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$255.16 - $319.00
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Source: bought it new
Price Paid: $220
- Comes with gear loft and foot pad
- Minor stability problems
This is a great tent. It has two entry doors with vestibules at each and a lot of room in the middle Enough room for two comfortably and it is easy to set up as well.
The tent packs down light and tight, but not easily. The tent held up in high winds in Arizona well but was buffeted about a bit (jingle free zipper was quiet though!). Minor condensation but not at bad as others in this price range.
I have always liked Marmot gear so I was confident when giving this tent a try. Worth every penny as no tent in the $250 range will be perfect, this one come fairly close. Just be prepared to spend some time packing it down to get it back to size. Also, is it ok to say I like the color scheme....because I do.
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