Current Retail: $274.97
4 lbs. (includes tent body, rainfly, poles, guy lines, 8 stakes and carry sack)
2 lbs. 12 oz. (rainfly, poles, footprint)
Fly: 1 lb 4 oz / Tent Body: 1 lb 7.5 oz / Footprint: 7 oz / Poles: 16.3 oz / 8 Stakes: 3.3 oz / Guy Lines: 1 oz
30D Ripstop Nylon Siliconized outside with PU coating on inside 3000mm waterproofing
DAC NSL 9mm Aluminium Poles (comes with pole splicer in case of a pole break)
15D Ripstop Nylon Siliconized outside with PU coating on inside 1200mm waterproofing
85" x 52" Head Width x 47" Foot Width
30 in from tent body
6 x 6 x 22 in
The single best piece of gear I own.
- Very breathable
- Two doors
- Fairly lightweight
- Easy set up
- The only con might be when opening tent doors it can cause a small amount of rain to get in as you enter, and exit.
I have owned this tent for 3.5 years. It is very comfortable for two people. To this day after heavy use it is still waterproof and in great shape. The only issue is that my wife zipped the door up and tore it. Two years ago. A small patch, and it has been good as new.
I have used this tent in heavy rain, snow, hail, high winds, and hot nights. I still wake up dry, and with a smile on my face to this day. The coldest night I spent in this tent was 13 degrees. With the wife and I sleeping in it waking up to outside temps of 18 degrees it maintained 66 degrees inside the tent. But most importantly we stay very dry—no leaks, no condensation.
I love this tent. It is my single favorite piece of gear.
This is my first expensive tent after owning many cheap ones
Source: bought it new