Patrick J K.wrote a review of Mountain Hardwear Lightpath 2 Tent 2-Person 3-Season on July 25, 2010
Dig the tent. Just took it out to Zaleski this past weekend and the mesh walls were a welcome relief during our heat advisory. Stayed nice and cool with the breeze in the evening. The tent is perfect for one person and a significant other or someone you're comfortable being in close quarters with. Slept just fine with my tent buddy. Haven't tested it's weatherproofness yet but the design seems nice and tight. The fly covers the entire tent (obvious in the photos above) and the little clips at the bottom allow you to pull the fly down snug against the tent walls. As I said, didn't use the fly so didn't get to use the vestibule but I did set it up for posterity's sake and it seemed plenty roomy. Enough for my muddy German Shepherd to curl up in. There's also a little clear plastic port hole which, while somewhat gimmicky, was kind of a cool feature. Gear slings along each wall, plenty of gear loops inside and the tent comes with guy lines. My only gripes (and they're minor) come from the fact that when I lay on my back, my toes touch the bottom end (I'm 6'1"). However, when I lay on my side it's fine. Really wasn't something that bothered me, just an observation. It also would have been nice if there were two doors, but there are plenty of two-door tents for around the same price. The fly also needs to be staked down at two points in order to be really snug which I found kind of counterintuitive to a quick set up if it began to pour in the middle of the night and I had to pull out the stakes and then reset them. Probably not that big a deal...But really, all in all, this is a great tent for a great price. Grab a compression sack and really save some space. Poles and stakes are nice and light and the color isn't so stark that you stand out in the woods. I'd recommend this tent to anyone.