The North Face Kaiju 4 Person Tent - Past Season

The North Face Kaiju 4 Person Tent - Past Season is rated 3.6 out of 5 by 53.
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The North Face Kaiju 4 Person Tent - Past Season
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You’ll feel right at home with The North Face® Kaiju 4 Person Tent. With a floor area of 58.94 sq ft and a peak height of 68”, this Kaiju tent comfortably sleeps up to 4 adults. Featuring a foot wiper, internal hanger loops, and a full-length rainfly, The North Face® Kaiju 4 has all the amenities serious campers look for. The Kaiju 4 has two separate entry-points, adding to the convenience of this 4-person tent.


  • 4 person tent
  • Seasons: 3
  • Internal hanger loops for convenience
  • 6+ pockets for storage
  • Foot wiper
  • Convertible sunshade front vestibule
  • Number of poles: 3
  • Pole diameter: 9.5 mm
  • Doors: 2
  • Vestibules: 2
  • Full-length rainfly included

For additional information relating to the Manufacturer's Warranty, please contact 855-500-8639.

  • Dimensions: 96” x 88” x 68”
  • Floor area: 58.94 sq ft
  • Vestibule area: 21.81 sq ft / 11.17 sq ft
  • Peak height: 68”
  • Fly material: 68D polyester, 1200 mm PU coating
  • Canopy material: 68D polyester
  • Floor material: 150D polyester, 1500 mm PU coating
  • Total weight: 12 lbs 11.8 oz
  • Trail weight: 10 lbs 10.4 oz
  • Fastpack weight: 7 lbs 7.5 oz
  • Packed size: 10” x 27”
  • Manufacturer’s lifetime limited warranty
  • Brand: The North Face
  • Country of Origin: Imported
  • Style: A3C6


