North Face Tents"
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…
- Brianne, 05/23/15
In terms of a tent I'm willing to take backpacking, I generally prioritize set up ease over weight or bulkiness - and this tent is a good compromise. It's a little bulky in my…
- Austin, 04/06/14
The VE 25 is the premier expedition quality tent whether on Aconcagua, Denali or any of the other 7 summits. Yeah, it's a bit heavy, but there's no better tent when the winds…
- sunondo, 05/20/11
I have enjoyed using this tent. I have used it in temps well below freezing and in high winds. It has preformed well in these condition as well as conditions in spring, summ…
- Kevin, 03/12/14
I have used this tent multiple times. This tent stood up to sustained rain and wind while camping at Wildcat Mountain State Park. The tent did let in some splash back during t…
- Michael, 04/28/14
There are lighter big tents. There are cheaper big tents. There are almost no better big tents. TNF 2-meter is a fully flyed group expedition shelter with smokestack and multi…
- JOSH, 03/30/10
I got this tent last minute the day before a backpacking trip because I'm really good at procrastinating. The selling points to me- it was 2 person (found out the hard way tha…
- Samantha, 04/11/14
This tent is awesome. I use it when backpacking with my girlfriend and my dog. It comes with a footprint which is a great selling point for me. The external frame allows you t…
- Brendan, 03/02/15
I like this tent because of the very easy set up and its size (plenty of room); the only down side - condensation (as always) this tent does not have very good ventilation so…
- yanka, 10/01/11
I have used this tent in the Sierra, the Blue Ridge, on Rainier, in Banff, CO, etc. The only thing that has gone wrong with the tent in the 11 years I have been using it is t…
- W Taylor, 11/02/13
I went backpacking with this tent with my girlfriend for 5 days. Held up nicely in rain and strong winds on the Appalachian Trail through the Smokies! On clear nights you can…
- Alex, 09/11/14
North Face quality. Fits the Kaiju 6 like a glove. Removes any worries about a thicker floor on the K6. I wish it cost a little less but you have to pay for quality.…
- Brianne, 04/26/15
This tent footprint is a good addition to a nice tent. It obviously add extra weight especially with the size tent it is for. It isolates the bottom of the tent floor from g…
- Carlos, 07/16/14
I bought The North Face J-Stake's to go with my Northface Tadpole 23 tent. The stakes are very lightweight and durable.
I have used these stakes in soft terrain, hard terr…
- Brandon, 09/22/13
About The North Face Tents and Bivy Sacks:
So, if you haven't heard, The North Face makes some pretty sweet tents. It doesn't matter what sort of activity you're doing, The North Face will have some sort of shelter for you. They make lightweight tents and bivy sacks for you intense thru hikers. There's tents with plenty of space to move around and stuff with some of The North Face car camping tents. If you're hanging out for a few weeks at a Basecamp, The North Face even makes a tent for that too. I think it's supposed to sleep like 8 people. They're so big, we decided to have a party in one. We figured there would be enough room for 30 people while still allowing for ample break dancing room. Three people showed up.
The North Face also makes tents for you year-round campers. Of course, there are a ton of three season tents. That means tents for Spring, Summer, and Fall. The really cool ones are those four-season tents, which are perfect for those colder, more wintery months. Winter camping is great for cuddling, if you know what I mean.
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