- 3 season
- Fully seam-taped canopy and floor
- Easy-pitch design
- High-low ventilation
- Abundant headroom
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Amazing value, keeps you dry and happy, but a matching footprint will really cost you.
I am very happy with what this tent offers. It may not be the lightest, but it is an amazing value considering the price. I found it plenty roomy for me and my girlfriend (6'0, and 5'6" respectively), and we both stayed dry despite the bad thunderstorm. Even setting it up the first time was quick and simple to do, especially with 2 people working on it.
There are downsides though; First of all, it doesn't come with gear loft (I just made my own) or a footprint (had to buy one for $60). Having to buy these separately almost brings the price up to the lighter/better quality tents that DO come with them.
I really love this tent. It's my first backpacking tent. It's not the lightest tent around but it's pretty good. I've used it on two back country treks and its held up good. Both times it rained didn't get even a little wet. My sister and I are both relatively tall 5'8 - 5'10 and we fit well. You're definetly getting cosy with the person you're sleeping with though. Over its a great tent and I would definetly recommend It.
Easy setup, lots head room. Killer value.
I just got it and camped in it for one night. So far, I like it a lot.
Pros: Although not ultra light, this tent is still light enough for a weekend short hike or canon camping. The two short poles pull the top section into a rectangle creating the much needed head room. There are two doors. This is the feature that sold me on this tent vs Eureka Midori 2 for me and my husband (although I did get Eureka Midori 2 for my girls, see my review for that! ). It is just so much easier to be able to crawl in and out from separate doors. The setup was so easy, it took me 5 mins to set it up for the first time without using the instructions. Very intuitive.
Cons: I expected the foot print not to be included although the newer models of North Face tents do come with it. However, the demo tent had gear lot, the manufacture tag also had the gear lot in the picture, so I assume it comes with the tent, wrong. It costs extra. The poles don't come with a pole sack, no ties for the tent itself. Not a big deal, but it is nice to have these things. Eureka Midori 2 on the other hand has them included.
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