User Review: Stephenson's Warmlite Warmlite 2R
Design: 4 season, hoop tent, double wall, side windows,
Ease of Setup: This tent sets up with ease, even in high winds. Two curved aluminum, shock-corded supports are easily used. Only there stakes are needed, one in rear and two in front to secure the tent.
Weight: 2 lbs. 12 oz.
Price Paid: $500
I recently spent the night in my warmlite in the April Fools Blizzard of '97 in southern New Hampshire. Went to sleep in high wind, with light blowing snow and awoke to 30+ inches of snow. My Warmlite was all it was supposed to be. Warm, lite, strong, well ventilated and easy to put up and maintain through the night. I only woke up twice in the night to tighten two front tie downs. I did this without leaving the warmth of my bag. What a night and what a tent. Obviously I recommend the Warmlite. I scoff at those who say this tent is so light as to be fragile. They should have been with me in 20 inches of wet snow.