User Review: Bibler I-Tent
Design: 4 season
Ease of Setup: Easy
Weight: 4 pounds or so.
Price Paid: $300
I've owned a Bibler I-Tent for a couple of years, having scored a great deal on a factory second. I'll echo the positive comments of other users. I will, however, caution that this tent was designed for winter/high altitude use which is all I use it for. It's great in such settings, shedding snow well with steep side angles, occupying a minimal footprint, taking high winds with gusto.
In my opinion (and from what I know of Bibler's promo materials) this is not really a great all around multi-season tent. If your intended use is a situation where it might rain? Not a great tent, there are many better and cheaper picks on the market, including some from Bibler. But if you are above treeline in the winter? This baby is your Ferrari.
PS: To maximize performance it's best to rig guylines, snow loops, etc. before hard core use.