent poles, which weight 30% less than aluminum.
FEATURES of the MSR Carbon Reflex 3 Person Tent
Free Standing: Third pole creates a fully self-supporting structure
Storage and Access: Two full vestibules and large doors provide easy access to gear
20 square feet
40D ripstop nylon
20D ripstop nylon 1000 mm durashield
Number of Poles:
Tent Pole Material:
We only ship this brand to US Addresses.
Minimum Trail Weight:
4 lbs, 5 oz
20 x 7 in.
20D ripstop nylon
41.5 square feet
Double Wall, Free Standing, Vestibule, Ultralight
Backpacking, Ultralight Backpacking, Camping
Number of Doors:
Rated 5 out of
Spacious & LightweightUsing it with another person for plenty of room on the interior. Not much room after using with 2 cots inside. Fast setup
Date published: 2015-05-31
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Does this have a tarp bottom? Does it come with a footprint?
Asked by: Chloe
Howdy! The MSR Carbon Reflex 3 Person Tent does not come with a footprint - it is sold separately. If you search for "MSR Carbon Reflex 3 Footprint" you can find it available on Moosejaw.com. Most tents today do not come with something to cover the inside part of the tent's floor. If you have a dog with sharp nails or something like that and you're worried about the inner part of the tent's floor being torn, you could use any sort of tarp, canvas, or even a blanket to provide extra protection. If you have a really cute dog you can send pictures addressed to "Galactus."