Mountain Hardwear Trango 3
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The Mountain Hardwear Trango 3 Tent is designed for winter mountaineering. It's built strong and engineered to shelter 3 climbers in tough alpine conditions.
Free Shipping. Mountain Hardwear Trango 3 Tent FEATURES of the Mountain Hardwear Trango 3 Tent FlapsIndustry leading DAC Featherlight NSL poles DirectConnect points secure tent body, frame and fly at each guy out point for a solid connection between all three components Large dry entry vestibules with brow pole provide ample headroom and room for gear storage 2 dual canopy and mesh doors Snow flaps on front vestibule seal out spindrift Guaranteed watertight construction with fully taped fly, taped 'bathtub floor' construction, welded corners and welded guy clip anchors. Rain room tested
First introduced in 1995, Trangos have become standard issue for mountaineering expeditions year-round. Teardrop-shaped front and rear doors conveniently tuck away, welded loops for securing the fly and a bathtub-style floor for better weather protection.
- Mountain Hardwear
From base camp to storm-battered ridges, the Mountain Hardwear Trango 3 Tent shelters the world's best alpinists and small expedition teams. It's been around for nigh on 20 years, so you have to assume there's something pretty rad about it. Could it be the burly four-pole design (plus one vestibule pole) that makes it so appealing' Maybe. If it's not that, perhaps it's DAC Featherlight NSL aluminum poles or the waterproof PU- and silicone-coated nylon fabrics that are tough enough to stand up to a rampaging rhinoceros, as well as brutal mountain wind and snow, all while weighing just over ten pounds. Truthfully, it's probably a combination of all these things, plus a whole lot more. All the seams on the fly and floor are fully taped for superior waterproofing, and the DirectConnect guy-out points, pole clips, and zipper flaps are fully welded for extreme durability in extreme conditions. Because they could, Mountain Hardwear designed the Trango with double mesh doors for ventilation and matching vestibules to stand up to storms, and added snow flaps on the bottom of the fly to keep out whirling winds and spindrift. All the zippers are watertight as well, the fly has a window in it, and there are interior pockets to hold all your small waiting-out-the-storm gear like headlamps, books, and cards. You can even pick up the footprint (sold separately) and pitch the Trango as a lightweight summer shelter using just the fly. No wonder it's been just about everywhere it's possible to go.
First introduced in 1995, the Mountain Hardwear Trangos series have become standard issue for mountaineering expeditions year-round. Teardrop-shaped front and rear doors conveniently tuck away, welded loops for securing the fly and a bathtub-style floor for better weather protection.
- Mountain Gear