It's quite heavy for today's standards. Can be operated…
6 December 2011
Summary: It's quite heavy for today's standards. Can be operated pretty easy, the nose it's keylock and it's designed to be used for belaying / rappelling. I used it mainly for belaying with a Petzl Reverso device.
This is a truly great tent but it does have its limitations.…
12 September 2009
Summary: This is a truly great tent but it does have its limitations. This is not a tall person's tent, I'm 5'8" and it fits me great but if you're over six feet tall then go with the BD Lighthouse. Also this isn't a tent you can lie in and gaze up at the stars. Here's what it does have: great ventilation which means virtually no condensation. I slept in it during a torrential downpour in Yosemite one Memorial Day weekend and stayed totally dry and comfy.
The lightest most durable 2 person tent I have ever…
11 July 2007
Summary: The lightest most durable 2 person tent I have ever used. Just over 2.5 lbs. Absolutely easy to set up. Secure with just 4 stakes and absolutely stormproof. Virtually no condensation in Louisiana summer weather, and it's a single wall tent. The best tent I've ever bought. I also have a Mountain Hardwear Trango Assault and a Sierra Designs Comet.