The North Face Homestead Domey 3 Tent

The North Face
Homestead Domey 3 Tent

The North Face Homestead Domey 3 Tent is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 26.
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FEATURES of The North Face Homestead Domey 3 Tent

  • Three full doors ensure you won't have to roll over your partner to get out
  • Mesh skylight lets you stargaze on dry nights
  • Small fly covers the mesh skylight on stormy nights
  • Duffel-bag-style stuffsack for easy transporting and packing
  • High-low ventilation for better breathability
  • Included SudStake works as a bottle opener and a tent stake
  • Single-wall design is fully waterproof and makes for easy pitching

Fabric Details

  • Fly: 75D polyester, 1200 mm PU coating
  • Canopy: 75D breathable polyester taffeta, water-resistant finish
  • Mesh: 40D polyester mesh
  • Floor: 75D polyester, 1500 mm PU coating
Product Specifications
Features: Stuff Sack Included, Gear Loft Included, Single Wall
Weight: 127 oz
Floor Area: 49.51 Square Feet
Peak Height: 49 in.
Manufacturer Warranty: Lifetime
Disclaimer: We only ship this brand to US Addresses.
Best Use: Camping, Backpacking, Car Camping
Sleep Capacity: 3
Number of Doors: 3
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Hard to set up This tent nearly ruined my relationship, I had a lovely May long weekend planned with my partner. After a long drive we were excited to set up camp and start the weekend. We quickly it a road block in setting up this tent. Three poles, color coordinated, I thought to myself "no biggie"... I was wrong. I struggled to get the poles in the gromets, while my partner was suggesting I was doing it wrong. I took a step back and looked at it, took the poles out, reworked everything and had a good stretch and went back to it. I'm 6' 1" 185lbs and in okay shape and it took two of us to snap the pole in, my "pre bent" pole now has multiple bends.
Date published: 2018-05-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This tent is AMAZING! I am in love with this tent, from the quality of the structure to the beautiful print, it's just great! It was a pain getting it set up the first two times, but we found it's easier to set up if you don't stake it down first. I've camped in multiple Midwest thunderstorms in this tent and it has stayed completely dry and didn't collapse, this is the first tent I've had that I can say that about so that's pretty impressive. It's very spacious, too. You could easy fit a queen size air mattress and still have plenty of room for gear.
Date published: 2018-09-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I am considering buying two of these tents I'm in Total Love with this tent ! We Set her Up and slept in it watching the moon sail over head till I fell to sleep. Awoke up to a rain shower, jumped up put on the cover and presto , snug as a bug in a cozy nest. Last night we had the BIGGEST STORM EVER , three inches of rain in five minutes ! Coming in sideways, , But not a drop in my super cool tent ! Our last tent ,also North Face , lasted more then 20 years of heavy duty camping. NORTH FACE , THE ONLY SOURCE FOR DEPENDABLE, DURABLE , DELIGHT !
Date published: 2017-05-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love this tent! I bought this tent and the shelter(fshelter cam from an outdoor store) and I love them. Both are a bit hard to set up alone but really not bad with two ppl. It seriously took us under 10 minuets but that's coz we knew about the color coded poles. We also bought the matching bags in the homestead collection just coz we liked the print. The snackle bag is extremely useful and well made as well as the road soda and the road tripped. I hope to use them more in the next few months
Date published: 2018-06-19
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Extremely difficult to setup. Heavy condensation issues. I loved it a lot when it came and as I unpacked it. But that was all. It's extremely difficult to setup, took two people, 20 mins, and immense amount of energy to setup. The poles are too long to go easily in grommets. In all night rain it collected heavy condensation. When fly is on there is very less ventilation. The cold ground created big water droplets in each inside corner of the tent that causes water puddle inside the tent. The tent gates are also not very well designed. Because they fall down when opened thy get dirty immediately and make getting in and out of the tent difficult. The only upside of this product is the quality of material. It's very rich. But overall this tent is very big disappointment.
Date published: 2018-06-02
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Domey 3 Tent, Things that make this tent cool.....color, style, pockets everywhere and skylight. Tough to set up, getting the poles in the grommets can take a bit of leverage. I've tried to set it up in many different ways.....still takes some brut force to get them in. It does make for a tight fit when it's up, which is good, but can be difficult. I do overnight rafting trips in central Oregon, wind gust can sent a lot of tents down river, domey 3 didn't even budge. Works for me.
Date published: 2018-10-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love the tent and would buy another TNF any day Great tent! This is my first TNF tent and I'm impressed. I read the reviews stating the setup was difficult, but went ahead anyway considering I'd figure it out. Yes it is tight, but the key is to make sure your pole color goes to the corresponding pole tab (where the pole end sticks in w/grommet) Start by placing all the poles in the correct sleeves and pull the bunched sections apart. Start with the 2 shorter poles, note that the tent poles wrap around the tent, not directly over top to give you a "dome" structure. Insert 1 end of the pole and then the other, as you are inserting the opposite side, pull slack out of the tent by sliding the pole tab w/grommet towards you, and pushing the pole into the tent, the pole will naturally fall to its canted position then the grommet goes on nicely, repeat with other short pole and finally the long one in front. Steak down accordingly. I had no issues and I love the mesh top for dry nights. The multiple doors with mesh allowed for added air flow as well as the small side vents. I dont have the footprint yet but used a tarp for the time being. A small amount of condensation was present in corners on a rainy outing, but dried quickly with morning sun. Works well in rain and stays dry from rainfall. The last outing including severe thunderstorms with torrential rain, that lasted several hours. I was expecting strong storms so I purchased the thermarest tranquility wing to pitch overtop for added water resistance, considering this is a lightweight single wall tent. It worked fantastic and I can use the wing for a vestibule, sun shade and multiple other uses. @ only 3lbs, it didnt add much. The tent held up great, has good airflow when fully opened, but like any other tent gets very warm inside on hot muggy days, which the wing helps in that case to keep the sun from being directly on the tent. IMO, if northface was to make an "optional" fly or wing to create a double wall with vestibule or sunshade it would be perfect!
Date published: 2018-08-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Absolutely loved. I fell in love with the Tibetan Heat Map print a full twelve months ago. Now that we're a year later, I had to pick it up. I am in love. I decided to write a review having read all previous reviews, from someone who isn't terrible strong, and a casual camper. re: Set up issues: Tibetan has two purple poles and one orange pole. (different colours for different patterns, I'm sure!) In my case, you must do the orange pole last! Set up the two purple poles through the sleeves and it takes a little effort, but not impossible with one person. Then, thread your orange pole. One your poles are in, it's an easy set up. Make sure you keep your edges taut, it looks nicer and the rains slicks right off. Rain cover sits on top and doesn't budge. Negatives: we camped three days in solid rain and noticed some pooling in the very corners- about a tablespoon or two of rainwater. Suspect it's coming through the seams, given the low volume. We will be spraying our seams before next outing. Some condensation gathered on the inside. During the warmer breaks of the day, we opened up the doors and allowed the sun to dry out the tent quickly and efficiently. I would not recommend this tent for the heavy rain we just endured, just given the pooling. However, for summer camping with light rain, and plenty of sun, this tent will do splendidly. Overall, I love this tent and we will be using it for years to come. The colour is so striking and pretty. It kept us very warm, and dry. (rain in the corners stayed in the corners) There's a drying line that runs the inside of the tent that I strung battery-operated string lights to, and seeing the twinkling against the warm colours was really pretty.
Date published: 2018-05-20
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