It is plenty warm for 3 season camping. Very confortable My only real complaint is that it doesn't pack small enough to fit inside my pack. It is comfortable and warm. I found it to be most comfortable. The first night I used it I thought it was a little limp but after acouple of nights use I found it to be very comfortable and kept me off the cold ground. Full review
The tent is made of good material for the seasons. Would be a nice all-season tent. I bought this tent for camping with my family in Alaska. I used it three seasons and it is one of the best tents I have owned. It even went through winds approximately 30 mph and gusting higher. It even was warm in April hunting waterfowl and we ended up with 4" of snow. Full review
Four-person version...nice sturdy dome tent with great vestibule fly that won't break the bank. My wife and I needed to replace a worn out, inexpensive 3-person tent in our "fleet" that we use for casual camping. Backpacking was not a concern since we have a Sierra Designs 2P backpacker, so we were willing to pick up a heavier option and upsize just a bit to a 4-person for the extra space. A 3-season tent was a must and a vestibule as well. Cost was of some concern since tents in this category can… Full review
I originally bought these boots for a hunting trip and found that they were probably the most comfortable boots I had worn in a very long time. Many days and mile spent at higher elevations in the Colorado and Utah Rockies as well as a Grand Canyon rim-to rim hike with never so much as a hot spot. I would definitely recommend them to others! Full review
Poor design and quality control at a key joint of a claimed waterproof boot. Not designed for serious trail walking or hiking. Posting here as retailer appears to censor less than favorable reviews on their site. Stay away from these for anything other than a casual walk around shoe that you won't need to rely on. I bought these boots for travel and light hiking. I wore them on only three trips, only one of which included light hiking on semi-paved trails. The rubber liner began pulling away from… Full review
Cabela's was founded by Richard N. Cabela in 1961. It went public in 2004.