Easton Expedition Aluminum 2P

Retailers' Descriptions

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Designed to sleep two adults, the four-season Easton Expedition Two-person Tent features a snow-shedding shape that is built to perform in high winds and tough winter weather conditions. The dual doors and pole-supported vestibules allow you to get in and out of the tent without disturbing your tentmate, and the extra-large side vents reduce condensation build-up.

- Backcountry.com

Designed to be a lightweight shelter against the storm, the Easton Expedition 2P delivers a high performance tent with a long list of features to stay comfortable and protected. Large snowflaps protect the entry, internal pockets and loops keep gear organized, and oversized vents with full internal access offer climate control without leaving your sleeping bag.

- CampSaver.com

Free Shipping. Easton Mountain Products Expedition 2P Aluminum Pole Tent FEATURES of the Easton Mountain Products Expedition 2P Aluminum Pole Tent Designed to be the last tent standing Storm-resistant stability and snow-shedding geometry Advanced Easton pole system, (carbon fiber or aluminum options) Color-coded poles and sleeves with quick-clip pole hooks and fly clips Enlarged, internal-access side vents Dual doors and vestibules with reflective opening and snow flaps Pole-supported vestibule with windows Pole-Pocket compression stuff sack Four large gear pockets, four accessory pockets, gear loft, and accessory loops SPECIFICATIONS of the Easton Mountain Products Expedition 2P Aluminum Pole Tent Capacity: 2 Person Rating: Four Season Minimum Weight: Carbon: 7 lbs 8 oz / 3.43 kg, Aluminum: 8 lbs 1 oz / 3.68 kg Packed Weight: Carbon: 8 lbs 9 oz / 3.91 kg, Aluminum: 9 lbs 2 oz / 4.16 kg Pack Dimension: 9 x 22in. / 23 x 55 cm Floor: 35.5square feet / 3.3 square meter Vestibule: 12.9 square feet / 1.2 square meter Head Height: 39in. / 99 cm

- Moosejaw

Easton Expedition Aluminum 2P

previously retailed for:
$274.98 - $599.95

The Easton Expedition Aluminum 2P is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen February 22, 2016 at Backcountry.com.

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