Review: The North Face VE-25 [ 3-man, 4-season tent ]

Review: The North Face VE-25 [ 3-man, 4-season tent ]
Retail: $499.99, but MBstores.com is currently offering this tent for $429.95 only. (offer expires soon)

Product Description

Polyester ripstop fly sheet is UV resistant and low absorbent plus seam-taped and polyurethane-coated for waterproofness. Nylon ripstop canopy is lightweight and breathable with soothing color and partial translucence for long-term user satisfaction. Taped, seam-tensioned true bucket floor offers clean angles and usable space of a catenary cut without requiring seam sealing. Easton 7075-E9 aluminum poles are the strongest, lightest alloy available for the ultimate in tent performance. Continuous pole sleeves increase structural integrity and ease pitching. 16 guy points, including four 3-point equalizing guy lines, pull to 8 stake points for unparalleled support in extreme conditions. Reflective guy line loops, guy lines and glow-in-the-dark zipper pulls make it easy to find the tent or adjust it in the dark without knocking it over. Durable polyurethane windows, cold-crack tested to -600F, are located near vents to allow for fog-free wildlife/weather viewing. Internally adjusted top vents with mesh screens assure spindrift melts onto fly sheet, and vent doors come together to form a top gear loft. Cone vents in vestibules work with doors and other vents to provide cross-drafting and climate control choices.


Reviewed by: James, a Mountaineer from Fort Collins, CO
Date Reviewed: 2/19/2002 10:45:09 PM
 

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I haven't had this tent for very long, but am overwhelmed with sweat about it. After some of the other products I've used I can honestly say that I've finally found what I've been looking for in a tent. Good heat retention, stable in a storm, relatively easy set up, spacious, good ventalation, very waterproof, etc etc. It is a little bulky and heavy, yet when divided between 2 or 3 people it is very managable. It's just a shame that it took me this long to find such a tent.

Customer Service:
never had the need.

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Sierra Designs, REI, Walrus.
 

 
  Reviewed by: Ed, a Climber from Leavenworth, WA
Date Reviewed: 10/8/2001 11:24:12 AM
 
 

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I have the Expedition 25, not the VE-25 and I have had nothing but the best experience with it so far. I'm 6'3" and my brother is 6'6" and the length of the tent is very important, especially when you add in your winter gear. This was the only tent that we fit in without our feet or heads bumping against the walls.
Staking it out takes a few minutes, but once done very little will disturb this tent. We've been hunkered down in some pretty heavy winter storms above treeline, had snow drift over the top and the fly never even touched the tent fabric, very impressive. All in all it's a great tent. Heavy and overkill for backpacking or a one nighter - probably. But, if it's all that is separating you and the elements and without it you'de be a world of hurt, it's worth every ounce.

Customer Service:
Never needed them.

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My lighter mountaineering tent is the Wild Country Mountain. I love it too!
 

 
  Reviewed by: Pete, a Backpacker from San Francisco
Date Reviewed: 7/11/2001 2:16:51 PM
 
 

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Yes this is a large atent and it is not light but if you are not in ideal weather conditions this is the tent. It can be the condo in the woods. I agree it can be too much tent for most backpackers but it can also become a home away from home. I've been caught in serious rain storms in it and never wondered if it would fail. Besides the weight the other downfall in this tent is ventilation. I would not use it in the middle of summer somewhere on the east coast.

Customer Service:
TNF is usually pretty good with their service.

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REI, Sierra Design
 

 
  Reviewed by: jf, a Mountaineer from denver
Date Reviewed: 6/3/2001 9:01:06 PM
 
 

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Ohh Dave, your type runs way too rampant. Keep trying to feel good about those overpriced, poorly constructed TNF products of yours. At least you'll be the hit on college campuses. And dont let anyone tell you otherwise, heaven forbid!

I know, without question, that there are better tents out there. Wisdom is justified by her children. And as I ended my caveat before, it was just my opinion.
 

