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Mountainsmith Morrison 2 Person 3 Season Tent (Citron Green)

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  • Freestanding three-season, two-person tent recently recognized with 2011 Backpacker Gear Guide "Killer Deal" and "Killer Value" awards
  • Bathtub floor with taped seams to keep interior dry; two-pole design and color-coded fly attachment system, with instructions printed on stuff sack for quick reference
  • 185T polyester rainfly with 2,000-millimeter-rated polyurethane coating, 190T polyester floor with 5,000-millimeter-rated polyurethane coating, breathable 185T polyester tent material, and 30-denier 244T nylon storage sack
  • 35 square feet of main floor space and 14 square feet of vestibule space; measures 56 by 43 by 92 inches (W x H x D) when set up and 7.5 by 18 inches (W x D) packed; four-pound, 11-ounce weight
  • Includes limited lifetime manufacturer's warranty
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Product Description

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Convenient, water-resistant stuff sacks include convenient assembly instructions printed right on the bag.
Outdoor outfitter Mountainsmith has been designing rugged, versatile tents for more than 30 years. The new two-person, three-season Morrison tent is another solid addition to the line, and was recently recognized with the 2011 Backpacker Gear Guide "Killer Deal" and "Killer Value" awards.

Boasting more than 35 square feet of space, plenty of light, and optimal ventilation thanks to large mesh wall panels, the Morrison additionally features a bathtub floor with taped seams to keep the interior dry. A freestanding, two-pole design and color-coded fly attachment system mean you can set the tent up in minutes, and instructions are conveniently printed on the stuff sack for quick reference. Double vestibules add 14 square feet of dry storage space, while a removable canopy shelf offers an easy-access perch to stow all of those small essentials.

Features

  • Freestanding three-season, two-person tent
  • Two doors and vestibules
  • Bathtub floor construction with taped seams
  • Mesh wall panels for improved ventilation
  • Detachable ceiling loft and interior mesh storage pockets
  • Clip-pole attachment for reduced weight and improved breathability
  • Guyout attachment points
  • Reflective guylines with "tri-glide" cord adjustment
  • Tent fly includes adjustable ventilation windows
  • Color-coded SR tent and fly buckle attachment
  • Multiple grommet pole attachment points
  • 7000 Series aluminum alloy Yunan poles
  • Set-up instructions printed on stuff sack
  • Eight 6061 aluminum-reinforced V-stakes

Materials

  • 185T polyester rainfly with 2,000-millimeter-rated polyurethane coating
  • 190T polyester floor with 5,000-millimeter-rated polyurethane coating
  • Breathable 185T polyester tent material
  • 30-denier, 244T nylon storage sack
  • YKK zippers

Specifications

  • 35 square feet of main floor space
  • 14 square feet of total vestibule space
  • Measures 56 by 43 by 92 inches (W x H x D) when set up
  • Measures 7.5 by 18 inches (W x D) packed
  • Four-pound, 11-ounce weight

Lifetime Warranty
Mountainsmith products include a limited lifetime manufacturer's warranty against defects in materials and workmanship.

Product Description

Morrison is a 3 Season, 2 Person Tent. Weight 4lbs, 11oz.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 43 x 92 x 56 inches ; 4.7 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 5.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: China
  • ASIN: B00452C2IC
  • Item model number: 11-2010-12
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (129 customer reviews)
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Customer Reviews

Very Easy to set up.
Natalia Mancini
Have used this both backpacking and camping now and am very happy with this tent for 2 adults.
Amazon Customer
The vestibules are very small, barely enough room for a pack.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

205 of 207 people found the following review helpful By C. Raymond Tant on July 10, 2011
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I recently started backpacking again after a brief hiatus (3 kids) and realized I needed to update some of my gear. One piece of which was to replace my 22 year old Moss two person 4 season tent (12 lbs). I narrowed my selection down to 4 tent brands (Big Agnes, Sierra Design, MSR and REI) based on size, weight and price. I came across the Morrison tent as a suggested option from Amazon and the sale price caught my eye. I have bought Mountainsmith gear in the past and always liked their quality. Looking at online reviews (found about 40-50, Backpacker Magazine called it the "killer deal for 2011"), most people were very positive about it. Photos and specs gave the impression that it was constructed equivalent to other brands and wasn't a bargain basement, off-brand, big box store cheapo tent. The tent comes in at 4 lb 11 oz, which is about 3/4 lb more than the Big Agnes Copper Spur ($400-$500) and a little less than a half pound more than the REI Quarter Dome ($190) and Sierra Design HT ($279).

