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Sierra Designs Yahi 4

rated 5.0 of 5 stars
photo: Sierra Designs Yahi 4 three-season tent

A fantastic, well thought out and well engineered tent.


  • Great use of space
  • Easy setup
  • Well thought out parts and design



: Really easy. Footprint clips onto tent through patented Jake's feet clips. Poles insert and fit great.

Stability: Does very well in non-extreme weather. I've used it in 4 seasons and it has been great. 

Weather resistance: Fly hangs really low keeping all weather out. 

Ventilation: Does pretty well. Has minimal condensation.


Room and storage: Has 4 double compartment personal pockets and 2 wall mesh pockets.

Packability:  Has a handled tote bag.

Ease of use: Very easy and intuitive. You do have to bend some poles to get them into their corresponding holes. 

Features: Two large vestibules, double doors, Jake's feet.

Construction and durability: Been using it for three years now and it still looks great. I've used it in rain and light snow, but don't yet know how it would hold up in heavy snow. 


I use this tent in group trips at least 5 times a year. 

Source: bought it used
Price Paid: $125

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Price MSRP: $299.95
Historic Range: $169.98-$399.95
Reviewers Paid: $125.00
Trail Weight 9 lb 12 oz / 4.42 kg
Packed Weight 10 lb 11 oz / 4.85 kg
Interior Area 59.50 sq ft / 3.72 sq m
Vestibule Area 14 + 7.5 sq ft / .81 + .46 sq m
Peak Height 59 in / 150 cm
Packed Length 26 in
Packed Diameter 9 in
Capacity 4
Season 3
Number of Doors 2
Number of Poles 5
Pole Diameter 11.0 / 9.5 mm
Pole Type DAC DA-17
Floor Material 70D Nylon, 3000 mm
Body Material 68D Polyester, Dye Free
Fly Material 75D Polyester, 1500 mm
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