The Talus 2 replaced the The North Face Rock 22.
Great backpacking tent for the budget enthusiast.
Source: bought it new
Price Paid: $150
Great backpacking tent for the budget enthusiast. Build quality and weight/price ratio is good.
- Build quality
- Weight/cost ratio
- One door
Pros: Great backpacking tent for the budget enthusiast. Build quality is great, metal stakes, quality yet lightweight materials. Great built-in gear loft and roof is mesh for stargazing.
Holds up well in inclement weather/strong wind. Easy setup, takes only a few minutes with one person, comes with ground cover ($60-80).
Includes: tent, metal stakes, overhead gear loft, ground cover and rainfly.
Cons: Only downside of this tent is it has one door, which isn't a problem if you're just sleeping inside.
Tent is on shorter side, if you taller then 6'3" it will be a tight squeeze.