Life above 14,000 feet isn't luxurious by any stretch of the imagination. The air is thin, the weather is frequently foul, and your tent will be put to the test with each passing storm. Designed for both high camp and base camp, the Rab Latok Mountain 2 Tent is built to withstand high mountain and polar winds while offering the breathability that is key to keep you, and your gear, dry throughout the night.The Latok Mountain is a single-wall tent constructed with an eVent three-layer material. eVent is a waterproof fabric that is extremely breathable due to the fact that it doesn't rely on a difference in temperature or humidity from the inside and outside of the fabric to allow moisture vapor on the inside to pass through the fabric. The breathability of the tent is also enhanced by a rear tunnel vent. The 9. 6mm DAC Featherlite NSL poles are pitched inside the tent, while the oversized stake loops ensure the ten included DAC V-stake pegs remain secured to the tent when the winds start to howl. Additional guy lines are located at each corner of the tent with two at either side of the tent for solid and secure setups during high mountain bivys. Rab also made the Latok Mountain compatible with an additional vestibule system (sold separately) for additional space for gear at base camp.
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Rab Latok Mountain 2 Tent: 2-Person 4-Season
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