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Overview

About Marmot Ajax 3 Tent - 3-Person, 3-Season

Closeouts. Dependable and easy to set up, Marmot's Ajax 3 tent minimizes weight by keeping things simple yet highly functional. Mesh panels provide optimal ventilation and a Catenary Cut floor lifts seams off the ground for full waterproof protection in nasty weather.

Specs

Specs about Marmot Ajax 3 Tent - 3-Person, 3-Season

  • Seasons: 3-Season
  • Capacity: 3-Person
  • Packed weight: 6 lb. 2 oz.
  • Pack size: 23x7-1/2"
  • Peak height: 46"
  • Floor dimensions: 93x66"
  • Floor area: 42 sq.ft.
  • Tent floor material: Nylon
  • Number of doors: 2
  • Number of vestibules: 2
  • Vestibule area: 19 sq.ft.
  • Number of poles: 3
  • Tent pole material: DAC® aluminum
  • Tent wall material: Polyester
  • Rain fly material: Polyester
  • Stakes: Aluminum
  • Stuff sack: Yes
  • Recommended use: Backpacking
  • Made in China
  • Prop 65: This product may contain a chemical or substance known to the state of California to potentially cause reproductive harm
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  • Cannot ship to Australia
  • Cannot ship to New Zealand

Reviews

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4.608695 5 Overall Rating: 4.6 Based on 184 reviews

Most Helpful 5-Star Review

Verified Buyer Reviewed by Craig in the mtns from mtns of PA on Sunday, June 17, 2012
Used the tent this weekend for the first time. Very easy to set-up. Very packable for an adventure motorcycle. Weather was good, so I don't know about ability in the rain, but all of the tent seams appear to be of high quality.

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Question & Answer

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  • “How many pieces/segements are each of the poles in? Roughly how long are each of the pole pieces/segements?”
    Asked by JennyJo from Tennessee on 6/12/2017 7:34:03 PM
    • Each pole assembly consists of 8 segments of about 22" that are held together by an internal elastic band. The segments fit end to end to create a pole of approximately 165" total length. All it takes are these two assemblies crossing at the mid point to set the tent up. It's extremely easy and we love it.
      Answered on 6/13/2017 4:00:02 PM by MichaelDSikora from Ohio
    • The poles break down into 8 pieces approximately 22" each.
      Answered on 6/15/2017 8:29:48 AM by Product Specialist Greg from Sierra Trading Post
  • “Is it a problem that the tent doesn't have a footprint? Is the bottom waterproof or do I need a tarp?”
    Asked by Ann the Hiker from Minnesota on 5/29/2017 7:22:05 PM
    • The floor is waterproof but I ordered a footprint from gofastlite to protect the bottom from rocks, twigs, etc.
      Answered on 5/29/2017 8:18:53 PM by MichaelDSikora from Ohio
    • According to information listed under the product Overview, this item has a fully waterproof floor with taped seams lifted off the ground.
      Answered on 5/30/2017 9:13:39 AM by Product Specialist Greg from Sierra Trading Post
  • “One review said the length was 86" and not 93" as advertised. Is the width truly 63"? I want this for a roomy 2 person camp tent.”
    Asked by Brett A from Washington on 9/4/2016 12:54:07 PM
    • No, most tents have "bathtub floors" where the seams rise off the ground to protect the floor from water. The measurements listed on tents are frequently seam to seam. This is the case with this tent, as it's not really 63" across unless the bathtub floor were laid flat. I measured, and I forget what it was exactly, but the ground width is less than 63.
      That said, it's a super roomy two person tent and a pretty great deal. (Wide and long sleeping mats are generally 25" wide, more standard backcountry mats are 20" wide. Extra extra extra wide mats are 30" wide, so you would easily be able to fit two of any of these in the tent, and there is ample vestibule room for packs and gear, as well as room inside the tent for gear/clothing making a mess etc.)
      Answered on 9/4/2016 1:22:03 PM by hike bike cook from Seattle
    • I use this as a 1 person camp tent and wouldn't call it "roomy". You might also want to note that you have to really bend over to get in and out with the extra vestibule in front of you. I have the tent packed up presently but will be using it in a few weeks to go camping. I really enjoy it but wish I had paid more attention to the height inside and the opening for getting in and out. I do enjoy it and wouldn't have any other tent right now. I use a single air mattress that fits inside with not much room for other stuff. You might want to rethink using it as a roomy 2 person tent, unless we are talking about a different model tent.
      Answered on 9/4/2016 5:27:31 PM by Happy Camper from Florida
    • I don't have the tent handy to measure the dimensions, but like you, I bought this tent intending it to be a roomy 2 person tent. I used it several times this past summer (me at 6'4" with my son who is 5'9") and it did suffice. We kept out backpacks outside under the vestibules. I was impressed with the tent but don't have much experience. I was hoping it might fit a third person too next year (another one of my boys who might be around 5' then), but it might be too snug. We'll see.
      Answered on 9/4/2016 8:10:20 PM by Bunkman from Montana
    • I measured about the same - 86" x 63". I would consider it roomy. Have only used it for 2 people so far on several backpacking and several camping trips and have had plenty of room to set up bedrolls and store our stuff/backpacks inside with us. Will be using it for 3 people at the end of the month.
      Answered on 9/7/2016 8:08:11 PM by FB from Wisconsin
  • “hello is the whole tent mosquito netting? thats what im looking for. Just want to make sure thanks”
    Asked by rick from california on 11/3/2015 1:46:44 PM
    • the "bathtub" floor is solid, but, as in the picture, the whole tent upper is mosquito netting. It comes with a waterproof rain fly. If the weather is nice, its absolutely super to sleep without the rain fly and see the stars. We love ours.
      Answered on 11/3/2015 2:06:20 PM by hike bike cook from PNW
    • Not the entire tent. Id say it's 90% mosquito netting, that's really durible and flexible - to a certain extent ..obv. the bottom is a different material. Which is also strong and durible. Slept in snow in Yosemite a few weeks ago (north dome) and it was great.
      Answered on 11/3/2015 2:55:38 PM by Jose C from CALIFORNIA
    • It is true to the picture. The entire top portion is a mosquito netting and the bottom is a waterproof solid material. Then there is the rain fly. I hope this answers your question.
      Answered on 11/7/2015 4:21:53 AM by VMS from Iceland
    • Yes, it is!
      Answered on 11/10/2015 9:16:21 PM by The Outddors Girl from Upper Peninsla of Michigan
  • “On my first trip with this tent, it rained hard for a day and a night. At end of my trip, I found the surface of the rainfly became very sticky. The inside seems fine. I don't have much knowledge about tent. Is this normal? Can I remove the stickiness of the rainfly by washing it? Why would it become sticky? I saw people mentioning the wearing of waterproof material. But its just first time use. It was brand new and I purchased it on STP.”
    Asked by Bike to work from CA on 7/11/2015 11:08:10 AM

About Marmot

Conceived in a university dorm room by a pair of climbing buddies, Marmot Mountain Works first opened its doors in the spring of 1974 in Grand Junction, Colorado. At the time, the base of operations was a 100-year-old stone building. That same year, the first Marmot down jacket was produced specifically for an action flick called “The Eiger Sanction,” starring legendary actor Clint Eastwood. In the four decades since, Marmot has continued to engineer reliable gear that exceeds the expectations of outdoor athletes. Today, Marmot tents, backpacks, outerwear, clothing and Marmot sleeping bags are still pushing the limits in the planet’s most challenging conditions, from the summits of the world’s highest mountains to the deepest river basins.