Kathmandu Northstar so-so
two people? not really.
ok in a pinch but as a snow tent the problems are
1:no room for gear in tent
2:vestbule too small for cooking
3:so many pegs needed your mate will be dead from hypothermia by the time its up
as a 1 man tent it is not bad, $300 new.
buy a exped orion if you do serious altitude or weather.
small, too many pegs
Used and abused and still going strong
Slept in the snow with a huge snow dump overnight and kept up. Contents: two tent poles, eight tent pegs, tent fly, tent inner. It would be a little better if it had a little more room for two people.
Light weight,small tent bag, great pole cross over structure, simple to setup
Would be good to have another option to open more venting, can't setup without tent inner first
Northstar v3 awesome tent for one person or moving around.
Lite, easy to setup, strong construction. A good all rounder for the active person wanting to trek or kayak into a good camp site.
Alloy poles, foyer for keeping your shoes out of the tent but out of the wet, optional clip on ground sheet
A little small for more than one person but still achievable.
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|Room Type||Single Room||Single Room|
|Release date||June 2007|
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