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Mountain Hardwear Tent

Mountain Hardwear Tent
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Put your energy into gaining vert, not lugging a heavy tent.

Mountain Hardwear put the four-season EV 3 Tent on a diet, giving it an even lower weight-to-strength ratio than before. Designed with the help of of world-class mountaineer Ed Viesturs, the single-wall EV 3 is made to stand up to extreme conditions—including high winds and heavy snow—in the high mountains, but won’t weigh down your pack as you work your way to your evening stopping point.

Tension Arch reinforcement ribbing stabilizes the tent without requiring more poles or adding significant weight

Lightweight Conduit FR canopy provides waterproof protection and fights internal condensation

Industry-leading DAC Featherlight poles save weight while increasing strength

Integrated vestibule allows space for boots and other items near the door while preserving your livings space

Two SVX windows let you check the weather without opening a zipper

Five welded adjustable vents with mesh and zippers allow multiple ventilation options

Welded zipper flaps but down on bulk while watertight door zipper keeps the elements out

Material:

[body] 30D nylon ripstop, PU coating (1200mm), 20D nylon mesh
[reinforcement] TX07 PU, WX20

[floor] 40D nylon ripstop, ether based PU/silicone coating (3000mm)

Capacity: 3-person

Season: 4-season

Wall Type: Single-wall

Freestanding: Yes

Poles: DAC Featherlite NSL aluminum

Number of Poles: 4

Pole Attachment: clips

Number of Doors:2

Number of Vestibules: 0

Ventilation: adjustable vents

Seams: taped

Gear Loft: no

Interior Height: 41.0 in

Floor Dimensions:

[length] 114.5 in
[width at head] 42.0 in
[width at feet] 60.0 in

[widest point] 66.0 in

Floor Space: 58.0 sq ft

Packed Size: 5.0 x 20.0 in

Fast-pitch Option: no

Packed Weight: 7 lb 1.0 oz

Trail Weight: 6 lb 4.0 oz

Recommended Use: alpine, winter camping

Manufacturer Warranty: lifetime

Actual Weight: 2,919g

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