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Comfortable for three; palatial living for two.

Easily fit three backpackers inside the three-season Zolo 3 Tent. A long floor length provides room for taller campers to stretch out, and a full-coverage fly keeps everyone dry. Sierra Designs' thoughtful attention to detail includes cleverly crafted pole connectors that make pitching fast and easy, and dual doors and vestibules so you won't have to crawl over two other people when nature calls.
  • Waterproof fly and floor fabric features fully taped, PVC-free seams for added protection from rainstorms and soggy weather
  • Superseal floor tech combines the benefits of catenary and bathtub floors by featuring both raised and taped seams for a tighter pitch and better protection
  • Optic white canopy is easier on the eyes in the morning and diffuses a soothing, white light inside throughout the day
  • Jake's Foot pole attachments are simple so anyone can help set up this tent, and the strong, light connectors release with a simple twist of the foot when it's time to break your tent down
  • Clip locks lock the poles together at intersections and allow for a fast setup
  • Reflective door trim and guy outs keep important parts of the tent visible in your headlamp beam at night
  • Swiveling pole hubs reduce the opportunity to make mistakes when pitching the tent and ultimately speed up pitching

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Roomy

I have owned 4 different SD tents before I bought the Zolo 3. I have long been a fan of SD for their quality products and excellent customer service. I bought the Zolo for a 18 day river trip through the Grand Canyon. I wanted a roomy tent that would set up and break down easily. The Zolo shines in these departments. The real disappoint came on our first rainy night. The fly went on quite easily even in the dark but leaked through the zippers. This was not a material defect but rather a design flaw.. I can't believe the designers did not test this tent under simulated rain. The thing leaks pure and simple. SD needs to go back to the drawing board on the fly. I forgot to mention the tent has great ventilation and breaths well even on hot Summer nights in the desert.