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XPG 2004 Tent

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XPG ™ 2004 Tent If you don't agree the XPG has the frame strength, quality construction and high-tech features of tents costing much more, send it back and we'll refund your money. Our product specialists tested and eliminated countless fabrics, poles and tent designs and spent many hours talking to backcountry experts before settling on the final version of the XPG. The end result was a tent that is rugged, lightweight and worthy of the Xtreme Performance Gear name. DAC featherweight, ferruleless, anodized-aluminum poles break down shorter than standard poles and are up to 30% lighter. This year, we added more mesh to the high-strength 70-denier, 190T rip-stop nylon taffeta fabric tent body for increased comfort. The fly incorporates two roomy vestibules and is constructed of UV-resistant rip-stop polyester with a 1,500mm-rated waterproof coating for extreme weather protection. And we redesigned it this year with a clear window for visibility and an array of ventilation options. Fly's dual zippers have no-snag zip cording and can be opened and closed in both directions for incredible convenience. Quick-release clips at the vestibules also make it easier to get in and out and ventilate. There are also shrouded mesh vents in the roof of the fly to control air flow. Inside, we added a gear loft and an organizer panel to stow your equipment and personals. Reflective guy lines prevent tripping and make the tent extremely visible at night with only a slight amount of illumination. Color-coded clips, buckles and fasteners, and reflective pole clips make this one of our easiest tents to set up, even in extremely low light. Tub-shaped floor has no seams to leak. Lightweight, extruded 7075 T6 aluminum stakes included. Heavy- duty YKK® zippers. One-person model has the same construction, but has only one vestibule.

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Review 5 out of 5 stars

Review by: usafcadet, 2004-11-16

I personally love my XPG-solo tent. It is easy to set up and the vestibule on the one-man tent works well if you don't have too much gear. Good quality for a good price.

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