I don't know where to begin with this tent because it's just all around awesome. The floor space is wider at the head of the tent than at the foot (which for us avoids a lot of unused space), the square footage is quite generous for a tent of this weight, and the durability has proven stout. I'm a fan of the non-nature shocking colors and reflective guy lines as well. The one downside is that when the doors open and the mesh lays down on the floor, you have to be very careful not to scoot out of the tent and step all over the door's mesh. The door doesn't clip to the side wall to keep it safe. You could roll up the mesh and fasten it with the ties (near the floor), but who wants to do that every time they go in and out of the tent? I love the airy, non depressing, dark feeling of being in this tent. My 12 year old has set this tent up with ease. Due to the higher walls, it still breathes very well, but blocks chill on cold, windy nights. Guying all the lines out is a great way to avoid any kind of condensation even if you don't expect a night of winds. Do it simply for the dry comfort you'll find inside...while you dream away in this wonderful creation.
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