Peak 1 Constellation



i was i little scared when i first purchased this…

Rating: rated 4 of 5 stars
Design: 4 Season
Sleeps: 3-4
Ease of Setup: tent in 3.5 with fly aprox. 4.5
Weight: 9.1 pounds
Price Paid: i paid $239

i was i little scared when i first purchased this tent (knowing the price of a good 4-season tent well exceeds the amount i paid for this one). but being strapped for cash at the time i jumped in head first. i am very pleased with this bargain. three people sleep in luxury. the vestibule is adaquate. with the no-see-um mesh top i would hesitate to take it into blizzard like conditions, but with the conditions in utah this tent has held up suprisingly well. An excellent value for anyone.

the only complaints i have are 1. the zippers will hang up on me (not sticking mind you just i little hang up) and 2. having to listen to people tell me peak 1 products suck. but tha'ts ok, keep buying your $500 dollar tents and you can brag about you brand name i guess.

Peak 1 Constellation

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