Excerpt: If low weight is your prime tent priority, put this shelter at the top of your shopping list. It’s barely more than four pounds, but makes no compromises in terms of protection. When 30-mph winds in Colorado’s Park Range blasted the Skyledge with rain, this freestanding dome barely shuddered—and kept the interior dry during soggy entrances (the fly’s drip line prevents water from funneling inside the open doors).
i've had this tent for almost four years and have…
bobby samat, Trailspace.com
9 March 2012
Excerpt: i've had this tent for almost four years and have used it all over the place. recently spent 8 night camping on the north shore of oahu. it really didn't stop raining the entire time. flash floods everywhere. roads were closed. lots of people without power because of utility poles washing away. emergency vehicles all over the place. the inside of our tent was always nice and dry. we had a few days that had steady 30mph winds with pretty frequent gusts of over 45.
OK, I checked out the reviews on every site I could…
4 September 2011
Excerpt: OK, I checked out the reviews on every site I could find and I saved up the 500 dollars for this baby, then had to wait for REI to get it in stock before I could get it. So I take it out for my long 80-mile hike and it breaks. This is like the fourth MSR tent I have owned and I so wanted it to work. I liked the door, the rectangle floor design, the weight, everything about this tent I thought was great.
This a nice little 3 season tent. Be forewarned it…
13 September 2009
Excerpt: This a nice little 3 season tent. Be forewarned it is on the small side. I'm 6' and have more than adequate head/foot room, the tent has plenty of headroom (for a small tent). Where it's small is in width. My wife and I fit fine w/ two 20" pads, but there isn't a whole lot of room to spare after that- the 50" shown on the MSR diagram is a little misleading- there is a taper in the middle of the tent and it's closer to 46" there.
Expensive, but... AWESOME. Extremely well thought-out…
25 July 2009
Excerpt: Expensive, but... AWESOME. Extremely well thought-out tent, great for summer camping when it's warm (completely mesh sidewalls are awesome), still works well in the cold wind/rain/snow/apocalypse. OK, I've never actually camped out in an apocalypse, but I'm sure it would probably do better than most tents. Easy to set up but won't stand without being staked down.