This tent is easy to set up and only has 4 poles. Does not leak. Good for a family to go camping in. I bought this tent four years ago. I love it. We are a family of five and this tent is big enough for all of us plus our air beds. We camp all of the time and for days at a time in all sorts of weather and I have never had a problem with it leaking when it rained. The poles are a little weak and break easy. When the time comes and we need another tent, hopefully this tent will still be available… Full review
We bought this tent used annd absolutely cannot find another to compare. We love that it's canvas and big windows/door. Sure it's old school but they don't make 'em like they used to. Weather proofed it and all is 5-star. Now the bad news, the zippers started acting wonky this year and it's over $100 to fix. Alas, we cannot find one that compares, so we'll eat the cost to fix. If you can find one, scoop it up and enjoy for the next 2 generations! We sure love this tent. We use it 3 seasons and being… Full review
I too am having an awful time getting mine to stay up. Even the smallest breeze seems to collapse the darn thing. I'm going to try to put some extra ropes from the top corners to the ground with stakes to see if that'll help. What a nightmare so far. So far I'm not very happy with this rig. It's ruined our weekend camping trip because it wouldn't stay up in any wind, and now that I've tried at home it still isn't working when a breeze comes up. Getting pretty fed up with the whole mess, but still… Full review
Cheaply made tent. Used tent for two camping trips, has 3 ripped seams, and 3 broken poles. cheap tent. my inexpensive tent from Kmart ( before Sears bought it), is better and still intact after 5 years. Full review
Great tent, but my 9 x 12 has no rain fly, and when it rains, the tent leaks. It can only be used for dry weather. Full review
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