 
  Reviewed by: Dave, a Backpacker from Canada
Date Reviewed: 6/3/2001 9:59:48 AM
 
 

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In regards to the review submitted by JF from Denver all I have to say is,why don,t you write something relevant to the subject at hand?This tent has stood the test of time and is still a prefered item on most if not all expeditions and if you don,t own it then how can you subjectively review it?Stop wasting space and time!Alot of people choose this tent because they do everything possible to avoid equipment failure and buy something they know they can count on a little extra weight is a good trade off for piece of mind.

Customer Service:
Haven,t needed any to date

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I have an assortment of gear from TNF and have been very satisfied so far.
 

 
  Reviewed by: jf, a Mountaineer from denver
Date Reviewed: 6/3/2001 8:30:32 AM
 
 

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First off, I do not own this tent. But I have a few words to say. For anyone that is considering a tent of this size and weight, realize that this tent was designed to be a base camp tent. It is not meant to be taken down and hauled on your back day after day. I believe this is a really strong tent, but not suited to 99% of most users needs. Generally people buy more tent than they need because in their mind they want to justify that they are some mountaineer they arent. If you dont fall into the 1% look at lighter tents(walrus, bibler, MH, SD).

There is no reason to carry this type of tent on your back unless you are setting up a base camp then heading out for a summit attempt from there. And when I say base camp, I mean a long standing base camp.

But thats just my opinion for what its worth.

Customer Service:
bibler-good

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bibler ahwahnee, SD, BD megamid
 

 
  Reviewed by: Trevor, a Backpacker from Oklahoma
Date Reviewed: 6/2/2001 2:10:45 PM
 
 

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I've had this tent for 15-16 years. Bought it when they first came out with the model. The VE-25 was U.S. made back then. The design has changed slightly since then. My model has the front vestibule and features two "snow doors" (large, circular openings in canopy and fly for potential ingress/egress). Nothing else substantially differs from the current models insofar as I can tell.

It has been a good tent, but it hasn't received a lot of use. When it was purchased, there was far less choice among brands (and far fewer models to choose from) in the tent market. Basicially, it's too heavy for a two person backpacking tent -- it really is a mountain/expedition type tent and excels only for that use. It is best used in cool to cold temperature conditions -- it isn't particularly well-suited for summer heat.

The living space accomodates two with some gear easily; with three people, it's crowded. Setup isn't particularly easy, but it's not too difficult either. I have found it hard to get a seamlessly taut pitch, but it's ok. The flysheet will sag almost against the tent wall along one of the sections between poles unless staked out.

It may sound like I don't think much of the tent, but that isn't true. It is well-made, keeps you dry in a storm, and has a strong architecture. I just don't go on polar expeditions (don't winter camp much either) and don't have much need for a high altitude basecamp type tent.

Customer Service:
Haven't needed it. One of the webbing grommets has pulled itself partially loose, but it's not worth sending off to never-never land to get that fixed.

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Marmot Solstice (1984 three-pole hoop tent); Moss Stardome II, Bibler Juniper, Bibler Kiva, Marmot Nutshell, Walrus Arch Rival XV; old (1980's) Marmot Taku.
 

 
  Reviewed by: andy , a Backpacker from minnesota
Date Reviewed: 5/31/2001 5:31:39 PM
 
 

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I got this tent from campmor a couple of weeks ago and I've been living in it since. It's the only place i've slept. and the only complaint I have is that it gets quite hot in the sun, but it is a mountaineering tent, so I can't complain too much. I have also had a small problem with something leaking on the edge of the vents in the fly, I haven't had the time to really look and see what it was. i have the new model with the little window, alhough they are better than none. I love the ventilation system not quite summer vents, but it is cool on design. and when I bought the tent it was very slightly used, I couln't tell besides the dirt on the stakes, so I got it for $349 which is still a lot for a tent, but definatly better than the 500 retail price.
 

