Great tent! At first I thought it built up a little…
16 May 2011
Summary: Great tent! At first I thought it built up a little condensation but I figured out I had my head at the wrong (single wall) end. Really like the wings in that you can see out all the time and don't feel like you are in a cave walled off from the outside but I suppose that feature might make it a bit breezier than other tents. Overall I like this tent better every time I use it.
Took this tent on a 1.5 week summer backpacking trip…
John Regehr, Trailspace.com
8 October 2009
Summary: Took this tent on a 1.5 week summer backpacking trip in the Brooks Range. Overall it's fine: not too heavy, fast and easy to setup, didn't let rain in, didn't let snow in. Comments: - Due to incomplete fly coverage (see pics) and lots of mesh, it's an extremely breezy tent. For this reason, it is realistically more of a 1.5 season tent than a real 3 season tent. On the other hand, there's zero condensation and the tent felt great when it was warm and sunny.
Trail Weight 4 lbs 2 oz Fastpack Weight n/a Packed…
25 March 2009
Summary: Trail Weight 4 lbs 2 oz Fastpack Weight n/a Packed Weight 4 lbs 10 oz Packed Size 23" x 6" Number of Doors 2 Interior Area 31 sq. ft. Vestibule Area 4 + 4 sq. ft. Peak Height 39" Floor Material 70D Nylon, 3000mm Body Material 40D Nylon Fly Material 68D Polyester, 1500mm Number of Poles 2 Hubbed Poles DAC Press Fit, 8.84mm The Sirius 2 is a double/single wall hybrid tent that boasts low cost for a low weight. Likes: Bargain Price for weight/cost ratio.
This is a great tent, especially for the price.Pole-clips…
6 March 2007
Summary: This is a great tent, especially for the price. Pole-clips make set-up a breeze. Set-up time is 3 min or less. Very helpful in bad weather. Roomy enough for two, but not packs. Can easily put 2 Therm-a-Rest reg length pads inside. However, tent is not overly long: My 6'2" husband just fits. My 6'5" brother hits the ends. Side to side the fit is just fine. Would be nice if the vestibules were bigger.
I got this tent about a year ago from Moosejaw and…
Will Taylor, Trailspace.com
25 September 2006
Summary: I got this tent about a year ago from Moosejaw and haven't looked back since. It's lightweight, easy to set up, and really is waterproof. Don't be a dummy though, point it in the right direction. Having two doors is always a great idea, and when you take the rain fly off and lay down while star-gazing you thank the good Lord you bought this steal-of-a-deal.
I bought this tent because it's 4.0 lbs packed. It's…
Rod Richards, Trailspace.com
26 August 2004
Summary: I bought this tent because it's 4.0 lbs packed. It's an easy, two-pole setup gig, no problem even at night. Don't bother getting the footprint -- make your own. I used some 6mm vapor barrier, cut it to shape and used duct tape in the corners -- I punched holes in the duct tape so the tent poles fit.