Marmot Marmot Limestone 6P Tent - 6 Person (Hatch/Dark Cedar)

(Hatch/Dark Cedar, 6 Person) - The Marmot Limestone 6P Tent is portable home away from home that's designed for family camping. Want to go camping in Yosemite or in the Grand Tetons but the thought of the whole family cramming into the back...packing tent doesn?t sound relaxing? The Limestone tent is the answer. The innovative and sturdy pole structure of the Marmot Limestone 6 Tent provides terrific head room to create a uniquely livable tent for family car camping and outdoor living. The Limestone 6P Tent from Marmot sleeps 6 in true comfort and style. The Limestone 6P actually pulls all the walls out and gives a tremendous increase in usable space. The full coverage "100% seam taped" ripstop nylon fly provides complete weather protection and includes a 25 sq. ft. vestibule for storing extra gear. The rear door adds convenience for entry/exit. With venting on all sides and the all mesh roof the Limestone 6 Tent is comfortable and great for star gazing when the opportunity arises. The Limestone 6 Pers Read More

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$552.46 $649.95 at Backcountry.com

The cavernous, 3-season Marmot Limestone 8P Tent brings 2 rooms of livable space for 8 people to your campsite, along with easy se...tup, plenty of headroom and lots of pockets to store your gear. Read More

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$348.95 at Backcountry.com

Maybe you're familiar with the concept of classifying fun, but if you're not, here's the rundown: Type 1 fun is when you enjoy eve...rything, back to frontthink spending a beautiful weekend camping in the Marmot Stormlight 3-Person 3-Season Tent. Type 2 fun, on the other hand, is when everything sucks while you're doing it, but when it's over you're beyond stoked that you didthink spending a freezing, sleepless night when you're lost in a storm in a bear's den because you didn't bring a tent. Both will happen, but looking for type two fun isn't an excuse to be unprepared; bring the Stormlight along, and at least you'll have a spacious, waterproof shelter during those unplanned stormy nights. A burlier, lighter version of Marmot's classic Limelight, the Stormlight's been updated with inverted head and foot technology, giving it more living space, and a full mesh body to save weight and let you look at the stars. It's also outfitted with fully taped, sonically welded seams, and a UV-resistant fly that won't suffer from prolonged exposure to sunlight. That's not to suggest that it's heavy to begin with. Thanks to DAC Pressfit aluminum poles and the mesh body, the Stormlight weighs just over six pounds fully packed. It's also super-easy to set up, with color-coded poles and clips and reflective guy-out points that make nighttime pitching no big deal. If you never want to sleep in a bear's den again, bringing the Stormlight on all your adventures isn't a terrible idea. Read More

Marmot
$552.46 $649.95 at Backcountry.com

If your house isn't big enough for all the people in your life, get the ginormous Marmot Limestone 8-Person 3-Season tent, sell th...e house, and invite all the in-laws to live with you in spacious, durable, waterproof comfort. It doesn't have a bathroom or running water, but the Limestone has plenty of things your old house didn't, like a waterproof polyester fly with fully taped seams, breathable no-see-um mesh, and rugged polyester and nylon walls and floors that can stand up the abuse that's an inevitable part of living outside. It's also ridiculously easy to set up, needing only five DAC aluminum poles that pair with color-coded clips and sleeves, and comes with two doors and vestibules for storage space, so you don't have to bring wet gear inside with youthink of them as your new dual mudrooms. If the youngsters get rowdy, or the grown-ups need some alone time, you can set up the removable room divider and tell the kids to go to their room. They'll have plenty to do, since the interior pockets will probably be packed full of games, books, and snacks. There are other thoughtful touches, too, like reflective guy-out points so you don't trip over the lines at night, and jingle-free zippers so the breeze doesn't make a wind-chimey racket. Maybe it doesn't have a dishwasher, but it's better than your old house in every other way. Kind of. Read More

