Homestead Roomy 2 Tent: 2-Person 3-Season by The North Face
Your dogs will be barking and your legs will be begging for some R&R after that seven-mile grinder of a hike, so The North Face Homestead Roomy 2 Person 3-Season Tent will feel like a luxury suite perched between a cozy little hamlet of trees. With a design the maximizes internal living space, the Homestead gives you and your hiking partner room to stretch and relax, but not at the cost of weather protection and weight. The rainfly and floor are treated with a water-resistant PU coating to keep rain at bay, and the breathable canopy is equipped with no-see-um mesh windows to keep a steady supply of fresh air passing through the tent. The North Face threw in a gear loft for convenient gear storage, and the included viewing center gives you a spot to watch a movie from your tablet comfortably. All this and the Homestead still weighs under seven pounds, so you won't feel like you're lugging around an actual hotel on your back.
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