 
  Reviewed by: Kris Karelson, a Mountaineer from Dwason city, Yukon Canada
Date Reviewed: 5/12/2001 11:13:29 AM
 
 

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This tent was not worth all of the money. There seems to be too many poles and it's hard to get the fly tant. What I think is really stupid with this tent is that the poles are triangler and don't stick into the snow at all. Also the zipper on the door kept getting caught in the material and was really annoying when the temperature goes down to -45 C, because you have to use your bare hand.

Customer Service:
The North Face seems to make there tents a bit out of the times and don't really stay up to the "break throughs" in outdoor tecnolgey.

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I have used the Stratos fron The North Face and have been more satisfied with it then the VE-25. I would say that this tent is not worth all of the money that it costs, but if you can get it for cheaper, then do it.
 

 
  Reviewed by: Robert, a Backpacker from Louisville, KY.
Date Reviewed: 5/2/2001 11:19:31 PM
 
 

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I've used this tent for a few years and I don't see a change in the near future. There is plenty of room for 2 (3 is a little tight). It is a little on the heavy side, but if you do any high altitude winter camping it is well worth it. This is one tight tent; the storms the VE-25 has seen would have shredded my old Jansport. Highly recommended.

Customer Service:
None yet

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Jansport and Sierra Designs
 

 
  Reviewed by: Maureen Lamb, a Mountaineer from Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
Date Reviewed: 4/29/2001 2:33:37 PM
 
 

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(Aside: Acutally, I'm a paddler but you didn't have that as a category. Since I enjoy paddling in the mountains of the NWT, I chose Mountaineer.)

I've had my VE-25 for three years and it's been down a couple of NWT rivers and some local ones. Last year on the first night of a canoe trip down the Dumoine we had a fierce thunderstorm that lasted over 4 hours. I was the only person with a dry tent although I did have one little leak that was easily taken care of with a towel.

One review complained that it was too small for three people but too big for two. I think it's great for one and just right for two. I find that after a long day of whitewater, it's relaxing to fit the poles in the sleeves and set up the tent. As a canoe camper, the weight is only noticeable on the portages. I'll be taking it backpacking for the first time this soming weekend so may have more to say about that when I return.

My onlycomplaint is that the tent does not fit nicely into the waterproof blue barrels that I use on canoeing expeditions so I end up carrying an extra dry bag for the tent.

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  Reviewed by: Tracy Soule, a Backpacker from Colfax, CA USA
Date Reviewed: 4/26/2001 10:19:59 PM
 
 

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This tent is fabulous. We have had ours for approximately 15 years or even longer. It is still in great shape. It withstands extreme temperature changes and we have been toasty warm and dry in torrential downpours of rain and snow! One trip snow camping we forgot the tent poles and we were able to prop it up in a makeshift snow cave and we were still quite content after the initial shock of no poles! I highly recommend this tent. The price is well worth the dependability and endurance of the material and workmanship. As the family has grown, the size is not accurate for more than 2 adults comfortably. However, now the kids have a tent and we have our own!
 

 
  Reviewed by: chris fisher, a Mountaineer from breckenridge co
Date Reviewed: 3/12/2001 5:03:10 PM
 
 

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The ve-25 is a great tent. I've used it in conditions ranging from gorgeous colorado summer days to 60 mph winds staked out above 13,000. The tent has excellent support whether it be high winds or heavy snow. Also the amount of head room is great for those guys over 6 feet tall. The tent is a bit small for three large guys allowing too much bag to touch the walls which in turn allows them to get wet. Other than that I have no problems with it. The true test will be this summer in Alaska's Denali National Park. If it stands up to this I'll be back with a screaming review.
 

 
  Reviewed by: Jon, a Backpacker from Mahopac, Ny. USA
Date Reviewed: 3/10/2001 9:28:16 AM
 
 

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This tent is fantastic! Fairly easy set up. Haven't had it that long, but already put it through the ringer on the trails, no problem!
Best to split up between two, or three packs because of weight, but for a great shelter who cares? Got mine through campmore for $250 because a salesman cut a one inch gash in the floor w/ his knife. I bought it after they had returned it to N.F. for a full repair. Still carries the lifetime warranty. Check around for deals like this! They're out there!
 

