The North Face Kaiju 4 Tent is a family tent for three season camping. The Kaiju pitches easily with three poles and a combination of sleeves and clips to provide strength, creating a large, single room that sleeps four with room to stand. A doormat reminds the group to leave shoes outside, keeping the inside (mostly) dirt-free. The mesh on the inner tent allows plenty of ventilation and even a little star gazing on clear nights with a full-length rainfly for foul weather. Inside you'll find plenty of pockets for organization and hanger loops for the lantern.
FEATURES of The North Face Kaiju 4 Tent
Interior stand-up height
Easy-pitch, three-pole design
Convertible sunshade front vestibule
Interior hanger loops
Minimum Trail Weight:
10 lbs, 10.4 oz
We only ship this brand to US Addresses.
58.06 Square feet
Number of Poles:
86.67 square feet
150D Polyester, 1500 mm PU coating
Number of Doors:
Rated 5 out of
Great car camping tent with a minor fixable design flaw.The tent is easy to erect but requires two people due to the sheer size of it. The poles are well made and fit is perfect. No issues with the poles at all. ,,,,The tent is very large and well made. There is over 6" of head room in the tent and vestibule. Sweet. Lots of pockets and the zippers work very well. The vestibule zippers because of the flap require a little technique but w had no problems.,,,,We had lots of rain and wind. The tent was 100% dry inside. There is a pooling issue with the top of the tent. I followed North Face's advice and put a noodle in there (3") and it eliminated 90% of the pooling. I will use a bigger noodle say 6" in diameter and that should totally eliminate the problem. I will also put some extra coating on that area of the fly. Pooling problem is minor and fixable.,,,,My Harley fits inside the garage of the tent. The tent is AWESOME. I highly recommend it. Love the vents and doorways. Oh we used a 5/8" foam roll on the floor and that was great.
Date published: 2015-05-23
Rated 5 out of
Great tent!After two Cub Scout campouts with my four season mountaineering tent, I decided to move to a car camping tent with a lot of ventilation (since we do our camping in Oklahoma). My son and I took this tent on a three night campout in June in SW Oklahoma and the tent worked great. The weather was nice enough we didn't have to use the fly and the mesh was great and allowed the tent to stay cool (given it was pretty hot during the day) and provided some nice nighttime views. The tent was easy enough to set up (I had only set it up twice in the house before they trip). It had enough room for my son and I to each have a cot to sleep on and have a storage container as a table. It was nice to have a tent that I could stand up in (I am 5'-8"). I am looking forward to more trips with the tent. I love this tent!