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Offline Quahog03

Tent Rock 22
« on: February 06, 2008, 04:44:23 pm »
I just got a North Face Rock 22
I set it up and it's roomy and big,however it might be too big for a one
person to use. It has two D doors and I like it,however it weights about
5lbs.
Has anyone toured with this tent ?
 Thanks,ED


Offline bogiesan

Tent Rock 22
« Reply #1 on: February 14, 2008, 10:10:15 am »
If you search for TENTS you'll find several threads about how to buy
one and they feature recommendations. Five pounds isn't too much for
a large tent if you enjoy having all the room but I think it's closer to 7
pounds with a footprint, fly, and all the stuff TNF includes in the box.
A good single person tent, like my old Sierra Flashlight, (with
everything, what we call realworld weight) is about 4 pounds total, not
much less.

from tnf site: ROCK 22 Weight : [trail] 5 lbs 14 oz (2.68 kg); [total] 6 lbs
11 oz (3.02 kg)

david boise ID

go, ristretto, FCP/AE
"Read the manual."

This message was edited by bogiesan on 2-14-08 @ 6:10 AM
I play go. I use Macintosh. Of course I ride a recumbent