Marmot Halo 4-Person Tent
The perfect car camping tent for smaller groups
If you need a 3-season tent for car camping roomy enough for 4 people, the Marmot Halo 4-Person tent is the ultimate set up. At almost 55 sq ft with a vestibule area around 15 sq ft, the Halo 4 tent offers plenty of space for your trip to the campsite. Luxuriously fit 2 or 3 people with plenty of gear storage, or comfortably fit 4 with lots of headroom and vestibule area. Set up time is greatly reduced with color-coded, indentifiable "easy-pitch" clips and poles.
Marmot's focus on details and functionality
Marmot's larger tent sizes have a signature 2 entrances, each with their own vestibule. The Halo 4 has a massive front entrance with a smaller, D-shaped door on the opposite side for accessability. Additionally, several key details help to make the Halo 4 tent a cozy camp staple. The floor fabric is entirely seam-taped to keep moisture out, numerous pockets for gear organization, light reflective points, and much more.
Details & Specifications
Camping / Car Camping
|Minimum Trail Weight||
54 square feet
|Number of Doors||
|Number of Poles||
4, DAC DA17
|Fabric - Tent Canopy||
100% polyester taffeta
|Fabric - Tent Floor||
100% polyester oxford
|One Super-Sized Double Door and One Side D Shaped Door with Large Front Vestibule for Gear Storage
||Interior Pockets for Small Gear Organization
|Zip Open / Close Canopy Panels
||Pole Sleeve-Clip Combo
|Color Coded "Easy Pitch" Clips and Poles
||Seam Taped Catenary Cut Floor
||Jingle-Free Nylon Zipper Pulls
|DAC DA17 Poles
||Optional Footprint Available|
|Equipment Type||Car Camping Tents|
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