Ferrino Snowbound 2

1 review
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Reviews

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To sum up, great tent! Setup:  Five poles in all.

Rating: rated 4 of 5 stars
Source: bought it new
Price Paid: 380$

Summary

To sum up, great tent!

Pros

  • Form geodesic
  • Impermeability

Cons

  • Weight
  • Foot on the ground is not necessary

Setup: 

Five poles in all. The assembly is rapid and the tent is now very stable. In case of strong wind is necessary to anchor directly to the tent with a couple of pegs.

Stability:

As already said, the stability is excellent. The triangles that form the poles mounted give the whole structure an excellent strength.

Ventilation and Weather Resistance:

Ventilation and moisture management is not the strong point of this tent. In November, about a thousand meters above sea level near a lake (Lake Como, Italy) I woke up with the tent over wet, with several droplets. Certainly is designed to drier climates.

Waterproof with snow and water unexceptionable.

Packability:

Perhaps the tent is a bit heavy. On that front ferric could work a little more. At the end of the weight is divided into two, so it's bearable ... ;)

Room & Storage

Spacious and comfortable for two people. In case of emergency can become three.

Ferrino Snowbound 2

previously retailed for:
$390.00

The Ferrino Snowbound 2 is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen June 28, 2010 at Backcountry.com.

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