Trango™ 2 Tent
Chevron left chevron right Tents provided by mountaineering trips as standard equipment Please choose a size from the drop-down menu. The model is wearing a size XL. breast measurements and waist circumferences are provided. the length of the inseam shoes are of the following sizes: Members of Elevated Rewards are entitled to free standard ground shipping. Our partners’ products are available for purchase. Style1854071addremove TrangoTM tents, which were first produced in 1995, have now become standard equipment for climbing trips all year round.
- Alpine Climbing is one of the many applications for this product. DAC FeatherlightTM NSL poles, which are the best in the industry
- Each guy-out point has a direct connection point that binds the tent body, frame, and fly together for a robust connection between all three components. There is enough of headroom and gear storage in the large dry entrance vestibules, which have a sleeved internal pole on one side. Two dual-canopy and mesh doors are provided. Snow flaps on the front vestibule keep spindrift out of the vehicle. Construction is waterproof, with the fly and bathtub floor completely taped. Internal tension shelves give strength as well as storage space. With a mesh and canopy zipped through-vent, you can get some fresh air while still seeing out the fly window. UVX glass with triple reinforcement for increased indoor brightness and visibility of outside situations
- Color labelling makes it simple to set up the poles
- Internal mesh pockets provide a convenient way to keep gear off the floor. On the side walls, there are many guy-out locations with self-equalizing guy-out anchors. Loops for a clothesline or a guy system within the house
- The use of color-coded poles, a rainfly, and a canopy makes alignment and pitching simple
- In the dark, reflective guy-out loops and zipper pulls make it easier to see what you’re doing
- A guy-out line and line tensioners are supplied. Pocket for a light diffuser
- There is an option for a floor footprint
- DAC J-Stakes of superior quality are provided. This tent may not comply with CPAI084 since it does not include any flame-retardant chemicals. weight: 439 grams (about)
- The approximate weight of the tent is 439 grams
- The approximate weight of the tent when packed is 9 pounds 10.2 ounces (4,371 grams)
- The approximate weight of the tent when unpacked is 8 pounds 9.7 ounces (3905 grams)
- The approximate weight of the tent when unpacked is 6 pounds 0.7 ounces (2741 grams)
- The approximate weight of the tent when unpacked is 6 pounds 0.7
*The actual weight may differ. The minimal weight requirement comprises the tent canopy, tent fly, and tent pole.
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Manual Mountain Hardwear Trango 2 Tent
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Frequently Asked Questions
Our customer service staff is constantly on the lookout for relevant product information and solutions to often asked questions. If you see an error in one of our commonly asked questions, please let us know by contacting us using our online contact form. Is it possible to keep my tent when it is wet? Verified Only for extremely short periods of time, and only temporarily. Mold may grow on tents that have been stored in the rain for a week or more at a time. This is detrimental to your tent’s structure and, maybe, to your health.
- Verified Inflate the tent, wipe the material, and set it aside to dry.
- Use of a paint roller or brush is also an option while painting.
- Additionally, treat the interior of the tent.
- Do not allow the impregnation agent to dry on the surface.
- If necessary, the therapy should be repeated.
- Verified Special self-adhesive patches of fabric are available for use with synthetic tent canvas that are designed specifically for this purpose.
- It is preferable to utilize patches that can be ironed on to cotton tent canvas or mixed-material tent canvas while working with cotton tent canvas.
This was quite helpful(61)What can I do if the zipper on my tent isn’t running smoothly?
Do not spray directly onto the fabric; instead, spray preventively to avoid future issues.
Verified This is most likely condensation, not condensation.
This was quite beneficial (32) What kind of tent pegs should you use for certain types of surfaces?
Rock pegs must be used on rocky terrain in order to prevent slipping.
Pegs that are semicircular or universal in shape are required for gravel surfaces, whereas hardwood pegs are required for sand surfaces.
Is there anything I can do to prevent this?
This is not hazardous, and the stains are usually gone within a short period of time.
When it comes to stain prevention, it is not recommended to use less impregnation agent. In order to get satisfactory results, the fabric must be completely soaked with the impregnation agent. This was quite beneficial (25) Mountain Hardwear initially released this handbook in its entirety.
