Large roomy tent, useful for occasional use. Has two room dividers, but has no hook & loops for the windows when opened and only one door. I am very disappointed with my new tent. I am surprised Ozark Trail made a tent like this one. It just has so many less than desirable features or lack of. There are no hook and loops for the windows or the door. When opened they just flop down and look very sloppy and unkempt. Plus, my dogs walked all over them. I finally stuffed them into the bottom… Full review
Nothing bad to say about the product. I purchased the tent back when Hurricane Katrina came through Mississippi. The problem now in 2016 is I cannot find my dome rods, any suggestions? Full review
Ozark Trail Atka 28L lightweight backpack. Before purchasing this pack I used a more traditionally styled, and heavier, backpack for daily walks. I recently attended a seminar that explained the major difference of carrying lighter gear while outdoors. It really made a lot of sense. So while in Walmart, I saw this very lightweight bag today and decided to give it a try. While walking in various environments I only need to carry a few items: some water, orange juice, glucose meter, rain jacket,… Full review
Good lightweight pack. I picked up one of these at Walmart also and I have been pleasantly surprised with it. It only weighed in at 11.6 ounces on my scales and for 28 liters that tops some of the big boy manufacturers. Of course it has no side water holsters, or lid pocket, or hipbelt strap, but I think that all contributes to its low weight. For the water bottles I just use Platypus .5 liter and 1 liter flat style bottles, which you can fit in the main body of the pack on top of your other gear. Full review
Ozark Trail 7 x 9 x 59" 4 Person Tent. Lasted approximately 18 (eighteen) years. Had it about 18 years (Ozark Trail 7x9x59") 40 mph+ wind finally tore one fly fastener and the zipper on the D-door finally went yesterday, too. A valiant tent! Pitched in many more than a dozen states and in Ontario and Quebec provinces. Needed waterproofing infrequently. It went down 27 March 2016—great for nearly two decades. R.I.P. ! Full review
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