Sierra Designs Clip Flashlight 2 Person Tent

Sierra Designs Clip Flashlight 2 Person Tent is rated 4.75 out of 5 by 12.
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Product Description Item No.   10118672

The Sierra Designs Clip Flashlight 2 - 2 Person Tent. The iconic Clip Flashlight is your lightweight, spacious go-to tent for fast and light adventures where both weight and comfort are of the essence.

DECENT FEATURES of the Sierra Designs Clip Flashlight 2 Person Tent

  • PVC-free seam tape
  • Super seal floor
  • Reflective door trim and guy outs
  • Hanging pockets
  • Ultralight d-door
  • Color-coded main door
  • Ultralight clips
  • Jakes foot pole attachment
  • Non-rotating elbow connector

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Sleep Capacity: 2
Seasons: 3-Season
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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Time Tested and reliable, but lighter options exist. With all the changes Sierra Designs has made to their tents in recent years, it's amazing they still make the clip flashlight. Perhaps because it's such good balance between weight, price, and versatility. Lighter options have existed for years in the "cottage industry" specialist tents, but if you wanted Name Brand Quality, this little sucker was it. Now, however, brands like Nemo and Big Agnes have brought ultralight to the mainstream. They are a viable high-quality option, though pricier. Check them out. I sold my old Sierra Designs tent and bought a Nemo that better suits my needs, and it has been a great tent for me.
Date published: 2013-01-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from My luxury item... I have had this tent for 5 years, I tried to go lighter with a trekking pole tent, but I keep going back. I just like it enough to lug an extra pound. Mine is about 3.8 lbs. I use it as a one person tent so there is enough room for me to regain my sanity when the mosquitoes are insane. It gets top points for easy set up, ventilation, and compact stuff size. I bought my son a similar tent from Mountain Hardware, got it in the mail and was dissapointed at the packed volume vs the Clip Flashlight. Sent the MH back and shelled out a few more for another Clip Flashlight because life is too short not to have the right gear.
Date published: 2011-12-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Light + Easy + Small = LOVE LOVE LOVE This tent is a breeze to set up, its light and compacts nicely. To save room, I ditched the included sack and separated it into two small stuff sacks. My poles roll up in my bedroll. ,,,,The tent is extra roomy for one and is cozy for two small/medium sized people (I'm 6'0, 170lbs and my is 5'7 maybe 110lbs). The vestibule is nice and roomy and the rain-fly held up to 2 days of continuous rain on my last trip. If you buy a footprint, you can go super minimalist and use it + the vestibule for an ultralight shelter! The tent is also quite easy to find in the dark.,,,,The only downfall I can think of is that this tent is not self standing, but the price and weight makes up for it!
Date published: 0002-06-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Packs small, fully waterproof and durable I love this tent, while I'm sure it fits two snugly, it is the perfect size for myself, dog, and gear. Holds up under extreme wind and rain. Water doesn't force through. It doesn't drip in while vestibule is open. It packs so small that I can do overnight's with all the comforts using my 18L daypack. You can get lighter tents, but if you want a fully-enclosed waterproof shelter this is an affordable, packable, lightweight option. Consider other tents if you often camp in rocky areas because this is not a freestanding tent, but the lightness, interior volume, and ease of setup with this design are worth it.
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Rated 4 out of 5 by from Works well for me. Unlike some others here I find it has just enough room for two. The lower volume makes it warmer in freezing weather. The quality of the materials and stitching is excellent. I prefer a tarp tent in summer because it is much lighter, so this is my snow camping tent. i have had it on a dozen trips or so and in rain, on snow and to works fine. I have not had it in high winds. The manufacturers weight is lower than actual. With tent poles, pegs, stuff sack, fly mine weighs 77 ounces (4,13) and 55 ounces fast pack with footprint (3,7)
Date published: 2011-11-17
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I love this tent I also have a Big Agnes UL fly creek2 that is over a pound lite"r but on shorter backpacking trips I take my old freand the clip flashlight. I't roomier and I just like it more I have spent atleast 60 nights in this tent in rocks-snow up high -down low you name it with no proublems.I got the Big Agnes for my 2012 Pacific Crest Thru hike for it's liter weight but if they weighed the same I would take this one no question. My Youtube revue is below ,,
Date published: 2011-12-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Balancing cost and footprint to weight, this is a "Best Buy" tent. I have been a Scoutmaster for a Boy Scout troop in central Texas for 11 years. This is the primary tent I have used on several hundred nights during that time. It is easy to set up and take down but must be staked down. That has never presented a problem even in the rocky hill country of Texas or several trips in New Mexico and Canada. It holds up extremely well in wind and sheds heavy rains as well. I have not been in it in heavy snow but those I know who have, complemented it.
Date published: 2011-04-14
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Light, Fast. This tent falls into the ultralight category but it's probably on the higher end of that with the fly and stakes. The poles are aluminum which are great and since there's only two of them, plus the clips the set up is super fast. This isn't a freestanding tent though, so pitch it somewhere you can anchor it. I've only taken this into the desert so I can't comment on any waterproofing but the seams are all welded and the shape should hold up under high winds.
Date published: 2012-08-14
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