The North Face Mountain 35
This three-man, four-season mountaineering tent boasts a solid geodesic design that stands up to tearing winds, blinding snow, and the cruel conditions at altitude. The sturdy 40-denier nylon ripstop canopy is supported by a sturdy frame of five break-resistant DAC Featherlite NSL poles. The “lift technology” pole-and-hub system connects to the rainfly to lift and create a space that adds stability to the structure. A topside mesh vent sends spindrift melt-off to the rainfly. The 75-denier polyester ripstop fly has a wind-resistant and waterproof 1,500 mm polyurethane coating. The fully seam taped, 70-denier nylon bucket floor has a 10,000 mm polyurethane coating to create a protective barrier from the frozen tundra below. Reflective, super-strong Kevlar guylines provide plenty of support in wind-whipped terrain.
- Dual doors with poled front vestibule
- No-stretch, reflective Kevlar guylines with camming adjuster
- Polyurethane port window, cold-crack tested to -60°F
- High-low vent doors
- Glow-in-the-dark zip pulls
- Compatible with square gear loft
- Color-coded DAC Featherlite NSL poles, stakes with pull cord
10 lb 1 oz / 4.5 kg
11 lb 5 oz / 5.0 kg
96 in / 244 cm
68 in / 172 cm
43.3 sq ft / 4.2 sq m
15.2 sq ft / 1.4 sq m
44 in / 112 cm
Here's what other sites are saying:
Built for extreme winter weather, the super-stable three-person Mountain 35 shrugs off high wind and heavy snow. If you're serious about winter camping in the backcountry, this North Face tent is an outstanding choice.
When a snowstorm blows in, take cover and comfort in the spacious Mountain 35 expedition tent from The North Face - a versatile, storm proof and easy to set-up shelter from the storm. Forty four inches of interior height, dual doors, and two vestibules lend to convenience for three at base camp, and a combination of reinforced construction and multidirectional lift technology ensures safety, warmth and protection from inclement weather.
- Mountain Gear
Pitching a tent in wind-scoured conditions at a 5,200-meter base camp isn't as easy as it sounds. It's especially difficult when you're hovering over a steep ridge in whiteout conditions. This three-person tent excels in such merciless environs -- setting the standard for protection in a small platform.
- The North Face
The new three-person expedition standard packs a ton of protection in a small platform.
- Altrec Outdoors