Iron Mountain Works

Iron Mountain Works is no longer in business.

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Gear Hut 2

rated 4 of 5 stars Just finished my third trip using this tent and I'm impressed! Basic 4'10" x 7'4" (by my tape) freestanding rectangular two pole dome tent, two doors with two vestibules. Similar to Eureka Apex XT or Kelty Vortex but less weight, 5lbs. 9oz. (on my fishing scale) pack weight. That's with everything that came with it: 3 stuff bags (pegs, pole and one for everything), aluminum poles (pole splint included also), coated nylon fly (bright yellow, I think its color is the thing I like least about the tent),… Full review

Gear Hut 2

rated 4 of 5 stars Good, solid tent. Bombproof in a storm, and no drippage through the fly onto the tent wall. Easy setup, can be done with one person. Two big vestibules can fit packs and still have room to cook and chill. I like freestanding tents because they are more weatherproof and easier to set up. This one is a bit heavy, but the price is good and it's well made. Full review

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Iron Mountain works in no longer in business and although there is a existing company with this name, it does not manufacture outdoor gear.