The North Face Triarch 1 Tent - Moosejaw
The North Face Triarch 1 Tent
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The North Face Triarch 1 Tent

The North Face Triarch 1 Tent is rated 3.1 out of 5 by 11.
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Product Description Item No.   10269430

The North Face Triarch 1 Tent is a freestanding shelter for backpacking solo. There is only one door and just one vestibule, but it has enough space to lay down and sit up as you settle in at night or wake in the morning. The vestibule shields your gear when the rain is falling and provides a bit of dry entry space as you scramble into the tent. The mesh tent upper is colorblocked, so on camps when it is warm and dry, you're still provided with a bit of privacy. A few extras are included with this one-person-wonder, a gear loft and footprint, so you don't have to worry about laying on your glasses or ruining your tent floor.

FEATURES of The North Face Triarch 1 Tent

  • Lightweight, freestanding architecture
  • Single-door side entry
  • Vaulted head and foot box for maximum space
  • Vertical side walls and dry entry
  • Multiple mesh colors provide a little privacy without any extra weight
  • Multiple fly configurations so you can tune breathability
  • Ample tabs for hanging headlamps, drying lines or gear lofts
  • DAC poles and stakes provide an unparalleled strength-to-weight ratio
  • Gear loft and footprint included

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Features: Ultralight, Free Standing, Double Wall, Vestibule, Footprint Included, Gear Loft Included
Best Use: Backpacking, Ultralight Backpacking
Weight: 39 oz
Sleep Capacity: 1
Seasons: 3-Season
Number of Doors: 1
Ultralight: Yes
Disclaimer: We only ship this brand to US Addresses.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Really like this tent I'm not sure why so many people are hating on this tent. For me it really strikes the balance between weight, cost and comfort. The main selling point for me was how roomy this tent is. The steep walls and vaulted head and foot area really eliminates the feeling of claustrophobia that many 1P tents have. I originally tried the Nemo Hornet 1P and while I loved the weight and packed size I found that the sloping ceiling, non-freestanding design and delicate fabric just wasn't for me. I decided I was willing to sacrifice a few extra ounces for ease of setup and to feel more comfortable. The tent body and fly materials on the Triach are a bit more rugged than your typical ultralight that I think will withstand the test of time and rocky terrain of New England better. Also the price point for a tent at this weight is very reasonable especially considering it includes the footprint. I too had concerns about rain splashing in at the corners as mentioned by previous reviewers. This is an issue with my older generation MSR Hubba Hubba which is mostly mesh with low bathtub walls and rain splashes in during a moderate/heavy rain. So far I've used this tent in prolonged moderate rain and thunderstorms multiple times and didn't have any issues. I have a few small things that I would like to see changed with the tent that really are nit pick items. The vent on the vestibule is permanently open and doesn't have the typical pole/velcro feature so there's no way to close it. My gear stayed dry in the vestible during rain but it would be nice to have the option to close it. I find 2nd small vestible nice but rather useless since it's inaccessible from the inside. A small zippered opening would make it useful for stashing small items. Lastly, the small crossbar pole at the top is not connected to the main pole assembly and I'm always worried I'm going to leave it behind by mistake. All in all I think this is a great tent and I look forward to many more adventures with it.
Date published: 2018-03-19
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Good but could be great This tent has the potential to be great it is very roomy, comfortable and easy to setup and well built (quality of materials). My only issues are the fly being too short and the mesh goes down too low. This combination allows strong winds to pass under the fly and right through the tent giving you sudden chills in the middle of the night when the wind blows across your body. I also worry about a strong rain splashing into the tent since I mostly camp of Georgian Bay rock. One advantage is you can lie in bed and look across the camp by looking through the mesh and under the fly. While I like the tent I wouldn't recommend it as a tent that can withstand bad weather and torrential rain so I couldn't recommend it as a tent for long expeditions or as your only tent option.
Date published: 2017-08-01
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Useless in Rain Because of the design, the rain fly does not stretch all the way to the ground. I was informed this was for ventilation purposes. I noticed other reviews stated that the rain would splash up under the rain fly and then splash into the tent. This exact situation happened to me in a mild rain storm. The entire top of the tent is mesh, the tub only goes up about six inches, so there is no interior protection from water except for the tub. I agree with the other reviews, this is a design flaw. The tent was set up correctly, you really can't mess up the set up. Invest in something better because this is way too expensive for a non-waterproof tent.
