Mountain Hardwear Habitat 3

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Specs

Capacity 3
Minimum Weight 8 lb 5 oz / 3.76 kg
Packed Weight 8 lb 13 oz / 3.99 kg
Floor Area 53 sq ft / 4.9 sq m
Number of Doors 2
Number of Poles 3
Number of Vestibules 2
Vestibule Area 8 sq ft 0.7 sq m / 8 sq ft 0.7 sq m
Interior Height 55 in / 140 cm
Packed Diameter 6 in / 17 cm
Packed Length 26 in / 67 cm
Pitch Light Weight 5 lb 13 oz / 2.63 kg

Manufacturer's Description

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Retailers' Descriptions

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This spacious, two-door design of the Mountain Hardwear Habitat 3 fits people, dogs, and gear for a multi-sport tripwith room to spare. Side storage nooks stash bags and extra gear, and the tall interior height allows standing up while changing clothes. Opaque side walls offer privacy, but with enough mesh for flow-through venting. Color coded poles and grommet tabs and reflective starter points make even late night set up quick and easy. Guaranteed watertight construction.

- CampSaver.com

Make your camping habitat as comfortable as possible when you make your backcountry stay in Mountain Hardwear's moderately sized Habitat 3 tent. Guaranteed watertight, this comfortable freestanding tent ensures a dry stay in the backwoods for up to 3 people while providing plenty of room for extra gear in the 2 dry entry vestibules.

- Mountain Gear

On Sale. Free Shipping. Mountain Hardwear Habitat 3 Tent (Fall 2010) FEATURES of the Habitat 3 - 3 Person Tent by Mountain Hardwear Guaranteed watertight construction with fully taped fly, taped perimeter seam, welded corners and welded guy clip anchors. Rain room tested with 1200in. of rain in 24 hours. 7001 PF pole system is strong, lightweight, durable, resistant to corrosion and dents, and easy to service by hand in the field Pitch Light configuration allows user to set up a superlight shelter using only the tent fly, poles and footprint (sold separately) 2 dry entry vestibules 2 mesh doors 2 SVX windows for a brighter interior and visibility of exterior conditions Reflective guy-out loops, starter point and zipper pulls for easy set-up at night Welded guy clip anchors Mesh storage pockets Bar tacks on grommet tabs are color coded to poles for easy set up Gear can be stored off the floor using canopy pockets or a accessory gear lofts (sold separately) Imported SPECIFICATION: Usage: Three-Season Camping Capacity: 3 Minimum Weight: 8 lb. 5 oz. / 3.76 kg. Packed Weight: 8 lb. 13 oz. / 3.99 kg. Floor Area: 53 sq. ft. / 4.9 m2 Number of Doors: 2 Number of Poles: 3 Number of Vestibules: 2 Vestibule Area: 8 sq. ft. 0.7 m2 / 8 sq. ft. 0.7 m2 Peak Height: 55in. / 140 cm Packed Size: 7in. x 26in. / 17 x 67 cm. Pitch Light Weight: 5 lb. 13 oz. / 2.63 kg. Materials: Tent Floor: 70D Nylon Taffeta 3000mm PU Poles: 7001 PF Canopy: 20D Nylon Knit Mesh;68D Polyester Ripstop DWR Fly: 75D Polyester Taffeta 1500mm PU

- Moosejaw

Mountain Hardwear Habitat 3 This spacious, two-door design fits people, dogs and gear for a multi-sport tripwith room to spare. Side storage nooks stash bags and extra gear, and the tall interior height allows standing up while changing clothes. Opaque side walls offer privacy, but with enough mesh for flow-through venting. Color coded poles and grommet tabs and reflective starter points make even late night set up quick and easy. Guaranteed watertight construction. Features * Tent Capacity: 3 * Number of Doors: 2 * Guaranteed watertight construction with fully taped fly, taped perimeter seam, welded corners and welded guy clip anchors. Rain room tested with 1200" of rain in 24 hours. * 7001 PF pole system is strong, lightweight, durable, resistant to corrosion and dents, and easy to service by hand in the field * Pitch Light configuration allows user to set up a superlight shelter using only the

- River Sports Outfitters

Mountain Hardwear Habitat 3

Discontinued

The Habitat 3 has been discontinued.

MSRP:
$325.00

The Mountain Hardwear Habitat 3 is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen September 17, 2013 at CampSaver.com.

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