Sierra Designs

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High Side 1

rated 4.5 of 5 stars The Sierra Designs High Side tent is a good compromise between weight and space with a low profile, roomy if low interior, and intuitive setup. The 2-pound tent comes with poles and does not require trekking poles. The High Side 1 tent is a new tent from Sierra Designs, a company that is known for innovative designs at a reasonable price. This one-person, non-freestanding tent is lightweight, compact and intuitive to set up. The packed size is smaller than most due to the short length of the included… Full review

Moken 4

rated 3.5 of 5 stars The Moken 4 is a mammoth and possibly misunderstood tent. It is advertised as a 4-person tent but really, it sleeps upwards of 8 persons. Setup The setup is pretty intuitive, nevertheless, the tent comes in a backpack style carrying case with setup instructions sewn onto the inside wall of the pack. You stake down the corners, add the mega hub cross pole in the center of the tent, add the two auxiliary poles, and then clip it all together. The central pole hub fulfills a big job since six poles… Full review

Clip Flashlight 2

rated 4.5 of 5 stars The 2018 Clip Flashlight attempts to improve a classic; I think they’ve succeeded. Received from Sierra Designs for testing and review. Setup: The Clip Flashlight is a 2-pole, non-free standing design. To pitch the tent: Stake down the four corners Insert the two poles into metal slide clips Clip the tent to the poles The fly is a bit more tricky. For the fly, you start by clipping it to the tent at the foot end of the tent. These clips are color coded to make sure you have the fly on the right… Full review

Light Year 1

rated 5 of 5 stars This tent is bomb proof and lightweight! I think the only drawback is the smaller vestibule. That being said it is still all you will need in most cases. I would highly recommend this tent to anyone looking for a great 3.5-season tent that works well for backpacking, bike packing, motorcycle camping, and yes, even overlanding....as a backup for when there's not enough room in the RTT! First of all, let me say I have the previous model of this tent. Now, here's what I have to say: I have taken it… Full review

Backcountry Bivy

rated 3.5 of 5 stars Great shape and design with functioning waterproof breathable (WPB) material, but just not enough of it. I bought the blue-yellow-black 2017 long sized model online, on sale for 35% off normal retail price. Overall, at that price point, I give this bivy a grade “good”, but NOT “very good”. Had I paid full retail price, I’d give it a lower grade due to top yellow patch not being breathable. The wet spot the yellow patch created on my bag was more noticeable, and took longer to dry than… Full review

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Backstory

Sierra Designs is owned by Exxel Outdoors, which also owns Kelty, Mountain Trails, Ultimate Direction, and Wenzel.

Sierra Designs Coverage in the Trailspace Blog

Paddler Sharon and Climber Brian Win Sierra Designs DriDown Bags
Congratulations to Sharon Miller and Brian McLaughlin. Both Trailspace members won new DriDown sleeping bags from Sierra Designs for reviewing their outdoor gear in June. Read more
July 2, 2016

Last Day, Enter to Win a Sierra Designs DriDown Bag
Today's the last day to enter to win one of two Sierra Designs DriDown sleeping bags. On Thursday we'll draw two Trailspace members to win a sleeping bag each. Read more
June 29, 2016

Review Your Gear to Win a Sierra Designs Sleeping Bag
We're giving two lucky Trailspace members DriDown sleeping bags next week, thanks to Sierra Designs. Whether it's your pack, puffy, or paddle, review your outdoor gear now through Wednesday, June 29. Read more
June 22, 2016

Win Your Own Sierra Designs Summer Sleeping Bag
Two lucky Trailspace members are going to win his and her own DriDown sleeping bags in June, thanks to Sierra Designs. To enter, review your outdoor gear, apparel, or footwear. Read more
June 14, 2016

Win 1 of 2 DriDown Sleeping Bags from Sierra Designs
We're giving away Sierra Designs DriDown sleeping bags to two lucky Trailspace gear reviewers. After all, every outdoor enthusiast needs a warm, dry place to rest up between adventures. Read more
June 7, 2016

Review Your Gear, Win a Sierra Designs Sleeping Bag
We're giving away two Sierra Designs DriDown sleeping bags in June. Review your outdoor gear and you're entered to win a women's Eleanor Plus ($250 value) or a men's Zissou Plus ($220 value). Read more
June 1, 2016

Contact

Sierra Designs
Headquarters
6235 Lookout Road, Suite C
Boulder, CO 80301
USA

phone: (800) 635-0461

website: www.sierradesigns.com
email: answers@sierradesigns.com, warranty@sierradesigns.com

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