Assault 3 Tent: 3-Person 4-Season by The North Face
Sleep soundly at high altitudes with The North Face's 4-Season Assault 3 Tent protecting you from fierce winds. This single-wall expedition tent uses DryWall fabric to combine the all-weather protection and stability of a double-wall tent with the lighter, less bulky construction of a single-wall tent for unparalleled protection and breathability. An easy-pitch, X-tent design equalizes pressure from high winds by backfilling the interior for a stronger structure. PU-coated ripstop reinforces the floor and vestibule with reliable resistance against abrasion and water. The North Face equipped the Assault 3 with DAC Featherlite NSL poles that live up to their featherlight status. Removing the roomy vestibule helps shed weight when every ounce of gear must be carefully considered. In addition to the large single door in the front, the Assault has been updated with a larger rear escape hatch to make it easier to get in and out in case of an emergency. Dual top vents work with the DryWall fabric to provide unparalleled breathability, and there are ample tabs inside for hanging gloves, drying lines, or gear lofts.
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