I used this tent for the first time in 10 degree weather…
Steven Pesante, Trailspace.com
10 February 2010
Summary: I used this tent for the first time in 10 degree weather on Southern California's 10,000 ft. Mt. Baldy in late January. Camped on snow and found it easy to pitch, and warm inside. The other three backpackers I were with had their water bottle freeze inside their larger tents, but my tent stayed completely warm and "freeze-free". The low profile and limited space inside the tent proved to be beneficial for this extremely cold environment.
For a 1 person three season tent, 4 lbs. is a bit…
3 October 2009
Summary: For a 1 person three season tent, 4 lbs. is a bit too heavy. Zipper protector on the side door would flap in high winds, which could also lead to water leakage in heavy rain (had to put a velcro tsk tsk..). Side doors to low too, ventilation needs improvement. Roominess? wtf, I'm just 5'1 and I had a hard time moving around inside..