Reviewed by NC camper from NC on Friday, July 06, 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...
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Reviewed by LoJo from Michigan on Tuesday, September 08, 2015
Pro's: easy to set up, breakdown, fairly roomy. Good in light to moderate rain.
Con's: could really use some inside grommets for hanging gear.
MAJOR Con: during heavy rains the tent leaked at all 4 corners and had a steady drip running off one of the INSIDE toggles (see photo), resulting in a good sized door puddle
Reviewed by Dylan G. from SW Montana on Tuesday, August 18, 2015
I enjoyed this tent the first time I used it for a two night car camping adventure into Yellowstone NP. Set up is a breeze, even with just one person. As the size and weight from the specs imply, this tent ideally would not be used for backcountry camping, which was fine by me, because I just needed a big tent for camping at car-side campsites. And it delivers the roominess required for such activities, as I fit four folks (including two brawny men) into the tent no problem. The only issue we had was that it rained ALL DAY for the first day it was set up, and it did allow some water in, leaving my friend's sleeping bag mighty damp, but in all fairness we may have set the tent up in a poor spot as it was, and there are too many variables to definitively say after one use whether it is the tent's fault.
All in all, I am pleased with the tent's value, and plan to use it many times in the future.
Reviewed by Elyse from Wyoming on Wednesday, August 12, 2015
I bought this as a gift for my sister. She hasn't used it yet, but she set it up at home and found it to be easy to set up and it seems well constructed. I think this was a good buy. It was only slightly more expensive than a tent you would buy at Walmart or Target, but the quality is higher.
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