I fell in love with the look of this tent so I bought one. On the first night of camping it got windy and the pole hubs broke, three of them to be exact. This made the tent unusable. It ruined our trip. Nothing in a tent frame should be plastic...EVER! If the tent is remade with everything metal on a frame, I would buy it. Full review
Great space. I have had 4 men and a boy comfortably fit in this tent without crowding. Also was in some pretty hard rains with no leaking. Not really available since it has been discontinued, but it was definitely a great tent and the envy of many of my group outings. The Northwest Territories Big Timber tent is a fantastic tent. It is a tri-section tent with three doors instead of the standard two opening tent. Beside the three doors the main body has a larger door that serves as the main door… Full review
Best boots I've ever owned. Kept my feet warm and dry in Alaska, Minnesota, and now Oregon! Wish I could find another pair like I have right now. Absolutely the BEST boots I've ever owned! Full review
Held up in a storm that was raining 2 inches an hour for a whole night. I got this tent for a week of camping with my buddy. Four days in my camping trip one night at 11pm until 12 pm the next day it rains 2 inches an hour with 20mph winds. No rain came it at all. The only drawback and I knew better was to let anything touch the walls of the tent. Well the foot of my sleeping bag was wet because it was drawing the moisture of the rain. There were no puddles or seam leackage in the tent. We did not… Full review
Very nice tent for the price, easy setup and tear down with two or more people. Overall a very great tent with ease of setup and tear down. Other campers are in awe of the space inside and the look of the windows. Full review
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