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I'm a loner, Dottie. A rebel.
- Super-lightweight DAC NSL aluminum poles
- Evolution Tension Arch for stability with fewer poles
- SVX window for brighter interior and ability to see outside without opening the tent
- 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 a .5 pound weight reduction
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cozy like a coffin
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
This poor tent sat through a 24 hour down pour in West Virgina and, aside from some minimal condensation, stayed completely dry.
The only issue I have is with the size. I'm 5'8" and don't have much head/foot room in this tent. I also had a hard time wrestling my 65L into the "stash" corner. If you're not Andre the Giant and you pack lite...it's a fantastic tent.
Now here is A tent somebody thought through. It has room to turn around in it has room to put your gear under the rain fly and it has a little side storage in the tent for food electronics ect.... The rain fly held well no condensation or the one time I was in the rain it did not leak. All and all it is a light well built and strong one person tent!