Small but functional
Reviewed by Blue Toes from Montana on Sunday, July 31, 2016
Like most ultralight tents, this one would be a tight squeeze for two people, with only minimal room for gear. In that, it is no different from other ultralight 2-person tents (think Big Agnes Fly Creek), which are best used as solo tents. And even if you do put two people in it, it's a side entry, which means one person has to crawl over the other to exit. It's also a bit of a pain to put up, as it is not free-standing. That said, the floor and fly are good and solid, it packs down small, goes up easy, and the price can't be beat. I give it a full five stars in the ultralight backpacking tent category, because the price offsets the shortcomings.