About Mountainsmith Celestial Tent - 2-Person, 3-Season
Closeouts. Mountainsmith drew on their backcountry knowledge to create the Celestial tent, a versatile, 3-season performer featuring Yunnan aluminum poles that provide 25% more strength than titanium poles.
Specs about Mountainsmith Celestial Tent - 2-Person, 3-Season
- Seasons: 3-Season
- Capacity: 2-Person
- Packed weight: 5 lb. 3 oz.
- Pack size: 18x7-1/2"
- Peak height: 43"
- Floor dimensions: 92x56"
- Floor area: 35 sq. ft. sq.ft.
- Bathtub floor: Yes
- Tent floor material: 75 denier polyester with 5000mm polyurethane coating
- Number of doors: 2
- Number of vestibules: 2
- Vestibule area: 17 sq. ft. sq.ft.
- Number of poles: 2
- Tent pole material: Aluminum alloy
- Tent wall material: 68 denier polyester
- Rain fly material: 68 denier polyester ripstop with 2000mm polyurethane coating
- Stakes: Aluminum
- Stuff sack: Yes
- Recommended use: Backpacking
- Made in China
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Mountainsmith Celestial Tent - - - 4.5 stars rounded up
Where Used - - - - - Lower Mt. Hood, Pacific Coast, and Eastern Oregon High Desert.
TLDR - - - - - - - - - -Great Tent. Well sewn, goo... Read More
Reviewed by Susan from Virginia on Thursday, August 24, 2017
I bought three of these tents. We used them to camp out the night before the solar eclipse in Hopkinsville, KY. The three of us had our own tent. We all slept well. The temps were in the low/ mid 70's. There was 100% humidity. I fully had my vestibules zipped up. I had my door mesh window unzipped, and early on in the night, I zipped open a small opening in the door near my face to let in more air. Later in the night, I zipped up the door, and the window. I used a sheet when I felt cooler in the night. (Also, I had a cotton blanket; sheet was mostly used). I had no condensation in the tent. The other two tents worked equally as well. My tent had good space for all the extra things I brought. The vestibule is good, but, I also recently bought a Vaude Campo 3 from STP, and I am really impressed with the vestibules of that tent; however, inside would be cramp for three ( for me, great). Of all the tents I own, (Big Agnes, Vaude, ) I chose Mountainsmith out of them all for this camp out because of it's overall features. I was very happy with it's performance, it's ease to put up/take down, and packability.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Colorado 14R from Colorado on Tuesday, August 15, 2017First set up was in the rain, easy to use, color coded poles, easy clips for the tent, fly goes on easily. We spent 3 days in the rain, really like access doors on both sides, no crawling over your mate to get out. Came home and bought another one just in case we need another tent with friends.
Reviewed by mendozai from Chicago on Friday, July 14, 2017There was enough room for my boyfriend and I plus our packs. I love the 2 vestibules. Easy to set-up. I docked a star because the storage bag ripped at first use and tent doesn't come with footprint. Lightweight so great for travel, a little on the heavy side for backpacking I think.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Jimmy Jam from Nashville on Monday, June 12, 2017I studied tents for a week or so. I was after 2 doors, 2 vestibules, and between 5 and 6 lbs. I kept coming back to this tent. I ordered this tent and road tested it this past weekend at Big South Fork. Set up is easy, and inside has enough room for 2. The length of the tent allowed us to store our packs on 1 end. I gave it a 4 because it was a perfect night with no rain. It appears that it will shed water, as the fly extends out over the entire tent, but you never know until it rains. So far I am pleased.
Reviewed by DesertCamper from California on Monday, April 24, 2017I bought this tent for backpacking with our Boy Scout Troop. I used it for the first time at a Scout camping event, and was so pleased with it. We camped on a ridge in the desert. A wind storm came in the second night, and this tent handled it beautifully. No whipping around like the other tents in camp were doing, just a little shaking.
Setup was simple. Seasoned campers were commenting on how easy it looked. The design on the inside was brilliant - just the right number and size of mesh pockets, with loops at the top for my lightweight lantern. I'm six feet tall, and I was able to fit in the tent with an air mattress with room on all four sides.
My son was jealous. He's outgrown his child-sized tent, so I'm back to purchase a Celestial for his birthday. Mountainsmith is my new favorite brand.
Question & Answer
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This item does not come with a footprint. We do not sell one separately.
There was not a footprint with this tent. I don't know if there is one sold separately, but I plan to make one with a tarp or heavy drop cloth plastic.
According to information listed under the product Specs: Packed weight: 5 lb. 3 oz.
Packed for the trail was under 6 pounds not including footprint
“Hey, just wondering. Does this tent have any interior gear pockets or loops for a gear loft? Thanks!”
The tent does have gear pockets.
Yes, it has pockets and a gear loft!
It has many gear pockets and has a floating ceiling vestibule
“The tent I received has a seam on the floor where it meets the start of the wall. I thought a "bathtub" by your definition means no seams on the floor?”
no, bathtub designs means the floor goes up on all 4 sides - like a tub - majority of tents have seams on the floor. As long as they are taped, it's all good