Customer Reviews Of:
Mountain Hardwear Corners 4 Tent - 4-Person, 3-Season
Closeouts. Base camp gets an upgrade with Mountain Hardwear's Corners 4 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.
Reviewed by Mejensen from Sebastopol, CA on Friday, August 2, 2013Used this tent car camping for 5 days. Pretty easy to set up and very spacious. Lots of useful interior details. Seams and design seem solid should one experience inclement weather.
Reviewed by Beachbiker Gary from Florida on Monday, May 13, 2013I would give this tent a 5, but there were no written instructions on how to put it up, just a picture diagram. Now that I have figured it out, it will be much easier the next time, but the 1st time took me 45 minutes, and I have put together tents several hundred times.
The tent has a LOT of room when you take advantage of the vestibules. I bought it mainly for week long bicycles trips, and I believe I can keep my bike in one of the vestibules and out of the weather. It also has plenty of height, which is important to me because I have an artificial hip that doesn't bend well when I am tryiing to dress. I am looking forward to my first use of the tent.
Reviewed by Summer dreamer from Idaho on Wednesday, April 10, 2013I wanted a tent to be able to stand up in and that I could put up by myself, and the Corners 4 fits the bill. It helps to be tall to get the rain fly on, but with a little ingenuity I think any adult would not have a problem. It's nice and roomy inside. Best of all, I can even stand up in the vestibules which will come in handy for taking off wet waders. It's big enough to put in an air mattress or couple of cots and lots of gear. It'll be perfect for all my car camping adventures.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by k from Missouri on Sunday, February 3, 2013We plan to use this tent for 2 person car camping. There is plenty of room for our cots and our gear that needs to be in the tent. The tent is tall enough to stand and move in. It is easy to set up -- even for one short person (5'4"), although the rain fly would have been easier to add with an extra set of hands.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by MiBake from Denver, CO on Tuesday, January 29, 2013This tent is super easy to set up. I set it up by myself in under 15 min. Great workmanship all around on the tent.