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The Trident 2 is a semi-geodesic, two-person tent that offers high-level stability for 3-4 season backpacking. Its flysheet-first pitching design is optimal when environmental conditions are wet, protecting the inner tent from moisture. With its robust construction, the Trident 2 is an excellent choice for reliable protection, no matter the weather.
Strong, reliable semi-geodesic design
Great ventilation is provided from the side vent hoods
Flysheet door provides for further ventilation when conditions allow
5 guyline points for excellent stability
Easy to pack away with an oversized tarp bag and pull cord
Packed weight: 2.76kg (6lb 2oz)
Number of porches: 1
Number of doors: 1
Packed size: 44cm x 19cm
Flysheet: Stormtex P4000 68D Polyester Ripstop PU FR (4000mm)
Inner: 68D Polyester Ripstop
Groundsheet and HH: Aqua Stop P5000 68D Polyester PU (5000mm)
Poles: 8.5mm Superflex Alloy
Pegs: 12g Alloy V Angle
Guylines: Yellow Reflective
Trident 2 Pitching Instructions The Trident 2 is a flysheet-first, semi-geodesic tent for 3-4 season camping. Read the Trident 2 tent pitching instructions below:
Unpack the tent and lay out the flysheet and inner. (Note: The inner tent is already attached to the inside of the flysheet). Carefully assemble the three alloy poles ensuring that all joints are fully connected. Match the pole color to the pole sleeve trim and insert each pole (A to B, C to D and E to F) Insert the pole tip at points B and D into the outermost eyelet and with gentle pressure push from point A and then C and insert the pole tip into the outermost eyelet. Now create the arch with the cross pole E to F by inserting the pole tips into the outermost eyelet.
You can now adjust the pole tip of each pole into the most appropriate eyelet to create the correct flysheet tension. (Never force the poles) Peg out in the following order:- a) Both ends of the flysheet. b) The remaining flysheet elastics plus guy lines.
The Wild Country Trident 2 is supplied with: 3 alloy poles 16 x alloy pegs