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Holler at a couple friends, pack this tent, and trek in comfort.
- Two large vestibules, a gear loft, and four internal mesh pockets leave tons of space for storage
- DuraShield-coated fly, bathtub floor with taped seams, and rugged structural geometry that shrugs off light snow, wind, and whipping rain
- Mesh windows and fly vents provide excellent ventilation and minimize condensation
- Hoop ridge pole creates large doors for easy entry and exit
- Two entrances mean less stepping over people at night
- Large floor plan fits two 25-inch camp pads and taller inhabitants
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Took the tent camping this January in Vermont. Great tent.
Warm and Dry
This tent is big for a 3 person, and for a short person (5'6), this is like a 8 person tent! I use it for my girlfriend and 2 dogs and it's perfect. Very warm, and after using it in a summer storm, there is no doubt it's very dry. Gear stayed dry in the vestibule, there are lots of pockets on the inside for cell phones and other handy items. It's really a 3.5 season tent since the vents are only on the top. It's probably not the best for hot summer camping if you aren't going to buy the footprint to pitch alone with the rainfly. Great tent for the price. Can't beat it.
Does this tent have condensation problem...
Does this tent have condensation problems?
Used this tent for three straight months on the road on a European cycle tour. We stayed nice and comfortable in some of the most extreme rain and windstorms I have ever witnessed.
With only two of us travelling, we were able to fit 100% of our gear inside with us and it would have easily slept a third person. Vestibules are not overly big, but functional.
Make sure to guy out the fly or else it does tend to get some condensation underneath.
After a lot of use, we did start to have some fairly minor leakage from the floor, but all in all, we loved this tent and wouldn't hesitate to buy it again.
Great, roomy tent!
Just got back from a 2 week camping road trip through Utah and California. Our Holler3 tent withstood Moab's sand and winds (35-40mph is what NOAH was calling it). After an all-night rain storm while camping on sandy rocks our sleeping bags were a little damp underneath. The tent was sitting in about an inch of water that morning so not bad all things considered. The tent is very easy and fast to set up, even with only one person. Unlike other 3 person tents I've seen, I actually believe 3 people would fit into this tent comfortably. The tent is symmetrical with the two doors and vestibules so it adds a lot versatility when setting up. The vestibule area isn't overly big, but we always came and went from one door, so if you needed to you could easily use the other vestibule area for storage only, there would be enough room for several backpacks, but nothing too tall. The zipper of the fly was far away and awkward to unzip from inside the tent, my only real complaint about the tent. The interior pockets are large with 2 on both sides, and well as 2 above. There's a good amount of very useable living space inside as well, easy to sit upright anywhere in the tent. Despite the high sides, the tent seemed very very stable in weather, the fly reaches low to the ground for tight protection from the elements. Great tent so far!