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Trango™ 2


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First introduced in 1995, Trangos have become standard issue for mountaineering expeditions year-round. Teardrop-shaped front and rear doors conveniently tuck away, welded loops for securing the fly and a bathtub-style floor for better weather protection.
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Features & Specs

  • Weight: - 9 lb. 13 oz. / 4.44 kg. -
  • Reviewers rated this product: - Fits Slightly Large -
  • Tent Capacity: - 2 -
  • Good For: - Alpine Climbing -


First introduced in 1995, Trangos have become standard issue for mountaineering expeditions year-round. Teardrop-shaped front and rear doors conveniently tuck away, welded loops for securing the fly and a bathtub-style floor for better weather protection.


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  • Industry leading DAC Featherlight™ NSL poles
  • Direct Connection point secures tent body, frame and fly at each guy out point for a solid connection between all three components
  • Large dry entry vestibules with brow pole provide ample headroom and room for gear storage
  • 2 dual canopy and mesh doors
  • Snow flaps on front vestibule seal out spindrift
  • Guaranteed watertight construction with fully taped fly, taped 'bathtub floor' construction, welded corners and welded guy clip anchors. Rain room tested.
  • Internal Tension Shelves provides strength, support for vestibule pole, and 3-D storage
  • Mesh and canopy zippered thru-vent allows ventilation and view through the fly window
  • SVX windows for a brighter interior and visibility of exterior conditions
  • Bartacks color code webbing at stake out points for easy pole set up
  • Gear can be stored off the floor using internal mesh pockets or an accessory gear loft (sold separately)
  • Multiple guy out points with self-equalizing guy out anchors on side walls
  • Loops for internal guy system
  • Reflective color coded starter tab on the rainfly and canopy make pitching easy
  • Reflective guy-out loops and zipper pulls are easy to see at night
  • Pitch Light configuration allows user to set up a superlight shelter using only the tent fly, poles and footprint (sold separately) REWORD
  • Optional rectangular or triangular gear loft stows gear off the floor (sold separately)
  • Optional floor footprint available
  • Guy out line and line tensioners included
  • Imported


  • Pole Type: Paleria 'DAC Featherlight™ NSL
  • Fabric Fly: 70D Nylon Taffeta 1500mm PU/SIL
  • Fabric Canopy: 40D Nylon 238T Ripstop FR DWR (Tent)
  • Fabric Tent Floor: 70D Nylon 190T Taffeta 10000mm Ether Type PU FR (Tent)


  • Apparel Fit: Equipment
  • Weight Packed: 9 lb. 13 oz. / 4.44 kg.
  • Weight Minimum: 8 lb. 15 oz. / 4.03 kg.
  • Weight Pitch Light: 6 lb. 7 oz. / 2.92 kg.
  • Tent Capacity: 2
  • Number of Poles: 5
  • Number of Doors: 2
  • Number of Vestibules: 2
  • Height Interior: 38" / 97 cm
  • Length Packed: 24 in / 61 cm
  • Diameter Packed: 8 in / 20 cm
  • Tent Floor Area: 40 sq. ft. / 3.7 m2
  • Tent Vestibule Area: 12 sq. ft. 1.1 m2 / 5 sq. ft. 0.4 m2
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Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Very happy with my purchase I bought my Trango 2 in 1999 (one of the first years they had it available, I think) and have been stoked about it since. Back in the day I took it up Rainier a few times, as well as North Cascades and the Olympics. I knew it wasn't a fast and light tent when I got it, but for bombproof and quick simple set up I got more than my money's worth. With the gear loft and footprint it is just under 11lbs. packed, and the last time I was up Rainier, I split it with two friends (yes, sleeps three pretty comfortably, the vesti's get pretty full of gear though!) and it was no problem. Warm in the Winter, breezy in the Summer I bought this tent because I wanted something I didn't have to fuss with and that I knew I wouldn't have to buy again. When the weather comes in I know I'm getting a good nights sleep and no joke. The only drawback is looking like you have way too much tent at the park campgrounds... . Have been using this tent for over 15 years and have no complaints. If you know that you are going to hit wind or cold, this tent is a sure bet; that's why they call it four season- if it won't be cold or wet overnight the body and poles aren't anything to worry about between two people and you can always do the fly/poles/footprint too. Thanks, and good to see MH is still making this design. June 9, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by Really bomber tent I've had my tent for a few years and have put it through the paces. I can say without hesitation that it does exactly what you want an expedition tent to do, which is protect you in camp from horrible weather conditions. Its been up Shasta, Baker, Adams, Hood, South Sister and Whitney with me and has always performed. I use it regularly for winter snow camping trips in Minnesota and Canada. Its withstood driving rain, heavy snow, 50 mph wind storms and functions well in -35 F as well as 90 F. One night on Whitney was particularly wicked with the wind and snow just railing against the tent. The thing shook and howled but felt bombproof solid the whole night. The fabric is solid, the zippers burly and the poles are strong. My only critical feedback is that the thing is really heavy and really bulky. Mostly due to the fabric and not the other components. Hauling it up the mountain is arduous at best and I normally have to split the thing into components and share the load amongst my crew. If you're looking for alpine fast and light, then you'd want to skip this tent and go with a bivy or something even more minimalist. The tent also takes a ton or time, a certain amount of engineering talent and determination to get it fully set up and staked out when you want it fully braced for bad weather. That's sort of the tradeoff you have to make when you find yourself in weather like that though so I wouldn't call that a real drawback. March 3, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Best buy ever! I work as a Camp Master for G adventures and Ocean Wide, both down on antarctica. I always get my own gear, the Trango 2 it´s just perfect for the job. No condensation at all, worm, plenty of room and pockets. I payed such a ridiculous price for it with different discounts that I cannot be more that happy. Great space on the vestibules. It fit a lot of gear, and my dog. But, for split boarding or backcountry skiing without a sled it´s a little to heavy. On long backpacking, more than 5 days, again it´s heavy, so what I do it´s share the weight with a buddy. With strong wind, over 30 knots, you have to tether it well, if not it´s too noisy. Great job on this one! April 6, 2014
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