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Blazer Solo

rated 4 of 5 stars This is an inexpensive tent, which is fairly lightweight for its price. The size is sufficient for as a single person tent and it has succeeded in keeping dry and comfortable so far. There is not much room for gear — you'll have to leave the panniers on the bike or the pack outside. While on a bicycle tour in the Upper Midwest, I found that my bivvy sack was too cramped and the heat and humidity were intolerable. I stopped into a Gander Mtn in Green Bay, WI, picked up this tent, and sent my bivvy… Full review

Trailhead 8 Family Dome

rated 3.5 of 5 stars Not a tent that is easily set up by one to two persons. You need at least three people to set up easily. Living space is large. Poles are fiberglass and will eventually wear out. All in all a decent buy for what I paid. The footprint is a tad odd and staking should be done from the center first, then the ends stretched taught prior to raising. Rain fly should be about a foot longer to provide six inches more coverage on the ends. Good airflow through the tent and good floorspace throughout. The… Full review

Guide Series Thundercloud II Rain Jacket

rated 4.5 of 5 stars For those who don't want to "shell" out $80 or $100 for a hard shell waterproof jacket, this'll be for you. While the sizing may be off, this is a solid waterproof jacket, consistent as well as compact. Not too many frills, but will keep you dry! A review for an early holiday gift that's received a lot of use in the past three weeks. I've been down to Charleston and back to Raleigh. No white Christmas, but plenty of rain! I am 5'9" and 150 lbs, athletic. My in-laws gave me a medium (typical for… Full review

Blazer Solo

rated 4 of 5 stars Ever been on the trail and felt uncomfortable with your expensive tent in view of other hikers. I know I have. This is the reason I bought this inexpensive tent. Interesting that this tent has 2 doors. It's a nice touch as it will setup anywhere. The rainfly has a nice big vent right over your head. There are 2 added zippers at the foot of the fly for more ventilation. The setup is easy, poles using a sleeve and clip system. Inner tent is mostly mesh with a 6"strip of polyester fabric over the… Full review


rated 4.5 of 5 stars I have enjoyed my DragonFly tent from Gander Mountain for several camping trips. During the very last camp last summer, one of the tent poles broke. The first Gander Mountain store that I went to had no idea what to do and advised that I buy another tent. This spring, I went to another Gander Mountain store that was at a loss to help me, BUT!!! was able to provide the customer service number for NorthPoleUsa. The customer service person that I spoke to had no question but when I purchased my GMT10060… Full review

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St. Paul, MN 55101

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