MSR Zoic Tent: 1-Person 3 Season

MSR Zoic Tent: 1-Person 3 Season
MSR Zoic Tent: 1-Person 3 Season
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Zoic Tent: 1-Person 3 Season by MSR
The MSR Zoic Tent: 1-Person 3-Season ensures that solo backpacking trips don't have to be confined to cramped quarters. Its roomy interior provides enough space for you to use your 25in mattress while a built-in gear loft and a front vestibule allow you to store your gear out of the way so you have plenty of room to sleep. Additionally, its full micromesh canopy provides maximum breathability on warm nights, moisture control, views of the night sky, and bug protection while keeping the weight of the tent lower than other leading tents in the same category. Its durable rainfly and floor protect you from moisture, or when the night is clear, the rainfly can be rolled back for star gazing as you fall asleep. Its easy-pitch design allows you to setup at the trailhead or at a remote mountain lake quickly and easily so you have more time to explore.

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SKU: CAS00F3
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