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ALPS Mountaineering Tasmanian 2 Person
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- There's no assembly frustration with our Tasmanian Tent series, this aluminum, free-standing pole system is ideal for a quick setup
- Polyester fly will resist water and UV rays while adding two vestibules for extra storage
- Easy entry and great ventilation with two doors, both with zippered mesh windows
- Fully equipped with #8 zippers, mesh storage pockets, gear loft, stakes and guy ropes
- Base Size: 5'2 x 7'8, Center Height: 46", Total Weight: 7 lbs. 15 oz., Minimum Weight: 7 lbs. 3 oz.
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Tasmanian 2-Person Tent.
Multiple mesh pockets, a gear loft and 13 ft² of vestibule area offer ample room to store your gear and keep must haves close.
Free-standing Pole system
Featuring multi hub 7000 series aluminum poles with weatherproof shock cord this freestanding design is easy to assemble utilizing the snap over pole clips.
Factory sealed seams, 75D 185T Polyester Fly with 1500 mm coating and 75D 185T, Poly Taffeta floor with 5000 mm coating, weatherproof fly buckles and vestibule pole supports combine to create the ultimate Four Season tent.
Center Height: 46”.
Tent Area: 34.5 ft².
Vestibule Area: 13 ft².
Packed Size: 6.5” x 19”.
Beginning in 1993 with the establishment of ALPS Mountaineering, ALPS Brands is a continuously growing and expanding group of brands dedicated to developing and manufacturing high quality, performance-driven outdoor products. Currently making up the ALPS Brands family of companies are ALPS Mountaineering, ALPS OutdoorZ, Delta Waterfowl Gear, Browning Camping and Cedar Ridge.
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ALPS takes pride in the quality of our products and warrants that the materials and workmanship will be free of any defects. Our factories follow a strict set of specifications and quality standards, however, if a problem develops, please contact us.
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Until our customers can actually hold one of our products in their hands and carefully look it over, it's difficult to convey our quality and construction. We believe a comfortable pack or chair, a weatherproof tent, and a warm sleeping bag or air pad do not need to be expensive. Value can be defined as getting what you pay for. We define value as getting more than you pay for.
The Tasmanian is a four season tent that is loaded with features. It uses 7000 series aluminum poles (one continuous pole system with hubs that reach end to end, and an additional pole that goes across the tent to help stabilize in strong winds). It also features a full-coverage fly with two vestibules to help store your gear. With an additional pole on the fly, it creates a very large vestibule on the front for even more gear storage. There are two doors (one on each end). The Tasmanian uses extra-large #8 zippers so opening doors and vestibules are a breeze every time. Year-round, this is a tent you can rely on! Tasmanian 2 Specs: Base Size: 5'2 x 7'8; Center Height: 3'10; Vestibule Depth: 35"; Tent Area: 34.5 sq. ft.; Vestibule Area: 13 sq. ft.; Tent and Fly Weight: 7 lbs. 0 oz.; Total Weight: 7 lbs. 7 oz.; Packed Size: 6.5" x 19"; Pole Diameter: 8.5 mm.
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1. Poles are nicely constructed and quickly/easily snap together with little effort (in some cases the flick of the wrist is all that is needed).
2. The rain fly is made of a thick and surprisingly light polyester material.
3. Very spacious for a two person tent
4. Assembly is extremely easy, fast, and straightforward.
5. Side walls lined with mesh pockets for gear.
6. A convenient gear hammock of sorts which hangs from the tents ceiling.
1. Hard to get the entire unit back in the storage bag (not impossible, but will take some time and patience).
2. Opening for the pole storage bag is rather small, takes some maneuvering to get the poles
back into the bag.
The tent itself is a dark brown and light tan in color (In my opinion). The interior tent is lightly constructed, but nonetheless strong. The main structural poles (orange in color) quickly snap together, and built in hooks help with clipping the tent to the poles. The rain fly is made of a heavy polyester material and secured to the tent via buckle clips. The tent includes all the necessary rigging and stakes for pulling the rain fly taught and holding both it and the interior tent down (which was not used in my photo). The interior of the tent is lined with mesh pockets, and a mesh hammock near the top vent, for storing gear. There are two doors, both with full windows that can be zipped shut, and a smaller vent near the top which can also be zipped shut.
Very nice tent and I will be sure to test it further. Also, to be as helpful as possible, I will continue to update this review. Hopes this helps you all. Most importantly, as with all tents, be sure to let this dry before putting it away! Shake it off and leave it hanging somewhere indoors so it can dry out after use (both the rain fly and tent).
Overall I am impressed with this tent. I have been using a 3 season Big Agnes tent for about 17 months. I wanted to get a 4 season tent since I'll be spending a lot of time camping this winter in some yucky conditions. This tent seems pretty high quality for the price. I like the feel of the tent poles snapping together and the many different options for your comfort. I am certainly impressed by all the internal covers of windows and vents to seal in the heat. The real test of the tent, of course, will be in the backcountry. I am headed out in Yosemite for 5 days starting today and will update this with my initial feelings of the tent and materials.
All vents zip closed
Material seems nice
Buckles and zippers seem quality
Pole system feels high quality
Lots of room (more than anticipated)
Great price! (My 3 season Big Agnes was 2x price)
Twice as heavy as my Big Agnes
Doesn't pack as small
More complex to set up than my Big Agnes
About me: I am an avid hiker and backcountry camper. I recently gave up my apartment and material items to hike continuously in preparation for hiking the PCT in 2017. I usually spend 20-25 days a month hiking and camping right now. As for the tent, it is my only means for shelter and therefore will be put to the test!
Update: My first trip of 50 miles in 4 days and over a snowy 11,000 foot mountain peak in Yosemite gave me more insights.
First, the tent is extremely bulky and doesn't pack very small. I'm thinking I might be able to use a couple compression packs. Second, the poles that go inside the rain fly are difficult to insert and remove. All but one time I even had at least one tip end of the poles come out and need to be reinserted (this was a pain). Third, this tent is VERY roomy. Wow. I was super impressed. It feels like a hotel room compared to my other tent.
The tent material seems to hold up well so far. I'll update this post when I have more.