Light weight and reliable. I came across this tent about twelve years ago completely by mishap. I was fortunate enough to be working at a Big 5 Sporting Goods at the time where we had three of the tents get shipped to my store on clearance. Also, lucky enough to have my district manager in the store that day. We did not even have the code for the product in our system and each tent was marked $99.97. I grabbed all three tents, went to my dm and asked if I could have all three for $99.97, he said… Full review
I got this tent at a secondhand store for $5, but the front curved pole is broken. Looking for a replacement. Full review
I have used this tent numerous times and fine it holds up under extreme weather. I have camped in rainy weather and snow and never got wet. I admit it does sweat when it is completely closed, but with the side window and the entrance open it will keep dry. I like this tent. Full review
A great light tent for summer backpacking. Easy and fast to set up. Plenty of room for one person with gear. If you plan to use it for two of you, you better like each other really well and leave your packs outside. I wouldn't take it out if stormy conditions are to be expected, though. The design of the rainfly is somewhat flawed. It's attached with a separate pole that keeps the ends sticking out high, making the tent susceptible to catch the wind there. It also sags quite a bit when wet and touches… Full review
I have used this tent for years. It is a bit small for me at 6'2". My feet or head are always touching one end, which means that end gets wet in the rain. When the fly is fastened down it touches the tent near the bottom, which means that whatever touches that part gets wet in rain. I have slept in it for days and days of rain: downpours, drizzle, thunderstorms, etc. Overall, it is a good tent, but would be better for a shorter person. There is not much room as it is, with no room for a pack to… Full review
Peak 1 is a brand of Coleman.