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Walrus Windshear

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I live and camp in Florida and Alabama in the fall,…

Rating: rated 5 of 5 stars
Design: 3 Season backpacking
Sleeps: 2
Ease of Setup: Very easy one person -5min or less
Weight: 7lb 12oz
Price Paid: $150 Campmor

I live and camp in Florida and Alabama in the fall, winter and spring. Waaaaaay too hot in the summer to camp down here. This tent is fantastic for one person or two who like being very close. Setup is a breeze. Has plenty of tie downs on fly and a large vestibule with excellent venting options. Has taped floors and fly. After using this tent for a year I have had no problems with it. I decided only two things could make it better, a zippered ceiling vent and a storm flap on the rear window and Walrus put those on the Y2K model. Be patient while searching for that perfect tent. I waited and finally got a great tent for a very reasonable price. Only problem is now I want the Y2K Windshear. Oh well, maybe in a few years if my current tent ever wears out.

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Walrus Windshear

reviewers paid:
$150.00

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