Mountain Hardwear Tents"
Pros: very dry in rain, even with stuff against sides. Water just pearls off fly like a waxed car. Large vestibule. Good ventilation. Quick easy set up. Very nice light stro…
- Vera, 09/22/14
Pros: keeps very dry in rain, even with stuff against sides. Water just pearls off the fly. Large vestibule. Good ventilation. Really nice light, strong aluminum poles. Qui…
- Vera, 09/22/14
I've been using this tent primarily as a winter exclusive backpacking tent in the high peaks Adirondacks region and have been almost entirely happy with it. The setup is super…
- Jeremy, 05/01/14
I have only used this tent a couple times, but so far I love it! Took it backpacking with my two boys (nine and eleven) and had more than enough room for the three of us and o…
- Jeff, 11/21/14
Tent is awesome. Setup is a snap and it will definitely fit a family of 4. 4 adults would be cozy but with our 2 kids it has plenty of room. It is a tad bit on the heavy si…
- Kyon, 09/05/13
I like the tent when it's not on my back and after the long setup. Difficult to setup with heavy gloves on. Once up you won't find a more bombproof tent.…
- Aaron, 06/25/14
If you're reading this you probably really care about weight, so I weighed it for you. The trail weight was *exactly* what it claims to be. Nice work.
My first impressions:…
- Al, 12/04/12
Counting grams? Look no further, unless you go with a 1P tent or bivy. Although this is advertised as fitting two people, it'll be a tight squeeze. Because backpacking tents i…
- Michael, 07/25/14
I purchased this tent for hiking and camping with my girlfriend. I have used it probably 20 times in many different conditions. I live in Oklahoma, and anybody who lives here…
- LaVoe, 05/14/13
I bought this tent looking for a light weight, but sturdy option, and I found it in this tent. Unintentionally, my first use was in the snow, and it kept us incredibly warm (…
- glenn, 06/06/13
OK maybe I am over exaggerating, but I will say this is THE best 2 man tent I personally have ever used, and I have used many many different tents.
I bought this in preparat…
- Daniel, 08/14/14
there are few tents for 4 season and 4 person and this is one of them.
Nice design and 2014 new version, color is beautiful.
I'm using another 3-4 person tent but Trango 4…
- youl, 07/28/14
My wife and I tend to end up in places where weather extremes hit us - high heat or pouring rain. This has come in handy quite a few times and we were able to finish up activi…
- Edward, 04/06/14
This tent is the lightest/smallest tent I have in my collection and more often than not it's the one I choose for winter outings. It's packed size is so small it's amazing (3…
- Kurt, 10/24/14
We went hiking in some wild ass places and this bomb tent did us justice. We had 14 people and we were comfortable. It came a storm and we stayed dry. Definitely recommend thi…
- Christa, 11/21/14
took this fella out on a month long hike through washington, being in the north cascades got all the weather; rain, wind, sun and even some light snow. throughout this i was…
- benjamin, 10/09/14
About Mountain Hardwear Tents:
Once upon a time, a great man made a greater joke. It might not be our place to reveal said joke here, but this we can share with you: It had something to do with “pants”, and definitely something to do with pitching a “tent” in these “pants”. The implication here is that tents have legs, right? I’m not really too sure how jokes work.
Our friends at Mountain Hardwear know how to pitch a mean tent. Thanks to their use of industry leading technologies, you can look forward to staying super dry in a roomy, solid tent that’s built to last. Couple this with the knowledge that Mountain Hardwear knows a thing or two about building a quality outdoor experience and you’re well on your way to a camping trip that knows no equal.
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