The North Face Stormbreak 1 Tent
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The North Face Stormbreak 1 Tent

The North Face Stormbreak 1 Tent is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 34.
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Product Description Item No.   10236475

The North Face Stormbreak 1 Tent is a single person tent for hitting the trails by your lonesome. You won't really be alone, you'll have plenty of animals hanging about in nearby trees or underground tunnels. The Stormbreak 1 pitches easily and provides the shelter you'll need from no-see-um's, mosquitos and weather as you rest up for tomorrow's adventure. The single door opens wide for quick exit and entry and the rain fly provides a single vestibule for storing your pack away from the rain. All that and only two poles to worry about!

FEATURES of The North Face Stormbreak 1 Tent

  • Fully seam-taped canopy and floor
  • Easy-pitch design
  • High-low ventilation

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Floor Fabric: 68D PU Polyester Taffeta
Canopy Fabric: Breathable polyester taffeta, water-resistant finish
Floor Area: 18.13 Square feet
Number of Poles: 2
Tent Fabric: Lightweight polyester taffeta, 1200 mm PU coating
Vestibule Area: 3.04 x 6.04 square feet
Weight: 55 oz
Minimum Trail Weight: 3 lbs, 1.4 oz
Disclaimer: We only ship this brand to US Addresses.
Tent Pole Diameter: 8.5 mm
Features: Vestibule
Sleep Capacity: 1
Seasons: 3-Season
Number of Doors: 1
Best Use: Backpacking, Camping
Rated 5 out of 5 by from North Face, period! Stormbreak 1 does it again with excellent combination of weight and less features with high quality tent. High/low ventilation is perfect without any condensation. I am able to unpack my backpack to bring inside the tent along the wall around my sleeping mat. Not one drop of water in my tent after three days of rain. I am bone dry inside my tent. I am able to lay down or sit up inside my tent (I'm 5'-10" tall). Smooth zipper is my favorite part than all my previous high-end brand tent. The aluminum pole is what you can't beat for the price of this tent. I use my guy lines out and this tent performs well in high wind. I like high fabric around the tub to keep the dust out of the tent.
Date published: 2015-11-03
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Snug. I've used this tent a great deal in the short time I've owned it. As soon as I bought it, all of my friends gave me a hard time for not purchasing a hammock. I get it: There are trees around here. Regardless, this tent is the lightest tent I've come across. The fly has been put to the test multiple times, since it's been pretty rugged this summer when it comes to precipitation. The base of the tent is water-tight, So as long as dew doesn't accumulate on the floor and you set your fly up correctly, you shouldn't have a problem with water leaking in. It's true to its word in its details in that its a one person tent. As long as you have a system set up, you can fit your pack under the fly and keep it dry. One downside to it is that it bakes like an oven if in direct sunlight, so aim to pitch it near brush for the sunrise, if able. Overall, a great tent for space conservation, both in and out of the pack.
Date published: 2014-07-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A Tent That Is Truly A Stormbreaker! The North Face continues to redefine its tents! The Stormbreak I is a great one person tent. The quick pitch feature allows for rain coverage within a minute. The screened tent is outstanding for the BUGS season.,,The total weight at a hair over 3 pounds is reasonable for a 3 1/2 season tent. The Stormbreak I is durable for moderate and gusting winds. Rain is not an issue providing one sets the tent properly. I use this tent in light snow only. DO NOT USE this tent in a blizzard. Generally, and great "almost" 4 season tent.,,Finally, as a veteran outdoors person, I strongly suggest The North Face Stormbreak I Tent as part of one's gear list.
Date published: 2014-11-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Killer personal shelter: Stormbreak 1 I got this as my first solo tent because I couldn't find a better price for a more reputable tent maker. I've been searching for a solo tent for a long time and finally stumbled across this. The other night I picked up the tent and within 24 hours was on the trail to camp at 10k feet near a lake in Utah's Wasatch Front range. The weather was cool and we were expecting snow the following morning. I wanted to get a feel for the tent in a place where I could bail in a reasonable amount of time if things went bad. By 11pm the wind was blowing our fire across the sky and tents were flapping away. When I finally bedded down in this tent I felt very secure. The fly was extremely stable, the tent also. The wind continued through the night without a single complaint from the Stormbreak 1. I was impressed. Then came the storm. Inches of snow were gathering outside. The tent was slightly weighted by it. In the morning I crawled out to 5" of mixed snow and graupel. It is mid-October and thus the beginning of Winter! This is the perfect 3-season solo tent that can take a beating at the extreme ends of spring and fall. Breathable, well vented, no condensation, no water inside, brilliance. Really like that the footprint and fly can make a superlight shelter too.
Date published: 2014-10-13
Rated 4 out of 5 by from This tent rocks!!! I really love this tent. I have only used it once. But it was a torrential downpour, literally. I stayed as dry as could be. The bath tub style floor held back pooling water at the base. It literally rained all night. I couldn't ask for any more than what it did. I cooked in vestibule(had no choice),it was tight but I had room for my pack, which I emptied most of the contents in my tent, just kept the bag in a vestibule with a few other pieces gear. This tent work just as I planned under some pretty trying circumstances. The only negatives I have to add is that the stakes wear cheap metal, and there was no ground cloth. I know this would have boosted the price. All I can say is that it should be described better. So at least you know exactly what your getting. No big deal though overall I am pleased.
Date published: 2015-07-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Perfect Tent! I had the Stormbreak 2 but wanted a lighter option since I don't always share my tent. Naturally I went for the Stormbreak 1. I was not disappointed. Used it this past weekend camping on a beach in Big Sur. Held up nicely to the wind. Stayed very warm. I'll be taking it along with me on a 3 day hike along Lost Coast. Can't wait to use it again!!
Date published: 2015-08-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best Tent Ever! I had the Stormbreak 2 and needed a solo tent. Naturally went for the Stormbreak 1. Glad I did. The North Face did right by this tent. Used it for an overnight right on the beach. Stayed warm, no condensation and kept all the wind out. This tent is legit.
Date published: 2015-08-27
Rated 4 out of 5 by from A nice budget tent I was looking for a light solo backpacking tent and considered this before settling on an MSR Hubba. The package weighed 3 lb 9 oz, a couple ounces off from what the manufacturer claims, but not out of line for a tent of this size and utility. Adding a footprint would bring the total weight to around 4 lbs, still not too bad, but definitely not "light". The two pole design makes for a sturdy tent, and the space is adequate for an average sized solo backpacker and a 65l pack. I went with the Hubba since it offers more space (the floor is a rectangle rather than the narrower at one end Stormbreak), has better quality materials and is lighter (by about 8 oz). It is also about twice the price when new (but I was able to get a nice used one for less than the price of a new Stormbreak).
Date published: 2015-08-14
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are the poles aluminum or fiberglass. and are they shock corded?

Asked by: dougknight
Hiya dougknight, thanks for your question! The poles are made of aluminum and are shock corded. Hope this helps!
Answered by: Alice in Wanderland
Date published: 2017-04-10

length of floor inside of the tent is........?  i am 6'5". is this tent to small for me?   thanks

Asked by: zzzman
Hiya zzzman, thanks for your question! This tent is 87 inches long. It is wider on one side than the other (math folks call it a trapezoid)... so one side measures 34 inches and the other side is 25 inches. It is 34 inches tall. Hope this helps!
Answered by: Alice in Wanderland
Date published: 2017-02-06
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