These tents are awesome. They withstood weather when others were snapping poles and going down! I highly recommend them. I've had mine for ten years. I've never had any problem with the Walrus tent. I've owned the Armidillo and it's withstood weather conditions like no others could where I camped. Zipper claps wore out as normal, but it was up for ten days at a time during the summer when camping so it took a lot of use. Rain cover is worn so I'm looking for a replacement, but the tent is in great… Full review
Quality...personified!!! I have 4 kids and 3 varieties of Walrus tents and they are all exceptional from every aspect!!! I researched for over many months on the best tents to stand up to borderline destruction under "kid" use and it seems that "Walrus" stood out in every aspect. I have had all threee of my "Walrus" tents now for well over 10 years...thanks for such a durable tent!!!!!!!!!!! I have used the "Walrus" brand tents for my family for well over 15 years and they have stood the test of… Full review
Lightweight, nigh bulletproof design coupled with high-quality materials and craftsmanship all add up to a stellar bargain IF you can fit inside. Walrus Tents. Ahh, the glories of a simpler time. I had been seeking out a Walrus tent for about 6 months when a 1+ person Swift popped up on eBay. New with tags still attached, it looked shiny even via the digital photos I was browsing through. I had to have it. Walrus tents were kind of like a unicorn to me — if I even spotted one in my life, I needed… Full review
Long lasting, 13 years and still camping with this tent. Not the lightest, but I have been through California and Arizona with this tent. I have dealt with snow, fierce rain, monsoons, and hail. I need to replace the cord in the poles but it's still running tough. I'll be taking it out at least twenty more times before the end of the year. Average use is about 25-40 camping trips a year. Full review
I traded tents with a buddy and got the Skyline on the trade, he paid $400 for it new in 1994 and my tent was a cheap maybe $90 tent - family one. This tent, OMG, is awesome. I have had it up on Mt. Rainier in 100+ mph winds and slept soundly. I had it in pouring down rain, where you could not sleep due to the noise! My car leaked but my tent did not. I was afraid of touching the sides and having the moisture come in, but it did not. I cannot begin to tell you how much I love this tent. I do not… Full review
Moss, Walrus, and Armadillo were manufactured by Edgeworks, which went out of business in 2001. In 2001, MSR acquired Edgeworks’ tent inventory and decided to honor tent warranty obligations for three years.
When Cascade Designs purchased MSR, it continued to honor MSR’s three-year warranty commitment; however, today, all warranty obligations for Moss, Walrus, and Armadillo brand tents have expired, and replacement parts for the same have been exhausted.