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Marmot Halo 6P Tent

by Marmot

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120" L x 120" W x 81" H
  • DAC DA17 Poles
  • Zip Open / Close Canopy Panels
  • Full Coverage Fly
  • Two Doors / Two Vestibules
  • Fully Seam Taped Fly
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Product Description

When you really need space and head room, the Halo 6P delivers. The innovative Halo pole structure creates spacious outdoor living. Tent Floor Material: 70d 100% Nylon PU 3000mm W/R, F/R. Tent Canopy Material: 68d 100% Polyester Ripstop,F/R. Tent Fly Material: 68d 100% Polyester Ripstop 1800mm, W/R, F/R.

Product Details

Color: Orange | Size: 120" L x 120" W x 81" H
  • Item Weight: 18.6 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 22 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000OR5PS6
  • Item model number: 2723-9198-ONE
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #640,642 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

Camping is the only way to see, really see, our National Parks.
Hank Stites
So to close the outer door fully, I have to open the inner tent door and then get on hands and knees to stretch my arms way out with hands on the ground.
yogiyoda
I would highly recommend to anyone looking for a high quality family tent.
Mrwonderful

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Luous, IL on May 24, 2014
Color Name: OrangeSize Name: 120" L x 120" W x 81" H Verified Purchase
This review refers to a 2011, purchased brand new, and summarizing nearly 3 years and tens of setups. I would not recommend it if you are to use it vastly.
Over the years, I have used misc trekking and camping equipment from several brands, including tents of different brands and uses - and this was my first Marmot purchase. I choose this tent, as I wanted a sturdy large tent, of high quality, able to used even in windy conditions (with proper setting of course), to be used reliably a descent amount of years. Unfortunately it already fails. It is a good tent in many ways, however there are several faults which I would not have expected at this price range and brand.

On the positive side - spacious due to its unique "halo" design, reinforced at several places (corners etc.), the aluminum poles appears of quality, the side air vents are useful, the vestibules are quite spacious for equipment and there are tons of pockets.

Drawbacks:
- Poles - On 3rd setup the poles bent!. It appears many other owners have met the problem. I believe this is because of a miscalculation of the force upon the poles of the inner tent fabric before putting the clips on. The bent increased over time - and not in high wind conditions. This is the main drawback of the tent, as I suspect it will not perform properly in high windy conditions.
- Fly: 1. On both sides it is too high from the floor, meaning wind crawls inside easily. 2. Not properly sized to inner layer, some slight mismatches. 3. Some Velcro and guy lines points should be slightly reallocated.
- Straps - after a few trips straps began to fail - one detached after the ~10th use, the seams of 2 more are breaking loose.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By harley q on May 5, 2012
after years of buying cheap store bought tents (ala eureka or coleman), i finally wised up and bought a Marmot Halo 6p. The tent is bombproof. I put it up a day before a nor'easter and it totally was dry and secure. Excellent ventilation and plenty of room not only in the vestibules but inside as well, as this is a 10x10ft tent. The halo feature really makes the walls 'vertical'. So easy to put up and take down.

Watch my video on the tent too! [...]
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Mrwonderful on August 6, 2011
I have only had the chance to set up in my backyard, but so far, appears to be a great tent. Thoughtful placement of items, such as multiple, large storage areas on both sides. Side vents are in a good place too. Very easy to set up. I set up by myself in a few minutes. Poles seem to be larger than I am used to, but this is good, because they seem very sturdy. I would highly recommend to anyone looking for a high quality family tent.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Hank Stites on February 22, 2014
Color Name: OrangeSize Name: 120" L x 120" W x 81" H
To date I have camped in my Marmot almost 30 nights: 7 at Yellowstone, 13 at The South Rim and 4 in Death Valley and 4 in Canyon De Chelly. When I arrived at Yellowstone on June 1, 2013 at the Canyon Campground, I had just got the tent out of my car, when it started snowing and the wind kicked up. Never-the-less, I had no problem putting up this tent all my by myself despite the weather. As long as you stake it out, with just enough slack to allow for the tension of the poles, get your poles ready before hand, put one side into the metal rings, slid the poles through, be sure to hold on to the tubes the poles slid through; because, as you push the pole through that part of the tent wants to lift up, so keep it down by holding on to it. Once you get the main poles in everything else is easy. Lots of room with tons of head room. I've weathered several monsoon days at The Grand Canyon, when I've come back to The Mather Campground and saw other people's tents in the trees, their stuff being eaten and scattered by the Crows, and my Marmot was standing like a little Kentucky Log Cabin! All my stuff was dry. Out here in The Southwest we rarely have to use the rain fly and the view of the night sky through the ceiling of my Halo 6 is outstanding. I was up at Canyon de Chelly several months ago and I was just amazed at the night sky. Just booked 7 nights (June 6th thru 13th) at Yellowstone. I don't care what the weather does; because, I know my Marmot Halo 6 can handle it. Remember this from a old camper. When you buy a tent, you get what you pay for. Yes, the Marmot Halo 6 is expensive; but, do the math. My bill for 7 nights in Yellowstone at The Canyon Campground is $234 bucks. People who are staying at the Lodges are paying 500 bucks a night. Camping is the only way to see, really see, our National Parks.
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