Mountain Hardwear Trango 2 Tent
Sale! Mountain Hardwear Trango 2 Tent, $4,500.00, is available in the Adventure Equipment section of our website. It wasn’t easy deciding on our best four-season tent, but Mountain Hardwear’s time-tested Trango 2 manages to strike a delicate balance between functionality and style. This tent is as at home in bad weather as it is in good, thanks to its robust, double-wall construction and a fly that attaches not only to the poles but also to the body of the tent, providing additional security in high winds.
- A high strength-to-weight ratio is achieved by using DAC Featherlite® extruded aluminum poles, which are anodized using a patented technology that decreases the amount of wastewater generated and the amount of toxic chemicals used. Color labeling makes it simple to put up poles
- Each guyout point has a direct connection point that attaches the tent body, frame, and fly together for a robust connection between all three components. 2 canopy/mesh doors with a dual canopy design
- There are two vestibules. A large dry-entry vestibule is supported on one side by a sleeved internal pole
- It gives plenty of headroom and storage space for goods. Spindrift is kept at bay with snow flaps. Tent entry, overflow storage, and vent management are all made easier by a small back vestibule. The use of catenary-cut seams results in a tight canopy and rainfly, which increases strength. In order to construct a waterproof shelter, the fly is completely taped, as are the perimeter seams, the corners, and the guy clip anchors. The best possible weather protection is provided by a bathtub-style nylon floor, which helps to keep you and your belongings dry. Inside tension shelves give strength and storage to keep your tent tidy, and internal mesh pockets allow you to store goods off the ground while still keeping your tent orderly. Using a light diffuser pocket, you may transform your headlamp into an all-around interior light source. It provides for ventilation as well as visibility via the fly window, which is made of mesh and canopy. The triple-reinforced UVX glass gives a brighter interior as well as better sight of the outside environment. When circumstances are at their worst, an internal guy system adds additional strength
- Internal guy loops can also be utilized to hang a clothesline. Luminescent guyout loops and zipper pulls increase visibility in low light conditions. Line tensioners and high-quality DAC aluminum J stakes are included
- The tent flap, poles, and optional footprint (not included) may be pitched without the canopy to form a lightweight open-air shelter
- Guyout line, line tensioners, and high-quality DAC aluminum J stakes are included
- This tent may not comply with CPAI-84 since it does not include any flame-retardant chemicals.
|Minimum Trail Weight||8 lbs. 9.7 oz.|
|Packaged Weight||9 lbs. 10.2 oz.|
|Packed Size||8 x 24 inches|
|Floor Dimensions||92 x 64 inches|
|Floor Area||40 square feet|
|Vestibule Area||12 square feet|
|Peak Height||38 inches|
|Number of Doors||2 doors|
|Number of Poles||5|
|Pole Material||DAC Featherlite aluminum|
|Pole Diameter||9 millimeters|
|Canopy Fabric||40-denier ripstop nylon|
|Floor Fabric||70-denier nylon taffeta, rated 10,000mm waterproof|
|Rainfly Fabric||70-denier nylon taffeta, rated 10,000mm waterproof|
It is our goal that terrible weather will be present when tent testing takes place. Nonetheless, while visiting Banff National Park, we were reminded of the ancient proverb, “Be cautious what you wish for.” A blizzard descended upon us shortly after we set up camp at 9,000 feet and battered us with persistent winds of over 40 mph and all-too-frequent gusts of up to 70 mph for the next 24 hours. Poles bent their heads. Vestibules that were completely covered in snow. One of the tents was partially collapsed.
- They did little more than batten down the hatches of theTrango 2 and slept through some of the worst winter weather we’ve seen on an Editors’ Choice trip.
- Its low profile, rock-solid pole construction, and large floor surface make it more akin to a bunker than a tent in appearance and functionality.
- “Even in the midst of the storm, it scarcely shook.” The vestibule pole has been strengthened with a new sleeved design, making the 2020 model even more durable than prior models (Mountain Hardwear says the new version withstood wind-tunnel testing up to 80 mph).
- It has enough space for two campers and all of their winter gear, due to a 40-square-foot floor and a 12-square-foot vestibule, which each measure 12 square feet.
- At 38 inches, the peak height is not extravagant, but it does have an aerodynamic design that helps to shed wind.
- Please keep in mind that all new Mountain Hardwear tents are constructed without the use of harmful fire retardant chemicals.
