Pretty much impossible for one person to set up in windy conditions. Too much ventilation for cold weather camping. Full review
A quality rain jacket that runs true to size. I have used this for several years in Canada on fishing trips where it rains every day typically. I have also used it on day hikes at Bar Harbour where it has rained. Full review
Very strong and has survived dozens of 70mph storms. Have had for 15 years and rain fly is torn. Cabela's does not sell this separately. So kinda screwed now. Still a good tent, but just need a rain fly. Been in bad storms that flattend other tents. but rainfly is thin and non replaceable. Can't understand why Cabela’s would not make replacement rain fly. Full review
It's built like a brick poop house. Great tent. I have taken this to Alaska on a motorcycle trip, camped in Yellowstone, Mt. Rainier, Airventure at Oshkosh (I'm a pilot), and Glacier. It's built like a brick poop house. It is little complicated to set up and takes a while, which can be a pain after a long day of hiking or riding, but I see very few tents I like as much as this. Full review
Solid midweight tent for three. Moderately light for a three-person. Very roomy for two people, a little tight for three. Comes with everything you need—seam sealer, patches, footprint... 4 lbs 9 oz without the footprint. 5lbs 3 oz with footprint. Great DAC poles and stakes. Easy to set up, except for staking, which I only do all when needed! Breathes pretty well, some condensation inside, but it stays on the walls unless you brush up against them. Full review
Cabela's was founded by Richard N. Cabela in 1961. It went public in 2004.