The North Face Madraque 33

On a backcountry trip lasting anywhere from a few days to a week or more, this superlight, three-person tent with a vaulted ceiling, two large doors, and vestibules for separate entry and egress will keep your crew covered and comfortable. The canopy is made of 40-denier nylon ripstop with no-see-um mesh, while the fully taped floor is made of durable 70-denier nylon with a moisture-resistant 5,000 mm polyurethane coating. A 40-denier siliconized nylon fly with a 1,500 mm polyurethane coating blocks chilling winds, pelting rain, and even snowfall. The Jake’s Foot attachment system is designed to maintain the perfect distance between the fly and canopy wall to allow for adequate air circulation possible.

* Ultralight twist-clip pitch
* DAC stakes with pull cord
* Overhead pockets
* High-low venting
* Compatible with square gear loft
* DAC Featherlite NSL poles
* Comprehensive color-coded pitch system includes poles, canopy and fly
* Convenient overhead pockets stow headlamps and fragile items
* Abundant gear loops
* Compression stuff sack included


Minimum Weight 5 lb 2 oz / 2.3 kg
Packed Weight 5 lb 9 oz / 2.5 g
Seasons 3-Season
Sleeping Capacity 3
Doors 2
Floor Length 90 in / 229 cm
Floor Width 66 in / 168 cm
Floor Area 41 sq ft / 3.8 sq m
Vestibules 2
Vestibule Area 22 sq ft / 2 sq m
Peak Height 45.5 in / 116 cm

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The North Face Madraque 33


The Madraque 33 has been discontinued.


The North Face Madraque 33 is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen July 4, 2014 at OMCgear.

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