Rated 5 out of 5 by from Big and Roomy! Worth the money! My girlfriend and I used this tent in Yosemite in April of 2014. Camping in Wawona was amazing with this tent. We set it up in less than 20 minutes with two people and were extremely happy with its size and shape. The tent held up well to the small amounts of wind we experienced. If it is the summer months, the tent will get pretty hot with the rain fly on, as expected. Overall we were extremely happy with the Kaiju 6 and are going to use it for all of our future camping trips. Thanks North Face!
Date published: 2014-05-04
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Perfect tent for the intent/money I recently bought this tent for a large family tent. So far, I have camped in it twice here in Hawaii. The tent has been great!! It's easy to set up, easy to move around in, plenty of room, and a grown adult can stand up in it. On our recent camping trip to Kauai there was a storm that came through with rain and some strong gusty wind. I thought the tent held up nicely (zero water inside) and it held up good in the wind even though I didn't have the lines run out. I would recommend this tent to my friends!
Date published: 2015-03-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent tent Kaiju After reading all of the comments herein my wife and I had this up, staked, and ready in less than 15 minutes, fly included. If you do it right, with a little tension, you velcro the fly to the poles where indicated, there is no water puddling on the roof, and you can relax. I gave it a good hosing down and not a drop of water inside anywhere. Even the supplied stakes were heavy and adequate but I will upgrade them later. It's a large tent especially for my claustrophobic wife who says no more than three or four will fit with comfort. I'm over 6' tall and I can stand comfortably inside. Even though it's late September it's still 95F in South Texas. Rainfly keeps it a little warm inside but a little breeze flows through nicely. Great tent.
Date published: 2015-09-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best Warranty in the Country I have always owned North Face products and any time I have had any minor issues they have always taken care of me. Recently our 12 year old bedrock tent had an issue with the rain fly. My expectation was to get a repair of it , but since they no longer make it North Face stepped up and replaced the entire tent and FP without any negotiations... Best Warranty in the Country and best Customer Service team to deal with. Thank you North Face
Date published: 2014-11-07
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good stuff I got the Kaiju 4, it is the perfect size for 4 people and high enough for full standing in. There was raining all night but the tend was just perfect, we did not get water in. The only disadvantage is the small front vestibule. It is not really comfortable to get out of the tend when is rain.
Date published: 2014-08-21
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great Vestibule Overall, this is a good tent design, but I think the consistently positive reviews are stemming exclusively from the extra-large vestibule. Without the generous vestibule, this tent does not shine brighter than its competition. Don't get me wrong, I love the main vestibule, but when taut, the zipper on the vestibule is difficult to close, and the storm flap tends to get caught in the zipper. With the vestibule open, privacy is lost since there is no "solid door" option for the main entrance to the tent. But most importantly, and the reason I am writing... the flat area of the rainfly, between the three main tent poles, holds water. You can shake the tent and some water will drain down the sides, but some of the water just bounces up and down and does not drain. One morning after a light rain, I woke up to a pancake-sized puddle on the roof of my tent. I pushed up on the tent/rainfly to drain the water, and all of the condensation from the inside of the tent was soaked up by the mesh ceiling and then dripped to the floor. There are many important features that make this tent great, but there are things that keep it from being a 5-star product.
Date published: 2014-08-18
Rated 1 out of 5 by from The tent failed twice. I have had the tent for almost 2 years and used it on 3 camping trips. I am very experienced and this is my 4th Northface tent. The tent worked perfect on a trip to Big Bend NP in calm conditions and moderate temps. The tent failed miserably during the night in a windy rainstorm in the Chiricahua Mts. It blew down with us inside so we spent the next hour evacuating the tent in the rain. Last month we went to Canyonlands and the tent blew down twice, no rain, just wind. The tent and rainfly were completely staked down with velcro tabs attached to the poles. The tent blew down on us one night and then again permanently when all the poles bent the next day. It took 4 men to get the gear out of the tent and to pack it up. We slept in the seats of the truck. Not fun. The other two tents in the party, REI and Sierra Designs, stood up just fine. I returned the tent and am waiting to hear back from Northface. This tent is only good for the kids to use in the yard. First time I have had a Northface product fail on me and I bought the original Oval Intention way back in 1975. I just want to warn people away form this model.
Date published: 2017-05-15
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Light Weather Car-Camper Tent I waited to write this review till I had used the Kaiju 4 North Face tent for one full year, to make sure I experienced all the pros and cons. My main use of the tent is for simple car camping, however we live in a range of environmental factors and I have children. That is why I choose to purchase from the North Face; they are dependable for life. The construction of the tent is awkward to say the least but it does keep water out. The design must have been to maximize height but dramatically decreases the performance in the wind, makes for an awkward setup and the mesh allows wind in. The height of the tent is great because you can stand upright. However, using only 3 poles may have kept the weight down, but it is a car camping tent. Does weight really matter? More poles could dramatically increase the stability even if they add weight. The tent has experienced gusting winds between 20 - 40 mph. I angled the rain fly in the general direction and guyed it tightly down. The vestibules still pulled out and I bought the big tent stakes for an easy fix. I was concerned about the pressures and tensions I placed on the rain fly after using the large tent stakes. The fabric is very tight to allow it to hug the ground to slightly decrease the wind effect. I fear tearing out the guy lines or ripping out a seam or busting the zippers wide open. They are the small gage zippers, which are fragile and I did not expect to see them on a North Face tent. The other issue, even though it is a 3 season tent, is the mesh. Yes, it is there because it is a 3 season tent but that doesn't mean it should be there alone. On those windy nights, the wind comes right in under the fly into the tent. Some simple window zip flaps could easily prevent this and still allow 'breathability'. Nothing dramatic, just the option to reduce unwanted breezes during the chilly June temps in the northern hemisphere. The setup of this tent is very awkward. The tent itself has three poles that are color coded but then comes the fly. It drapes over the tent and has Velcro to wrap around crossing points of the poles. I have begun to fit it snuggly but you have to guy it out because of the awkward panel design that does give you two vestibules but isn't the most intuitive. The reason it is confusing is because of the vestibules. The instructions only show one perspective of the tent and without knowing what the back side looks like; you better set this sucker up in the backyard before you arrive at the campground. It's been rained on, snowed on, and covered with a bit of frost and no moisture has made it in. We have always used the rain fly with it. I think the dew would drip through the mesh top without it. Overall, I like this tent but I do not see it lasting as long as my father's North Face Oval Intention from 1976. Now that is a great tent, even if I am comparing a 4 season to a 3 season. There is some serious room for improvement on the Kaiju tent series.
Date published: 2015-05-25
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