User Review: Walrus Swift
Design: 3 season lightweight trekking
Ease of Setup: easier than many
Price Paid: $80
I used this tent for an Appalachian Trail thru-hike. For the price, this tent competes as well as or superior to other tents I have used over the years. Its small size allows for it to be squeezed in small areas. There is enough room in the bestible (vestibule?) for one pack and other equipment or clothes to stay out of the rain. For lightweight and long distance trekking this tent really shined.
The only drawback is not being able to anchor the tent in rocky areas because it relies on stakes for support.
However, I was very imrpessed with its performance for solo trips and would use the same tent aqain should I attempt another thru-hike. A real bargain.