 
  Reviewed by: David DiCicco, a Backpacker from Del Mar, CA,USA
Date Reviewed: 3/9/2001 7:52:13 AM
 
 

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I spent 25 days in this tent in Nepal in 1994 with my wife on a trek. It was actually the Guide tent, which is this tent fortified a bit for trekking companies.I loved the tent. it was roomy, easy to get in and out, and warm. I've always wanted to buy one, but I already have a good tent I had bought prior to going to Nepal.

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My personal tent is A Moss Olympic, which I also recommend.
 

 
  Reviewed by: Ralph Cutter, a Backpacker from Truckee
Date Reviewed: 3/8/2001 5:30:45 PM
 
 

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The VE-25 is a pig. It's heavy and cumbersome to set up. The foam spacers are lame. The color is obnoxious. It's too small for three people and too big for two people.

I LOVE IT!! BEST tent I've ever had. I bought an Oval Intention in 1974. Lived in it every day for nine months straight. Beat it up but it treated me right.

After ten years it blew into a lake and sank while I was airing it out. Went diving three months later and pulled it out (it was set up on the bottom just waiting for some mermaid to take up residence). Tent was ok but all the plastic waterproofing peeled off the floor.

Sent it to NF for repairs (with a note explaining what happened). They sent me a VE-25 to replace it since the Intention was out of production.

The VE-25 has been sterling. Lived in it on the coast of Alaska for 4 months. It has been buried under five feet of heavy snow. It has been run over and dropped out of a helicopter. It is a survivor.

Customer Service:
North Face gave me the VE25 to replace a tent that dissolved under abuse. How can you get better than that?

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Bibler, Eureka, Sierra Designs, and several Walrus Swifts (great tents).
 

 
  Reviewed by: Joe Hall, a Backpacker from Anderson SC USA
Date Reviewed: 2/8/2001 3:02:57 PM
 
 

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Only fault with this tent is that the sleeved poled are a bit more difficult to set up than equivalent tents with clips, but the sleeved design arguably makes for a stronger construction.
 

 
  Reviewed by: DogDoc, a Climber from Estes Park, CO
Date Reviewed: 1/3/2001 9:19:44 AM
 
 

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We used our newly purchased VE-25 this year on a long trip to Russia. It was a fabulous tent!! The vestibule provides a huge amount of gear storage and cooking space. The bathtub bottom prevents dirt and snow from being drug in the tent. Bombproof fly! Will withstand high winds. For 2 people is extremely roomy and comfortable, but is a very weighty tent to carry for only 2. It was probably more tent than we really needed, but was extremely comfortable!. I can see that in high winds or bad weather would be kind of cumbersome to set up because the poll sleves are a bit difficult. In general I think this is a fantastic tent!
 

 
  Reviewed by: Chris Hamilton, a Mountaineer from Burlingame, CA, USA
Date Reviewed: 12/30/2000 12:19:52 PM
 
 

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The VE-25 has been my primary winter expedition tent since 1993. The tent has performed flawlessly on every trip and has stood up to extreme cold and high winds (-30F/60mph). It's a perfect base camp tent and is very roomy for two - even when loaded with bulky winter gear. I think it would be a little tight for 3 - although definitely doable. The vestibule is perfect for cooking in cold, windy conditions.

Overall I've been extremely pleased with the tent. With continued care, I expect it to last for several more years. My only complaint is the weight.

