Nice tent overall. Really liked the side door access.

Rating: rated 2 of 5 stars
Design: three-season must stake out tent
Sleeps: 1
Ease of Setup: moderate
Weight: circa 3 lbs
Price Paid: $150

Nice tent overall. Really liked the side door access. Big complaint though was condensation. Camped in cool rainy weather. Getting rained on at night and rain fly kept rain off me. However, condensation formed on underside of rainfly, and when large drops hit the fly the condensation drops exploded onto the flat surfaced mesh of the tent and all over my sleeping bag. Not fun at 2 a.m.! Bottom of tent very waterproof though. Ended up taking tent back because of condensation issue and my camping out in rainy weather more often than most. Purchased Eureaka Zeus 1 EXO and will test that soon...

Walrus Zoid

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