Reviews and Problems with Sierra Designs Convert 2
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I bought this tent solely due to positive reviews…
21 January 2011
Summary: I bought this tent solely due to positive reviews on condensation control and lightweight (for a four season tent). I spent several nights in this tent in sub freezing conditions in the sierra and had no condensation issues. This tent comes in component parts. Because the vestibule zips off, you can better divide up the weight of the tent / poles between two carriers.
Six nights only I spent in this tent during the summer,…
Trail blazer, Trailspace.com
3 July 2010
Summary: Six nights only I spent in this tent during the summer, but since virtually no one else has written a review on it, it is time for someone to weigh in on the Sierra Designs Convert 2. My experience was sufficient for me to have something to say. I used it in the Rockies at 2800 meters and 3100 meters during July of 09, which means relatively low humidity and cool, but not cold temperatures.
Unable to find any reviews or stores that stock this…
27 October 2008
Summary: Unable to find any reviews or stores that stock this tent I finally decided to bite the bullet and purchase this tent on pro form. After setting it up and analyzing many of the features I am very happy with this product from Sierra Designs. The DriZone material used in the single wall construction seems to be very durable and waterproof.