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Whether you're backpacking with your best friend or your favorite furry companion, the Backcountry Lodgepole 2P Tent offers a cozy lodge away from the crowds. While it's always nice to travel with a partner, this superlight tent makes it easy to take a solo trip with just your dog as well. It packs down to a manageable size and even the 6-pole clip-in setup is simple to handle on your own. If you do take along that special human being in your life, two vestibules protect your packs so there's plenty of room for a good night's rest, and you each get a door for midnight nature calls. Should stormy weather come knocking, the sturdy taffeta offers 1800mm of waterproof protection, and when the skies clear you can go sans-fly to enjoy the stars or fresh mountain air.
- Superlight 3-season tent for backpacking adventures
- The perfect size for getaways with your loved one
- Canopy ventilation offers fresh air and great views
- Plenty of vestibule space protects your gear
- Clip-in poles attachments offer easy campsite set-up
- Two door access provides an exit for everyone
- Item #BCC006W
- Q & A
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
I've only used this two nights, but it saw a lot of action. To begin with, it was set up in the middle of a rain storm, in a sense of panic. I did have two people helping me due to this fact, but setup was quick, easy, and painless. Would be simple to do alone as well. The tent passed its waterproof test, all my stuff stayed dry through the rain, (though of course it stopped about ten minutes after all the tents were set up). The stakes and guy-lines make it simple to get the fly nice and taut, so no rain sneaks in and you don't get that wind-induced flapping at night. I personally would use this as a one person tent, but there's plenty of room for two without rolling into each other, and we even managed to fit three people in one night. Where there's a will, there's a way. It doesn't pack down all that small, but it's not heavy. My only beef is that one vestibule is a little smaller than the other, so it's a tight squeeze keeping a pack there if you're sharing the tent.