After almost 15 years of abuse, motorcycle trips, camping, kids playing, weeks living out of the tent and some drunken tomfoolery the tent is showing its age. This tent has fared well over the years, only having a few dime size holes. Despite having those holes, on my most recent camping trip with five other tent campers my tent was the driest in the rain. It wasn't completely dry, but a few drops under the holes while most of the other tents had huge puddles is acceptable to me. Over the years… Full review
I use this tent for bicycle camping — works well — threw the zippered bag away to reduce weight. Here is a trick I have learned along the way — I bought oversized foil emergency blankets (2" x 3" x .75" folded package) and use them for footprint under tent, @ $1 each on E-bay I just wad it up and throw it away after each use. Keeps tent bottom clean. Full review
My daughter wore her boots for about three hours, if that, regular walking. When she went to take them off, the top portion ripped right off of the bottom portion. I will never purchase this brand ever again. Complete waste of money! Full review
I used this bag two nights last weekend and found it was too cold on its own—lowest temp was 51 degrees each of those nights. I agree with almost everything commented by Eric. I prefer a cool sleeping environment. However, I used this bag two nights last weekend and found it was too cold on its own—lowest temp was 51 degrees each of those nights. I was in a large tent (admittedly, a smaller tent would have been better) with one other person. I had to add a fleece sleeping bag for more insulation. Full review
I had issues with the screws falling out while in use. Bad if it were a survival situation. I put a lil soft set lock tight on them and now it's all good. Watch main blade screw too. Really is not a bad knife for the money. It will serve you well if you soft set lock tight the screws and don't work the knife too hard, just as you shouldn't any knife. Full review
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