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You don’t have to fly solo in the Zolo.
- Patented Jake’s Foot corners make for easy assembly
- Reverse Combi Poles make tent walls steeper, translating into more space for you and your camping comrades
- Swivel H/C Hub fixes pole cross-points for stability while still allowing poles to rotate to ensure best fit
- Ball Cap pole ends eliminate need for hook-and-loop or end pockets, ensuring a smart fit without easily coming out of place in wind
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Got this tent earlier this summer and spent a couple of days at Mammoth Cave where it rained a lot. One night there was pretty heavy rain (no wind) and no water leaked. Need to be prompt at getting in and out when raining since opening the vestibule allows water into the mesh doors and tent. The tent is very roomy. We were car-camping and brought and inflatable full size mattress which fitted just fine inside the tent. I now bought a Zolo 2 now for backpacking...
Basecamp City of Rocks
I've had this tent for more then 2 years now, and seems to be holding up very well. Not the lightest 3 man, but I really only use it for car camping when on climbing trips. But I have also used it on backpacking trips, kind of heavy but doable... Have slept from 2 people, very roomy with 2.. and up to 3 people and a dog... not so roomy then... And even squeezed 4 adults in it one night in a pinch. You also have plenty of room under the vestibule to stash gear at night or cook.
I recommend this tent.
What can I say, I like simple, functional designs. I not only own this tent, but have sold it (or a variation of it, the older Electron) at retail for several years. Overall feedback is very positive. It's not the lightest tent available, but counters that with a very intuitive design. I can set it up practically blindfolded. It has a generous length and head/should room. Plenty long enough for 6'+ folks. I sold one to a gentleman who was 6'10". It has kept me dry in torrential downpours in the Olympic Rain Forest and has enough ventilation to be comfortable in warm climates as well. It's even withstood some moderate snowfall while up on Mt. Rainier. The vestibules are large enough for boots and some gear, though not big enough to cook under. Overall, I like the sturdy fabrics and simple design. It is a great tent for your dollar.