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More storage without more weight.

Boost the capacity of your Black Diamond HiLight tent with the Black Diamond HiLight Tent Vestibule. On a rainy backcountry tour, a generous thirteen extra square feet of storage space can sure come in handy. And at less than a pound, it won't bog down your pack.

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Has anyone had size issues with their...

Has anyone had size issues with their vestibule? I'm finally checking out the one I ordered and the hooks don't align to the tent so it doesn't seem to set up correctly.

If I hadn't received a non-rectangular footprint from BD, I would think it's my issue but now I'm not so sure.

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Responded on August 9, 2014
I just bought the HiLight Tent (Kiwi Green) and the Vestibule and I had no issue setting it up and everything lines up fine. Just start at one end as you sit inside the tent, insert the one end through the awning that has the hook on it and hook it to the tents Stake Loop, then hook each one up as you go leaving the clip to go onto the awning shock pole for last. And as a tip, make sure you use the guy-outs and guy line the tent down opposite of the Vestibule side so that the tent sheds the wind and rain evenly. Don't forget to seam seal the Vestibule.

Responded on August 9, 2014 <br/> I just bought the HiLight Tent (Kiwi Green) and the Vestibule and I had no issue setting it up and everything lines up fine. Just start at one end as you sit inside the tent, insert the one end through the awning that has the hook on it and hook it to the tents Stake Loop, then hook each one up as you go leaving the clip to go onto the awning shock pole for last. And as a tip, make sure you use the guy-outs and guy line the tent down opposite of the Vestibule side so that the tent sheds the wind and rain evenly. Don't forget to seam seal the Vestibule.

How does the vestibule attach to the...

How does the vestibule attach to the tent?

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There is a hook and loop attachment over the door that attaches to the vestibule. We actually have the tent pictured rather than the vestibule (we are getting it fixed).