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Your outdoor home for three-season peak-bagging.
- Dual vestibules provide storage space so you can keep wet bags and boots outside of your living space
- Taped seams and welded corners provide watertight construction
- Evolution Tension Arch provides high stability with fewer poles
- Vestibule window brightens interior and lets you check weather conditions
- Interior mesh pockets organize small items in camp
- Four strategically positioned vents in the ceiling manage moisture
- Pitch Light allows you to set up the tent with fly, poles, and footprint(footprint sold separately) for ultra-light travel in warm, mild, bug free conditions
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wonderful tent...hardest part closing the clip at the top. Easy overall to set up. Best feature entire tent, poles and footprint fit into one side of my motorcycle Givi cases. Recommendation would be to have an extension on the footprint for one of the two vestibules.
Something Tall, Stars in the Night, Quick Set Up
Shopping List -- Something smaller and quicker to setup than the Bugaboo, but which still had height. Ventilation for SE Utah or Eastern WA. Good star viewing for dry nights.
Set up a breeze, if you are tall enough to want the height. I'm 5'5" and could set up the Bugaboo by myself. I could probably set up the Corners by myself, in a pinch and with a lot of vocalizations and exclamations. The tall person finds the set up on the Corners 4 to be easy peasey.
Tested in Coastal Olympics and Eastern WA. Not yet in SE Utah. Not tested in high winds yet. Rain a-ok.
I do have concerns that in a high wind there will be problems, but I'm not going to take this tent up a windy mountain. Unless we go canoe camping on Ross Lake or elsewhere, it will be near jessica jeep's replacement.
So far the tent has performed well in the rainy Olympics coast and sunny eastern WA
Two doors, two doors? We are both vintage enough that we were totally baffled by all the reviews wishing that a tent had two doors. We haven't used the two doors, but the back vestibule is very handy for stowing away gear-that-is-not-interesting-to-bear.
Bottom line: Camp set up is a lot more pleasant.
4 Corners Tent
With the rain fly off.
how does the corners 4 hold up in high...
how does the corners 4 hold up in high winds and storms?
Not well. I've never used this particular one, but I've used tall tents like this before and I can tell you with near-absolute confidence that it is impossible to secure a tent this tall (7 feet? Are you kidding?) in the wind. Poles are going to break and you're going to regret it.