Exped Andromeda II Footprint
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Taffeta nylon with 3,000 mm water column protects tent and vestibule. Doubles as tarp. For use with the Exped Andromeda Tent
Free Shipping. Exped Andromeda II Footprint DECENT FEATURES of the Exped Andromeda II Footprint Extremely fast and easy set-up Exoskeleton designs (poles in fly) for superior strength PU coated ripstop polyester flies eliminate in.saggingin. in wet weather Inner tent stays dry during wet weather set-up and teardown High guying strength and aerodynamic surface (e.g. flat pole sleeves) Large (and in some cases HUGE) vestibules Unique Exped detailing throughout Tough 10,000 mm water column floors Tunnel style balances strength, volume and light weight Exoskeleton design, aerodynamic flat pole sleeves Very large pole supported side-entry vestibule, one door Mesh organizer mounted in vestibule The SPECS of the Exped Andromeda II Footprint Capacity: 2 person Inner Tent Dimension: 88.6 x 51.2in. / 225 x 130 cm Interior Area: 31.2 square feet / 2.9 square meter Average Minimum Weight: (fly, canopy, poles): 7.5 lbs / 3.4 kg Average Packaged Weight: 8.5 lbs / 3.85 kg Vestibule Area: 30.2 square feet / 2.8 square meter Interior Peak Height: 39.4in. / 100 cm Packed Size: 16.5 x 7.9in. / 42 x 20 cm Rainfly: 40 D ripstop-polyester PU coated Factory seam taped Canopy: Ripstop polyester No-See-Um mosquito mesh Floor: 70D Taffeta nylon 10,000 mm water column Poles: DAC Featherlite NS L 9 mm TH72M
Footprints offer ground protection beneath tents. Available for most Exped tent models a footprint protects a tent floor from abraison, dirt, water and sun. Shaped like, but 10 cm (4") smaller than, the tent floor to prevent rain from collecting between footprint and tent floor. Also covers the vestibule floor space to protect the vestibule from dirt and humidity. Attaches with adjustable, elastic cords. Used as a Tarp: a footprint doubles as a tarp against rain, wind and sun (that is, against excessive exposure to UV radiation whether at high altitudes or in dry, sunny places like Australia and New Zealand).
- Altrec Outdoors