I was shocked at how reflective these lines are even…
22 February 2011
Excerpt: I was shocked at how reflective these lines are even with a small amount of light. I was tired of tripping over guy lines (I was lucky I never damaged a tent) and these lines have solved that. Well worth the money.
Every outdoorsman should carry a length of cord. You…
9 February 2011
Excerpt: Every outdoorsman should carry a length of cord. You know the time you should have spent setting up that new tent before you went out with it for the weekend and now you are out in the woods with the time to make all the adjustments but you don't have that cool reflective cord for all the guypoints? Buy it now and put it in your pack. I promise you'll use it.
I received this tent as a gift for Christmas last…
11 October 2010
Excerpt: I received this tent as a gift for Christmas last year. I finally used it this past weekend (10/9/10). In my opinion the tent is a little snug for 6 people with sleeping bags and pads. You could fit 5 with no comfort issues but 6 would really stretch it. We had mild winds I'd say no more than 15 mph, I didn't use the guy lines and the tent was really stable in that wind. The rain fly didn't flap against the wall at all during the night.
This tent is the perfect size for canoe camping. Traveling…
Michael_manzo31 (guest), Trailspace.com
28 April 2008
Excerpt: This tent is the perfect size for canoe camping. Traveling into the Alaskan wilderness by water allows the use of a larger tent than on backpacking trips. It rolls down to a very compact size and has plenty of room for a good size family. I have slept through hours long rainy days with no leaks. I haven't even sealed the seams!
During this 2007 Christmas season I have been actively…
Jim and Beamer, Trailspace.com
23 December 2007
Excerpt: During this 2007 Christmas season I have been actively looking at tents that I would be purchasing a new one for dog agility trials and my Beamer and I get back on the road. I was looking for the best deal in the house for under $200. We wanted one that we could stand in, with plenty of room for two people and their gear, including the crates for our dogs, and want to put aside the canopy I have been using.