Marmot Eclipse 2P

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

At just 3. 5 pounds, the Marmot Eclipse 2 Tent is an ideal choice for fast-and-light three-season backpacking excursions and multi-day cycling trips for two. The highly breathable No-See-Um-Net canopy material keeps your sleep space free of blood-guzzling alpine mosquitoes, and the Easy Pitch pole clips make set-up quick and intuitive for you and your hiking partner.


CLOSEOUTS . Marmotand#39;s Eclipse tent may be ultralight and super-compact, but it still offers plenty of room for two campers to comfortably snooze under the stars. The freestanding mesh-walled tent features DACand#174; NSL poles, color-coded Easy Pitch clips and interior organizer pockets. Available Colors: VINTAGE ORANGE.

- Sierra Trading Post

The Marmot Eclipse 2P tent is simple and sleek with a narrow design and bullet-nose front entry. Its low-profile design offers ample leg and head room.


Marmot's Eclipse 2 Tent is a great alternative Backpacking tent, just under four pounds this tent packs a punch. Full seam taped, free standing, and color coded easy set up poles, this could easily become your favorite new tent.


Marmot's Eclipse 2P Tent features a sleek new design that gives you room exactly where you need it. The large front entry and gently sloping canopy allows you to sit up with plenty of head room without sacrificing the ability to stretch out and relax. Color coded clips make set-up quick and easy without all the hassle of figuring out what goes where.

- Mountain Gear

Marmot Eclipse 2P

previously retailed for:
$201.99 - $368.95

The Marmot Eclipse 2P is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen May 24, 2016 at RockCreek.

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