Brooks-Range Propel 2

Retailers' Descriptions

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While its name might allude to visions of outer space and intergalactic adventures, the Brooks-Range Propel Tent: 2-Person 4-Season enables you to reach spaces and places in the backcountry and high alpine that no man has ever gone before--no matter the season. This 4-season tent boasts a freestanding construction that comes fully equipped with five DAC aluminum poles. However, should you desire to lighten your load, the Propel's attachment points are compatible with trekking or ski poles, which makes your overnight tours that much more enjoyable. More importantly, the Propel boasts a tenacious, polyurethane-coated nylon fabric that withstands elements of all shapes and sizes, and its fully taped seams further safeguard you from wayward precipitation and moisture alike. Additionally, the tent features reinforced stake points that not only assure longevity but maintain a firm grip on your tent, so you don't have to worry about your home base slipping loose and careening off into a black hole. And as its name suggests, the Propel is designed to accommodate two people comfortably, and the vestibules offer dependable shelter for your gear that's less impervious to the pitfalls of Mother Nature.


CLOSEOUTS . A low-weight, four-season option for overnight backpacking stays, the Brooks-Range Propel tent gives you the option of pitching with ski or trekking poles for additional efficiency and weight savings. Available Colors: GOLD.

- Sierra

Designed for 4-season backpacking, the Brooks-Range Propel 2D mountaineering tent gives you the option of using your ski or trekking poles to save weight when you're traveling light.


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previously retailed for:
$129.00 - $254.73

The Brooks-Range Propel 2 is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen May 12, 2018 at

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