Overall, great tent. My sister and I shared this tent…
21 February 2008
Summary: Overall, great tent. My sister and I shared this tent for a week on the Colorado trail with my 55 lbs dog (yes we all slept in the tent!) and were more than comfortable. The tent had little condensation except for the coldest nights (it does get cold on summer nights in the Colorado mtns.!!), but the condensation was never a problem. The rainfly dried quickly when set out during our lunch breaks.
This tent is awesome. It is pretty light for a 2 person…
Chase Roskos, Trailspace.com
11 January 2008
Summary: This tent is awesome. It is pretty light for a 2 person tent. I am pretty tall (6' 2") and I had no problems sleeping lengthwise in the tent, as I usually do. Also, the interior of the tent is tall. I could sit up straight with close to six inches of headroom to spare.
I am writing this review because when I had researched…
Joseph Ellis, Trailspace.com
20 February 2007
Summary: I am writing this review because when I had researched this tent I could hardly find any information on it. I have just received it and have not yet had a chance to really see what it can do as far as handling weather in a variety of conditions, but I thought I would write a little something based on my initial impressions since so little content is available for those who may be considering this tent. Here are my initial impressions.
I've been looking for a TALL 2p tent for about a year…
29 January 2007
Summary: I've been looking for a TALL 2p tent for about a year now and had to grab this when I saw it on sale. I am very glad that I did, although some may consider its size and weight a little extravagant for a 1 person set-up, I am 6'4" and 275 pounds and the height of this tent is perfect for me. On two separate outings, the tent performed flawlessly...pitches easily, remains taut and is well ventilated and plenty of room.
I use the NYX as a solo tent. I may sacrifice 1-1/2…
Mike Story, Trailspace.com
28 March 2006
Summary: I use the NYX as a solo tent. I may sacrifice 1-1/2 lbs over a true solo ultralight, but the extra room is more than worth it. I can easily store all my gear within the tent and/or vestibule, and I have plenty of room for changing clothes. Ample headroom is a strong feature of this tent. I have used the NYX on 4 outings in the Blue Ridge Mountains. Conditions included significant rain, snow, and ice. Temps dropped under 20F.