Customer Reviews Of:
Mountain Hardwear Corners 3 Tent - 3-Person, 3-Season

Closeouts. Base camp gets an upgrade with Mountain Hardwear's Corners 3 tent, designed with corner pole hubs, arch stabilizers, fly vents and a UV-resistant window to maximize interior space, ventilation and natural light for a comfortable camping experience.

Average Rating based on 7 reviews 4.142857 0 5
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  • Reviewed by LWidd from Colorado on Wednesday, April 20, 2016
    I bought this thinking it should work for my teenage daughter and I to camp in. We live in Colorado so it cools off at night no matter what season. The tent windows are only screens so it ventilated whether you want it to or not. Even with the full fly deployed, the tent wouldn't hold heat on our spring break trip to Moab. Plus we couldn't zip it up to keep the red dust out. Well made but should seal up.
  • Reviewed by Mtn Stew from CO on Monday, February 10, 2014
    I was impressed with how easy this was to set up, and the ample head room it offered. Haven't taken it outdoors yet (only set up inside to check it out). I was disappointed that it came with what seemed to be cheap tubular-hook style stakes. Not a deal breaker since I already had a set of V style that I swapped them out with.
  • Reviewed by DJ from California on Friday, October 11, 2013
    I haven't camped with the tent yet, but I'm looking forward to it!

    Do know that the tent that comes does not fit the picture that STP uses!!! It is much less private (without the fly) with wide mesh windows all over, and the door design is different (very low). Check out Mountain Hardware website for the accurate picture
  • Reviewed by Betsy from Louisiana on Monday, August 26, 2013
    I use this tent for camping on the beach in Florida and it met all my expectations. July 4th weekend was a very wet one with heavy rain and wind, and I had no problems at all with the wind or rain. I stayed high and dry. Roomy for two people with a queen size air mat and ample storage area left on three sides. Easy to stand up and move around inside. The outside storage area comes in real handy, especially during rain downpours. I received many compliments on my tent at the campground I usually go.
  • Reviewed by Upper Midwest from Upper Midwest on Wednesday, August 21, 2013
    We bought this specifically for kayak camping. We chose it for it's light weight, portability, roominess and cost. We are giddy about many features:

    * Hey, we can change clothes sitting upright!
    * If it's raining we can sit upright and play cards!
    * Good ventilation (beyond important with more than one in a tent.)
    * Two doors! No more irritating your spouse by crawling over her on the way to a late night pee.
    * Vestibules to keep gear dry in the rain
    * Built in gear pockets everywhere

    We weren't too happy at the floor design because in a raging rainfall a seamless tub floor is the way to go, but, hey, the sale price was excellent and as I mentioned earlier, after camping in a wee pup tent we are slap-happy and giddy at all this space in a lightweight tent that easily slips in and out of our kayak hatches. We will need to buy a foot or a pad of some sort before we go on our next island paddle. If it proves problematic in the rain you'll hear it first.
  • Reviewed by Wondering Wanderer from Juneau, Alaska on Thursday, August 8, 2013
    Took this on a solo car camping trip in the Yukon. Wanted something larger and taller than my 2 man tent so that I could stow my gear, use an air mattress without taking up the whole tent floor, change clothes inside comfortably, etc. This tent met all my expectations. Vestibules provided extra storage when necessary. Wasn't hard to set up once you set it up once and know what to do. Picture of this tent is wrong on website. It has much more netting instead of nylon panels depicted and the door is not oblong as it shows which means you have to bend down more to get in and out. The rainfly is more oblong, but the actual tent door is more horizontal.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by kyriverman from ky on Monday, December 24, 2012
    The tent is good quality as mountain hardwear always is.But its kinda on the small side for a three person tent.
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