The Marmot Limestone 4 person tent showed up in Marmot’s line-up a few years back. It has received raved reviews ever since. The reviews were so good, we had to bring it into our line up of rental gear at Outdoors Geek. It’s a great base camp tent for two when you want a bit of extra room. It’s a rock star!
- One D Shaped Door, One Vestibule
- Seam Taped Full Coverage Fly with Vents
- Color Coded “Easy Pitch” Clips and Poles
- Free-Standing Design
- Seam Taped Catenary Cut Floor
- Interior Pockets for Small Gear Organization
- Pole Sleeve-Clip Combo
- Light-Reflective Points
- Jingle-Free Nylon Zipper Pulls
- Stuff Sack Size: 27.5 x 10in
- Tent Vestibule Area: 21 sq ft
- Tent Floor Area: 60 sq ft
- Tent Dimensions: 61 x 86 x 100in
- Tent Weight: 11lbs 12oz
- Tent Packed Size (in stuff sack): 27.5 x 10in
If you would like to buy this tent, we have it both new and gently used.
excellent. Easy to rent and rreturn
Yosefah Berkowitz (verified owner) –
It was extremely easy to set up and take down. Had great extra storage pockets inside. Fortunately, it didn’t rain, so I can’t say how it would hold up to the elements. It was perfect for 2, I don’t know about how it would fit 4. One other thing is that it had some stains on the exterior of the tent.
Leigh Anne DiCicco (verified owner) –
First time renting equipment from OutdoorsGeek. Great tent, great value. This tent was excellent – easy to set-up and roomy for 2 people. Used with rainfly and footprint. No water inside at all despite steady rain. Would highly recommend.
Chris (verified owner) –
This tent was much easier to set up than several tents I’ve owned the past. It works great as a two or three person tent (for us, it was me, my wife and our 30 lb. dog) and it has good headroom (although you can’t quite stand up in it). It comes with a ground ‘tarp’ of its own, which you have to remember to put down on the ground before setting up the tent on top of it. It has two zipper doors (opposite of each other) although we only used one of the ‘doors.’ It’s definitely the best tent I’ve used so far, but given my experience with tents has been limited only to 3 or 4 different types. A bit heavy at about 10 lbs., so probably better for established tent sites than for back country (off-the-grid) camping, and not for use in the winter, but I would recommend to try it out.
Sibi Panneer Selvam (verified owner) –
Best tent I have used