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Anjan 2

rated 1.5 of 5 stars Just used this tent in the Scottish Lowlands and however you try to provide as much ventilation the material is prone to condensation problems on a cold clear September night with no wind. You spend an hour or so drying it out in the early morning sun before starting another section of the walk. This is the first time I have used the Anjan 2 and it was in weather where most days were sunny and dry while backpacking. As far as pitching, ease of use, packing, room and storage I really have no issues… Full review


rated 5 of 5 stars It's worth every dime you spend. It's sturdy, like a bomb shelter. I did a lot of research, as a matter of fact a couple of months or more. I bought a couple of tents and returned them. Didn't like the setup of tent then rain fly thing, somehow it just didn't get it. Get caught in a storm, set up the outer tent, then crawl in and set up the inner while it was raining. Some tents don't even give you that option.  Sorry, that's not for me. Spent $400 / $500 just didn't feel I was getting my money's… Full review


rated 4 of 5 stars I'm mostly desert hiking. Great tent, but I suspect rock dust has eaten the zippers. This probably won't be an issue for most of you. I've gotten 6-7 years out of my Unna. I've pretty much said what I think about this nice tent. Not for desert type environments though, in my opinion. Full review


rated 5 of 5 stars The Enan is a lightweight and versatile 3-4 season solo shelter that does not skimp on quality or design features. Ventilation control, a sizeable vestibule, and good strength-to-weight ratio are included. This tent was built for snow free use in a temperate (warm) climate. It comes loaded with quality hardware including metal zipper pulls, and metal rings at the corners for stakes. Someone needing a high quality, functional solo shelter that can live with a little less head space than a dome shape,… Full review

Nammatj 3 GT

rated 5 of 5 stars This is the bad weather, big guy, kitchen sink guy, sky falling, Taj Mahal of tents. I wanted this tent since getting into backpacking about 10 years ago. Finally got it couple of years ago and wow. Used it 3 times. Super easy setup and the vestibule is beyond your best hopes. Two times it rained hard on these trips (both on Art Loeb Trail, N.C.), great place to hole up and lay around. I have three other tents — REI Half Dome 2 Plus, Kelty Gunnison 2, and a Kelty 4 A-frame — and it beat them… Full review

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