Mountain Hardwear Space Station Tent

Jan 22, 2016

Category: Gear

Let’s face it — the tent you’re currently using as a base camp shelter feels like a sardine can, and you can feel the wind howling against it. Maybe it’s time to consider the Mountain Hardwear Space Station Tent, a tent built tough out of burly nylon taffeta and industry-leading Paleria DAC Pressfit poles.

The poles ensure that the tent can stand up to strong winds, as the poles don’t bend. The double-walled tent has a 15-person capacity, and it has three doors so that you never feel cramped inside its walls. It has a zippered top thru-vent to let out steam, and scattered about the tent are ten adjustable vents for an adjustable airflow. When fully opened and set up, it offers 254 square ft of floor space. It all fits inside a rugged duffel bag for easy transportation. The all-season tent is available for $5,500. [Purchase]

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