The North Face Dome 8

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This eight-man, four-season quick-pitching abode is made for Alaskan backcountry adventure, a summit assault in the Himalayas, or wherever you need proven shelter from nature’s most brutal conditions. The DAC pole system incorporates a ring-shaped aluminum hub to cut down on the number of poles deployed and reduced weight, yet it doesn’t skimp on stability. The durable 70-denier nylon ripstop canopy and floor, which has a 10,000 mm polyurethane coating, provides a solid barrier to the elements. A 75-denier polyester ripstop fly with 1,500 mm polyurethane coating blocks unwelcome moisture and snow. Three double doors for entry and egress with expedition-sized backpacks. Lift vent technology strategically channels the wind to prevent knocking and movement. A snow skirt around the base helps prevent flurries from blowing in. A removable vestibule can be set up on the sun-facing side using the easy-clip system. The polyurethane port window is cold-tested to -60°F for outside monitoring without going out into the frigid extremes. There are also several easy-to-reach internal pockets on the tent’s wall for stowing essentials.

Features:

  • Fly pitch with removable internal hanging canopy
  • Color-coded canopy attachment
  • 3 large double doors
  • Fusion pitch combines pole sleeves and clips
  • High-low venting system with mesh screens and zip closure
  • External snow flaps at base
  • Internal pockets for storing essential gear
  • Hanger hooks for canopy when not used
  • Storage sack with drawstring

Specs

Minimum Weight 57 lb 11 oz / 26.183 kg
Packed Weight 35 lb 0 oz / 16 kg
Seasons 4-Season
Sleeping Capacity 8
Doors 3 (Double Doors)
Floor Length 64 in / 163 cm
Floor Width 64 in / 163 cm
Floor Area 128 sq ft / 11.9 sq m
Vestibules 1
Vestibule Area 34 sq ft / 3.1 sq m
Peak Height 83 in / 211 cm

The North Face Dome 8

MSRP:
$2,500.00

The North Face Dome 8 is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen January 15, 2013 at Mountain Gear.

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