Dual doors allow easy entry and exit with vestibule storage space around both doors. $145 (25) Eureka! I … Marmot Tungsten 2P Tent. Marmot Otherwise, I find the Limelight all around more enjoyable to live with. Durable seam-taped fabrics and a coated polyester taffeta floor round out the details that make life on the trail easier. Marmot Our Canadian testers weathered 50-mph wind gusts and almost 3 inches of overnight rain on Nova Scotia’s Cape Chignecto when a storm from Hurricane Matthew blew through their campsite. Marmot Tungsten UL 3P. I really like the Tungsten. It's a breeze to set up, too. It is not like you are going to change with the fly off, even if their is hardly any mesh, people might look at you. This tent has plenty of room with volume-optimizing design and pre-bend for maximum sleeping space.

Tungsten ‘s top and %70 of its sidewall are with mesh to provide breathability, while Fortress only has 2 small vents and mesh doors for ventilation. Marmot Force 2P vs Tungsten 2P I am getting ready to get a new lighter tent, and had decided on the Marmot Tungsten 2P as it was lighter than my old tent and within my $250 budget. Marmot Catalyst Tent: 2-Person 3-Season. It's a breeze to set up, too. Can't speak for the Force (though generally REI makes good stuff) but I have the Tungsten and love it. Marmot Catalyst Tent: 2-Person 3-Season. Marmot Tungsten 2P Tent. $225 - $299 (20) Kelty Grand Mesa 2. Its pole structure creates the most volume from its dimensions and the large doors are really accommodating for taller folks as well. Footprint included. Marmot Limelight 3 vs MSR Elixir 3 vs Nemo Galaxi 3 I know the weights on these tents aren't UL but they wont be used for any crazy long trips at this point. Of course, all seams are taped for ultimate water resistance. Marmot Space Wing Shelter : 2-Person 3-Season. Truly a backpacker's tent: the Tungsten blends durability, roominess and intuitive livable designs to create a tent that will log mile after mile with you. They had a new Marmot Tungsten 3 set-up, which has the same dimensions as the Marmot Limelight 3 so I had a chance to crawl in and test it out.

Highlighting the Marmot Tungsten. Press enter for more information. Most tent campers worry about condensation, but Marmot has thought of that for Tungsten too. Not a big deal for me. The floor of the Tungsten is cleverly created to keep out water, thanks to its U-shaped construction. Can't speak for the Force (though generally REI makes good stuff) but I have the Tungsten and love it.