Black Diamond Tempest

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

The Black Diamond Tempest tent's unique, asymmetric design offers a spacious four-season shelter for two. The sturdy Tempest features a front vestibule not only roomy enough for all you gear, but able to remain open offering circulation in all but the worst tempest.-- Complimentary Footprint Included-- Two large doors for easy entry and exit even while wearing ski boots-- Two built-in vestibules keep all your gear dry-- Single wall construction eliminates the need for a separate rain fly, cuts set up time in half, and dries quickly-- Todd-Tex features PTFE laminated directly to ripstop nylon for lightweight waterproof breathable performance-- 30D nylon ripstop is UV resistant and uses a DWR finish for added water repellency-- No-see-um mesh panels on the doors and weatherproof vents at the top of each vestibule allowing for controlled ventilation-- 4 internal aluminum poles offer maximum strength and offer quick pitching from the inside during inclement weather

- OMCgear

Built to outlast howling winds and torrential downpours, the Black Diamond Tempest is an ideal single-wall shelter for any four-season wilderness traveler or mountaineer. With plenty of room for two, the Tempest's shape maximizes living space by uniting steep walls and a simple floor design. Four Easton poles bend naturally into the eaves of the tent and get locked into place via simple Twistlock Pole Ties, thus providing a strong, secure framework.

- Backcountry.com

On Sale. Free Shipping. Black Diamond Tempest 2 Person Tent FEATURES of the Black Diamond Tempest Tent 2-person, 2 doors, 2 built-in vestibules Weatherproof vents at the top of each vestibule 4 internal aluminum poles for maximum strength 4 interior mesh pockets ToddTex single-wall fabric Optional ground cloth available SPECIFICATIONS of the Black Diamond Tempest Tent Capacity: 2 Person Season: 4 Doors: 2 Average Packaged Weight: 7 lbs 3 oz / 3.26 kg Minimum Weight: 6 lbs 4 oz / 2.84 kg Dimension: (L x W1 x W2 x H): 87 x 58 x 47 x 44.5in. / 221 x 147 x 119 x 113 cm Area: 32.25 square feet / 3 square meter Vestibule Area: 12 + 2 square feet / 1.1 + 0.19 square meter Packed Size: 7 x 19in. / 18 x 48 cm

- Moosejaw

Built with steep side walls, the Black Diamond Tempest optimizes space for 2 people in harsh weather.This product will be shipped directly from Black Diamond and will leave their warehouse in 2-3 business days. Eligible for UPS ground shipping only.

- EMS

The Tempest is a spacious fourseason tent for two with two doors and two vestibules Using four internal poles its unique asymmetric design optimizes space and stands just over one meter 44 at its peak Noseeum mesh panels on the doors and weatherproof vents at the top of each vestibule allow controlled ventilation Lightweight waterproof windproof and extremely breathable its built with a ToddTex canopy coated nylon ripstop integrated vestibules a polyurethanecoated nylon floor and 30d nylon ripstop doors All corner seams are RFwelded and the floor seams are factory taped For keeping track of your small items the Tempest has four interior net pocketsFeatures 2person 2 doors 2 builtin vestibules Weatherproof vents at the top of each vestibule 4 internal aluminum poles for maximum strength 4 interior mesh pockets ToddTex singlewall fabric Optional ground cloth available Available with Fire Retardant FR fabric to meet requirements in select US states and Canada Check with your Attorney Generals office for flame retardancy requirements on tents in your state or province

- Bentgate.com

Black Diamond Tempest

MSRP:
$499.95

The Black Diamond Tempest is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen March 12, 2016 at OMCgear.

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