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Who needs the modern conveniences? You have the great outdoors.
- Super-lightweight DAC Pressfit aluminum poles
- Fully taped fly, taped perimeter seam, welded corners, and welded guy-clip anchors for guaranteed watertight construction
- Evolution Tension Arch for stability with fewer poles
- Dry vestibule entry so you don't track snow and mud into the tent
- Pitch light configuration allows you to set up a shelter with just the footprint, poles, and fly for over a pound in weight reduction
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From GA to AK, this tent is amazing!
I've had this tent for two years now. Used it for a summer in SE Alaska, held up well through pretty high winds and constant light rains and snow through October. But this tent proved an all out B.A. camping in North Georgia in November. Our first night out, we got rained on- heavy. The kind of rain that after awhile you feel like your getting bruised by it falling on you. Two other tents in our party had awful, cold, sleepless nights. We stayed dry the whole night through, save a little condensation. Best part? We didn't even have the footprint.
Best 3-Season I've Owned
- Gender: Male
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
I've used this thing all over from the humid Southeast to cold, dry Montana and it has never failed me. Set up can be done with your eyes closed; you'll be taking off your boots while everyone's fumbling with threading poles. Never had a problem leaking, even set up through 3 days of constant rain, snow, and freezing rain; always knew I'd come back to a dry tent.
Not the lightest, but probably the most bomb-proof 3 season. 4 years of using it 15-20 times a year and it's worn but still keeps me dry.
When I attach the rainfly, it creates 2...
When I attach the rainfly, it creates 2 places for water to collect- 1 on each side where the rainfly pole attaches. Am I setting it up wrong, or is this how it works?
When it comes to tents, MH really seem to know what they are doing. I've owned several different tents from TNF, Marmot, and MH so far is my favorite. They are breathable and light weight considering the amazing "bomb proofness" that they offer. I've had mine a little over 5 years now and its only signs of wear are just a couple rips in the fly(due to using it as a quick get-out-of-the-storm-NOW shelter along with rocks/sticks for poles and stakes)...other than that, its flawless!! I'd recommend this tent to anyone and everyone, period.