www.testfreaks.com

Reviews, reviews, reviews...

Marmot Eos 1P
8.2 out of 10

Marmot Eos 1P

At under 3 pounds, this freestanding tent offers a Read more

Best Price at Amazon

Reviews and Problems with Marmot Eos 1P

Showing 1-10 of 25
Overall 10
10

Great all-around shelter for one

KansasCamper, REI
3 weeks ago
  • Summary: I was looking for a tent that would do it all, without breaking the bank or my back. I also wanted it to be suitable for a multitude of scenarios: car camping, backpacking (weekend, week long, or even thru hike), and possibly kayak or bike camping. This tent fit the bill.
  • Read full review
Overall 6
6.0

Great tent, need subtle colors

mk1202, Marmot
29 March 2016
  • Excerpt: As a survivalist, this is actually a great tent for a single person to add to their Bug-Out-Bag. However, the bright colors draw attention and when a person is trying to be inconspicuous the bright colors are a detriment to that effort.
  • Read full review
Overall 10
10

My favorite tent

Monica, Marmot
20 June 2015
  • Excerpt: I've had this tent (and an older version of it) for years. I am 5'1" and my favorite color is orange, so this is the perfect tent for me. A friend of my used it, who was 6'1" and he said he wouldn't want it much shorter. The vestibule is huge. The rain fly can be adjusted for breathability.
  • Read full review
Overall 8
8.0

I have used this tent for about a year in all four…

Trailspace.com
2 March 2015
  • Summary: I have used this tent for about a year in all four seasons and it's a very good lightweight option for most people under 6'. I like that the majority of the tent body is mesh, making for great ventilation in the summer w/o the rainfly and also great for stargazing.
  • Pros: Lightweight, Ease of setup — single pole design, Good size vestibule
  • Cons: Rainfly does not reach the ground — bad in wind, No gear loop on the inside ridge to hang a lantern or headlamp, No airspace between rainfly and tent mesh
  • Read full review
Overall 10
10

Favorite Tent

vireyda, Marmot
5 February 2015
  • Excerpt: I've had a Marmot Eos for almost 3 years now and it sees between 2 and 3 months of use every year. The tent is still just as great as when I bought it. It is durable, keeps you dry, ventilates fantastically without freezing you to death, and sets up and takes down fast.
  • Read full review
Overall 8
8.0

Great lightweight easy tent, *no footprint*

CrabDude, Marmot
8 September 2014
  • Excerpt: This is a 5 star tent, except apparently there exists no footprint for it. You'll find one online, but it's for an older model with different dimensions. As a tent, it's incredibly lightweight, easy to setup and seems fairly durable given it's mostly mesh.
  • Read full review
Overall 8
8.0

The EOS 1P is a very light, simple, solo tent with…

Trailspace.com
14 August 2014
  • Summary: The EOS 1P is a very light, simple, solo tent with minimal features but quality construction. It was adequate for my skinny 5ft. 10in. frame but it would be tight for larger people.
  • Pros: Lightweight, Easy setup
  • Cons: Cramped for above average sized people., No pockets for gear
  • Read full review
Overall 8
8.0

The Marriot

Robdogg, Marmot
13 June 2014
  • Excerpt: Quick easy set up in a lightweight package. Hiking partners called it the Marriot as opposed to the Marmot. Mosquitos out, stars in. Rainfly if needed for weather or privacy.
  • Read full review
Overall 10
10

Great Tent

Blue, Marmot
11 May 2014
  • Excerpt: I've used the Marmot EOS 1P four or so times over the course of the last two years. On two occasions in torrential rain. It held up well. Best features are it's light weight and easy setup. I typically have this tent pitched in less than a few minutes.
  • Read full review
Overall 10
10

This tent is lightweight, waterproof, relatively dustproof,…

Trailspace.com
19 March 2014
  • Summary: This tent is lightweight, waterproof, relatively dustproof, and has just enough space to stuff your pack under the fly.
  • Pros: Lightweight, Durable, Waterproof, Superfast pitching
  • Cons: Could use a little more height, Fly could extend down further on ends
  • Read full review
Next page >>