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About The North Face Moraine 33 Tent

The Moraine 33 is a spacious three-person tent with excellent ventilation

This product can only be shipped to U.S. addresses.

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This product has a limited lifetime warranty.
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The North Face Moraine 33 Tent Features

  • Sprawling three-person, three-season tent with two doors. A popular choice for backpackers and campers alike.
  • DAC Press-fit aluminum poles
  • Fusion pitch
  • True bucket floor
  • Free-standing design with front vestibule
  • Color-coded canopy and flysheet webbing
  • Clipped poles and large mesh panels provide ample air circulation between canopyand fly
  • Two D-shaped doors
  • Fly-only pitching
  • Internal pockets and hang loops
  • Compatible with The North Face¦ #2 Gear Loft
  • Stuffsack included

The North Face Moraine 33 Tent Specifications

3 Person
Minimum Weight
7 lbs 14 oz
Packaged Weight
8 lbs 11 oz
Packed Size
22 in. x 8 in.
Tent Area
49 ft.
Vestibule Area
15 ft.
Number of Poles
Pole Type
DAC Featherlite Aluminum Poles
Floor Material
70 denier, 210T nylon taffeta coated with 5000 mm PU
Tent Canopy Material
70 denier, 190T nylon taffeta
Fly Material
75 denier, 185T polyester ripstop coated with 1500 mm PU
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Good all rounder

By Steve the Hillbillie

from London UK

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  • Comfortable
  • Fly Works Well
  • Spacious
  • Sturdy
  • Waterproof


  • Setup not easy
  • Slightly Heavy

Best Uses

  • Backpacking
  • Car Camping
  • Hiking

Comments about The North Face Moraine 33 Tent:

The Moraine 33 I own is the BX version I got as a prototype from North Face. As a 3 season tent it's almost perfect, it's easy enough to put up once you get the hang of the pole order and ventilation is amazing with almost no condensation. It has survived heavy downpours with only a minor leak near the door seam of the main vestible.

One con of this tent is that it's totally asymetric making it a pain to put up in the dark or high wind. It also doesn't handle 3 season wind very well unless pitched near perfectly. Try to find the most sheltered sites possible. The footprint is also useful if camping on rough groung and scrub as the groundsheet is extremely thin and there will be moisture under your sleeping mat in the mornings regardless, uless footprint is used.

All in all an extremely good tent. I have used it on Skiddaw in the Lake District in late November with gusty wind and hail and was very secure.

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