Swiss Gear Grindenwald I

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I did not buy this tent, but it appears to be nearly…

Rating: rated 2 of 5 stars

I did not buy this tent, but it appears to be nearly identical in construction to the Swiss Gear Cheval 3 person tent. I can tell from the picture that it has many of the same design flaws (see the Cheval review.) Also, as of today Wenger no longer has these tents on their website. I wonder why? :P

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

The Swiss Gear Grindenwald I sleeps 4 people and has 4 hooded windows for excellent ventilation. The windows, which are all closable combine with the 4, non-closable vents on the roof, for superb venting even in rain. Roomier than most tents of a similar size because the sidewalls are nearly vertical. Factory taped fly and floor seams are standard as is the durable polyester floor. The polyester fly repels water and resists UV damage better than nylon. Other features include a shoe pocket for wet dirty shoes, an E-Port for running electric cords into the tent, organizer pockets for stray gear and an included gear loft.Sleeps 4Factory taped fly and floor seamsPolyester Bathtub style floor with protective Rain Shingle1 large Flex door is circular for convenience and for easy entry/exit and can be stored in a convenient side pocket to get it out of the way4 windows and 4 roof vents for excellent ventilationTriangular side windows4 Roof vents allow for ventilation - non-closableShockcorded fiberglass frame.Sidewalls are durable polyester.Pin and Ring makes set up easy.4 Hooded windows allow for ventilation even in rain.Sleeve and clip set up for fast and easy set up every time.2 gear pockets to store small stuffGear Loft includedShoe pocket for storing wet muddy shoesE-Port for electric power cordsFlashlight loopTent, pole and stake bags included.Tent bag is a zippered duffelFire retardant.Import.

- Campmor

Swiss Gear Grindenwald I

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The Swiss Gear Grindenwald I is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen March 13, 2010 at Campmor.

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