Reviewed by nosunosu from japan on Wednesday, April 16, 2014
I used this tent the other day.
I liked very much the height of the residence of the inner and the ease of access of the front chamber
I think the effect is higher measures of condensation, it's gem cost-effective
It is a very good tent!
Reviewed by Polyoly from Colorado on Wednesday, January 22, 2014
First off... I absolutely love hoop / tunnel tents and have a few Hillebergs and Expeds that I've used for many years. This tent employs the same design concepts as many classic hoopers, though that's pretty much where the similarities end. Right out of the packaging many tack points and seams were found to be poorly sewn. Not sure why Marmot chintzed out on the guy lines. They're terrible. The rear vent cant be operated from inside the tent (unless you drop the tent interior completely). The mesh on the tent interior cannot be closed off, it's just in the form of a poorly sewn window patch. The tent interior cannot be used without the fly in place (as it can be on most better tunnel designs). It is nice that it comes with a gigantic footprint that can be easily attached to the main tent via fastex clips. So, it has some of the positive points of a good hooper despite the poor construction and lack of attention to detail For the price, you may want to look at more serious manufacturers if you intend to use it in any heavy weather situations. Best of luck.