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MeganP

MeganPwrote a review of on February 11, 2017

Biggest, Lightest tent I have found
5 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

This tent is severely under rated. I have had this tent for a year and there still are hardly any reviews on it.

I have had my fair share of tents, from BA to Mountain Hardware, this is one of my all time favorites. For the weight it is a PALACE! I have tried many other ultralight 2p tents and not one has compared to the weight and size of the Blaze.

The BA Fly Creek is one of the most popular ultralight 2p tents, and a bomber tent but most people can agree that is it's not made for 2 people. The blaze is for 2 people, it's the same weight as the Fly Creek, and it's actually quite spacious.

I have spent many hours in rain storms in this tent with a friend and we both comfortably sat up and played cards, and hung out for hours. We would have been miserable in any other ultralight 2p tent bc you're hard pressed to be able to sit up one at a time, let alone both at the same time.

Too my surprise it even did great in 30+ mph winds guides out. Great tent, HIGHLY recommend! You can not get a bigger tent for at this weight.

Only gripes are bc of the pole structure the side sags. Best to sleep head to toe. And wish there were a couple more inside pockets. All insignificant when you are buying a huge tent for 2lbs 5oz.

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MeganPwrote a question about on May 17, 2011

How does everyone feel about this tent? It's between this tent and the Big Agnes Copper Spur UL2. I use my tent quite often and am looking to replace an older tent with something a little bit lighter for backpacking. It will be for 2 people and the occasional dog.

I spend a lot of time in my tent and I am ok with carrying extra weight for a GREAT tent. My priorities are Likability, ability to avoid condensation, durability, then space and weight. Although a lightweight tent is a pro I'm more concerned with likability, pockets, weather resistance, durability, etc.

I'm also open for other recommendations :)

Thanks for the advice. - Megan

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