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...
Based on 55 reviews:Overall:
Your search for "" returned reviews for ALPS-Mountaineering-Summit-Tent-4-Person-3-Season
Reviewed by familycamping from Orange, TX on Monday, February 9, 2015
While I haven't taken this tent out camping yet, we have set it up in he yard. It is super easy to set up, in fact, this is probably the easiest tent I've ever set up, and that's saying alot. It seems to be good quality for the money, and I really like the extra height. Good ventilation as well.
Reviewed by live2camp2 from Ohio on Saturday, January 17, 2015
I purchased this for a friend who's present tent/ rainfly leave something to be desired! Have NOT used the tent yet, but was very impressed that for the price, the rainfly actually buckles/ quick clips to the tent and there were guy lines in the middle of each side of the rain fly.(not really visible from the pictures) I'm sure this will be a BIG improvement from her present tent!!
Reviewed by droF from Novi, Michigan on Sunday, December 14, 2014
Bought as a starter tent for my two young grandsons to see how they take to camping. Haven't assembled it yet. For casual usage only. Appears durable enough to last a few seasons with reasonable care. Not too heavy or too big for out of car camping.
Reviewed by Outdoor Man from Santa Cruz, Ca. on Monday, November 10, 2014
I used this tent last month for the first time. I had set it up in the backyard before I left to see how difficult it was for one man to set up. Not that tough. It took about twenty minutes to get it done. The rainfly was short, so I added a small tarp over the top. Good thing, it really rained hard that night, and I had no water in the tent what-so-ever. I'm happy with the purchase so far. I'll write again after I've used it four or five more times. It could use a second door, but it's a nice tent for two. More that two with gear could get crowded. I think I'm going to seam seal the entire tent & fly before going out again, just to be sure. It is a car camping tent, too heavy to carry.
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