I have always had a discriminating taste for outdoor gear (paid $500+ for Moss tent in 92) and most of my buddies don't spare the expense either. So, upon arriving I opened the tent and was still impressed by the quality of the fabric and construction. The tent has two doors and with the fly on it has two vestibules. The tent has a lot of mesh to allow for good airflow on hot nights. However, there is a layer of fabric behind the mesh on both doors. I am not sure why the included it because the fabric and zippers together probably weigh 4-8 oz. I spoke to Mountainsmith and they said the fabric was not structural and could be removed (I am considering). Overall the tent is easy to assemble and has color coded poles to speed up assembly.
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54 of 54 people found the following review helpful By Green_Camper on May 29, 2011
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Being 6'5", it is often difficult to find a lightweight tent that is long enough for my frame--this tent delivers! The description suggests users up to 7' tall--but I think anyone over 6'8" or so would have their head/feet pressed to one end or the other.

Amazingly easy to set up--colour-coding and instructions on the bag--brilliant. Seams appear well sewn and the fly covers well while keeping rain and wind out. The included guy lines would be a useful tool in extreme weather, but I found the tent very stable even in high winds.

On the negative end: The vestibule size is VERY limited I found...I would have liked to see a larger fly to increase vestibule storage area. There is one on each side of the tent (at each door) and likely enough room for a single pack on each side...but barely. Entry and exit from the tent proved difficult with the fly on...but perhaps those with a smaller stature would not experience this negative?

Overall this tent is excellent, and at the current retail price...it's amazing. You can't find a better tent for the money.
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45 of 47 people found the following review helpful By TR on July 27, 2013
I just finished a 6 week camping trip that took me to every state west of Iowa. I toured the National Parks. Here's my review.

1) Cold-The lowest temperature at night was 28 degrees. This tent sleeps approx. 15 degrees warmer then the outside temp. When I packed up the tent I was surprised how much frost was on the inside of the fly. I slept very comfortable. Yes, I packed up the tent wet and did repeatedly over my trip. By the way, this tent weights a ton when wet.

2) Rain-My first go of rain was in Washington at Olympic NP. It rained for about 3 days. The tent stayed dry but I ended up packing up and leaving because I'd never had a tent say dry for longer. The real test was at Guadalupe NP and the general area. It rained for 7 days and not just sprinkling. The first thing that started to leak were the air vents on the fly. Only about a tablespoon came in but when it's dripping on your head it's a little uncomfortable. For the first time, when I packed up my air mattress I notice water under it. Keep in mind this is after using it for a sold 5 weeks. It was put up and down at least 3 times a week as I moved from park to park. As far as I'm concerned, this tent is amazingly dry! Once the vents started leaking I sprayed them with a sealant otherwise nothing was used. I have not camped in the rain since I found water under my air mattress thank goodness it was dry camping after that. One last thing on rain. The fly is waterproof not the tent. If you leave open the vestibule doors and it rains you will have a wet tent. The doors are not waterproof.

3) Heat/Sand- As I mentioned above this tent sleeps about 15 degrees warmer. Now image it is 106 out. While at Zion NP I had a real problem. The first night I woke to sand everywhere in the tent.
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23 of 24 people found the following review helpful By KOKOCLIFFY on July 7, 2011
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I am an avid hiker and a self professed gear hound so needless to say I have owned a few tents. Usually I always go with Sierra Designs models but after the new update in design to a 3 pole system I chose to stray. I detest the new hubs and figure one more piece is one more piece to fail or lose. I love the simplicity of a 2 pole system (older Meteor Light, lightening, Reverse Combi). I chose this tent due to MS's time in the business and own a few of their packs. As far a quality materials and attention to detail the Morrison beat most others hands down. Reflective guylines and zipper pulls, stakes are very good aluminium "V" stakes and not the typical aluminum or steel "nail" stake, canopy and fly fabric feels fantastic. Set up from Amazon box to finished took me just a little over 5 minutes but only 2.5 minutes the next time. Lifetime warranty! Under 5 lbs and 35 sq ft! All for $120.00 with free 2 day shipping! You would easily pay upwards of $400 for all the bells and whistles this tent has from someone else. After much scrutiny I can't find a single flaw in this tent.
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