Mountain Hardwear Trango 2 Tent - 2-Person, 4-Season

Closeouts. Offering Direct Connection technology that secures the tent body, frame and fly at each guy point for outstanding stability in high winds, Mountain Hardwear's Trango 2 tent is a capable all-season shelter for mountaineering expeditions and winter camping.

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  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Son of the Wind from NewJersey on Saturday, July 19, 2014
    The standard four-season tent

    Very compact and good fabric

    Very well used.

    Do not hesitate, if you buy one

    When you worry and stress waiting for the referee.

    Just select.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Long John from Northern California on Thursday, May 29, 2014
    Even though I already had a Marmot Thor 2 four season tent I could not resist the STP sale price of $300 for a MH Trango 2 tent. This tent is easy to set up, will tolerate high winds, is storm proof and is spacious for two average size people. For more complete descriptions view some of the video reviews from professional expedition guides that are posted on Enjoy.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by T from IN on Tuesday, May 13, 2014
    have not took it out yet, heading to Colorado in a week though, set it up well built and very sound. easy to set up only downside is a bit heavy but for a 4 season its light
  • Reviewed by Zoltarswim from California on Sunday, April 27, 2014
    I took this up Whitney in late April. We faced harsh winds (60 mph) one morning. The winds were strong enough to pull the rocks our guy lines were tied to. The tent did not fail. The tent is very strong and the pole design is very smart.
    1) Strong
    2) Lots of pockets
    3) Two vestibules with a moderate amount of space
    4) Lots of guy out points
    5) Adequate venting when there is a breeze
    6) Fairly easy set up (without guy outs)
    7) Spacious (You can fit three people in here. It was very spacious with two average sized guys)
    8) Dual walled and appears like it can handle a good beating

    1) The doors don't open all the way. It forces you to exit on one side of the tent to keep from tripping over the bathtub floor. This becomes a problem when your climbing partner is sleeping. It also blocks the view of the person on the non-zip side. (kept me from seeing the moon or ridge line from my sleeping bag.

    2) There is only one tie back per door. They should have two so that the door doesn't unwind during alpine wind. I had to keep re-rolling the door to keep things neat and tidy.

    3) The dual pole clips are kind of stupid. I wish they had used a traditional carabiner style spring loaded clip instead of the wire gate which clips on the outside of the 'biner. Although it was durable and didn't fail during my use, it was difficult to use and slowed my setup and take down time.

    4) There is an area of the roof that isn't peaked. The area nearest the front door has very little pitch when the fly is on it. Though this was not a problem because I didn't encounter heavy snow or rain, it might be a problem down the road. I will need to take special care when pitching to make sure this area is taut.

    5) This thing is heavy
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