Black Diamond Fitzroy Tent: 3-Person 4-Season

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Black Diamond Fitzroy Tent: 3-Person 4-Season -
The Black Diamond Fitzroy Tent has become a classic in the world of single-wall tents, sought after by mountaineers and high-alpine backpackers for both its strength and roominess. Combining four Easton 7075 aluminum poles, waterproof breathable Todd-Tex fabric, and a low profile, this tent is designed to withstand angry storms, high winds, and brutal conditions with ease.

Fabric:

  • Waterproof breathable Todd-Tex fabric sheds wet weather and breathes exceptionally well to help reduce condensation
  • Taped seams prevent dripping water or morning dew from sneaking in through the fabric joints

Sleeves:

  • Poles crisscross inside the single-wall canopy, eliminating the need to thread sleeves and providing superior strength against the elements

Pockets:

  • Four internal mesh pockets help keep your kit organized at night

Features:

  • Freestanding single-wall design saves weight by eliminating the need for separated canopy and fly; ideal for four-season climbing and mountaineering applications
  • Tent based off original design from Bibler
  • Optional vestibule provides a covered entry and room for everyone's gear (vestibule sold separately)
  • Multiple stake-out loops provide secure anchoring in windy locations
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Black Diamond Fitzroy Tent: 3-Person 4-Season Reviews:

Reviews:

This tent is fairly easy to set-up just do it at home before taking it on a camping trip. Having to seam seal a tent as expensive as this one is a bit disappointing. But if it keeps it waterproof I guess it is worth it. A bit small for two large adults. My son and I found it snug and he is only ten years old. It did not build up any condensation with both ends slightly vented and a pack towel hanging from one of the poles. Did not get a chance to test it in a downpour. That will be the ultimate test. I will up date when I'm out in a rain storm!

Billy D at Backcountry.com on 11/22/2004

I've used this tent for about eight years on everything from overnight backpacking trips to week long mountaineering and it's absolutely bomb proof. I've owned tents by Mt. Hardware, TNF, Noall and worked in outdoor retail over 10 years and no tent has impressed me as much as the Fitzroy, I'll always have a Bibler for the trips where I don't want to worry about what the weather throws my way. In good weather it opens up enough to stay cool, in rain it vents well with no condensation, and in the truly bad stuff it's drum tight and solid.

Ralph Kolva at Backcountry.com on 08/03/2007

The Fitzroy is an all time classic 4-season shelter. I used this tent at 14,000' camp on Denali a couple years ago for a friend and I and it was perfect for two people for a couple of weeks. No issue with condensation inside the tent, and really warm as well. For three people it's a bit tight but totally fine for a few nights... just depends how close you are to your friends! I'm headed to Antarctica this fall and the Fitzroy is coming with me!

Chris Davenport at Backcountry.com on 06/10/2009

Had an opportunity to use the Fitzroy on a rainy camping trip. It held up beautifully. No leaks and no seepage to the inside. After using the Fitzroy about ten times it appears to be a great four season tent. It didn't have any problem with condensation buildup on the inside, either. This tent is a keeper.

Billy D at Backcountry.com on 02/13/2006

I bought this tent for my husband. He said that his friend he most often backpacks with has this tent, and that it is a GREAT tent and a great gift. Except he and his friend find the tent not super easy to set up. Everything else about the tent is great though. :)

M.M.B. at Backcountry.com on 01/11/2007