Marmot Midpines Tent: 4-Person 3-Season

Marmot Midpines Tent: 4-Person 3-Season
Marmot Midpines Tent: 4-Person 3-Season
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Midpines Tent: 4-Person 3-Season by Marmot
Fitting Aunt Ruth, your brother, the dog, a random stranger, and all your camp stuff into the car is a real jigsaw puzzle, but getting them all into the Marmot Midpines 4-Person 3-Season Tent isn't nearly so complicated. The ultra-wide door easily accommodates anything you care to stuff through it - dogs, logs, queen-sized mattresses - and the color-coded three-pole system means that setup will be the easiest thing you've done all day. The Midpines is decked out with the best bells and whistles, too (but not actual bells and whistles, because that'd make it hard to sleep). There's a Lamp Shade pocket that turns the beam of your headlamp into ambient lighting for a game of cards, a whole load of pockets for easy storage, and reflective details that help you avoid tripping over your own tent in the middle of the night, which can be a real downer.

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SKU: MAR014J
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