Mountain Hardwear Trango 2
You can easily see the pole clips featured on the inner body of the Trango 2. These clips are strong and allow a quick assembly when pitching it in high winds. Clipping from the bottom up allows the Trango's poles to be more protected from bending or breaking
This model's inner tent has two identical doors and a large zippered vent on one side of the ceiling. When pitching the fly, line up the inner tent's vent with the corresponding polyurethane window on the fly. You can put all the ends of the poles in their respective grommet holes and then quickly attach all the pole clips on the body. If you start at the bottom and work up, the tent stays fairly well protected, even if pitching the tent in high winds. This is also one of its biggest advantages over its' main competitor the Mountain 25, which uses poles sleeves. The Mountain 25 sleeves are extremely strong, but before the tent is completely pitched, much more care must be taken in strong winds to ensure that the poles aren't bent or broken; when only one or two poles are inserted, the Mountain 25 is essentially a giant kite, and care must be taken in windy conditions.
Trango 3 and Trango 4
- 3 and 4 person version of the Trango tent
- Same burly single wall construction
Trango 2 Footprint