User Review: Mountain Hardwear Waypoint 1
Design: 3-season, not free standing
Ease of Setup: a blind guy with one arm could do it
Weight: less then 3 pounds
Price Paid: $124.95+ 20 for foot print
I find it to be be about as good as it is possible for a tent of that size to be. It has plenty of room for myself and all my gear and I have on multiple occasions gotten two people in it comfortably (yes, I do have a Waypoint one not 2) and I admit that the first time the other person was a atractive female so I had no problem with the close quarters but the second time it was another guy and we didn't have to spoon the whole night.
The only time I have had problems with it was the first time I used it I was canoeing with a friend (the above mentioned female) and and it was pretty stuffy inside. If it hadn't been raining we probably would have slept under the stars but I attribute the stuffiness to it being August in Virginia and right next to a river. Every other time I've used it it has performed outstandingly. I'm considering purchasing another while they're still on the market because its replacment, the Skypoint, is as far as I can tell inferior in every respect.
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