Woke up Sunday morning a happy camper. The tent had not leaked during a heavy rain, but even though the rain did not have wind, a pole had split. I was not a happy camper. When I returned home I called Academy and was put on hold numerous times. They finally agreed to replace the tent if I drive the 100 plus miles to their store next week. This only after I said, "Do not put me on hold again, I will just go on line and report Academy sells trash and does not stand behind their product." Full review
Wide and sturdy tent should last years. Quick setup, easy pull zippers. Lots of storage. The No Limits Blanca Peak has plenty of extras and little touches making it top notch. I highly recommend this roomy tent for car camping. After 5 or 6 uses I found it to be just too short for my 6ft 1in frame. My feet and head were against the walls. Using just a 2.5 in thick pad I was close to the ground where space is greater. Packs small - 15in x 6in. Full review
This is a good starter tent for a backpacker on a budget or someone who primarily does drive in camping or short overnight trips. It is a good tent for the money. I bought this tent about 2 years ago and have used it on several camping trips including multi-day backpacking trips. It has held up well including stormy wind gusts of 35-45 mph. It has not had any leaks or condensation problems. It is not free standing which is a drawback, especially when setting up in windy conditions. It also takes… Full review
I took this tent for a couple of backpacking trips in Israel. It's a 2-person tent and easily roomy enough without gear. With gear inside its a bit cramped, but to be expected since its a backpacking tent. It does have two shoes vestibules outside though which is nice. It's lightweight (5.1lb) considering the price. Found it to be sufficiently durable as well. 2 side doors with mesh make it easy to air out on hot summer days. My only gripe is that the pole setup does no allow it to be freestanding,… Full review
Fisrt off is the price, at 20 bucks you can't go wrong. For the gear heads the stove weight is 3.3 oz and 3.7 oz with the stuff sack. It is made of steel. This is a good beginner stove, not too expensive. I would recomend this stove for anyone on a budget, or beginning hiking and backpacking. I haven't tested the boil time and efficiency, but it will boil quick. Yes, it's made in China. I have used this stove on five campouts and it consistently works fine. Being all steel it will need some care… Full review
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