- $700; 8 pounds 15 ounces
Mountain Hardwear Trango 2 Reviews
It is our goal that terrible weather will be present when tent testing is conducted. Nonetheless, while visiting Banff National Park, we were reminded of the ancient saying, “Be careful what you wish for.” Our camp at 9,000 feet was quickly descended into chaos as we were battered by a snowstorm that lasted 24 hours and brought persistent winds of over 40 miles per hour and all-too-frequent gusts of up to 70 miles per hour. All of the poles bent their heads in submission. With snow covering the vestibules.
- Simply battening down the hatches of theTrango 2 and sleeping through some of the worst winter weather we’ve seen on an Editors’ Choice trip was all they could manage.
- In fact, its low profile, rock-solid pole construction, and large floor surface make it more like a bunker, as opposed to a traditional tent.
- When the storm was at its worst, it scarcely trembled.
- The Trango 2 is not one of those tough tents that sacrifices livability.
- An observer recalls that “at one point, my tentmate pulled her chair in.” In order to keep it out of the way, a new D-shaped door has been installed on the side of the vehicle.
- In addition, while you will incur a weight penalty, the stability gained will more than compensate for the extra weight incurred.
Please keep in mind that all new Mountain Hardwear tents are built without the use of harmful fire-retardants. In some jurisdictions, where the therapy is required, sales may be prevented as a result of this. 900 dollars; 8 lbs. 15 ounces
- Plenty of storage space
- Large vestibules
Large, with plenty of storage space and large vestibules; weatherproof; long-lasting.
Mountain Hardwear Trango 2-Person Camping Tent
The regular price is $700.00. The regular price is $0.00. The sale price is $700.00. The unit price perShippingDelivery is zero dollars. Additional costs may apply to items manufactured by HobiePoint 65 N. Year after year, climbing expeditions use the Mountain Hardwear Trango 2-Person Camping Tent, which has become a regular issue for the company. Features include a bathtub-style floor for enhanced weather protection, D-shaped front and rear doors that simply tuck away, welded loops for attaching the fly, and welded loops for attaching the fly.
- Waterproof structure with a flybathtub bottom that has been completely taped
- DAC Featherlight NSL poles are the best in the industry. The use of color-coded poles and a rainflycanopy makes alignmentpitching simple. Two double-canopymesh entrance doors
- Large dry entrance vestibules with an interior pole that is sleeved on one side
- Tent body is secured by a direct connection point, and the framefly is secured at each guyout point. Snow flaps on the front vestibule keep spindrift out of the vehicle. The mesh canopy has a zippered through-vent that allows ventilation to be seen via the fly glass. UVX glass with triple reinforcement for increased interior visibility
- Internal tension shelves serve as a source of strength storage. Internal mesh pockets are provided for storing items off the ground. On the side walls, there are many guyout locations with self-equalizing guyout anchors. Loops for a clothesline or a guy system within the house
- Nighttime visibility is improved by using reflective guyout loops and zipper pulls. Lineline tensioners that are guyed out
|Tent Capacity||1 – 2 people|
|Tent Floor Area||40 ft 2(3.7 m 2)|
|Vestibule Area (Each)||12 ft 2(1.1 m 2)|
|Packed Size||8” x 24″ (20 cm x 61 cm)|
|Packed Weight||9 lbs. 10.2 oz. (4371 g)|
|Minimum Weight||8 lbs. 9.7 oz. (3905 g)|
|Floor Fabric||70D nylon taffeta (10,000mm)|
|Canopy Fabric||40D nylon ripstop|
|Fly Fabric||70D nylon taffeta (2000mm)|
Mountain Hardwear Trango 2 Person Tent Apricot One Size
I reside in Minnesota, and this winter has been the coldest on record for the state in quite some time. I’ve used this tent on a number of -20°F camping trips lately, and I really like it. It was tough to set up the first time I went out, despite the fact that I had done it twice at home before to going out. After four camping trips, it’s a piece of cake. Despite the fact that it is somewhat heavier than my previous 2 person tent, I have always used a 3 season 2 person tent. I believe the weight is fair for a tent designed for adverse weather conditions.
- In the winter, I normally bring my gear in on a sled, so this isn’t a problem.
- Because it is tethered down (tighten down the adjustable straps), it does not flap.
- I appreciate that the vestibule is large enough to accommodate cooking (excellent design).
