Reviewed by Rainy play group from Alabama on Thursday, October 2, 2014
All the great points: 6' 2" tall interior cabin, nice quality rain fly with taped seams, 2 gear pockets, lantern hook on ceiling, easy to assemble- like 10 minutes, bag actually room for the tent- could easily add a footprint and it would fit in bag with tent. Footprint not included and you should...
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Reviewed by Susan from Pacific NW on Saturday, April 2, 2016
I've bought other items from Alps Mountaineering and always been happy with their quality. This tent, though... not so much. (To be fair, I didn't find any evidence that it IS actually connected with Alps--their name doesn't appear anywhere on tent or packaging) Yes, it is big and it's a dome tent. But literally the first time I set it up, I noticed that a hole was already forming in the mesh material on the dome top, where the plastic hook fastens to the pole to create tension. This did not inspire confidence in the quality of its construction. I'm returning this one for a refund.
Reviewed by arront from Spokane, WA on Thursday, January 21, 2016
I bought 10 of these tents. They are used by the Boy Scouts and have shown themselves to be a great value. The first camp out we used them on was the Klondike Derby where we got 4" of snow that Saturday. These are not 4-season tents, but held up well to the abuse. The rain fly kept them dry on the inside and the vents work great.
Reviewed by MN camper from MN on Tuesday, May 26, 2015
This tent is large and has plenty of height, however I'm very concerned about how thin the floor material (Polyethylene sheeting) is. It definitely needs protectoin below, and probably above the flooring to avoid puncture.
There is and image of the tent with the fly that it comes with in the thumb nail below on the right. Our shipping rates are based on order cost. For more about our shipping rates go to this link. http://www.sierratradingpost.com/lp2/shipping-policy/#usshippingrates
Answered on 8/30/2013 9:23:52 AM by Jack from Sierra Trading Post