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  • Reviewed by AZHIKER from Southwest on Friday, January 27, 2017
    Super light weight. No mesh, no extra pockets, nothing you don't need. one full length pole and two small auxiliary poles. Very low and aerodynamic, needs to be guyed-out.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Hiker Ted. from Northern California. on Friday, January 20, 2017
    Wonderful fit, very light and warm. Stylish and very well made.
  • Reviewed by 4-season Fly Fisherman from Front Range, Colorado on Thursday, December 8, 2016
    I purchased the BR Propel through STP, and had hoped that the other reviewers were mistaken on the tent's actual length and width. They were right, and I found this out as well by setting up the tent in my living room, and measuring the interior with the guy lines out and the supplied poles in place. The interior measures only 60 inches long (at the corners), 70 inches at the longest point, and barely 4 feet across at the shoulders. This would have been a great 4 season option for someone else, but at 6"0" I couldn't lay flat with a thermarest, which pushed out the bottom and head area of the mesh vestibule divider. I was impressed by the design, but found that removing the long, center pole was frustrating as well - the plastic ball at the end of the pole caused the pole to bind in the dorsal sleeve, and separate. I did like the vestibule/entry design and could have lived with the sidewall slope, but I can't attest to any in-field use, because it went back to STP the following week.
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