Reviews and Problems with Sierra Designs Bedouin 4
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We went to Yosemite in late spring, it was raining…
13 August 2009
Summary: We went to Yosemite in late spring, it was raining every day. Bedouin 4 saved our trip! This tent is very durable and absolutely waterproof. This tent is relatively light weight and small in packing size so it was very easy for us to travel by air. I like the height inside, you can stand up straight in this tent. The space is pretty good for 4 person with heavy winter sleeping bags and sweaters.
My wife and I use the Bedouin 4 on warm summer camping…
9 July 2007
Summary: My wife and I use the Bedouin 4 on warm summer camping trips and when the weather is expected to turn wet. The Bedouin 4 provides a huge amount of room for 2-3 people with a lot of gear. It will snuggly hold 4 people with no or a very modest amount of gear. The tent, which is 92" x 93", weighs in at almost 13 pounds. Way too much for packing, but it works great as a base camp tent. Interior height is 5' 4"- more than enough head room to stand up to put on pants.
Great tent for wet environments. I personally did…
Craig Beresh, Trailspace.com
4 September 2006
Summary: Great tent for wet environments. I personally did not like the lack of windows or a screened door. There is ventilation on bottom of tent but you have to be laying on a big air matress to look out. I love the tent but need a screen on the door so I can look out.
As a Canadian tree planter working on the west coast,…
9 September 2005
Summary: As a Canadian tree planter working on the west coast, I needed something large enough to live in comfortably for three months, along with all of my gear. I found the Bedouin 4 to be a well made tent; it was relatively light for its size, easy to set up, and--most importantly to me--nicely ventilated.