Explore features that make MSR® tents engineered for living
When the forecast deteriorates, DuraShield™ coated fabrics and taped seams on MSR tents provide lasting waterproof protection.
Extended rainfly roof and built-in rain gutters on MSR tents channel water away from the door, keeping the interior dry even when the door is open.
Easy Access Vestibules
MSR vestibules provide usable gear storage space while keeping the entrance within reach of the tent door.
Fast & Light® Setup
Many MSR tents have the option of pitching with rainfly and footprint only, or even just the rainfly, for ultra-minimalist trips.
Featuring high-tenacity fabrics and engineered fabric reinforcements, MSR tents stand up to season after season of rugged use.
Fabric panels at the top of the tent body prevent condensation from dripping into the tent in wet and humid weather.
All MSR tents have spacious entrances designed to allow easy entry and exit for all occupants without disturbing other tent mates.
Breathable fabrics and aligned vents manage airflow in tent and minimize condensation in all weather conditions.
Ingenious hub-and-pole systems, color-coded parts and easy-to-use clips make MSR tents and shelters effortless to set up.
MSR tents’ vertical walls and optimized geometries maximize headroom and elbow room, offering plenty of space to sit up and move around.
Room for Every Occupant
MSR tents provide enough space and elbow room for a 20” (51 cm)-wide mattress per occupant, plus plenty of head and shoulder room to sit upright.
Individual pockets are positioned at optimal locations in the tent to give each occupant their own personal storage space.
Ripstop nylon floors resist abrasion, and Durashield™ coatings on MSR tents offer lasting waterproof performance.
Quality parts like MSR MiniGroundhog™ Stakes and Easton® or DAC® poles come with MSR tents, and MSR offers a complete line of accessories to customize the livability of your tent.