Summary: I love this tent! I have used it many times for hiking and backpacking excursions and at least a couple times winter camping. The tent is very minimalist and is only 2lbs. When packed, it takes up very little space. Setting up the tent takes about 60 seconds. Repacking the tent maybe takes at most 120 seconds. Though the tent is very light, the tent is also fairly sturdy. I found the rain fly to offer adequate protection against the elements.
Summary: Bought this tent to save some weight. It is a big success. Have used it several times. I does lack a little room, but it is worth it. I saves so much weight on long hikes. Easy to set up and surprisingly durable for such a lightweight fabric. Big Agnes is a great company.
Summary: If you are looking for an ultralight tent, look no further. This tent will easily fit two average sized adults or just you and all of your gear. Probably the quickest pitch I've ever experienced, and easiest at that(even easier than my old pop up, and lighter by a few gallons of water). Sturdy construction and excellent design will just make whatever experience you are going for that much better.
Summary: I like to go solo hiking and camping, but my bivy sack is too hot to use except in the late fall and winter. This tent is easy to carry in my pack and also very easy to put up and tear down. It's the perfect size for me and my backpacking gear. I considered getting the Fly Creek UL 1, but this has so much more space without adding any undue weight to my pack. I spent many hours reading product reviews and watching videos before finally deciding to buy this tent.
Summary: In looking for a tent for two that would cut some of my pack weight, I came across this tent. Read the reviews and gave it a try. It is the best tent I have ever had. I am 6'3" and my wife it 5'10". We fit in it just fine. At just about 2 and a half pound this tent saves me a huge amount of weight. Quality poles, stakes, and rainfly. I wish I would have bought it years ago.
Summary: Unless you want to be really cozy with your trekking partner, i.e., non-stop spooning, this is a one-person tent. That said, I (6’2”, 205lbs) was incredibly comfortable alone in this tent with all my gear and probably enough space for a pony keg.The tent has a great blend of nylon and mesh, which without the rain fly, provided great ventilation and decent wind-blockage for those breezy, clear nights.
Summary: We put up the tent in our back yard to see how big it was. I'm 5'10'' and my husband is 6'4''. The tent for him was too short. He's head was by the door and feet were touching other end of the tent.It's not very wide and our shoulders were touching.We would not be able to have anything inside the tent beside the two of us. It is a great well made lightweight tent unfortunately not for us.
Summary: hands down the best ultra light tent made. the tent is extremely fast and easy to pitch. it's a little cuddly inside but there is definitely room for to average sized people especially if you store your gear in the vestibule. the tent has awesome ventilation and hardly any condensation forms in the tent overnight. i would totally recommend this to any adventurer who is looking to shave a few pounds in their pack.
Summary: BEST line of tents ever! Ultralight materials are super high quality and extremely durable. It feels like it weighs nothing at all in my pack. 6 stash pockets = plenty of places to put headlamps, maps, or whatever.I bought UL2 originally, then traded for the UL3 ... Girlfriend and 3 dogs required a little more space. Other than more space, the UL3 is more freestanding than the UL2 .... The UL2 requires the back corners to be staked out.