The North Face Mountain Manor 8 Tent

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The North Face Mountain Manor 8 Tent
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The North Face Mountain Manor 8 Tent -
The Mountain Manor 8 by The North Face is a very large family tent that sleeps up to 8 people. It has 2 removable Room Dividers so you can have 1, 2 or 3 rooms. There are 2 doors and each has a storage vestibule built right on. The front vest is very large and uses one pole for support. The shockcorded aluminum frame is durable and very easy to work with. The full coverage fly is made from a coated polyester that won't stretch when wet. It completely protects the tent from rain and inclement weather. The floor is a heavy duty oxford nylon with factory taped seams and is extremely tough. A combination of windows, vents and a mesh roof keep the tent ventilated and comfortable on hot summer nights.

Fabric:

  • Fast Pack option use fly, poles, and optional nylon footprint (leave the tent body at home) to create a light weight shelter. Wt. 16lbs. 9oz.
  • Full coverage Polyester fly (1200mm coating) is tough and durable and won't stretch when wet
  • Heavy duty oxford nylon floor for extra durability (3,000mm coating)

Support and Cushioning:

  • Front vestibule space = 33.2 sq.ft. is huge and uses a pole for support - Rear vestibule space = 11.5 and is somewhat smaller than the front

Frame:

  • Post and grommet attachments - body to frame - are easy and quick to do

Ventilation:

  • Large mesh roof aids with ventilation
  • 2 Large doors makes getting in or out very easy and increase ventilation options
  • Hi/Low venting options abound for great comfort

Weather and Wind:

  • Main fly and floor seams are factory taped

Sleeves:

  • Set up is an easy combination of clips and pole sleeves but is mostly clips for convenience

Manufactured:

  • Import.

Pockets:

  • Multiple mesh storage pockets help with overall interior organization

Features:

  • Shockcorded DAC PressFit aluminum poles are sturdy and reliable
  • Easy color coded set up is fast and easy every time
  • 1 clear Poly Port window in the front vestibule for outside visibility and light
  • 2 vestibules for extra storage - larger front (hooped) and smaller rear.
  • Includes convenient flashlight loop on the ceiling
  • Fly attaches with side release buckles
  • Sleeps 8
  • Fire retardant
  • Includes 2 removable room dividers so you can make this tent have 1,2 or 3 rooms
  • All other carry sacks and stakes included
  • Duffel style stuff bag makes packing and unpacking the tent easy
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The North Face Mountain Manor 8 Tent Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Love the tent so much tho one complaint

I won't complain about the weight of the tent since I wouldn't expect a durable 8-person tent to be lightweight...this was bought for car camping. My only complaint (which obviously really bugs me) is that for some bizarre reason the windows are either way down by the ground or else too high to look out of if you're sitting, even in a chair - or on the roof which is only useful if you're looking straight up without the fly on. Also, the windows on the front and back doors only zip open halfway to see out and get ventilation (these are the ones too high up to be useful as windows). I get a little claustrophobic and would like to be able to see out of the tent when I'm not standing or lying on the floor. If I'm lying on the floor, I can see out the super low windows but only if my mattress isn't too high and only if I'm in one of the "rooms" on either end. If I were sleeping more toward the middle of the tent I'd really feel claustrophobic without being able to see out easily enough and feel the breeze right near me (even though the general ventilation is good). One of the reasons I got the tent was cause we're a family of 5 and because if we sleep more on the ends and less in the middle, there's room in the middle for a table and chairs if it's raining. That would be another time it would be nice to see out, dang it! Ok all that said (whew!), it's otherwise the best tent I've ever owned. Surprisingly easy to set up; great poles; good-sized front vestibule with extra storage in back area as well; not too huge looking on the outside considering how much space there is on the inside - and just looks really nice; it also seems to be very well-made. I researched hard and found no other tent that would sleep so many while still being so durable. This is it! Oh one other thing - it takes up a pretty big space but if some small camp site doesn't allow for such a big tent, one could just not stake the ends out so far or the vestibules.
Research Queen at Campmor on 08/08/2011

