I would give it 6 stars if I could.
Reviewed by Melanoma Survivor from Colorado on Monday, September 29, 2014
I promised to come back and review this tent because I never have. I have used this tent for 4 camping trips out of our boat at Lake Powell. It has surpassed my expectations. Last year, I was caught in the weather system that caused the Sept flooding in Colorado. I had never seen so much rain and wind at Lake Powell. It was extremely unusual and scary to camp in. Everything at Lake Powell is hard rock, so I had to put big rocks in the corners to keep the tent from blowing away, (couldn't stake it). There were sustained high winds all night long and our boat was beached big time. I had to sleep in cat naps because the wind howl kept waking me up. This tent flexed and flexed and I kept thinking it would collapse, but it never did. It rained almost every night, and when setup properly with the rain fly, my gear, my German Shepherd and I stayed dry. On clear nights, I have left the rain fly off and have fallen asleep gazing at the moon and stars. I love the two doors. It is an easy set up. It fits easily into it's stuff sack. There is not one rip from my German Shepherd bounding in and out of it. All the zippers still work. As others have said, you might be able to squeeze 3 people into it, but it is very comfortable for 2 people and gear and a dog, as long as you are not both 6'8" tall. There little tent buddy!! I finally gave you your praise.
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