Mica FL 2 Tent: 2-Person 3-Season by The North Face
If you thought packing light meant encasing yourself in a claustrophobia-inducing bivy sack at the end of the day, then you thought wrong. Lightweight and spacious by design, The North Face Mica FL 2 Two-Person Three-Season Tent will keep your pack weight at a minimum, while providing plenty of living space for you and your two- or four-legged trail partner to kick back and relax after a long day on the trail.The hubbed pole design maximizes head space and opens up both ends of the tent for more sleeping space. Dual doors and vestibules offer plenty of dry storage space for gear and make getting in and out of the tent throughout the night super easy. The North Face even threw in an included footprint, which helps extend the life of the tent, but can also be used to trim weight for fast and light trips by using just the footprint and fly for the past-pitch set up. When biting bugs are expected, the no-see-um mesh canopy is a must, and it features an included gear loft in the main canopy, so you can keep your headlamps and trail maps easily accessible.
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