Mountain Hardwear Trango 4 Tent
Description: Mountain Hardwear Trango 4 Tent
When the winter gets tough, the tough get the Mountain Hardwear Trango 4 Tent, designed to withstand torturous winds, pelting sleet and maybe even a polar bear or two. This is one of the top tents on the market for winter camping and high alpine conditions.
Tough nylon ripstop is the basis of the Trango 4 Tent, along with fully sealed seams and welded corners that are guaranteed watertight plus a pole system that won't collapse in foul weather. The tent design also allows for a more open tent structure using the fly, poles and a footprint, sold separately. Inside, there's plenty of room for up to four people, with two dry vestibules and a double canopy with mesh doors for easy access. Truly no amenity has been spared with the Mountain Hardwear Trango 4, as it also features reflective zipper pulls for middle-of-the night access, mesh storage pockets and SVX windows that let you see conditions outside.
The Mountain Hardwear Trango 4 is an ideal base camp tent for a winter mountain adventure. While the storm is brewing outside, you and your tent mates can take comfort in the protection of this most awesome of winter tents.
Features of the Mountain Hardwear Trango 4 Tent
Mountain Hardwear Trango 4 Tent Colors Available:
TOP FIVE PROS
- Sturdy (2)
- Good Design (2)
- Good Construction (2)
- Easy To Setup (2)
- Durable (2)
TOP FOUR BEST USES
- Camping (2)
- Snow Camping (2)
- Mountaineering (2)
- Extended Trip Backpacking (1)
Mountain Hardwear Trango 4 Tent Review
REVIEWED BY: ANONYMOUS 2014-09-17
"This is great tent. Love it!"
Ice climbing and sleeping in the Trango 4 Ouray Colorado
REVIEWED BY: JEEPBOY454 2013-03-02
"Had a great trip with my Trango 4 Tent. I did put Easy to Setup, but when I first put the snow fly on I had it upside down. No where in the tents instruction manual dowes it say Flip the snow fly. But all in all It was a very warm and great design for the snow and for the cold. Will be trying it out this summer in the Hot southern states, the tent looks like it can breath so no worries."