User Review: Moss Tents Outlook
Design: 3 season modified dome
Ease of Setup: moderate - full coverage sleeves require more time than clips
Weight: 6 lbs, 12 oz.
Price Paid: $400
- excellent quality, usual high standards for Moss with great waterproofing. Haven't been wet yet, although I have yet to experience an all day downpour in it.
- upper mesh allows more ventilation, views without fly
- door opens to side (most Moss tents open towards floor, which requires a little more care in keeping it clean.)
- floor plan is excellent for a solo tall hiker...I am 6'3" and sleep comfortably between the end points with room for the pack to spare.
- lightweight aluminum poles (7075) fold to a nice short length...easier to pack.
- storage bag is a bit oversized, making it much easier to pack.
- sleeved poles of varying length require a bit more setup time; they improved on this with the Triton by making the sleeves continuous and all poles the same length. (It would be nice if they made sleeves continuous on earlier models.)
- vestibule needs to be bigger if squeezing two inside.
- on the heavy side for solo hiking options.