Truly a backpacker’s tent: the Tungsten blends durability, roominess and intuitive livable designs to create a tent that will log mile after mile with you. Dual doors allow easy entry and exit with vestibule storage space around both doors.
DAC tent poles are created from a unique alloy making them lighter and stronger than other aluminum poles.
The Marmot team immediately changed everything in the line from tents to Gore-Tex fabrications, including the down garments and all the sleeping bags. Marmot designed the first Gore-Tex bivy sack. Marmot designed a Gore-Tex, single fabric layer, mountaineering tent: the Taku. Marmot is the oldest customer of Gore in the world outdoor market.
Marmot Tungesten 2P review.By: Nicole Willis on 23 August 2017This is one of those products that if you take care of it, you'll have it for a lifetime. The design is excellent, every element has been thought through, simplified, and made out of quality materials, right down to the beautiful copper coloured tent pegs. It's not the smallest or lightest tent, but its definitely small enough to take on a short or medium backpacking trip. Took it to the Grampians in winter; the frost stayed on the outside, perfectly dry inside. The extra ground cover protects the bottom of the tent. The whole thing is just a joy, it is beautiful, clever, and tough enough for any adventure you care to throw at it.
Great TentBy: Matthew on 8 May 2017Great Tent for car camping and small backpacking trips. Nice features with lots of headroom. Lucky to find it on a SALE!!
Easy to live withBy: Geoff on 25 April 2017Only used for 2 nights. Very easy to put up and plenty of room. Had a fair bit of condensation but they were cold and moist nights.
By: Matt on 6 January 2016I bought this tent to use on a trip to the Overland Track. Overall I had a good experience with the tent, it kept the rain out and stood up well to moderate winds. The pole design makes it more than comfortable enough for two people. It's easy to set up and pack up. My only minor concern is the gap between the fly and the floor around the vestibule area which allows rain to splash in on anything being stored. That gap however also allows for more airflow so I can understand why it was designed that way. All in all a good tent and worth the money spent.