The North Face Kaiju 6 Tent
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The North Face Kaiju 6 Tent

The North Face Kaiju 6 Tent is rated 3.8 out of 5 by 32.
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Product Description Item No.   10302684

The North Face Kaiju 6 Tent is a monster of a tent for family camping. This spacious tent sleeps up to 6, so pile the kids into the car and head to the campground. With three doors to choose from, each person can come and go as they please, the front doors even have a shoe mat! Vented with mesh to keep hot summer nights nice and cool, yet plenty of canopy fabric to provide some privacy. Throw on the fly in the event of rain, or convert the front vestibule into a sunshade and kick back with a cold beverage. When it's time to settle down for the evening, throw a tablet in the mesh pocket for a family movie before snoozing 'til morning.

FEATURES of the The North Face Kaiju 6 Tent

  • 80" interior stand-up height
  • 10+ pockets including tablet pocket
  • Internal hanger loops
  • Foot wiper, two vestibules, fly pole and easy pitch 3+1 design
  • Roll-up fly ventilation option

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Floor Fabric: 150D PU Polyester
Tent Pole Diameter: 13 mm
Disclaimer: We only ship this brand to US Addresses.
Canopy Fabric: 68D polyester
Floor Area: 56.67 Square feet
Floor Dimensions: 120 x 104 in.
Minimum Trail Weight: 16 lbs 11 oz
Peak Height: 80 in.
Rainfly Fabric: 68D Polyester, 1200 mm PU coating
Tent Fabric: Polyester
Vestibule Area: 58 + 15 square feet
Weight: 306.6 oz
Number of Poles: 3
Packed Dimensions: 10 x 32 in.
Tent Pole Material: Aluminum
Features: Free Standing, Vestibule, Fast Pitch
Best Use: Car Camping
Sleep Capacity: 6
Seasons: 3-Season
Number of Doors: 3
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Really Great Car Camping Tent (2 Yrs of Use) We have had the Kaiju-6 for a couple of years now and we take it into the PA Mountains to camp. We don't backpack. We throw it in our Dodge RAM with a big Noah Tarp and Camp Chef Explorer Stove.. So we are comfort campers. Two women set the tent up in 15 mins or so with NO PROBLEMS EVER. We put two foam noodles between the fly and the top screened area and we have NEVER had any leaks. It holds a big Queen size air mattress with plenty of room to spare. The vestibule can hold lots of gear AND a Harley Dyna Wide Glide. You can exit the back or the front and there are plenty of pockets for little trinkets. We have a half dozen tents collected over the years... good tents. This is our favorite hands down. It has stood up to 45 MPH winds, a week of constant rain and critters poking around it. I would instantly buy this tent again if it were stolen or destroyed. And the poles??? They are working as designed after two years and numerous outings with the tent. I suspect people abuse the poles and then complain about them. Care for the tent and its components and it will care for you.
Date published: 2017-06-22
Rated 3 out of 5 by from jury is out I was so excited about this tent and it was great and easy to set up, except for the fly set up which is not intuitive at all, until the 4th trip and all of a sudden one of the orange poles is bent. One section is at 90 degrees and we don't know why. I like the tent and trust NF to produce quality products that last a long time, but still need poles that don't randomly bend.
Date published: 2017-04-30
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good car camping tent Overall tent is very good. You have to stake it well in windy conditions like near a lake or ocean. The best case is weather is clear and you do not need the fly. The front porch is great, and salvaged dinner in a rainy night. We have not had issues with rain. Because tent is tall, the wind can be noisy. Generally best to have 2 people set up, but 1 can do it alone taking a few minutes longer.
Date published: 2017-04-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best tent I have ever owned Bought this tent for a family camp trip. The vestibule this is why you buy the tent. Was able to keep gear and bags dry and out of the tent. For my wife kid and I a little big but so glad we got it. The back vestibule is big enough for a portable toilet for the ladies. It made it thru a nice little storm. It was easy to set up only took about 10 min. You will not regret this purchase
Date published: 2017-03-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best Car-Camping tent I've owned! I've worked in several small high-end gear shops for almost 16 years and in that time, have owned probably two dozen tents, ranging from 1P-6P in size. This is the 5th or 6th large car-camping style tent I've used and without a doubt the best one! I have had other similar tents from Kelty, Sierra Designs, Marmot and Mountain Hardwear. The vestibule is AWESOME! Great place to get in out of the elements and clean our dogs off before jumping into the actual tent. It's like a bedroom with a front porch! There's also enough room in the vestibule to sit on a couple of chairs if it's raining out. The storage pockets in the front in between the two doors is a great spot to put gear, additional perimeter pockets are useful when lying on our cots at night. Setup is easy for two and certainly manageable for one, the pole sleeves are color-coded to aid in this. We've spent a couple of nights out in the rain and thus far, everything seems water tight! The pole-bending issue I've read about isn't an issue at all. With large diameter poles that are that long, they're bound to get a little mis-shaped, but once they bend like this initially, they will be done bending. Because both of the those sleeves are the same arc, the bend will always end up where it needs to be. Ventilation is good, especially considering all the mesh on the front doors looking out into the vestibule. Yes, a breeze can come in under and fly if it's windy out, but more often than not, this is a welcome breeze and keeps any condensation to a minimum. After seeing ours, my brother has purchased this tent, and now another friend is getting one. Choose this tent if you want a ton of livable space with quality fabrics and a good warranty. We look forward to many more nights in it!
Date published: 2017-03-05
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Pole bent We used this tent one time and the poles bent. We weren't under any harsh weather conditions either. We will be contacting the company, and if they provide us with replacement poles I will post a review with higher stars.
Date published: 2017-01-30
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Design Flaw This is a follow up to my earlier review where I had set up the tent but hadn't been actually camping in it. Last summer our family of four spent fifteen nights in this tent at various campgrounds and discovered something alarming. Something is wrong with the design of this tent. Two of our poles bent and one snapped. I have owned many tents from cheap Canadian Tire tents to various MEC tents and I have never felt like I had to push so hard on poles to get them into place. North Face Canada was nice enough to send two replacement poles at no charge and those bent after one night of normal use. The rep tried to suggest that poles bending to conform to the tent was normal. Uhh not in my books. The bottom line is there's a something wrong with the design of this tent and unless another TNF tent had a lot of favourable reviews and no mention of any problems I will be looking elsewhere in the future. A good alternative would be the Big Agnes Tensleep 6. Also the "door mat" is a dumb add on. Campsites are generally dirt and people going in and out of the tent causes the mat to get really dirty. Will probably just tuck it under the tent. Hopefully this tent lasts a few more seasons but I'm not optimistic.
Date published: 2017-01-20
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Open screen to vestubule Set up was easy for one person. I had to return this tent because of too much wind coming into tent from under vestibule area INTO the tent as the door on the front, facing vestibule has NO coverage, only mesh. It is open to vestibule and if you want privacy, you will have to leave your tent, get out, zip down the vestibule area to the outside. Any and all cold/wind coming right into this tent.
Date published: 2016-09-28
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Does the vestibule have a floor in the North Face Kaiju 6 tent?

Asked by: Ragnar
Hey there! Thanks for reaching out to us! This is one of the coolest tents we carry, and I'm always geeked to answer anything about it! The only floor that this will have in the vestibule will be the small mat that leads to the entrance. Apart from that, there will be no floor. Most tent vestibules do not have a floor, as the vestibule serves as a place to take off boots, muddy jackets, packs, etc. Hope this helps you out! Hugsies!
Answered by: Rocko Gigsby
Date published: 2016-11-26
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