Sorry for paying that much. Well stands on strong winds that's sure. But.. but.. I had it once in low altitude. After a shiny morning we ended up with snowstorm. Temp was like -30C nothing would keep the snow skirts of the tent on the ground even the big stones which I brought by too much effort. Snow was hoovering in to tent from ventilations which wouldn't stay closed by provided stuffs because they were frozen!!! A lot of snow accumulated in. There was no way to stop it except making a barrier… Full review
Very good tent for the price. You get what you pay for, until you need help from the manufacturer. We bought two for our mountaineering club and were quite happy but... we try to contact the manufacturer, on their website, mail, even phoned Spain. These people seem to not exist, yet we know they do because they took our money and we got their tent, but that's about it. Their business model seems like a revolving door where you leave the money on one side and you get the product on the return, but… Full review
a really little bomb-proof, of Artiach, Spain. i've seen how Vaude (Mark) and Ferrino (Svalbard) tents go down and the little Vertige, stand by, in high winds. Very easy set-up and warm in snow. I'm a happy owner. Full review
The company Artiach has been renamed to Trangoworld.