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Great buy for me!
High quality, very easy to set up and takedown. Great value for this cost.
poles could be shorter for packing a backpacking bag
Looks like a great buy!
Purchased this tent for some bikepacking adventures. When the tent arrived I set it up in the backyard on a very windy afternoon and was immediately impressed with the ease of set up and overall stability. As I am just getting started with bikepacking I couldn't justify a $300-400 tent.... just yet. :) Looks like this will be a well designed starter tent!
Tent comes with just 5 stakes for the tent corners and fly. Will need a few extra to stake the fly. On the other hand it comes with a footprint so can't really complain!
Could not be more pleased
Order process/shipping quick and easy. Exactly what I wanted - high quality materials and construction. High ease of assembly and takedown/packing. Very good ventilation and addition of footprint a big plus.
- Great overall Quality and Value - Footprint included - Decent OEM stakes - Small and lightweight - At 6' there is room to sit up straight
- It would be nice if there were another pocket inside the tent - Very little as this tent provides a great overall value and trade off between size, weight and cost
Excellent value and best color in the forest! A great size for one taller person. Easy to set up.
included footprint,color coded poles for easy setup
A little small for my size 6”2-245
Nice 1P Tent for the Price
The tent is easy and quick to set up. There is plenty of room inside, as long as you leave your pack in the vestibule. The included footprint makes this tent well worth the money.
During humid nights condensation builds up on the inside of the fly unless the vestibule door is left open. Also, there are not enough stakes for the tent and the included guy lines.
Nice tent with a few flaws
Spent one night in this tent but admittedly returned it afterwards. Spacious for one person, liked the color-coded set up. Great value with the footprint.
No end timeouts on fly, two seams across center of floor, large pack size.
Good, lightweight but not great
Lightweight for 1 person (about 1.5KG), roomy, footprint included. Didn't checked with rain yet.
It really looks like footprint's holes are bigger that tent's holes and footprint is not fixed at all. Not a big deal, however... One small pocket that separated into two small ones.
Solid and well built. Comes with a footprint.
Pack size is a little big compared to ultralight options, but great for the price.
Great Little Tent
This tent includes the foot print. Doesn't seem like a big deal till you have to pick one up for an extra $30. Great build quality. All the seams are taped and no loose stitching. Comparable to my Kelty tents.
Aluminum poles aren't DAC, but they are just as good. Mesh seems a little stiff. Anyways I'm nitpicking here... it's a great tent
A great tent for a great value
Very reasonable price for a lightweight tent. Lighter alternatives will cost you hundreds of dollars more. Very breathable lightweight design. Besides the "tub" you lay down in, almost the entire tent is mesh. When pitched properly, the rain fly is suspended ~3 inches away from the mesh walls. Comes with a footprint. Color-coded intuitive setup ensures you align everything right the first time, every time. Most materials and components are high-quality and durable. The design makes the most out of minimal features. The inside of the tent has a hook at the apex, four simple fabric loops at mid-height along the poles, and a two-compartment pocket at ground level by your head. The vestibule design is probably my favorite part. It easily fits my large Osprey Aether 70 AG with enough extra space for stepping in and out. You can set up the vestibule in such a way that it is "open" and breathable when you go to bed, but can easily zip it closed without fuss if it starts to rain. I plan to make a little footprint for my pack from tyvek.
I have a short list of dislikes, and they're all minor: The squeeze clips that attach the rainfly to the corners of the tent are skirting the line between lightweight and cheap. They're made of very light plastic. The setup instructions don't describe how the footprint is supposed to be attached. I figured it out.