Exped Venus III DLX Plus


Capacity 2-3 adults
Weight 10.5 lb / 4.7 kg (Minimum), 11.7 lb / 5.3 kg (Packed)
Bathtub footprint 3.1 lb / 1.45 kg
Floor Area 40.5 sq ft / 3.76 sq m
Vestibule Area 49.5 sq ft / 4.6 sq m
Packed size 24 x 10 in / 60 x 26 cm
Setup time 5 minutes

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Manufacturer's Description

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Retailers' Descriptions

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Exped Camp & Hike Venus III DLX Plus - 3 Person 4 Season 7640120116675.

- CampSaver.com

The Exped Venus III DLX Plus Tent. The huge vestibule of the extended venus III warrants comfort no Matter what the weather. Features of the Exped Venus III DLX Plus Tent The huge vestibule has the space required to sit out rainy days with no fear of claustrophobia. Nothing stands in the way of a delicious dinner for three seated at a camping table. The section of the tub footprint near the side entrance can be rolled back. This prevents rain from accumulating on the footprint when the entrance is open. This space is ideal to place gear like muddy boots. External flat pole sleeves that Are sealed at one end and adjustable pole end tension pockets allow for quick and simple setup of this large tent. The low profile pole sleeves also reduce wind and rain resistance of the structure. Storm proof: Numerous pre-mounted Dyneema guylines Are attached and packed in in. Cord Stuffsacksin.. Guyline loops attached to the pole sleeve keep Venus III DLX Plus taut and secure, even in the roughest weather. Pockets and a gear loft in the canopy keep pesonal Items organised at all times. A large mesh organizer found on the vestibule wall also keeps all kinds of personal Items within easy reach. A drain above the side entrance prevents rain from dripping into the vestibule when the door is opened. 3 Doors offer heaps of space for gear and shelter on rainy days Tent and vestibules Are covered by a footprint in tub-design to keep things dry and clean Removable gear loft that keeps personal Items off the ground and the vestibule organizer Flat pole sleeves developed by Exped Are the perfect solution for quick setup and low resistance to wind, Snow, and rain Gearloft stores headlamps, books Zipper sliders have color coded, reflective, and glow in the dark tabs The end caps of the tent pole segments can be removed to shorten the shock cord within the poles in cold weather or for repairs to the pole Smart Cord Tensioners: Tension guy lines around pegs, trees, rocks; or any other anchor point without the need for knots Tent anchor permits simple one handed removal and remounting of the canopy Poles, pegs, and repair kit Are stowed in separate compartments Simple storage of the rolled up tent Side compression straps ensure a small packaged size Double layered canopy doors feature both mesh and fabric panels Mesh to increase ventilation and ward off insects and fabric to prevent wind, dust and Snow from entering the canopy Mesh pockets prevent chaos and help organize personal Items Color and number coded pole sleeves All doors can be rolled open and easily secured with a grab hook Rainfly protrudes over the canopy and prevents rain from dripping in when doors Are opened Adjustable pole tension pockets Are made of webbing and an aluminium repair tube Peg loops Are adjustable and large enough to accommodate skis as anchor devices in Snow use Footprint can be rolled back to prevent it from getting wet when entering the tent

- Moosejaw