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TNF Expedition 25
 

 
  Reviewed by: G.Ruth, a Backpacker from Vancouver, BC Canada
Date Reviewed: 12/18/2000 12:08:33 PM
 
 

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I've always liked this tent - seems well made. I had a chance to use one on a week long mountaineering trip last summer. We camped above 10,000' all week on various glaciers. Tent held up well during some serious wind storms (although there were times it went flat into our faces). Found it fit 3 people well. My only compliant relates to the internal guy out points (which we didn't use hence the tent in the face effect) - during one very wind evening that included heavy rainall the guy points dripped water into the tent and onto our faces or feet. Very annoying! Chatted with others who have owned this tent and they have had the same problem. Other than that tent was great. Weighs more than they say though.

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North Face Tadpole
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  Reviewed by: Tom Ambular, a Backpacker from Sherwood OR
Date Reviewed: 11/29/2000
 
 

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Purchased a new VE-25 in 1998. I like the design with the pole lengths and floor plan (but a bit big even for snow). Vestibule area is adequate. Wet/damp tent is difficult to pitch on extended trips and the pole sleeves tend to fight back. The fly seems to collect lots of condensation instead of venting off damp air from the tent interior which makes a little bit of pain when breaking camp quickly. Tent seems to do better in cold/dry air trips than during moist air trips. Called the Warrantee Department this year for help on the pole grommets and left messages but never had my calls returned or message left on how to connect with some person there. Booo North Face

Customer Service:
My expeience was not good. North Face has an automated phone system from hell (at your own cost to call them). It sounds from the other reviews that service after sale experiences are mixed.

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  Reviewed by: Doug, a Climber from Cambridge, MA
Date Reviewed: 10/5/2000
 
 

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Great tent - it kept me as warm and dry as you can be in a 5 day storm in Prince William Sound. Easy to set-up, roomy and good ventilation. My only problem was that the zippers weren't the highest quality, but that's a minor issue. People have been complaining about TNF gear on the Outdoortalk message board, but this is one piece of TNF gear I swear by.
 

 
  Reviewed by: Brian, a Climber from Seattle
Date Reviewed: 9/2/2000
 
 

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Where to start? North Face makes great tents. Maybe this is part of the current customer service problem. I own 3 North Face tents. I borrowed a VE-25 to compare to my VE-24. My VE-24, after many dedicated years in the field, leaks. After I sent the tent to San Leandro CA to see if there was any way to improve the performance of my befriended tent, they said no. Okay. So started the search for a replacement. It started at the Seattle North Face store where they didn't have any expedition tents to review. Okay, how about a catalog? They didn't have any available. How about a North Face web page with tent information? Not available yet. Okay. So I called the Company @ (800) 719-NORTH. The menu-driven prompt took me to the technical support department where the recording said ""the line is busy"" at which point there was silence followed by a dial tone. Okay disconnected, I'll try the warranty department. I found someone in warranty who said she knows nothing of the tent I am interested in but if I call her tomarrow she will find out for me. Okay. Tomarrow cames and I called her extension and she says she still didn't know anything more but the customer service department should know. And before I utter a word, I'm listening to recording from some customer service rep who isn't available at the moment. Okay. I left a message. I never got a return call. So at this point my mellow nature is eroding and I call California information to get the main company telephone number. I call the number and civilly ask for the manager of the customer service department. He said he isn't aware of any manager for the department but could transfer me to a customer service rep which he did without me answering. I got a recording for another unavailable person. Okay, so now I'm mad and frustrated. I own 3 North Face tents plus miscellaneous gear bags and I can't get basic information locally or at the company in California. I'm thinking I should be an ideal customer, a satisfied returning one. And I'm sitting in Seattle with my mouth open in disbelief. I try the Seattle store again to get information. The sales person I got told me two basic dimensionally inaccurate things right off the bat and then said he's confusing the Expedition 25 tent with the VE-25 and Expedition Guide tents. I told him he is my last recourse for basic information. He says I should contact technical support in California because they don't train him properly. So, I say this to my fellow comsumers - If this is the direction of the company, think very hard if this is where you want to place your money and your customer service faith. I did ultimately borrow a VE-25 and found it very solid but the footprint was a bit large with the vestibule even for the base camping in snow. The interior space was terrific as usual and great for waiting out weather. With a total weight over 10 pound, most of us will split up the tent between a number of packs. Accordingly, I wish they would address what I feel is a substandard floor fabric for extended use. I have found this true on all my North Face tents which would have much longer lives if we just had the option to increase the floor fabric weight and durability.

