Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 4
Rated 5 out of 5 by ibexbiker Great tent for bike touring
bought for carrying on my bike. It's 4 1/2 lbs which is relatively light. Plenty of room for 1 person. Love the high entrance. Very easy to set up. Just tested it this morning by spaying it with a garden hose--it's didn't leak! I thought about buying a 1 person Spitfire but for less than one pound extra I got the 2 person. Relaced the stakes--the new ones go in harder but they'll never pull out when the winds/rain pick up. Also they are red in color making them harder to lose. Disadvantages: no vestibule. A great tent especially considering the price.
June 18, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by Annie Great little Tent
My daughter uses it to backyard campout and we use it to camp along the beac...First time set up should be done in daylight as it is a bit confusing ,,then zip bang goes right up quickly,it is sturdy and dry,light weight and air flow is great if you need it,nice vent flap on top.plenty os space for 2 adults or a couple of kids..
June 6, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Ted Great for Boy Scouts
I bought this tent a year ago for Boy Scouts and have had it on over 14 trips since then. It sets up in a flash even at night. I have never had it leak a drop in the showers and storms. Holds in heat in the late fall and early spring yet it has great ventilation in the summer. Buy this, you won't be disappointed.
April 19, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by Texasrulz This is a really good tent
I used this tent for the first time in the Smoky Mountains last week. It did everything I wanted it to. It is light, easy to set up, and easy to take down. One night is stormed like crazy. The tent performed like a champ and didn't leak one drop. I have all good things to say except that it doesn't have any vestibules. I didn't know how much I would want vestibules before I bought the tent. That was my fault, not the tent's.
June 19, 2011