The North Face Talus 3

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

The North Face Talus 3 Tent is a palatial shelter built to house three full-sized adults and their gear. They did the math and this comfortable shield from three seasons of elements is enough room for a trio of human sleepers to greet the sunrise from under one roof. With two doors and two spacious vestibules, you'll be in and out, accessing gear left and right. Don't try to squeeze a group into your tiny backpacking tent. Go ahead and get the squad something more livable like The North Face Talus 3 Tent.

- evo

Updated with more features and a sharp new aesthetic, The North Face Talus 3 tent provides exceptional 3-season backpacking at an incredible value, and it even includes a footprint.

- REI

Third wheels won't feel weird in this spacious yet lightweight, three-person tent that features two doors and vestibules for easy access and added storage, high-low ventilation to eliminate condensation, a durable, fully seam-taped canopy and floor, and a loft to keep spare layers and tools within grabbing distance.

- The North Face

Features of The North Face Talus 3 Tent Two doors and two vestibules High-low ventilation for better breathability Maximized interior space for a more comfortable experience Fully seam-taped canopy and floor Guylines included Roll-up-fly ventilation option Gear loft and footprint included Gear locker Fabric Details Fly: 68D polyester, 1500 mm PU Canopy: 40D polyester mesh Floor: 70D nylon taffeta, 3000 mm PU coating

- Moosejaw

The North Face's Talus 3 Tent has plenty of room for three campers to stay comfortable all night long. You can stare at the starry sky, play some card games, or just catch some Zs before tomorrow's hike. If you hear the gentle pitter-patter of rain start to fall against the canopy, just throw the rain fly on before you wake to a soggy sleeping bag. If things really start heating up in there, you can always roll up the fly to let some steam out or leave the tent by one of two doors.

- Backcountry.com

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