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Can't go wrong for $20This reviewer rated product 5 out of 5 stars.ALoutdoor4 months ago
I've used it a few times backpacking and kayak camping. No surprises, it works. Easy to set up, and take down. For the $20 price, I have no complaints. If it holds up, I don't see a need for me to get a different 1 person tent. I know there are better 1 person tents, but they 4x the cost.
Not BadThis reviewer rated product 3 out of 5 stars.FriscoKid675 months ago
I am 6 feet 4 inches, 240 pounds, 67 years old. I got the tent for $25 at Academy and set it up in my back yard. The set up is easy enough; although it is not an instant-tent or a pop-up. I placed a 6 foot Coleman cot inside which barely fits. I was hoping for more room since they are advertising that it is 96 inches, but the cot touches both ends plus some. I was able to zipper-up the door and lay down with my face on the low end. The mesh ceiling was very close to my face, but I was able to ... sit-up. For the price, it is a good deal, but I might need a bit more room.
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