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Developed with Peter Athans and Alpine Ascents International, the Alpine Guide 2 features a groundbreaking hybrid design that makes it perfect for everything, from low elevations to expeditions in high-alpine environments. . . . Hybrid tent perfect for from low elevations to expeditions in high-alpine environments. . Lightweight, waterproof, breathable material at back turns into a highly breathable double-wall construction in the front. . Super-durable architecture resists the harshest conditions. . Large front vestibule houses all your gear. . Rear escape-hatch back door for ventilation and quick access to the outside. . Dual top vents increase breathability. . Easy-pitch design. . DAC stakes: DAC Featherlite NSL
From low elevations to high-alpine expeditions, The North Face Alpine Guide 2 tent can handle it all with a hybrid design that breathes when it's mild and stays strong in harsh weather.
Whether you're traversing across high alpine ridges on your way to the summit or navigating lush forests in the Cascades, The North Face's Alpine Guide 2-Person 4-Season Tent is the perfect place to lay your head at the end of the day. This burly 4-season tent stands up to harsh winter conditions, with a large vestibule to stash all your gear at night. The PU-coated floor keeps moisture from sneaking in and the DAC poles are lightweight yet super sturdy.
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