I use my mom's tent over the weekend and set it up. A very small gust of wind came and blew it over breaking the 2 "C" poles on one side.. :( Does anyone have this tent that they aren't using anymore that they are willing to let go of or sell me those two sides? I would really appreciate it very much!!! :) 801-814-3878 Full review
This is a great family tent. We have the 14x16 Vacation Home. HELP! I'm looking for 1 pole. Since parts are no longer available I thought I'd try here. I need a center side pole. Apparently in our last trip one got left behind! Full review
Love my tent. Storm broke five of the pole hubs. Roof hubs are fine. Does anyone have any they are wiling to sell? Maybe your tent was ruined and hubs are intact. Other than learning how to set the tent up, it's great. Roomy for my family. Full review
These are the worst boots I have had in 50 years of hiking. The rubber soles fell of of both boots during a 6-day backpacking trip in the Utah canyon country. They were only occasionally wet, and there is no excuse for this failure. Needless to say, it is almost life threatening to have only camp shoes for backpacking out of a wilderness. My rating is 0 stars. The glue between the rubber soles and thin rubber-like base that glues to the leather failed totally. Full review
This tent for the price you pay, will be what you get, but indeed for just camping it out, use for one man, is heaven sent. About six to eight pounds, with a ceiling of forty six inches in height allows for sitting up to change. Nine feet by seven feet allows for one person to throw a sleeping back into it with their gear too. Slightly crammed for two but still okay. Rainfly is pretty much a stretch top and hook on, but also able to be tied down. Recommended for fall, spring, and summer. But not… Full review
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