User Review: REI Quarter Dome T2
Source: bought it new
Price Paid: $300
Light, sturdy, and dependable are 3 simple ways to sum up this tent. Light enough to take on long hikes. Sturdy enough to handle the roughest conditions. Dependable when the weather is not so pleasant. I would recommend this tent not just for 3 seasons, but for even the dreadful 4th season.
- only 3lbs. 14 oz.
- sturdy up to 60 mph winds
- plenty of room for changing and gear
- won't fold any shorter then 20in
This tent stood up to all 4 seasons and one time I had to move my position from one side of the mountain to the other after I already set it up.
During set up it pretty much does it itself, but I didn't want to break it down. So in my haste I grab the tent at the apex and I had 60 + mph wind gust blowing at the tent and I was worried that the rods would snap and break. All in all the tent held up and there was no wear and tear.
I would recommend this tent to anyone who wants to travel solo w/ a lot of gear or in a group of 2 even w/ a lot of gear. Due to the fact that w/ the tent is breathable and has 2 doors this is great when having to bunk up after a long day trek.