Mountain Hardwear Tents"
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 bought this tent with the goal of doing more winter camping and wanting a legitimate 4-season tent. I'm happy with it so far, having taken it out on two trips. It held up…
- Diana, 02/19/15
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
This tent is great! I bought it because it comes with its own footprint. Excellent craftsmanship as expected from Mountain Hardwear!…
- Greg, 03/03/15
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
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
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
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
It says it is a three season tent, but the sides are steep enough for winter camping and prevents snow from collecting on top. Space for two people to sleep in this tent, but…
- Matt, 12/04/14
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
I really wanted to like this tent. Single wall, spacious for one and light as can be. The tent is bomber and packs up small but there seems to be one fatal flaw. You need supe…
- Wolfgang, 02/06/15
La Salle, MI
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
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
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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