- If you’ve ever gone camping in extreme cold, you’ll know that your body will try to evacuate any excess fluid so that it doesn’t have to use as much energy to remain warm.
- If there is snow on the ground, I would suppose that there is enough space for a lady to utilize the entryway.
- There are several compartments and hooks for storing equipment and drying clothing.
- It’s tough to drive stakes into frozen ground when the ground is frozen.
- Except for the fact that the footprint does not snap into the canvas, which makes it extremely difficult to stay stationed beneath the tent when pitching in heavy gusts (I solved the problem by tying them together with corner grommets), the tent is excellent.
Mountain Hardwear Trango 2 Tent Review
However, while weight was always an issue, usefulness and dependability were the most crucial aspects for us, which is why we were originally drawn to the Mountain Hardwear Trango by the recommendations of others. In addition to weighing in at 4.44kg, this tent has a substantial footprint when compared to other current 4 season tents, with the bulk of the shelter being far larger than the average. The weight is reasonable when shared between two people, but this is a tent that is better suited for the colder winter months when more protection is required.
- Starting with the pitching is a fantastic place to start.
- The inside features two entrances that are similar to one another, which makes it simple to put up in inclement weather because you don’t have to worry about which way to pitch the tent.
- Once the eyelets are in place, put the Paleria DAC Featherlight NSL poles, which should be color coded, into the eyelets and work your way up the poles, starting at the base.
- They are a well-thought-out design that can be used with gloves on and, while initially stiff to operate, they become less so after a few uses.
- Because of its excellent design, the Mountain Hardwear Trango is a reliable performer, even in high gusts, and never displays any symptoms of weakness during the setup process.
- Because the fly is composed of 70D Nylon Taffeta 1500mm PU/SIL and has a bright orange color, it provides a very sturdy feel and is ideal for wearing throughout the winter months.
- Even though there are loops to attach the inner to the fly, this is not necessary unless conditions are especially terrible.
Attaching the fly is as simple as tying on the inner. There are a number of clips that hold the fly in place and allow it to be pegged out at the base of the poles. An extra pole is needed at the front of the tent to hold it in place and allow it to peg out to create a porch area.
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|1 Reviews of the Mountain Hardwear Trango 2By:ChrismartinukReason:I own(ed) oneMadein:2003Rating:Finally – a tent you can actually sleep in!There is no flapping noise, no thoughts of the tent wall hitting you in the face in a high wind and no thoughts of ‘will it still be there when I get back from walking’.The Trango 2 is the perfect 1 man expedition tent. I am 6’5 so I wouldn’t consider it possible to have another in the tent!With 7 points per side to guy out if needed, and plenty of pegging points and tensioning aids, it really is a secure old thing!Even has a handy zippable vent in the top to let out chilli fumes!Is very easy to put up too. It took me about 10 mins from opening the bag to putting final peg in. Very simple! Putting away is easy too, the bag is plenty big enough for it.The big window in the front is great to see the weather before getting soaked, or letting warm air out of the tent!0 from 0 people found this review helpful, was it helpful to you?
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Mountain Hardwear Trango 2 Tent
A haven of warmth and security in the middle of the harsh circumstances of the alpine region. The TrangoTM is a tried-and-true expedition-grade tent that has seen hard duty in mountain ranges throughout the world for more than two decades. It has been completely rebuilt to be even stronger, more durable, and more comfortable than ever before. Features There are no flame-retardant chemicals present. It is possible that this tent does not comply with CPAI-84. DAC is a small, lightweight, and long-lasting device.
- Large dry-entry vestibules with an interior pole that is sleeved Front vestibule has a snow flap to keep out the spindrift.
- Construction with a taped fly and bathtub floor ensures watertightness.
- Through-vent with mesh and canopy that is zipped Interior illumination and visibility of weather conditions are improved by triple-reinforced UVX glass.
- Mesh pockets on the inside of the jacket Guyout points with self-equalizing guy in a number of different locations anchors on the side walls that are not in use Loops for a clothesline or a guy system within the house Included are a guyout line and line tensioners.
- Pocket with a light diffuser There is an option for a floor footprint.
- Imported Fly: 70D Nylon Taffeta 2000mmCanopy: 40D Nylon Ripstop Fabric: Fabric Tent Floor: 70D Nylon Taffeta, 10000mm in length.
Availability is limited to Canada only.