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The Bibler I-Tent and Eldorado optional vestibule -- this buckle-on vestibule adds 1 1/4 pounds, requires only one stake, and provides nine square feet of additional storage area as well as a sheltered entrance during stormy weather. Covered by an awning to provide ventilation in the rain, the door unzips and toggles to the side. Made from 1.9 ounce coated ripstop nylon, and an Easton pole, the Vestibule is easily left behind on difficult climbs or in fine weather.

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Looking out of the i-tent vestibule

Looking out of the i-tent vestibule

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On mt. Whitney's trail camp at around 5: 30 am.

4 5

Ya gotta have a porch

If you can swing it, the vesty for the i-tent is super nice. I've found it to shed rain and snow pretty well. definitely essential for a pretty snug two person tent. There's also quite a bit of room in here. Awesome that Bibler designed it so it clips to the top and only needs one extra stake.

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not so good

I bought the I-tent vestibule in the hopes that it would perform like my tent. Unfortunately, this was not the case. It collects moisture like it is its job and it is also very difficult to enter and exit. In all, I would send it back.