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Marmot Aeros 3P

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Marmot Aeros 3P

Marmot Aeros 3P is a three-season tent that sleeps 3 persons.

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The Aeros 3p is built with Catenary Cut Floor that is waterproof with taped seams that lifts it off the ground. Besides that, it allows user to equip the tent with optional footprint for extra protection under the tent of for bare bones tent setup. With bare bone setup, it allows user to use it with optional ground sheet making it lighter and sturdy shelter. In addition, it features DAC NSL poles and uses Kn…

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Marmot Aeros 3P

Marmot Aeros 3P is a three-season tent that sleeps 3 persons.

Features

The Aeros 3p is built with Catenary Cut Floor that is waterproof with taped seams that lifts it off the ground. Besides that, it allows user to equip the tent with optional footprint for extra protection under the tent of for bare bones tent setup. With bare bone setup, it allows user to use it with optional ground sheet making it lighter and sturdy shelter. In addition, it features DAC NSL poles and uses Knees Pole system. It also features Stake Tape. It also features vertical side wall. Materials used include 40d Nylon 3000mm F/R for the floor, 20d No-Seeum-Net F/R for the canopy and 40d R/S Sil/PU 1800mm F/R for fly. It is suitable for three season usage. The tent weighs 5 lb 12 oz. It is packable to 8 in. x 22 in. It has floor area measuring 45.5 sq. ft. and vestibule area measuring 10 sq. ft. It measures 90 x 76 x 41 inch (L x W x H) in dimension.

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  • Rain worthiness...

    Hello...Am considering taking this tent on the AT for four nites (9/22 to 9/25) i9n New Hampshire/Maine. Like the mesh for condensation prevention but am concerned about the very low wall rise around the perimeter of the tent. Looks like rain could blow in beneath the fly in the event of a storm. Any ideas or any information would be appreciated. JBrigham

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