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ALPS Mountaineering Mystique 2.0 Tent

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  • Lightweight two pole design with 7000 series aluminum poles; 75D 185T polyester fly resists UV damage and stays taut
  • Factory sealed fly and floor seams give best weather protection; 75D 185T poly taffeta floor with 3000mm coating
  • Extra large #8 zippers on door and vestibule; Easy entry and great ventilation with two mesh doors
  • Weatherproof fly provides a vestibule over each door; Fly Vent can be kept open or closed, depending upon the weather
  • Includes 7075 aluminum stakes, guy ropes and mesh storage pocket
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Product Description

The Alps Mystique 2 is a very light 2 person tent. Perfect for the lightweight backwoods traveler and a friend. The Mystique features 2 storage Vestibules for wet or excess gear, 2 side opening doors and a Full Coverage Fly. The seams on the Fly and Floor are Factory Sealed and the shockcorded aluminum poles are strong and stable. With an adjustable Fly Vent and mesh Side and Roof Panels the Mystique will quickly become your go to tent. This 2 pole, non-freestanding Bivy style tent is light, has a small footprint and packs into a small package. It is a great choice to go Fast and Light.Shockcorded Aluminum poles - light, strong, durable are fast and easy to use.Combo sleeve and clip assembly is simple to set up or take down.External Guy Out Loops - keep the tent stable in wind.non Freestanding design is simple to set up and has a small footprint.Mesh Body & Roof Panels increase ventilation and comfort.2 Mesh Storage Pockets.Fly Vent can be open or closed for Adjustable Ventilation.Extra Large #8 Zippers on Door and Vestibule are sturdy and easy to grip.Post and grommet pole/tent connection.All carry bags, aluminum stakes included.Import.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 19 x 7 x 6 inches ; 5.8 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 5.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B00J53WM7M
  • Item model number: ALPS Mountaineering
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (43 customer reviews)
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By M. Taylor on August 7, 2012
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This tent is great for exactly what it is advertized for. 3 season and 2 person.
There are some tents out there that seem better but are much more money. This tent is great for its price.

It is:
Quick to set up.
Light weight (for its price)
Simple
Reasonably compact when packed (for its price)

I actually wish it were a bit smaller inside. That is because my boyfriend and I are usually hiking off trail where there are not big spots; none the less, we manage to find spots and are happy with its size. The extra room allows us to fit both of us, our gear and a farting dog (our friend's black lab).
I did see some people complain about not having enough space. I guess if you wanted to use big sleeping mats and were both very large and tall it might be tight. Or if you are against somewhat tight spaces or perhaps have a desire to roll around like you are in a king sized bed. :-P
Anyhow, to give your our sizes, my boyfriend is 5'8' and 150lbs and I am 5'7 125lbs. The dog is probably 70lbs. We fit very well.
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I bought this tent for a backpacking trip to the Bighorns this coming June. I have already used it 3 times in Minnesota. Last weekend I was on the edge of the B.W.C.W.A and endured a night of 40-45 mph winds with pouring rain. The tent performed perfectly. The wedge design allows you to point the wedge toward the wind, therefore cutting it's power on the tent. I was perfectly dry. It sets up in minutes and packs loosely in the bag so you don't have to be some magical tent roller when trying to pack up in the cold, wind or rain. On the downside the vestibules are tiny, big enough for your boots only. And as far as two man, no way unless you have no trouble sleeping on top of each other. I will be mainly using this as a 1 man tent.
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Used this in the GSMNP for a few days with swinging weather and stood up well. Floor got a little damp so a foot print would be advised, nothing a shammy couldn't handle. Its no ultra light, but I like the extra room and can handle the little extra. Easy up and easy down, I can do both blindfolded (good exercise) in about 5 min. Recommended.
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Phenomenal tent. Packs light. Easy set up. Plenty of room for me and my motorcycle gear. Love the vestibules, makes for easy entrance to tent and space to keep boots/shoes or other items. Plenty of ventilation and perfect for any weather. I was out in ~32 degree weather and felt great in the tent along with my mummy bag.
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Pros: Was looking for a light weight 2 person tent to replace my old coleman that would be just easier to set up. Used this twice now. Once on a overnight canoe trip and the 2nd just last weekend on a 3 day/2 night in the great smoky mountains. Over all I'm pretty satisfied. Great for summer cause there's so much ventilation with the fine net meshing. It's fairly easy to set up even though it's not a free standing. Yes NOT FREE STANDING. It must be staked all around for it to stay up correctly which this was my first experience with a Non free standing and I have to admit I liked it. There was plenty of room for me and my buddy and our gear inside but we both are under 5'9 and 160 lbs each. There's plenty of room to store stuff outside the tent but under the tarp since the rain fly extends farther than the tent. I liked how the rain fly is a separate piece as well and can be adjusted. The 2 sided doors were awesome since we each could get in and out without disturbing each other.

Cons: On our 2nd night, we did get stuck in a huge thunderstorm. Im sure if we were in grass or a different area we would of been fine but since it was just dirt, there was a lot of water around us outside the tent and since the tarp kind hangs a little above the ground, rain kind of splashed inside through the mesh. I feel walls should be a little higher to accommodate that. I also had a problem with one of the zippers getting stuck but finally got it fixed but after I realized water was getting in from it. There was a little moisture as well coming in around the seams but not enough to really create puddles. Granted we really got dumped on with some rain all night so it was quite a test for it. We had to bring our packs inside the fly wings to keep all our stuff from getting wet.
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Taken this camping many times. I have had it through high winds in NV desert and in the mountains of Yosemite and I love it. It is small and lightweight and fits two people comfortably as long as you have no other gear in the tent (1 adult and 1 kid, or husband and wife, I am 5'8"). Packs and some gear can fit under the rainfly but still be outside the tent. I would really like to see how it preforms in the snow, but even with water proofing it before use with some kiwi water proofing spray I would bring a tarp to put under it just in case.
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Excellent tent; like any backpacking tent it can get condensation inside, but that's Physics. The seams are good quality, the poles are super light, and it's easy to put up and take down. A good amount of room inside; sleeps two if they're intimate and skinny. Room for your pack outside.
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The pictures show this tent set up in the snow. This is not a 4 season tent. However, this is very easy to set up and big enough for one person who needs a little more room for sleeping with their gear inside the tent. I don't think i would try to share the space with another person- way too small. NOT Free standing means you need to stake it down. spend the extra $ and buy the foot print. It will be money well spent so you don't have moisture coming up thru the floor and will protect the tent floor Zippers appear to be very durable.
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