Reviewed by Sharpify from Iowa on Friday, May 16, 2014
We decided to give hiking and camping a try. The tent went up very easily. One downfall is that most window zippers were outside; it was inconvenient while we were in an area with rapid and extreme weather changes.
Reviewed by survialist bob from Colorado on Wednesday, April 23, 2014
Got this tent and went to set it up and there was a area near the door that wasn't sewed from the manufacture. They missed the sewing machine but it would have been ok as far as workable. But I decided to call STP and talked to the customer service rep and she said to send it back and they would replace it no problem. NICE. So I packed it up as she asked and sent it back.
The Tent looks a bit cheaply made but I am used to much more expensive ones. For the price and the use of what I wanted this will do and its just as described. Actually it has some features that I didn't expect like a door floor mat sewn right in and it has a nice venting system on the backside too that I never saw before. Should be a good CAR camping tent.
Reviewed by K from central california on Thursday, April 17, 2014
Flimsy poles. And once we got the tent set up and zipped the tent close, the zipper broke! After gently trying to close it with the 2nd zipper, it failed too! Both zippers broke in a matter of seconds and there are NO zipper tracks to fix it. Trip RUINED! It was chilly at night and the only solution we could do was to use duct tape from the inside to seal it, which barely helped at all. Plus even though there is plenty of ventilation, there is no flap to close out the wind. [...] and no wonder its so cheap.