The North Face Mountain 25 is a 2-man expedition tent for the fiercest weather you can imagine. Like its larger cousin, the iconic VE 25, this Summit Series® expedition tent has been tested the world over in extreme and punishing settings by climbers and expeditions reliant on its versatility and comfort to achieve their summit dreams. Large doors at both ends and a roomy vestibule are vitally useful for external storage and cooking. A fully taped nylon bucket floor adds extra ground security. Compatible with the square gear loft for extra storage. The North Face Mountain 25 tent is the alpinist's answer to sweet dreams.
- Dual doors with poled front vestibule. Fully taped, nylon bucket floor
- No-stretch Kevlar® guylines with camming adjuster
- PU port window, cold-crack tested to -51°C
- High-low venting
- Reflective guylines and glow-in-the-dark zip pulls
- Compatible with square gear loft
- DAC Featherlite NSL™ stakes
Capacity/ 2 Total Weight/ 4.10 kg Trail Weight/ 3.51 kg Poles Number/ 5 Poles Diameters/ 13.2 mm 10.25 mm 9.6 mm 9.5 mm Stuffed Size/ 61 cm x 18 cm Area/ 3 m Vestibule Area/ front
0.7 m2, rear: 0.3 m2
silicone elastomer coated 33D ripstop nylon / canopy: 40D 240T nylon ripstop, 42 g/m2, water-resistant finish / mesh: 20D polyester “no-see-um” mesh / floor: 70D 210T nylon taffeta, 94 g/m2, 10,000 mm PU coating, water-resistant finish
silicone elastomer coated 33D ripstop nylon / ?canopy: 40D 240T nylon ripstop, 42 g/m2, water-resistant finish / ?mesh: 20D polyester “no-see-um” mesh / ?floor: 70D 210T nylon taffeta, 94 g/m2, 10,000 mm PU coating, water-resistant finish
Diameters/ 13.2 mm, 10.25 mm, 9.6 mm, 9.5 mm
Size/ 61 cm x 18 cm
Weight/ 4,1 kg
Weight/ 3,51 kg
Vestibule Area/ front
0.7 m2, rear: 0.3 m2
DAC Featherlite™ Aluminium Poles
DAC Featherlite™ Poles provide the strong support we demand for our tents while remaining light in weight.
Reverse-Combi Poles use a different diameter of metal in different areas of the pole, with a thicker diameter at the top of the tent and a thinner diameter on the sides. This change in tension alters the arc of the pole and allows the tent walls to be steeper while flattening the top. With steeper tent walls, the interior footprint is maximized to offer more livable pace for greater comfort and headroom.