The North Face 2 Person Dock

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This two-person add-on module transforms your Docking Station family tent to include a new sleeping wing for more weary campers at the spur of the moment. This versatile Dock attaches to either side of the Docking Station using a reliable buckle and hook attachment system, and even includes a zip-shut nylon wall for privacy. The canopy and flooring are made of a resilient 70-denier nylon, while the floor also features a 3,000mm polyurethane coating to provide a protective barrier between the ground and your dry gear. A water-resistant, roll-back, 75-denier poly-coated rainfly allows you to enjoy the star-studded night sky, or remain covered up from the onslaught of a deluge.

Features:

  • Double-wall construction
  • S/R buckle and hook attachment
  • Nylon taffeta inner wall for privacy
  • Roll-back rain fly for star watching
  • 2 mesh interior pockets for storage
  • 2 steel stakes
  • 1 aluminum, 12mm diameter pole

Specs

Minimum Weight 2 lb 9 oz / 1.3 kg
Packed Weight 2 lb 12 oz / 1.2 kg
Seasons 3-Season
Sleeping Capacity 2
Doors 1
Floor Length 84 in / 213 cm
Floor Width 50 in / 127 cm
Floor Area 28 sq ft / 2.7 sq m
Vestibules 0
Vestibule Area 0 sq ft / 0 sq m
Peak Height 46.5 in / 118 cm

Reviews

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Finally! A private room for my son when we go camping!

Rating: rated 5 of 5 stars
Source: bought it new
Price Paid: $140 USD

Summary

Finally! A private room for my son when we go camping!

Pros

  • Easy to set up/take down

My son loves having his own space, and I love having that little extra bit of privacy. Large enough for a twin air mattress, with room (about a foot) to store gear. Only takes about 5 minutes to set up and take down, and holds up very well.

We used this camping on the beach with a constant breeze for 3 days, and didn't even have to use sandbags.

The North Face 2 Person Dock

MSRP:
$119.00

The North Face 2 Person Dock is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen November 23, 2013 at Backcountry.com.

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