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A good deal....This reviewer rated product 3 out of 5 stars.Local1 month ago
I bought this tent to try it out. For the price, you cant beat it. It is a little heavy for backpacking long distances. It seems to breathe fairly well...just don't touch the sides. It didn't rain and the sides were really wet from a heavy dew that had set in. I have sprayed the tent with waterproofing silicone spray. Hopefully it won't be as wet to the touch next time. I'm 5'10 at 240 and the tent provided a fair amount of room as long as you don't try to sit up.
Better than I thought it would be.This reviewer rated product 4 out of 5 stars.PScott1 month ago
I bought this tent today may 14 2018, and to my surprise was excited with the performance of the tent. Reeding reviews of the tent not being water proof was a big turn off but I walked out of the store spending under $23 on a tent. I tested it with a water hose in the front yard and was suprised the amount of water it kept out. (The foot part of the tent leaked a good amount.) But all and all for 20 bucks(was expecting way worse), it’s a great tent for a day trip just check that theirs no chances of rain.
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Pack Light For Your Trip
Packing for a multiday hike in the wild? Designed for easy carrying across long distances, backpacking tents offer a lightweight, compact alternative to traditional tents and screen houses, so you won't feel weighed down while journeying over hills and rough trails on foot. Often able to sleep just 1 or 2 people, backpacking tents offer compact designs and simple frames that are easy to set up in the evening and take down in the morning, so you can enjoy your trip.
Stay Dry In The Rain
If rainy weather is on the horizon, it's a good idea to have a backpack tent with a water-resistant design and a rainfly on hand. Walls and flooring with sealed seams and water-resistant finishes help prevent moisture from creeping in, so your sleeping bag won't get wet overnight. For added coverage in bad weather, choose a tent with a rainfly that covers your entire home-away-from-home.
Keep Your Gear Handy
Make finding your gear simple with a tent that comes with internal storage. Hiking tents with pockets help keep your phone, snacks, drinks and other items organized, and tents with flashlight loops let you light the interior hands free. If you're worried about keeping the inside clean, consider a tent with a hooded vestibule that allows you to keep dirty shoes and clothes safely outdoors.