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Ahwahnee

rated 5 of 5 stars Superb tent, easy to use, tough, elegant, roomy, cozy. I am grinning at the guy who found this hard to set up. It is ridiculously easy to set up. I can get inside in the dark and have it up in minutes. Very stable though high wind on the broadside will send it reeling. Stake it down or put heavy stuff inside to windward. Not a biggie for me. Breathes well, but walls get damp inside if too closed, humid and cold. Toddtex is meant to wick moisture, no surprise..normally stays nice and dry. Mine is… Full review

Bombshelter

rated 4 of 5 stars Lightweight for such a big tent, always dry except for condensation on poles, which are inside tent, tons of room, great vestibule, holds up great in wind. Easy to set up once you learn how. Very lightweight for such a big tent, holds 2 adults, a child and 2 labs and a beagle and all our gear! Always stay dry in it and it holds up in the wind great — very sturdy. The vestibule is very large but makes for getting in and out of the tent a long crawl. Do need a little extra room to set up due to… Full review

Ahwahnee

rated 5 of 5 stars Have traveled all over the world in this tent in all conditions and have never found anything better or more versatile. We have been using this tent all over the world and in every condition for the past 7 years and it is still going strong. We are avid travelers and we have used this tent in snow, ice, rain, high wind, desert, high and low altitudes, saltwater and fresh water trips, cycling trips, alpine, and everything else you can think of. We even lived in this thing for 2 years when we walked… Full review

I-Tent

rated 3 of 5 stars I luv the ease of setup. Have only misplaced the pole placement once during setup and poked a hole in floor. The freestanding feature and relatively small footprint allows me to setup in small spaces as well as easily move my I-tent after setup if an annoying rock or too much slope is discovered after setup. I do have to say that the condensation problem is annoying even with a 2-door model. I recently had some liquid hand soap spill on my on my door flap and the rain causes a leak.  I am not… Full review

Bombshelter

rated 5 of 5 stars I was a bit nervous spending so much money on a tent used primarily for motorcycle camping trips.  We were camping in Gillette Wyoming a few years back when out on the prairie a large storm with winds around 50mph kicked up. Tents were flying everywhere.   A friend of mine who was camped next to me in his tent was watching my Bibler Bombshelter lightly flutter in the heavy winds.  I never woke up.  Granted I had my riding suit and gear for a month on the road in the tent, but as the ground… Full review

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Backstory

Bibler tents, shelters, and accessories are now sold under the Black Diamond brand.

Bibler Coverage in the Trailspace Blog

Q&A: Hooped Bivies Under $250
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January 14, 2007

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Bibler Tents
Black Diamond
2084 East 3900 South
Salt Lake City, UT 84124
USA

phone: (801) 278-5533
fax: (801) 278-5544

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