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Elixir 2

Elixir 2
Elixir 2
Elixir 2
$319.95 Incl. tax
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Pitching a tent shouldn't feel like assembling furniture. The MSR Elixir 2 tent has color-coded poles, clips and webbing, and red vestibules that make it easy to erect this roomy 3-season shelter. Read more..

The MSR® Elixir 2 tent is an extremely livable performance camping and backpacking tent and an ideal option for adventurers seeking an easy-to-assemble tent at a great value. Unlike many tents in this class, our freestanding tent design offers true-to-size capacity for two and features two large doors plus new larger vestibules with 35% more space. The versatile tent balances breathable mesh fabric with solid canopy fabric to provide ventilation, warmth and privacy, while the included footprint offers multiple setup options, including a freestanding Fast & Light pitch with rainfly. Whether you’re planning your first backpacking trip or your next one, the Elixir 2 tent is your remedy.
  • Livable: Unique pole geometry optimizes headroom and fits two mats; adaptable rainfly allows for excellent views; built-in gear lofts and glow-in-the-dark zipper pulls enhance livability. Polyurethane waterproof coating.
  • Fast & Light Setup: Includes an MSR Elixir Footprint that allows for a lightweight Fast & Light setup with rainfly.
  • Easy Setup: Freestanding system features color-coded poles, clips and webbing, plus red vestibules for fast and easy setup.
  • Privacy: Mesh and solid fabric panels offer ventilation, warmth and privacy.
  • Includes: Tent body, rainfly, poles, footprint, stakes, guy lines, stuff sack, setup instructions.
5 lbs
2.24 kg
6 lbs
2.77 kg
84 x 50 in
213 x 127 cm
29 sq. ft
2.69 sq. m
24 sq. ft
2.22 sq. m
45 cu. ft
(2) 7000 series aluminum
1274 liters
40 in
102 cm
20 x 7 in
51 x 17 cm
68D ripstop polyester 1500mm Polyurethane & DWR
40D ripstop nylon & DWR
20D polyester micromesh
70D taffeta nylon 3000mm Polyurethane & DWR
708 liters
25 cu. ft
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