Reviewed by NC camper from NC on Friday, July 6, 2012
Very pleased with this product. Plenty of room for two men with gear and sleeping bags. Especially liked the center height. We put a tarp underneath just to add protection, but the construction of the bottom is very durable anyway. We didn't have rain or wind so I can't say about those, but I am...
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Reviewed by PDK97110 from Cannon Beach on Tuesday, October 28, 2014
I was pleasantly surprised by this tent when I set it up. A few nice little details and everything looks well constructed. For anyone looking for a basic car camping tent that is a step above what your going to find at the big box stores this is a good option to consider.
Reviewed by Brian from AZ on Monday, September 15, 2014
This is an average quality tent for the price. I would consider it a good value for those who infrequently camp. It is slightly better than a standard Coleman. The downfalls of this tent are the zippers are low quality and the tent fabric is also low quality. Yes, the poles as mentioned in a prior review are fiberglass and will break if not careful but at this price point these are standard issues with all tents.
Reviewed by Shawn from Alaska from Alaska on Friday, September 5, 2014
So I bought this tent for my daughter it was here first, and it was love at first site. Price is good it is the typical two pole free standig design and very roomy, she kept saying how kuch she love it. That was last summer, thsi summer she was campped out on the beach in Hoker Alaska, they had a we bit of and wham, poles broke. This was only her second time using it! Yes it was guyed down, ti somply would not hold up. In truth the problem is any time you have a freestanding tent you arelalread placing stress on the poles by bending them, couple that with fiber glass and you have recipe for disaster. This tent is consctructed nicley but the poles are not good, DO NOT BUY TENTS WITH FIBERGLASS POLES! I have two other tents bith have aluminum and work great.
Reviewed by TW from Washington State on Tuesday, August 19, 2014
I am thrilled to purchase a "go to" car camping tent for under $100. Set up is quick and uncomplicated. Rain fly a bit weird but does the job. Have yet to use it in other than ideal conditions, but so far so good...
The seams are not sealed. It does have a polyurethane coating and the rain fly will also protect from moisture.
Answered on 7/6/2011 12:00:00 AM by Customer Care from Sierra Trading Post
The fly is factory sealed and urethane-coated. The sidewalls that are exposed to the weather are also. The floor tub is woven poly tarp material, which, although heavy, is waterproof and rugged. In several days of wet camping, it leaked a small of water around the rear window zipper, but certainly was not flooded. It was far dryer in these conditions than my other tent, a two-person Eureka Apex. The size and vertical walls make it simple to stay out of contact with the fly, which can lead to getting wet from condensation.
Answered on 8/16/2011 12:00:00 AM by Canuman from NEK of VT
This tent weighs 11 lbs 4 oz. and the dimensions are 7'6"x6'6". The peak height is 60".
Answered on 5/19/2011 12:00:00 AM by Customer Care from Sierra Trading Post
"Question “How much does this tent weight? What are the dimensions? How about the height in the center?”
Asked on 5/15/2011 12:00:00 AM by Ed from Minnesota"
1). How much does this tent weight? ----- I don't know.... Lets go look at the product description for the item.
2). What are the dimensions? -------- I don't know.... Lets go look at the product description for the item.
3). How about the height in the center? ----- I don't know.... Lets go look at the product description for the item.
Answered on 5/11/2013 1:40:18 AM by Lawyer's Kid from Speedway, IN