Cumulus Tent By The North Face

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About Cumulus Tent By The North Face

Sleeping among the clouds sounds like a restful idea to backpackers who haven't camped in a raging, high-altitude storm. Stay dry and stay put inside this strong, freestanding Cumulus Tent. Features include ultra-stabilizing continuous pole sleeves with easy-set-up pockets for soloist tent pitchers. Dual doors/vestibules for comfortable and independent entry/exit, adjustable dual roof vents to dissipate excess moisture and steep, geodesically-designed sidewalls for ample headroom and storage. Fully-taped, lap-felled seams resist abrasion and keep it waterproof. Strong #8 zippers feature protective storm flaps. Includes two mesh pockets, three equal-length poles, and lightweight aluminum V-stakes. Size: 72"x93"x46". Area 46.5 sq. ft (75 sq. ft with vestibule) Stuffs to 24"x7". Weight: 8lb. 11oz. 2nds, minor blems. Taiwan.


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About The North Face

Believe it or not, The North Face story didn’t begin on a high-altitude ascent. It actually began in San Francisco at less than 200 feet above sea level. However, what started as a neighborhood mountaineering shop has since evolved into an industry-leading, award-winning outdoor equipment and apparel brand. Since its inception more than 40 years ago, The North Face has grown to include clothing and gear designed for nearly every type of adventure, from alpine skiing to backpacking to trail running. Today, The North Face jackets and pants are chosen by world-class athletes, and The North Face rugged boots help carry explorers through the toughest terrain, from the icy slopes of Everest to Utah’s Green River basin.