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Gear Details: Tents

Expedition 2P

Manufacturer: Easton Mountain Products

Product Details:
Product Year2012
Usage:Mountaineering/High Altitude
Single Wall:
Number of Poles:4
Pole Material:carbon fiber
Diameter of Poles (mm):
Floor Space (square feet):35.5
Length (inches):85
Width (inches):64
Nonstandard Shape:
Interior Height (inches):39
Vestibule Type:standard
Vestibule Front Area (square feet):12.9
Vestibule Back Area (square feet):
Weight (lbs, oz): 7,6
Designed to be a lightweight, storm-proof shelter, Expedition 2P delivers high performance with a long list of features so you stay comfortable and protected. Large snow-flaps protect the entry, internal pockets and loops keep gear organized, and oversized vents with full internal access offer climate control without leaving your sleeping bag. With the optional Easton Carbon or aluminum tent pole system the Expedition 2P gives the high altitude explorer options in any conditions. Aluminum pole option: 8 lbs. 1 oz. $599.00 Specialized multi-layer carbon with an EXO Shield to resist abrasion, the Carbon FX is the go to pole for the lightweight advantage in the most extreme conditions & features the revolutionary AirLock Connector. Patent-pending AirLock maximizes the performance of carbon poles and eliminates the need for heavier, full-length shock cord. Get the lightweight advantage without sacrificing performance and protection. Advanced Easton 7075 aluminum is the standard for expedition shelters experiencing extreme conditions.


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