Brooks-Range Foray Tent 2

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Brooks-Range's Foray 2P Tent gives you more interior space without the weight for camping or ultralight backpacking. Weighing in at around three pounds, the Foray brings only the basics for minimalists, like the walls made completely out of mesh, and the PU-coated nylon floor and fly for the right amount of protection from weather. In spite of a ridiculously light weight, this tent somehow manages a 42in height with 45sq ft of liveable comfort inside. The Foray also features a smart continuous pole system for an easy setup with clips and clever ball-and-socket joints. The No Drip door makes sure the first thing you notice coming out is the fresh smell of soggy forest instead of a big cold raindrop dripping down your forehead. The fly makes a vestibule large enough to protect backpacking gear, and there are vents to keep everyone comfy throughout the rainy nights.


When the weather gets bad, you want to make sure you have a trustworthy tent that can handle the elements. The Brooks Range Foray is a free standing 2lb 9oz tent that is still big enough for 2 people. 30sq ft floor and a 39" ceiling height allows for plenty of room inside for two people even during extended rain storms. The Foray packs down small enough that you might even forget you have it inside your pack.


Brooks-Range Foray Tent 2

previously retailed for:
$318.71 - $424.95

The Brooks-Range Foray Tent 2 is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen January 9, 2018 at

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