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Marmot Asgard 3P

photo: Marmot Asgard 3P three-season tent

Marmot's built the three-person Asgard tent with the sole intent to withstand the heavy rainfalls of the English Moores, or any mountain range that is beset by day-after-day deluge. They started with a sturdy suspension frame using ultralight DAC poles and a geodesic design. A fully taped 10,000 mm thick bathtub-style floor with a waterproof coating keeps out spindrift snow and sideways blowing rain that can sneak under the fly. The canopy is made of breathable no-see-um mesh and 40 denier nylon ripstop. The 5 mm polyurethane and silicone coated 40 denier nylon rainfly with a stabilizing two-in-one guy system provides extra stability. Front and rear entrances with a poled front vestibule for added stability and gear storage. Two-zippered doors – one of durable ripstop nylon for battening down the hatches and the other is “no-see-um” mesh for improved air circulation. Comes complete with tent repair kit, super-strong alloy stakes for winter usage, and a “Burrito Bag” for storage.


  • 2-in-1 Guy System for added stability
  • Bathtub-style floor keeps moisture outside
  • Complete tent system stores neatly in the included Burrito Bag
  • Next generation DAC Featherlite NSL poles
  • Front and Rear Adjustable Air Flow Vents
  • Optional footprint for extra protection from ground moisture
  • Optional second pole-set for extra stability
  • Poled bad weather front vestibule with two doors


Price MSRP: $659.00
Historic Range: $569.97-$749.95
Minimum weight 7 lb 6 oz / 3.3 kg
Packed weight 12 lb 8 oz / 5.7 kg
Seasons 4-season
Sleeping capacity 3
Doors 3
Floor length 99 in / 250 cm
Floor width 87 in / 220 cm
Floor area 54 sq ft / 5 sq m
Vestibules 1
Vestibule area 19 sq ft / 2 sq m
Peak height 51 in / 130 cm


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Does anyone have plans to build something like this