Glacier's Edge

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rated 2 of 5 stars Dry weather use only. This tent will leak heavily, and don't expect to be able to put it back in the stuff sack. I bought a couple of these for $24.99 since I've had a very good experience with a Glacier's Edge tent in the past. This time, though, not so much. Most of my camping is in good weather, I'm a summertime car camper, but I've definitely been caught out in a deluge or two and know the value of a dry tent. So now, whenever I buy a tent, I give it a water test.  After setting one of these… Full review


rated 3 of 5 stars It's light and waterproof. Easy to pitch. Was waterproof. Some condensation but vent carried it right away. Packs up and stows well. Has held up very well with lots of use. Would recommend highly. Full review


rated 4 of 5 stars I agree with most of the above review. The tent was near-perfect for the second half of my Oregon Coast Trail hike, which I just finished last month. It held up well, had lots of room, packed easily, and came with aluminum poles and a footprint at a very low cost. The only issues I had were, Two of the stakes were damaged (one snapped in two, one bent) the first time I set it up in firm dirt at Honeyman State Park's Hiker/Biker camp, so I was glad to have brought my REI Groundhog knockoffs, as they… Full review


rated 4 of 5 stars This is a 2 man, 3 season tent First the specs True Weight; 5.9 lbs Fly; Ripstop polyester. 3000mm water pressure protection. All seams are taped. Has a window vent in the back of the tent. Poles; 3, 8.5 mm Duraluminum Inner tent; All no see um down to 10" from the floor, then you have 6' ripstop polyester down to the bathtub floor 3000mm polyester. Attaches to the poles with quik clips. Footprint; Exactfit polyethylene Stakes; 6" square (very light, and strong) Size; 7.5' x 4.5' x 41" This tent… Full review


rated 4 of 5 stars To much of my surprise, this is a true two person tube tent. 5 foot at the front, tapering down to 28" at the back. It is 7'6" long, and 38" high tapering down to 22" in the back. with a bath style floor. Weight is 4 Lbs. The majority of the tent is no see-um screen. The door is all no see-um and is 4' wide and 34" high. The rainfly covers all the tent to within 2" of the ground. And makes a nice vestibule over the door, though not real big, it is large enough to put in a backpack and still be able… Full review

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Glacier's Edge
Unit A905, 9/F Dragon Industrial Building
No. 93 King Lam Street
Cheung Sha Wan
Hong Kong

phone: 85225230620
fax: 85225258348


Glacier's Edge
North Pole US, LLC
23 Town and Country
Washington, MS 63090

phone: (636) 239-2434
fax: (636) 239-2878