Three-Season Tents

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Recent Three-Season Tent Reviews

Marmot Pulsar 2P

rated 3.5 of 5 stars Some great things about this tent and some pretty lousy things about this tent make it a split decision. Setup: The tent is easy enough to pitch. There are two poles with segmented parts. You insert the end of the pole into the grommet in each corner. I don't have the footprint. The fly has hook clips that fit over guy cords at the corners of the tent (see pic). The fly has (had) some underside velcro straps that are supposed to hold the fly to the poles in case of inclement weather. Unfortunately,… Full review

Wild River B-487UWF 3-Man

rated 5 of 5 stars This is a vintage product that is extremely lightweight for its size (8x10) and easy to set up. Good for backpacking. I've had this tent for many years (I think I got it in the late '70s) and for the last 20 years it has been rolled up in my garage. I recently took it out and it's like new other than a faded streak along one edge. I can't find any info on the web regarding Wild River products so hopefully someone will know something about them. I've backpacked in the mountains with it and it performed… Full review

Mountain Hardwear Haven 3

rated 2 of 5 stars Rain fly never fit correctly and the zipper seams eventually fell apart. Except for that I really liked the design of the tent We used the heck out of this tent for several years and many long trips. The rain fly never fit correctly. This was clearly a design and engineering flaw. After a few years the zipper adhesive and stitching on the rain fly came apart completely, despite my efforts at repair. I contacted Mountain Hardwear about this and eventually sent the tent back to them. They gave me… Full review

Coleman Hooligan 2

rated 4 of 5 stars Easy to set up and easy to tear down. I got this tent for car camping not backpacking as it is too heavy for backpacking. Very easy to set up by one person. Stuffing it back in the carry bag required a little finessing, but it will go. Plenty of room for a queen size air mattress and gear. I like that you can remove the rain fly for stargazing. Full review

Eureka! Solitaire

rated 4.5 of 5 stars Great tent for what it is. I thought this tent was easy to set up. Having never used anything but US Army issue before, this thing was a breeze. I did replace the stakes with the large nail type stakes since I tend to camp in some rocky terrain. I've used this tent in rainstorms and good old Georgia summer heat and thought that the rain fly and ventilation were great. I carry a 7,800 cubic inch pack that I put way too much stuff in and it and my boots fit in the gear area, just barely. I'm only… Full review

Mountain Hardwear Sprite 1

rated 0.5 of 5 stars Tent fly sheet zipper portion and clear rubber/plastic window detached. Bought this tent a few years back, checked it and put it in my Bug Out Bag. Used it recently for the first time but lo and behold, the plastic/rubber clear window on the fly is detached, the zipper on the fly sheet used to get in and out of the tent if the fly is on is detached. Reason: it was only attached with seam tape. No stitches. I sent an email to their customer service to ask if it was a design flaw or factory defect… Full review

Tarptent Notch

rated 2 of 5 stars Fly doesn't come close to ground, problem in wind and rain. I bought the Notch to be a better rain shelter than a flat tarp and because there is a bug tent that fits under it perfectly. But, the fly can't be staked low enough to the ground to use with a little rain and wind. I believe i could modify the fly by removing the four stiffeners at the ends and adding four stake loops mid panel. I noticed that one of the tents by BearPaw is of similar design but can be staked all the way to the ground… Full review

Eureka! Solitaire

rated 3.5 of 5 stars I have one with aluminum poles. My tent came with aluminum poles and they have held up well. I don't know if this is a change to try to fix the pole breakage problems or if that's just what Eureka chose to sell in Canada, but it's lighter and stronger and seems to do the job. Full review

The North Face Meso 2

rated 2.5 of 5 stars I bought this tent for cycling and hiking trips. Used it four times and it is coming apart. The mechanism on the flying sheet, to attach it to tent, just falls off. Setup: Easy simple and quick Stability: Not stable in wind Weather Resistance: Have not used it in the rain. But did not have moisture problems the four times I used it. Ventilation: Good Room and Storage: Considering its light weight and reason I purchased it is small but perfect. Packability: Good Ease of Use: Easy  Features: Flying… Full review

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