MSR Fury Tent
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- Ripstop nylon
- Two-person Fury tent intended for mountaineering expeditions; double-wall strength and stability, with small footprint that requires minimal platform prep on slopes and ridges
- Lightweight, packable structure weighs just over six pounds, yet has roomy, hooped vestibule and generous 45-inch interior peak height and large rear window
- New pole clips are stronger and easier to set up in winds; color-coded clips work with window and fly vents to add ventilation between rain fly and canopy
- 36-square-foot floor area, nine-square-foot vestibule, 18-cubic-foot vestibule volume, 76-cubic-foot tent volume, and 45-inch interior peak height; measures seven by 20 inches (W x D) packed
- Includes limited lifetime manufacturer's warranty; made in Seattle, WA
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|Item Dimensions||43.31 x 59.06 x 125.98 inches|
|Item Display Weight||9.56 pounds|
Our lightest, extreme condition double wall; ideal for pitching with limited space. Capacity: 2, Min weight: 2.78kg/6lbs 2oz, Floor + Vestibule:3.3+0.8sq m/36+9 sq ft, Interior peak: 114cm/45in, Livible Volume: 2152+510L/76+18 cu ft
MSR's two-person Fury tent is purpose-built for mountaineering expeditions, and offers double-wall strength and stability, with a small footprint that requires minimal platform prep on slopes and ridges. The lightweight, packable structure weighs just over six pounds, yet has a roomy, hooped vestibule and generous 45-inch interior peak height and large rear window, so the space feels larger than it is. Excellent cross-ventilation keeps the tent's interior fresh, as well.
A 45-inch interior height offers surprising head room for a compact backpacker's tent.
- Stout Structure: Advanced geometry and reinforced guy-out points provide security in the worst conditions
- New Pole Clips: Stronger and easier to set up in winds, color-coded clips work with window and fly vents to add ventilation between the rain fly and canopy
- Gear Storage: Large hooped vestibule allows for maximum usability and gear storage
- Superior Ventilation: Large, rear mesh window and dual-zip front door provide excellent cross ventilation
- Additional Features: DuraShield-coated fabrics and taped bathtub floor, large vestibule, four internal pockets, multiple reflective guy points, small footprint for tight spaces
- Freestanding, one-door, two-person tent
- Six-pound, two-ounce minimum weight
- Seven-pound packed weight
- Two-pound, seven-ounce body weight
- One-pound, 14-ounce fly weight
- One-pound, 14-ounce frame weight
- 36-square-foot floor area
- Nine-square-foot vestibule
- 18-cubic-foot vestibule volume
- 76-cubic-foot tent volume
- 45-inch interior peak height
- Measures seven by 20 inches (W x D) packed
- Four DAC poles
- Ten stakes
- 40-denier nylon ripstop fly with 1,500mm Durashield polyurethane and silicone coating
- 40-denier ripstop nylon canopy
- 20-denier nylon no-see-um mesh
- 40-denier nylon floor with 10,000mm Durashield polyurethane and DWR coating
MSR products include a limited lifetime manufacturer's warranty against defects in materials and workmanship.
MSR is part of a company named Cascade Designs, started by three friends and former Boeing engineers -- Jim Lea, Neil Anderson, and John Burroughs -- who were laid off from the aeronautics giant in 1971. Outdoor enthusiasts looking for the next great gear idea, they went on to design the world's first self-inflating mattress, the Therm-A-Rest. Today, Cascade Designs remains a private, family-owned company that has grown to be one of the most respected outdoor manufacturers in the world.
Top Customer Reviews
In the following links you can see photos of the tent while I was using it in extreme conditions during a trekking trip in "Sierra Nevada del Cocuy", in Colombia:
Got mine from REI Garage - I think it's the latest version, seems like MSR recently discontinued it. Package included a gear loft, 12 MSR groundhog stakes (with the loop of cord missing) and 4 reflective guy lines. The tent can handle up to 21 stakes and 8 guy lines. It didn't come with any sort of repair kit.
- 4 large clips at pole crossings have a gate to ensure the poles stay put
- Fly has velcro attachments to poles under each of the guy points (okay but I'd prefer clips)
- Rear panel and front door both unzip completely and have mesh underneath
- Rear panel exposes a small vent you can prop open from inside the tent to add ventilation
- Large for a two person tent . I think you could fit a decent size dog or even a third person in a pinch (it would be tight).
- Vestibule is a good size (I'm confused by reviews that said it didn't fit their packs)
- Has 4 hang tabs + 4 tabs for gear loft (but no internal guy system)
- Smells like a normal tent (some reviews I read complained about a weird fire retardant smell)
- Vestibule pole must be threaded through tight sleeve. Surprised it's not clips or velcro
- Vestibule zipper seems water resistant but has no flap. On the plus side, it doesn't catch on anything like some other tents.
- Poor stuff sack design, especially the cord locks which are a pain even with warm hands
- Other reviews complained about the low door. I'm 5' 8" and it's fine for me without the fly. However, with the fly staked out it's more awkward than most tents
- Footprint (bought separately) doesn't have grommets for poles so I don't think you can pitch this using only the footprint and fly
- Warranty is only 3 years (vs lifetime for some competitors like the Marmot Thor)
When I set this up indoors, I noticed the center (black) pole does not quite reach the ground. Set up outside, it sits well as long as you stake the tent before putting in the poles.
The Marmot Thor 2P (or cheaper but identical Midgard) is worth considering as an alternative. Adds more vents, rear door, more poles, thicker floor fabric, internal guy system, better warranty but trail weight is 1.5 lbs heavier and I think the Fury will work great for my needs.