Brooks-Range Propel 2D Tent

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Brooks-Range Propel 2D Tent
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Designed for 4-season backpacking, the Brooks-Range Propel 2D mountaineering tent gives you the option of using your ski or trekking poles to save weight when you're traveling light.



  • Polyurethane-coated nylon walls and floor provide water- and wind-resistance; mesh vents with mini-flys help prevent condensation buildup


  • Tent includes 4 DAC aluminum poles and 1 spine pole; leave them at home and use with ski/trekking poles and avalanche probe for minimalist adventures
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  • Minimum trail weight of 2 lbs. 5 oz. does NOT include poles; poles add 1 lb.
  • 2-person, freestanding tent has 2 doors with 2 full vestibules for separate entrances and storage areas
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Canopy fabric:Polyurethane coated nylon
Design type:Freestanding tent
Floor area:28 square feet
Floor dimensions:84 x 48 inches
Floor dimensions - metric:213.4 x 121.9 centimeters
Floor fabric:Polyurethane coated nylon
Minimum trail weight:(Without poles) 2 lbs. 5 oz. / (with poles) 3 lbs. 5 oz.
Minimum trail weight - metric:1.4 kilograms
Number of doors:2 doors
Number of poles:5
Packaged weight:3 lbs. 10 oz.
Packed size:16 x 6 inches
Peak height:38 inches
Peak height - metric:96.5 centimeters
Pole diameter:8.5 millimeters
Pole material:DAC aluminum
Sleeping capacity:2-person
Vestibule area:6.6 + 6.6 square feet
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Brooks-Range Propel 2D Tent Review:


Water accumulation problems etc.

The idea of using trekking poles to set up a tent is certainly neat. It comes at a price though: if you use the tent as your base, you have to find something else to support it.

The main problems are however:

1) Condensation -- even in rather dry conditions it rained inside the tent very badly.

2) The footprint is pretty big but because of the triangular form it's very hard to cook inside -- no room.

3) Also no mosquito net -- this could help keeping the tent drier...

Overall -- hardly usable but neat.
pupkin at REI on 08/08/2013