Gear Review

4 5

Solid, but heavy for a two man tent

This tent sleeps one in luxury, and two with moderate comfort. It is easy to assemble and the quality of the materials is great. It packs down small using an aftermarket compression sack, however, it is not the lightest two man tent you can buy. The MSR hubba series is more expensive but Having slept in both this tent and the MSR's I'd have to say that the extra money is worth the lighter weight of the MSR tents. This tent is very waterproof and made it through a couple snowy nights in the Sierras. I would recommend getting the footprint with this tent. The vestibule is HUGE and certainly make's the tent special. Put you gear, boots, or dog in there! This tent withstands wind very well when the guylines are set up. I even use this tent car camping because it is so easy to setup and takes little space. I would recommend this tent to anyone searching for a moderately priced two person backpacking tent.