Customer Service:
Customer service, meaning discussing an issue with a reasonably informed company employee (not merely automatic part replacement), is sadly a joke.

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  Reviewed by: Kevin Hultgren, a Climber from Oakland, CA
Date Reviewed: 8/26/2000
 
 

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Great Tent. Used on Mt. Shasta for the past 5 years. Spent many nights through storms over 10,000' with no problems (one night with out the rain fly)! Great tent. Can sleep 4 if necessary--not recomended.
 

 
  Reviewed by: David, a Climber from Calabasas, CA, USA
Date Reviewed: 7/27/2000
 
 

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Grrrrrrrrrr8! This tent preformed te best for me. Ive had this tent for years and it is still new. I once bent all the poles and North Face replaced them for free no questions.

Customer Service:
Great also.The bestive seen.
 

 
  Reviewed by: IJHAN, a Climber from MAILING ONLY...OMAHA,NE
Date Reviewed: 7/21/2000
 
 

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I PURCHASED THIS EXTRODINARILY WELL DESIGNED AND LONG LASTING QUALITY TENT AA A LAST YRS MODEL. I HAVE CARED FOR IT WITH THE NECCESSARY RESPECT IT DESERVES. ON EVERY TRIP..BE IT FOR 3 DAYS-4WEEKS IN LENGTH THE VE-25 HAS OUT PERFORMED ANY EXPEDITION TENT I HAVE EVER BEEN IN OR BORROWED. ITS A MASTERPIECE AND ALTOUH IVE HEARD N.F. IS NOW MANURFACTURING OUTSIDE THE U.S. AND REPORTS OF THEIR QUALITY NOW FLUXUATING...ALL THE GEAR I DO HAVE FROM NORTH FACE HAS CARED FOR ME THROUGH EXTREME CONDITIONS TO THE MILDEST, YR AFTER YR. I ADMIT I HAVE A DIVERSITY OF BRAND GEAR, STILL N.F VE-25 IS SUPERIOR AS A EXPEDITION TENT.

Customer Service:
ALWAYS EXTREMLY CURTEOUS, TIMLY AND VERY PARTICULARLY ATTITIVE TO DETAILS.

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  Reviewed by: bodhi, a Day Hiker from wrightwood, ca
Date Reviewed: 5/18/2000
 
 

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this tent is nice because it's waterproof and very roomy. i think it's a little heavy to be taking long distances and its not worth the money.
 

 
  Reviewed by: Dwight Bishop, a Climber from Butte, MT
Date Reviewed: 4/2/2000
 
 

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this is a grat tent to be used as a base camp! Four people can sleep very comfortably or three with all their gear. Add on a vestibule and it's like living at home. just need a opening inside to allow for cooking in bad weather. My favorite when heading out with several friends!
 

 
  Reviewed by: Jim, a Climber from Wyoming
Date Reviewed: 4/1/2000
 
 

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I have had y VE-25 for over ten years.. This thing is still in good shape, and is absolutely storm proof..Expensivwe?? YES..Worth it YES,YES! Very roomy and comfortable. The only other tent that I would consider is a Bibler Bomb shelter, and it is twice the price..

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I also have a North Face Back pack, one of the older ""Back Magic "" Models..
 

 
  Reviewed by: Forrest Arakawa, a Climber from Oakland CA
Date Reviewed: 1/15/2000
 
 

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Summary:
Great tent for winter use. A little on the heavy side. If you can squeeze three then the weight is no problem.

Customer Service:
On a trip last winter I bent the poles. It was so windy, I had to line the inside of the tent with boulders. Anyway, I sent them in and they sent me a new set, no questions asked!

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