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Comfortable for camping, lightweight for backpacking.
The North Face's lightweight Triarch 3 Tent has a surprising amount of internal space for backpackers and campers alike. Its lightweight, freestanding architecture features vaulted arches at the head and footbox as well as vertical side walls for plenty of moving space. The North Face made the walls out of ultralight ripstop and breathable no-see-through mesh, and the PU-coated fly and floor protect the inside from moisture and abrasion.
The Triarch also features double doors and vestibules for convenient entry and storage for both you and your backpacking buddies. The North Face integrated ample tabs inside for hanging gear, wet clothes, and the included gear loft. The added footprint keeps the inside liveable even when it's rainy and muddy out.
- PU-coated fly and floor
- Ripstop walls with large mesh panels
- Vaulted head and footbox with vertical side walls
- Double doors and vestibules
- Ample tabs
- Gear loft and footprint included
- Q & A
Great tent, or should I say house!
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
Purchased this tent as a replacement for my North Face Talus 3 tent (which was lost by an airline unfortunately). Awesome tent so far. Extremely spacious and the headroom is unparalleled. Plentiful gear lofts located all over the inside. Vestibules are large, and the rain fly works great. We were in a massive downpour just last weekend and the tent did great. Kept us warm and dry.
Tent is quite light for a 3 man (a full pound lighter than the Talus) and looks awesome. The poles were slightly confusing the first time I set it up but once I figured it out no problem. Highly recommended!