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Easton Mountain Products has made Torrent tent for three. $529. Ultralight and all-season, it features double-wall construction and weather-taped seams and is hermetically sealed to keep out dust and snow.
Outdoor Retailer - Torrent three-person all-season tent from Easton Mountain Products

Torrent tent from Easton Mountain Products

In the outdoor industry when you are on a roll you ride it as long as possible. Easton Mountain Products out of Salt Lake City had great success with the Kilo and Torrent tents. They are following those up with the Torrent three-person ultralight all-season tent. The tent features double-wall construction and weather taped seams. The Torrent is also hermetically sealed to keep dust and snow out. The design sheds snow and venting makes it possible to use the tent any time of the year. Easton Mountain Products included a vestibule, supported by trekking poles (not included). The tent will be available late Summer 2013 for $529.

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