Snow Peak’s Entry-Level Tent Is A Spacious 5-Man Basecamp

Sep 9, 2019

Category: Gear

Snow Peak has always been able to masterfully blend style and substance across their catalog of outdoor offerings. And, as it turns out, that extends to their entry-level options, too, as evidenced by their new Entry Pack TS tent.

Roomy enough for five adults to sleep comfortably, this is less a camping tent and more a mobile mansion. And it’s a good deal more than just a sleep space, as well, boasting a roomy vestibule that doubles as a social, community area. The whole structure is also PU-coated for extra water-resistance, has UV-proofing to protect you and yours from the sun’s harmful rays, and the whole massive rig weighs just 17.6 pounds in total. Pick up this movable basecamp now for $1,100.

Purchase: $1,100

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