LOOKING FOR A RAINFLY!!! I've had this tent now for 5+ years. It still works great and is in good shape, except for the rainfly. I've had this tent for 5+ years, it still works great and is in good shape, except for the rainfly. It ripped, not sure how, the ex-husband had it. With two sides being completely mesh, with no zip-up windows, camping in FL with it is impossible. I'm trying to get a replacement rainfly, but since this is a discontinued model, I'm going to have to have it custom made, if… Full review
Uh, nice little play tent for the kids. Adults: get a real tent. Found it in the stuff left behind when a pal moved away. Set it up for the grandkids to play in. Worked for that. Two sections on one of the fiberglass shock cord poles were split. I repaired them with zip ties and electrical tape. I would not set one foot into the Colorado foothills let alone the high country dependent on this thing. Adults should consider a real tent with serious brand names (North Face, REI, Marmot, etc.). With… Full review
Don't do it! If you have purchased one of these, look for your receipt and return it to Walmart or wherever you bought it. Bought one new and sent it with my son on a trip to Canada. The piece of junk won't light! Returning it for a full refund when he gets back. Full review
Sat new unused for about a year till needed. As I opened the package pieces of black plastic fell out of the bag. It looks like the foot part that the struts hinge on are made of barf. This one is broken right out of the bag. I took it to Walmart and they REFUSED to replace or refund. More and more I buy less and less from that store. It's junk and overpriced junk at that. No wonder their sales are down. Not much more I could possibly say about this expensive piece of junk. It never worked for me,… Full review
Not high quality, but then, they are not high price. I bought these a couple of years ago on sale and as I had no immediate need put them away. I have started training for a backpacking trip and decided to use these. I have used about 30 days of approximately 6 to 10 miles a day with a 25 lb backpack. Pros: They are a comfortable boot. I did not really require a break-in period. They ran a bit small on me. I had to buy a size 10.5 for my size 10 W foot. That said I have had no blisters or hot… Full review
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