The North Face Mountain Manor 8

The Mountain Manor is your peak-to-peak retreat, complete with room dividers for separate sleeping quarters, spacious front and rear vestibules for gear storage, and a high-tech construction for lifelong dependability. The large design, which is tall enough to stand in, sleeps eight comfortably. The integrated high-low ventilation system features sealable room vents on room dividers for improved air circulating. An easy-to-follow color-coded pole and clip pitch system keeps set-up and tear-down time to a minimum. Features a 70-denier nylon canopy and thick 210-denier Oxford nylon floor, which also has a 3,000mm polyurethane coating to provide a protective barrier between you and the terra firma. The water-resistant 75-denier polyester, 1,200 mm poly-coated rainfly brushes off rain, sleet, and snow.

Features:

  • Large poled vestibules in front and back
  • Fusion pitch with twist-clip
  • Comprehensive color-coded pitch system
  • Side-release rainfly attachment
  • Fully seam taped durable Oxford nylon floor
  • Polyurethane port on rainfly
  • High-low venting with sealable room vents
  • Duffel-style storage sack

Specs

Minimum Weight 24 lb 5 oz / 12.4 kg
Packed Weight 24 lb 5 oz / 11.0 kg
Seasons 3-Season
Sleeping Capacity 8
Doors 2
Floor Length 184 in / 467 cm
Floor Width 97 in / 246 cm
Floor Area 120 sq ft / 11.1 sq m
Vestibules 2
Vestibule Area 44.7 sq ft / 4.2 sq m
Peak Height 74 in / 188 cm

Where to Buy

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The North Face Mountain Manor 8

MSRP:
$599.00

The North Face Mountain Manor 8 is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen January 31, 2014 at Moosejaw.

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