This was my beginning tent as a backpacker. I have…
Design: three season
Ease of Setup: Easy
Weight: >5 pounds
Price Paid: $90
This was my beginning tent as a backpacker. I have used it for 3 years in three-season weather, some snow, and tons of rain.
PROS: roomy, stormproof, head room, easy setup (color coordinated)
CONS: heavy (5 lbs, and I try to be lightweight), packed size is enormous(but goes well on external frame packs), condensation from dew will dampen any part of a sleeping bag that isn't on a mat (I use down), can come loose from stakes in high winds, and will turn over easily without a weight in it, hard to stuff (recommend getting your own stuff sack).
Here's what other sites are saying:
This freestanding two-person backpacking tent allows easy set-up no matter where you plant your tent. Two doors provide separate and easy access for two hikers. UV-resistant polyester rainfly doesn't stretch or expand when wet, ensuring a consistently taut pitch. Aluminum poles are strong and durable, while the pole clips make setup fast. Mesh panels prevent condensation from building up inside the tent. Bathtub floor--all perimeter floor seams are up and off the ground for superior waterproof protection. Large pockets keep gear organized inside the tent. Includes tent stakes and guy-out points. Special buy.