Happy with purchase

I use reviews when shopping to decide on what to purchase so I wanted to add my review for others. Prior to purchasing last summer I could not find many reviews so I rolled the dice. Just got back from 1 week in the Adirondacks 8th lake campground. This was the 1st live field test. Purchased this tent to accommodate a family of 4 which includes two adult cots, child's inflatable bed and a pack-n-play. Plenty of room. The room dividers might be useful for storing gear behind but do not provide enough room for an adult to sleep behind, within a cot at least.
The tent is really easy to put up, I can do it alone. It rained 3 days at a steady clip, only sign of moisture was the form some water droplets on the floor under my daughters air mattress from a puddle that got between footprint and bathtub flr (foot print should be 6 inch's smaller IMHO so water can't get there unless it's a total flood). Other than that we were bone dry the entire time.
Solid construction, excellent poles and design, seems like it can withstand some severe weather. The awning front is what also attracted me to this tent, many do not have one. I purchased 2 adjustable poles to pitch it out to create a true canopy/shelter. The grommets are small and the pole tips didn't fit so I just rigged it in field; make sure you check before purchasing additional poles that they fit unlike me…
Only negative is in the sun during the day it was very warm. Even though it's an all mesh ceiling, with rain fly on it only has moderate ventilation. Not an issue unless your 21 month needs to nap during day in which I need a fan on sunny days when the sun would hit it. Hope this review is helpful.
Rondacks at Campmor on 08/08/2011

Great Tent

I bought this because I reviewed all the 8 person tents I could and it came down to the fact that this had the biggest footprint/square footage of all the higher quality tents. I can easily standup in the tent and I am 6'1" tall. I have a family of 5 and I am sure it is more than big enough for all of us plus 1 dog.

It's is easy to set up, me and my 11 year old daughter did the first time, but had to refer to the directions alot, which at tines are not really clear.

My only concern is that the floor seems kind of thin, so it looks like I will have to buy the footprint to help with this.
MTB-Racer at Campmor on 10/10/2012

North Face knows how to make tents!

North Face makes sturdy and reliable products. My other tent is a smaller 2 person NF tent. It has kept me dry and comfortable for 10 summers of Wildland Firefighting. Using it 3 to 4 months out of the year. I bought this tent knowing that if properly taken care of...  I will be able to pass it down to my kids as they get older. This tent did not disappoint it handled the wind and rain with ease. Heavy duty poles and stakes are a bonus. And finally a tent that you don't have to be a geometrical genius to fit back in the bag.  
Josh the family camper. at Campmor on 06/06/2011

Best Tent Purchase we have Ever Made!

The first night we used this tent, we experienced a thunderstorm, 50 mph winds, and then a freeze. The tent did not move and we stayed completely dry. We have used this tent 6 subsequent times, and have run into crazy weather each time. The tent has performed beautifully. Our family of 4 is able to spread out with air mattresses and gear all in the tent with no problem. This is not a backpacking tent! It's pretty heavy. However, it's really simple to put together. Our 5 year old helps me assemble it. A fantastic buy!
amontoya at Campmor on 08/08/2013

Great Group Tent

We use these with a youth program and they are great due to their sturdy construction and metal poles, the students can easily put them up but they are sturdy enough that they won't destroy them the first season. Plus, they clean up well. Kids like the light mount on the ceiling. On the con side, North Face makes a quality product, but you pay for the name... also this particular product came from China
revac777 at Campmor on 09/09/2011

Camping palace

We used it for one long outdoor weekend so far. It is a palace where you can fit two queen matresses, a portable crib and still have plenty of space for a small table, if you need one.

The only thing I could complain about is the floor. I would expect it to be slightly thicker for that price range product. I have to get the foot print asap.
Mike at Campmor on 09/09/2012

Great Family Tent

The overall construction and space in this tent are great and it's well worth the money. We have a family of five and need a little extra room for a crib/playpen for the little one and this tent provided that and then some. The front entrance is also great for bags and what have you. Great durable family tent!
Beach Lounger at Campmor on 08/08/2012

Excellent Tent!!!

The tent is perfect for my family and we are very excited to put this thing to good use. I recommend the footprint though...not that it needs it...but just to keep the tent nice for years to come.
Todd at Campmor on 09/09/2011

Except for all the snoring, perfect tent

Easy to set up in 5 minutes with one person,I would suggest this to anyone. We used to have two $300.00 4 man tents and now have a much superior tent for 8 with the same money.
Scoutmaster Travis at Campmor on 05/05/2011

Negative Reviews:

BEWARE

STAY AWAY - I knew better than to buy North Face. The snap rings located at the corners of the tent which hold the poles in place just popped right off. This was during the very first setup. I have been hiking/backpacking for almost 20yrs and never seen a piece of equipment fail like this. Disgraceful.
The Camper at Campmor on 07/07/2011