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$338.95 at Backcountry.com

The 3-season Marmot Limestone 4P Tent brings great livable space for 4 people to your campsite, along with easy setup, plenty of h...eadroom and lots of pockets to store your gear. Read More

Marmot
$338.95 at Backcountry.com

The 3-season Marmot Limestone 4P Tent brings great livable space for 4 people to your campsite, along with easy setup, plenty of h...eadroom and lots of pockets to store your gear. Read More

Marmot
$428.95 at Backcountry.com

Marmot designed a unique pole design to steepen the Halo 4-Person Tent's walls and increase usable living space for you and the re...st of your family. This spacious tent includes several wall pockets to keep things organized, and the double vestibules provide shelter for anything that doesn't fit inside. Though Marmot designed this tent for family camping, they also included tough DAC press-fit poles, floor-level vents, and other features that you usually only see on expedition shelters. Read More

Marmot
$298.95 at Backcountry.com

There are two ways to approach a storm: you can turn tail and run away like knights being chased by a bloodthirsty bunny, or you c...an hunker down in the Marmot Stormlight 2-Person 3-Season Tent and laugh in the storm's face as it blows itself out in a vain attempt to send you packing. One of Marmot's new generation of backpacking tents, the superlight Stormlight builds on the design of the classic Limelight, adding inverted head and foot technology for increased living space and trimming weight and increasing ventilation by using a fully mesh body. The Stormlight's fly has been upgraded as well, with sonically welded seams and a UV-resistant treatment to prevent long-term degradation caused by the sun. It also sets up faster than you can say Man, I wish this tent were pitched already, thanks to easily-assembled DAC Pressfit aluminum poles, a color-coded clip system, and reflective guy-out points that make it easy to get things done up, even if the sun's slipping behind the peaks as you're working. Just toss your gear in one of the two vestibules, crawl in through the D-shaped doors (or leave the body at home and use the ultralight fast-pitch option), and snuggle down with your blankie for a night of adventure-filled dreams. Read More

Marmot
$338.95 at Backcountry.com

Mashing two adults, two children, and a dog into a regular four-person tent could be called quality family time, or it could be ca...lled Timmy and Sally make each other cry, Sparkles pees on a sleeping bag, and Mom and Dad vow never to take camping trip ever again. If a standard four-person's a little cramped, try the Marmot Limestone 4 Four-Person Three-Season Tent, which uses four DAC aluminum poles and color-coded clips and sleeves to pitch quickly, stand solidly, and provide plenty of room for the whole family to sleep without making each other miserable. Two of the poles run horizontally for tons of headroom, and the mesh body lets plenty of air in so things don't get too smelly or feel too stuffy. Although it's a family shelter, the Limestone is still built with all the ruggedness you'd expect of a Marmot tent. The fly is made of polyester ripstop, the walls and floor of tough polyester and nylon, and all the seams are fully taped to keep water from getting you and your gear soggy. The fly's vented, too, to keep air moving even if it's rainy, and the internal pockets help the whole gang stay (somewhat) organized. It's been made with other thoughtful details, too, like an Arona blue interior to simulate blue sky, jingle-free nylon zipper pulls, and reflective guy-out points so you don't trip and bring the whole tent down in the dark. The family will love you for that. Read More

Marmot
$528.95 at Backcountry.com

The Marmot Halo Tent's extra-large interior easily holds all six members of your family during a weekend trip, and its four-pole d...esign withstands a stormy day in a remote base camp. Marmot used a double-door, double-vestibule design to allow easy entry as well as provide tons of out-of-the-rain storage space for boots and packs. The 75in interior height allows a six-foot person to stand up straight in the middle. Needless to say, there will be plenty of room for card games when you're stuck in the Halo Tent during a three-day storm. Read More

Marmot
$279.00 at REI

The Marmot Limelight 3P tent offers 3 backpackers a comfortable space and tough yet lightweight construction. Limelight also offer...s great value as it comes complete with footprint and gear loft! Read More

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