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Thor 2P

$559 with FREE shipping
Thor 2P
  • Thor 2P
  • Thor 2P
  • Thor 2P

Thor 2P

$559 with FREE shipping
Thor 2P is rated 4.666666666666667 out of 5 by 6.
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Thor 2P

38 sq ft, 3.5 sq m

With plenty of living space, bomber construction, and two big vestibules with a minimal sacrifice in weight, the Thor 2P is a classic mountaineering tent.

Features

  • Two D Shaped Doors
  • Seam Taped Full Coverage Fly with Vents
  • Marmot Knees System
  • Internal Guy System
  • Poled Vestibule
  • Bare Bones Setup
  • Seam Taped Catenary Cut Floor
  • Jingle-Free Nylon Zipper Pulls
  • Field Repair Kit
  • Light-Reflective Points
  • Optional Footprint
  • Pole Sleeve-Clip Combo
  • Welded Velcro® Attachments
  • Window Weld™
  • DAC Featherlite NSL Poles

Stuff Sack Size

20 x 8in | 51 x 20cm

Tent Floor Fabric

70d 100% Nylon 5000mm W/R, F/R

Tent Canopy Fabric

40d 100% Nylon Ripstop, F/R

Tent Fly Fabric

40d 100% Nylon Ripstop Silicon/PU 1800mm W/R, F/R

Tent Vestibule Area(s)

10 sq ft, 0.9 sq m

Tent Floor Area

38 sq ft, 3.5 sq m

Tent Dimensions

43 x 56 x 93in, 109 x 142 x 236cm

Tent Pole Data

6 / DAC Featherlite NSL 9.6mm/9mm

Tent Min Weight (Poles, Body, Fly)

7lbs 10oz (3460g)

Tent Max Weight

8lbs 6oz (3600g)

Tent Packed Size (In Stuff Sack)

20 x 8in (51 x 20cm)

Style Number

2750

Rated 5 out of 5 by from BOMB PROOF TENT Used this guy for a trip up Mt. Shasta. Have never used such a strong, well made tent. Summit morning we had temps at 10F. Handled the low temps and condensation well and overall we felt if weather were to get shady the tent would not be a concern. As a side note, when temps heated up during the day I was able to get some fresh air into the tent very quickly via two small vents. Very, very well made and for the purpose it serves as a four season tent, fairly light. Remember, you get what you pay for.
Date published: 2015-08-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent Tent I purchased this tent in September 2011. It has been used on several trips since then. Each trip was 2-3 weeks in duration. The tent has held up extremely well and continues to do so. It has seen me through temperatures from -15C to +25C, mist, fog, rain, torrential downpours, wind, gale force winds, sleet, snow, hail, and anything in between. Even a squirrel who decided to bomb the tent with pine cones from above. I have always remained cozy and dry. The tent is also incredibly quiet (no crinkly/flappy sounds), even in gale force winds. It really is bombproof! As for concerns, I have two. One, the lightweight fuschia pegs that came with it, have all but broken. It would be nice if the tent came with more steel pegs. Not a huge deal, but be aware you'll likely need to purchase extra pegs. Two, during the colder/frostier weather the poles become harder to piece together. (Frost in the joints?) It feels as though I should be oiling the joints (haven't actually done this). So far, it hasn't caused an issues; I can still get the poles together (just needs a little more force) and the tent raised, but I thought I should mention it. I'd give the tent a 4.5, but that isn't an option, so 5 it is! Setup is incredibly easy. I set the tent up by myself all the time. It takes me, by myself, about 10 minutes to pitch and stake. First lay out the footprint (if using) and then place the tent over top. To help with orientation, two of the corners have double grommets, while the other two corners have single grommets. Line up the corners of the footprint with the two grommets with the tent corners with the two grommets. This is the side of the tent where the vestibule will reside. Thread the two diagonal poles through the tent. Now, pick up one of the poles and apply pressure to the opposite end, the pole will arc and you can place the pole end in its corresponding grommet. Do the same with the other pole. The rest of the setup is straightforward; check out the instructions for further details. Stake last. NOTE: Should the tent be wet when you take it down, I was advised to keep the bottom of both doors open and gently stuff the tent its stuff sack (no folding/rolling) and then to set up the tent to air dry as soon a possible. Happy camping!
Date published: 2014-07-29
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great Tent I am on my third year with this tent using it for winter camping only, built my own footprint and frost shield. There is absolutely nothing wrong with the quality of this product however, the front vestibule door is too low (R&D folks please take note). I am 5'8" and I am finding it annoying to get in and out. The 3P is about 2 inches taller and that is all needed to make it easier. For those thinking about this tent, the 3P might be a better fit. 4.5 out of 5 for this reason.
Date published: 2015-01-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Better than the Marmot Swallow which it replaced! Just received the Thor 2P as a replacement for my previous favorite tent. Pitched it in a park, following the instructions. It's like a Marmot Swallow on steroids! This is my new favorite. Only hitch was I couldn't tell the front from the back until I discovered that the front has two grommets in each corner, while the back has only one (both for the canopy and footprint). I might have missed that distinction in the instructions. Easy to pitch and strike, and similar in several ways to the discontinued Swallow. For me, that's a plus.
Date published: 2016-03-31
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Nice tent Bought the tent 3 years ago. Only week point up to now are the fasteners of the vestibule to the pole: they came off, but I do not mis them.
Date published: 2014-07-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Warm in winter We used this in sub zero weather and it was easily 10 degrees warmer inside the tent. Easy to set up. Well made. We love the little prop open ventilation openings. Very solidly made. Great in heavy rain too. Very dry and warm overall.
Date published: 2015-04-20
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