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Convert 3

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A better answer to the 4-season tent design, the new Convert offers solid year-round performance without the normal trade-offs associated with winter tents. Featuring unmatched ventilation, a convertible design, and an external pitch using ultra-light materials, these are the most livable and functional 4-season tents available.

Accessories

Pitching Instructions

Tent User Manual

Guyline Line-Lok® Cleat Instructions

Materials

Number of Poles:
4 (3 poles hubbed together + 1 hoop)
Pole Type:
DAC NSL
Pole Diameter:
9.6 / 9.0 / 8.5 mm
Pole Set Weight:
27.7 oz / .79 kg
Fly Fabric:
20D Polyester Ripstop, Silicone/1200mm PE, FR
Floor Fabric:
30D Nylon Ripstop, WR/3000mm PE, FR
Body Fabric:
40D Nylon Ripstop, Breathable

Tech Specs

Capacity:
3
Freestanding?
Yes
Minimum Weight:
5 lbs 13 oz. / 2.64 kg (Tent & poles only,  no vestibule)
Vestibule Weight:
12.3 oz. / .35 kg
Packaged Weight:
6 lbs 6 oz. / 2.89 kg
Number of Doors:
2
Number of Vestibules:
1 (2nd accessory vestibule sold separately)
Vestibule Area:
17.1 ft2 / 1.59 m2
Interior Area:
41.7 ft2 / 3.88 m2
Internal Peak Height:
43 in. / 109 cm
Awning Height:
37 in. / 94 cm
Awning Overhang:
15 in. / 38 cm
Length:
87 in. / 221 cm
Width:
69 in. / 175 cm
Footprint:
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Number of Guylines:
6
Stake Quantity:
15 
Tent Storage Bag:
Length: 17 in. / 43 cmDiameter: 6 in. / 15 cm
Pole Storage Bag:
Length: 19 in. / 48.3 cmDiameter: 5 in. / 12.7 cm
Tent Stake Storage Bag:
Length: 8 in. / 29.9 cmDiameter: 5 in. / 12.7 cm
Backcountry: http://www.backcountry.com/sierra-designs-convert-3-tent-3-person-4-season?CMP_ID=PM_VL0192
Capacity: 3 Person
REI: https://www.rei.com/product/879921/sierradesigns-convert-3-tent?cm_mmc=vl_sierradesigns-_-p2p-_-buy_now-_-879921

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    1. Customer Review

      VERY HAPPY with this tent! We slept in below freezing in the snow, 3 + our dog & had room left over! Tent performed above and beyond! Would definitely recommend! on Feb 23rd 2016

    2. Customer Review

      I thought I'd add to my review after a weekend in it cold weather camping. I think this is my favorite tent. It is my go-to tent for sure. I camped in fairly cold weather, down to 12 degrees overnight, and woke up surprised that there was no hoar frost on the walls of the tent. I don't know if that was because I was alone in the tent or if the canopy fabric breathes that well. But, I expected frost inside the tent and there was none. I was also once again surprised by the light transmission of the tent fabrics. I camp a lot. This tent is just brighter. It's completely private from the outside, but bright on the inside. It's a beautiful tent, outside and in... Terrific tent. Nowhere is Sierra Designs outside the box, functional design philosophy more apparent than in this tent. It's a true double wall four season tent that sets up like you're just setting up the tent body. No hassles with a huge rainfly in the wind, as it's integrated into the tent. It's lightweight, the poles and stakes are packaged separately from the tent body and attached together so it's easy to separate components for backpacking. The vestibule is large and it's a large tent overall. With two vestibules it would be huge. I am a bit surprised by how roomy it is as I usually think of a three person tent as a two person tent. This one really could hold three average sized people, especially with the second vestibule when hauling big packs. It sets up easily, and the setup is well thought out and intuitive. I set it up twice in strong winds and had it up both times in maybe five to ten minutes. It's also quite bright inside the tent, as the fabrics transmit light well. I didn't need artificial light to find things during the night. The fabrics are great. The floor fabric seems very durable and better that similar floors in other tents I own. I bought the foot print but haven't used it yet because I haven't thought I needed it. For me this tent fills a need for a year around Colorado tent. The problem with typical three season tents is that if you hike and camp in places like the Rocky Mountains, you can see snow almost any time of year. I camped over Memorial Day in a three season tent and had snow blowing inside of my tent. So, I bought this as my go-to backpacking tent for two people. A little over three pounds each, for an extremely stable, well ventilated and versatile tent. on Nov 16th 2015

    3. Customer Review

      Pro's: Upgraded our 20 year old Stretch Dome with the Convert 3. I Love how light this tent is, almost half the weight of the Stretch Dome. The awning over the door does keep rain and snow out while the door is down which is sweet for viewing in bad weather which I couldn't do in the S.D.. My wife loves hanging out in this tent in bad weather as she can see outside during storms. The vestibule is huge - not in a bad way. Lots of storage to keep gear organized and you are still able to get in and out with ease. Our dog goes backpacking with us and she loves the shade the awning provides. Cons: Set up is a bit awkward with the pole config. The H clips? I think there called are also a bit tough getting used to. The pole clips also are a little tough to engage and disengage, especially for my wife who's wrists aren't as strong as mine. I'm sure we will get used to the set up and tear down the more we use it. Still haven't figured out the guy lines - I guess I'll have to read the instructions. The two fiberglass poles which support the awning I highly recommend removing if you like to stuff your tent that way you can compress the tent a bit smaller for fitting inside a backpack, which I couldn't do with them in place. Overall, I really like this tent and would recommend it. on May 7th 2015

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