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All of these fit perfectly in the provided carry bag and can easily be attatched to a backpacking backpack for the trek. Our product testers loved this product for its size, weight and packability. There are many tents for camping out there, but this 2 person tent is a staple in the industry.Order yours TODAY and get out there and explore!
I have only just received my tent in anticipation of an upcoming trip. I DID set it up to make sure all pieces were packed (They were) and to check the seams, zippers, etc so that I didn't have any surprises once I'm in the middle of nowhere. So, in a nut shell, all pieces were accounted for, it was not difficult to set up (although I prefer external frame with hooks as opposed to threaded frames ... just easier, in my opinion). The seams on the rain cover are taped. It wasn't difficult to roll/fold back up to fit in the stuff sack, and the straps on the sack make it easy to connect to my backpack. It seems to be well constructed. This is my first camping trip, so I have nothing to compare it to, but if it was easy enough for a complete novice, it should be easy enough for anybody. In the absence of actually getting to sleep in my tent, it looks like it will be a pleasant and minimal effort outing. I will post back after my trip or after my first rain storm IF there are problems, but for now I can give it 5 stars.
I used this tent for a week in Colorado and it was awesome.
This tent is perfect for hiking. My husband and I both fit in it very well and we are pretty tall (5'10 & 6'3). The cover keeps it toasty inside the tent, so it's perfect for cold weather. We actually got pretty hot in 30 degree weather! It's also great without the cover on and the 2 mesh doors keep the air circulating nicely. ,The best part is that it packs down smaller than a sleeping bag or sleeping pad and is very light too! Overall, great tent at a great price.
Great tent! I brought it along with me on a two week camping trip and it held up pretty well. One of the metal holes to attach the poles to the tent fell off, and there was a small tear in the mesh after two weeks, but that is to be expected from a $75 tent. Kept in heat very well and kept out water very well too.
This is a great compact, lightweight tent we took backpacking. It was below freezing at night and it kept us warm. We will be spraying the tent and cover because there was a lot of condensation that did pool in the corner by our feet. Looking forward to future trips with this tent. A great value for the price.
Here are honest pros and cons
✅ Spacious. Plenty of room for two people and you can even fit your packs (if smaller in size) in the tent with you comfortably.
✅ Double door, allows for great ventilation and outside and inside open and closure.
✅ Waterproof floor (although I have not tested yet. I will be on an upcoming trip).
✅ One person easy set up. Once you understand the steps, it is a breeze going forward to set up)
✅ Break down is just as easy.
✅ Rolls up and stores back into the original case with no difficulty or trouble condensing it back to storage size.
✅ Rainfly sets up and angles away from the tent for the water to roll away.
✅ Rainfly has vent flaps that can be propped up to allow for outside air to enter your main compartment
✅ Rainfly has zipped doors on both sides of the tent to allow access to inside
❎ Stakes are a bit poor. I used my heel to place a little pressure to push the stake into the ground and it bent.
❎ No instructions come with the tent. You will need to refer back to the products amazon link to see instructions (one of the images of the product is the instructions)
❎ The poles are fed through a mesh track. I prefer them to clip on. What happens if the mesh tracks break or rip? Just something to think about for the manufacture.
Overall: I am pleased and very surprised by the great design and craftsmenshipbof this product. I recommend.
TIPS: despite ANY brand of tent stating it is waterproof, you always want to ensure you spray waterproof it before certain exposure to moisture and rain.
Here are some pictures of the tent. Please ask any questions. I would be happy to assist.