No problems for 4 years now. Would have got 5 stars if easier to take apart for complete cleaning. WOW first off had mine for 4 years now no problems at all. Noticed some people say you can't buy a new regulator tube well read your operating instructions that came with the stove the part number for the tube is in there . LOL read your paper work that comes with your equipment ,it's a no brainer. Full review
If you need only the top half of the boot, these are the boots for you. Trash...need I say more. Shame on you Walmart for selling a product this bad. Full review
Bad on and off valve. After lighting the lantern, I could not turn the lantern off. Dangerous Full review
This tent is a total piece of junk! The material is cheap vinyl that they use to make garbage bags. I set this tent up in my backyard in England, and we had a rainstorm with winds, and the tent cover has tears all over it! The tent also leaks from the bottom. I had water all over the floor. Anyone thinking about buying this, forget it and get a real tent. Full review
Inexpensive boots that you can winterize. Ozark Trail Men's Bronte Hiking Shoe After five years of almost daily use in all weather, these inexpensive boots just keep going. They fit comfortably and after sealing with SNO-SEAL and replacing the laces with longer laces, these boots work very well. They are light and you can get Microspikes on and off them easily. Not insulated, but I use them all winter except when the snow is very deep. They don't have aggressive VIBRAM soles and I would not use… Full review
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