MSR Elixir 3P Tent (Gently Used)

(2 customer reviews)


With all the features you expect from MSR, the freestanding Elixir 3 tent offers first-time (and long-time) backpackers an extremely livable, surprisingly lightweight backpacking tent at a great value.

*Footprint Included*

SKU: 2766gusd Categories: ,

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  • Lightweight: Minimum weight is just 2.10 kg (4 lb 10 oz), or set up in Fast & Light mode for 1.61 kg (3 lb 9 oz).
  • Livable: Unique pole geometry optimizes headroom and fits two mats; adaptable rainfly allows for excellent views.
  • Easy Access: Two large StayDry doors and two vestibules with optimized zipper orientation.
  • Fast Setup: Freestanding system features color-coded poles, clips and webbing for fast and easy setup.
  • Packed Weight: 6lbs. 3oz.
  • Vestibule Volume: 18cu. ft.
  • Floor Area: 39.5sq. ft.
  • Tent Volume: 63cu. ft.
  • Number of Doors: 2
  • Body Weight: 2lbs, 2oz.
  • Frame Weight: 1lb. 10oz.

Additional information

Weight 8 lbs
Dimensions 21 × 10 × 10 in

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  1. Shandra

    Nice tent

    Shandra (verified owner)

    Tent came exactly as expected. Thanks!

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  2. swilliamsny

    Roomy Tent in Great Condition

    swilliamsny (verified owner)

    I bought this for my son to take on a punishing 11-day, 100+ mile backpacking trip through Philmont Scout Ranch in the mountains of New Mexico. He’s 6’3″ tall, so we needed to balance weight with floor space and head height. (He carried the tent and footprint – his buddy carried the poles and rain fly.) This is the first tent we’ve had with access on two sides, and he couldn’t have been happier about that. The tent easily accommodated his tall frame, with some room at the side for each boy to keep any small gear like jacket, Nalgene, etc. I don’t think they ever used the footprint, nonetheless the tent is rugged enough that it stood up to the trip with no issues. Though it rains nearly every afternoon in the Cimmaron area, they didn’t see any rain at night so we can’t speak to the effectiveness of the rain fly or waterproofing. Many thanks to OutdoorsGeek for the way they handle business, sending pictures and communicating about condition during the purchase process – a great way to afford good-quality gear.

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