Marmot Mantis 2P Plus Footprint

Marmot Mantis 2P Plus Footprint
Marmot Mantis 2P Plus Footprint
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Mantis 2P Plus Footprint by Marmot
Like shoes for your tent, the Marmot Mantis 2P Plus Footprint protects your tent from sticks and stones, puddles and pine-cones. Waterproof nylon ensures that no water creeps into your tent, and it helps extend the life of your Mantis 2P Plus.

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SKU: MAR01B2
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