One super-sized double door for easy in and out; large front vestibule for camping gear storage
Weatherproof, seam-taped, full-coverage fly with vents offers extra protection from the elements
Seam-taped, catenary-cut floor keeps rain out
Light-reflective points for visibility at night
Color-coded "easy pitch" clips and poles; pole sleeve/clip combo
DAC DA17 poles; jingle-free nylon zipper pulls
Lampshade pocket securely holds your headlamp to provide ambient light; interior pockets for small gear organization
Jingle-Free Nylon Zipper Pulls
DAC DA17 Poles
Optional Footprint Available
No reservations are required for overnights in the Midpines 4-Person Camping Tent. With a seam-taped floor and full-coverage fly, it stays dry even when Mother Nature offers up a quick downpour. Crew doesn’t understand the concept of packing light? The double door means easy in and out, front vestibule offers room for it all, and interior pockets organize small camping gear. This 4-person tent is complete with color-coded "easy pitch" clips and DAC DA17 poles.
Rated 5 out of
Roomy back country mansionPretty dang pleased with the Midpines 4. With the footprint it weighs 10.5 lbs, and the weight can be distributed amongst 3 people at 3.5 apiece, which while not UL by any means, is certainly within reason for a 3 person backpacking party. Plenty roomy for 3 grown adults and their gear, though I would not be excited to cram 4 in there. Absolutely love the giant door and the many ways to open and close it. A lot of headroom makes it easy to just walk in / out. Fly shed a couple nights of light rain nicely and I would suspect that if it were to be guyed out properly, it could take a heavy downpour. That being said, there were good guy out points on the fly. I feel a lot of tents of this size / style are NOT suited for backcountry use as they often lack proper guyout points. This tent is a real gem. If you want some serious backcountry tentspace at a weight that is managable, this is a great option.
Date published: 2018-10-13
Rated 1 out of
Aaron Redman from
A decent tent ruined with flimsy polesI was super excited to receive the Midpines 4P tent in the mail last week. That was until I set it up. Long story short: one of the poles bent badly while setting it up. It wasn't user error; I slid the poles through the sleeves, placed the end in the grommets at the corner, pushed the poles through and by the time the tent was up, I saw that one of the poles was bent and ruined. I sent it right back. It's too bad too, as the tent looked great otherwise. My recommendation to Marmot is to use Easton or DAC poles. For $300, I would expect nothing less.
Date published: 2018-09-04
Rated 5 out of
Great hidden featuresOne of the questions I had was if the front door can open entirely. Yes it can! It also has a a pocket below the unfolded door that you can tuck the screen into. The tent is plenty big for my 6'4" boyfriend, me, and our 30 pound spaniel. It makes camping more enjoyable, and glamorous. Probably not the best tent for backpacking though it comes in a rather large stuff sack, but could probably be tightened down if needed.
Date published: 2017-10-02
Rated 5 out of
Great tentI used this tent last weekend with Grandkids. Was very easy to setup, except for the brow pole which is Very tight, also instructions don’t say whether to route it over or under existing poles. Lots ofstorage pockets. Sleeping in 85 degrees, would have liked Bigger Vents in fly. But still enjoyed this tent
Date published: 2018-07-28
Rated 4 out of
Great tent! Love it Attach and use guylinesWe have had this tent for over a year works great for canoe camping trips. Be sure to attach and use guyline ropes and stake down for extra support in case of high winds. We didn’t and ended up bending one of the long poles oops