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Simple construction of one ply rip stop nylon in blue and green. Grommets at the corners for staking down. Not entirely sure if this was the complete unit or if there would have been a tarp or tube tent covering. Good for a layer of wind proofing and would keep your bag clean as is though. Nice example of a later first generation puffer jacket. Some of the giveaways as to its more recent age are the embossed buttons, TNF branded zipper pull and materials tag. Construction also included what I refer to as stitched rivets at stress points such as pocket openings. I would classify the tent as a two-man, three season tent.
Tent is a three pole free-standing tent. Two poles crisscross from the corners with another looping from side to side around the front for an easy yet sturdy structure. The rain fly includes a decent size vestibule. Zippered opening into the vestibule and through the fly screen and nylon door. Inside venting flaps are closed by Velcro in a weight saving exercise. Early TNF larger size semi-rigid tear drop shaped rucksack with extremely impressive ergo dynamics.
Classic TNF navy blue nylon makes up the back and sides, while the back panel is made of a heavy cotton. Two hidden rods, most likely a heavy plastic run from the bottom inside points up along the seam between the back panel and side to the top of the pack. These rods bow so when the pack is worn they start near your shoulder blades and end up on the sides of your hips.
It pretty much hugs you when you wear it.
Beautifully styled with a suede leather bottom, lashing squares on the side, front and top flap. Felted strap p attached to dark olive color nylon web straps. Top flap has zippered access underneath. Adjustable clasp waist strap. Large top and bottom hanging loops. Travel in style with this early 80s TNF garment bag. This khaki and navy Cordura and Nylon bag is in good shape and ready to go. Front pocket containing the label zips at top and has front facing zip pocket as well. On the back side there is a small map pocket with Velcro access between the nylon webbing.
Buckled compression straps on either side keep the bag together when folded. The bottom is roughly the same size but is partitioned in down the middle. There is a nylon belt across the center to secure garments. As well as two pockets at the top. There is a metal rod running through the middle of the bag at the fold for support. There are some black marks on the front and bottom of the bag from use see photos other wise is clean and free from holes.
The insides are in near perfect condition. It Features quick and easy construction using three collapsible poles, two screen windows with door screen and solid flap. Rain fly with peak attaches under the poles and has a shock cord around the door to stabilize in adverse conditions. This particular set up includes: Tent Rain Fly 3 poles marked North Face 19 1 aluminum peak pole 12 aluminum Stakes 1 extra rain fly cord Tent pole tips sheet.
Approximate Measurements: Packed weight: 6. Virtually the same pattern as their iconic down coats with a Fiberfill insulation.
Not nearly as poofy, but equally as warm. This coat has the smaller non-embossed snaps, which I believe predate the embossed. Estimated mid to late 70s production. This light weight two-man tent uses two poles in a double helix fashion to erect. The poles lock into riveted brass rings on at the corners of the tent. The rain fly sits atop the poles and is staked down as well.
Inside the area measures: 59 inches across in the center Two small velcro up windows at each end with mesh storage below. TALON zippers on bug screen and outer door. This North Face Gore-Tex jacket is quite the piece. Full Gore-Tex outer and nylon inner lining. Very stylish and still functional as a windbreaker, the Gore-Tex has lost most of its repellent properties but could be treated with an aftermarket treatment if one so desired.
The label boast the remnants of the former owners last name in faded permanent marker. Gore-Tex received its first patent in and that combine with the brown label would date this jacket late 70s early 80s. North Face brown label stuff sack.
Very clean, only one small snag to the right of the label. This stuff sack probably accompanied a vest. In the picture of it stuffed it contains a size medium Gerry down vest which fits quite comfortably. However the uses you may find for this thing are unlimited. Brown Label. A truly amazing functional and fashionable pack. This particular set up includes: Tent Rain Fly 3 poles marked North Face 19 1 aluminum peak pole 12 aluminum Stakes 1 extra rain fly cord Tent pole tips sheet Approximate Measurements: Packed weight: 6.
This coat features: top and side entry front pockets snap closure storm flap YKK two-way zipper bottom hem draw cord with original cord lock optional snap closure at wrist reinforced stitching at stress points. Weight: approx. Features include: Two zippered front hip pockets Zippered internal chest pocket The North Face embossed snaps and zip front closure Two-piece hood with compression over the brow and 2.
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