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Product Highlights:

  • 50D Polyester ripstop
  • Body and vestibule hang loops
  • Drop door with upper mesh zipper
  • DryWall fabric
  • Reflective Kevlar guylines

About The North Face Assault 2 Expedition Tent

The North Face Assault 2 Expedition Tent
The North Face Assault 2 Expedition Tent is a great way to go camping with a friend. It is made from 50D polyester ripstop that is lightweight and coated with durable water-repellent (DWR), for effective waterproofing. The single-skin drywall fabric provides improved breathability, to give you a fresh environment. This tent uses reverse Combi poles to help you maximize the floor space. The drop door with its upper mesh zipper, gives the tent plenty of ventilation. The included removable vestibule is spacious and ideal for storing your extra gear. There are reflective Kevlar guylines and glow-in-the-dark zipper pulls, to help you set up this tent wherever you want, even in the darkness. A built-in gear loft keeps all your equipment close by and organized. For carefree nights spent camping, choose The North Face Assault 2 Expedition Tent.

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The North Face Assault 2 Expedition Tent Features

  • Body and vestibule hang loops
  • Built-in gear loft
  • Four fabric snow stakes included
  • Drop door with upper mesh zipper
  • Reflective Kevlar¦ guylines and glow-in-the-dark zipper pulls
  • DryWallˆ proprietary single skin
  • Removable 33D siliconated nylon vestibule

The North Face Assault 2 Expedition Tent Specifications

Season
4
Capacity
2
Packaged Weight
4 lbs. 11 oz. , 3 lbs.10 oz. without vestibule
Tent Area
26 sq. ft.
Vestibule Area
6.8 sq. ft.
Floor Material
50D 270T nylon taffeta, 2.3 oz/yd², 3000 mm PU coating
Tent Canopy Material
50D polyester ripstop, 1.9 oz/yd²,1200 mm hydrostatic head,24h MVTR (ASTM E96B)
Fly Material
33D 244T nylon ripstop, 1.8 oz/yd² (62 g/m²), 1500 mm PU coating
Netting Material
20D polyester no-seeum mesh
Water-resistant
Yes
Construction
Single-wall
Removable vestibule
Yes
Built-in gear loft
Yes
Drop door
Yes
Upper mesh zipper
Yes
Included
Four fabric snow stakes
Mfr #
SKU
NFCTA2

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5.0

Great attack tent for solo climbing

By DACUS

from Ridgewood, NJ

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Pros

  • Compact and Simple
  • Easy To Set Up
  • Lightweight
  • Strong enough for Freeze
  • Sturdy
  • Waterproof
  • Windproof

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Backpacking
    • High altitute
    • Mountaineering

    Comments about The North Face Assault 2 Expedition Tent:

    It has been long period of searches for the product like this. It was not only limited US product, but through out the world. This product has very reasonable prices, good design and excellent functions then similar products in US market. I used this product personally and reviewed with recommendation for my colleagues to use Himalayan high altitude experiment.

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    Shopper  Why Did You Choose This?
    RICHARD P  Unlike other tents in this class (eg., BD Firstlight) this tent has pole sleeves. This adds strength and structure to resist winds without additional guying. The weight is 3lb11oz without the vestibule, light enough but not ultralight. Also, got a great deal at Sunny!
    eddy d  I would like to know how the vents ( if any ) are protected from rain/snow entering? Is this tent an icebox compared with a double skin tent? Is condensation a problem in cold weather?
    MIKE H  There are vents on the front and rear with small awnings that have mesh and fabric zip up panels. When open, they'll keep out rain and snow in mild wind conditions. This is primarily a high altitude, lightweight tent to use with or without the vestibule. With the vents open, it breathes very well and condensation is held to a minimum. Don't expect any tent, when closed up, to stay dry. I have only used it solo and while venting, it provides the best compromise of dryness and air movement to allow your insulating gear to do their jobs. I'm 5'10", 165 lbs. and it makes for a roomy solo shelter with all my gear inside. It would be a snug fit for two people, but a great weight saving option for multi day summit bids. I used it in very high winds on a glacier, bending it enought to drop socks off of the upper shelf and it held up great... just had to tie the vestibule zipper closed!
    Shopper  Does this tent have a footprint available?
    KYO H  Yes. According to the North Face. I saw the picture and price from there, but I used my large size Poncho with modification, because I did not want to carry extra weight in my backpack for foot print only. I purchased 5/8" packaged Eyelet tool comes with 4 sets of eyelets from Michel's for $6 (Size - 5/8") to make four punched hole on each corners and hole can be secured. Brand name was Sewing Basket. Those eyelets were just perfect fit with tent pole. Even though I used several tent before, I recommend this is one of really perfect attack tent for four seasons with good price. You will enjoy and not regret for good price.
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