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camerona91 wrote a review of on July 27, 2007

4 5

I have the 2005 model. The main difference is that the door is located on the wide size. In my opinion this is a major advantage as it gives you a bigger vestibule and it is easier to get in and out. I really like my Vector 22. It is very roomy for a 2 man tent. Maybe a bit short if you are over 6'4", but it can comfortably sleep 2 men. The fly has been very water resistant. I have had to reseal the seams along the door twice (to be expected with use). The tent packs down pretty small and is really light. The dome shape is pretty strong in rain and wind. The maroon color is surprisingly bright inside when outdoors. I bent my poles in a windstorm on a mountain (not intended conditions). It has stood up to a foot of snow on top of it overnight. CONS: flimsy stock pegs, I find the ventilation is not great, would prefer guys in middle of fly walls to keep fly and canopy apart. OVERALL: I love my tent and would buy it again in a heartbeat. Perfect for its intended uses, I probably use mine too hard and it has withstood it all.

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camerona91 wrote a review of on July 27, 2007

5 5

I really like my wallnuts. They seat really well in conventional nut placements and they fit especially well in spots with small rugosities. A good jerk sets them nice and tight. They are light. The anodizing matches Wild Country making for a great mixed set. The red wallnut is my go to piece. I place it every route. Climb on.

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