User Review: High Peak Enduro
Design: 4 season freestanding dome
Ease of Setup: so easy I can do it in the dark
Weight: about 7 lbs.
Price Paid: $129
Great 4 season tent for the money. I have paid three times more for lesser quality. If you put a big name on it people (even tent snobs) would rave about it.
It packs small for a 4 season tent, nice poles, not to bright and flashy and well designed. In winter it handles a fair snow load, almost draft free and retains body heat well.
Spring it is dry with just the rite amount of ventilation and a rugged water tight floor. The fall is like the spring minus the wet, blends in well with fall colors. Last fall it was used on a bicycle trip along the Erie canal towpath totaling 340 miles with 6 nights spent in the tent.
Summer you will roast with the fly on above 80 deg., with the fly off it has just the rite amount of air flow. The construction is good and the zippers are of a average weight, the material and screens are better than some I have seen from the more popular brands.
There was only one thing I had to do before I was truly pleased with the tent. That was I coated the tent poles with talc powder to allow the poles to slide freely through the pole sleeves.
The tent has been set up and slept in around 50 times with me and my son or just me alone with no issues to speak of. Overall I think the tent is a great value.
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