When you and an old pal from college are bike-packing from central Maine to the northwest corner of Connecticut, every ounce matters, which is why you packed the ultralight MSR Carbon Reflex 2 Tent. Constructed specifically for ultralight camping, this 2-person, 3-season tent features a zipper-free vestibule that minimizes unnecessary weight and a micro-mesh canopy that encourages optimal ventilation. The waterproof rainfly and bathtub-style floor are equipped with fully taped seams and reinforced stress points for maximum durability and protection in the face of unpleasant weather. The Carbon Reflex 2 is furnished with two carbon-fiber poles, ten MSR needle stakes, and guycords and adjusters that make setting up a breeze. When combined with a tent footprint (not included), the Carbon Reflex 2's rainfly offers a Fast and Light setup option for even greater weight savings. So whether you're enduring a rainstorm of the century or surviving sauna-like humidity, the Carbon Reflex 2 is light as a feather and tough as a tarp.
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