Date published: 2017-05-12
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Water Splashes Under Rain Fly Works well unless you're in a rain storm. So North Face builds a tent that doesn't protect against rain that splashes under the rain fly and against the tent, effectively soaking everything inside the tent. Couldn't pull the rain fly any closer to the ground. Water effectively splashed under the rain fly and soaked my pad, bag, phone and Ipod that were in the pocket at the end of the tent. Great tent to indoor camping.
Date published: 2017-05-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Nothing bad to say. Deciding factor in purchase was that the price included the footprint. Setup is fairly easy; you have to have your panties bunched up to really complain about it. I WAS worried about the zipper as in the previous review, but after 15 nights, so good so far; I was careful about it though. my only dislike is the color of the fly. A would have preferred a subdued color.
Date published: 2017-02-26
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not worth the money I am a multiple thru-hiker not that this makes me a light years beyond everyone else. However, I have seen many tents, bags, & boots perform well & fail to know what brands I like & which to avoid. Borrowed this tent from a friend who didn't like it that much and, I figured since I was only out for a week with favorable weather why not. Bottom line (in my opinion) this tent kind of blows and one I would not recommend for a long distance hike put your $$$ into a Big Agnes, MSR, or Sierra Design
Date published: 2016-08-13
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Great Design, Poor Quality Took this tent out for a solo trip with my dog. The Good: Great design. Very roomy for one person given the weight even with a big dog sharing the space. I love the additional vaulted space you get around the head and feet. For someone that is 6ft, I found this makes a tent a lot more comfortable. I really like all the pockets in the tent. You get two large triangular ones on the ceiling (attic storage) and 4 rectangular ones at the foot and head of the tent. I prefer this style of side entry/exit compared to front entry/exit. Makes it much easier getting in a out and allows your gear to be stored out of the way of your path. Bonus that the tent comes with a footprint. The floor of the tent is made of lightweight, delicate material so the included footprint is great for when you aren't going as light as possible or doing some car camping, etc.. I like that you get a little extra room under the vestibule on the opposite side of the door for a pair of shoes/boots or whatever. The Bad: Used this tent only once for a simple overnighter. The set up was more of a chore than most tents I have owned or set up. I noticed right away that it is very hard to open the vestibule, especially with one hand. When the tent is pitched taught, you have to use two hands to get the zipper to start. The next morning, the zipper on the vestibule came right off when opening the tent. The fix was not easy and I would have had to send it right back to the warranty department. Since I was pressed for time due to a big trip coming up, my option to just send it back and wait to get fixed wasn't an option. I requested a new tent. Fortunately TNF has great customer service and they sent me a new tent. I pitched the tent accordingly. On the fourth time I opened the vestibule to test the zipper, the zipper just came right off. Unbelievable. Sent it back again and went with the O2 tent instead (lighter, more room but not free standing). I hope the zippers and the rest holds up for the big trip.
Date published: 2016-08-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best in class. I'd consider the 1-star rating an outlier I've used and compared a plethora of solo ultralight 3-season tents from all major brands... and this is my fav. It's the details. The main things, is it built well, reliable, state of the art materials, light, etc, is all there. But why I grab it when packing for a trip are the little things. Whether it's the end-point extended pole attachment points (which create that perfect amount of extra head/foot room), to the generous internal storage pockets. It's performed well in all conditions it should. My one complaint, is that the fly vestibule section is cut so that it sits 'high'. Meaning at optimal anchoring height/position, it seems to be designed to allow a 2-3 inch section open. Maybe for ventilation purposes? Makes sense. But I'm always finding a way to pull it down and try to line it up closer to the ground, since I've had numerous occasions where strong rain or wind coming sideways can threaten your gear stored in the vestibule.
Date published: 2016-03-01
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