Tuolumne 2 Tent: 2-Person 3-Season by The North Face
The North Face Tuolomne 2 Tent takes you back to those days when your family would pile into the pick-up truck and head to the mountains for the weekend to camp, fish, and hike. All the reminiscing probably has something to do with the tent's vintage look and effectively simple design; originally produced back in the '70s, the Tuolmne was long an icon in The North Face line and is now being reissued with a few modern improvements.You'll find the same single-wall construction, three-pole shape, and easy-to-pitch design of the original Tuolomne, but with no-see-um mesh vents, a zippered front door, and a Tentertainment-compatible interior, the Tuolomne is comparable to most modern tents you'll find today. Both the fly and floor have been treated with a water-resistant PU coating to repel heavy drizzle, and they both sport fully taped seams to prevent droplets from creeping through. The North Face also threw in a footprint, so you won't have to worry about rivulets of rain soaking through the tent's floor halfway through the night, because that's a part of the '70s you'd rather forget.
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