- Made in the USA
- DURABLE MATERIAL: Keeping yourself, your camping equipment, and your personal items dry when you are camping is half the battle. The sturdy nylon material on the tent body and the convenient rain fly help to ensure water does not make its way into the inside of your tent for an enjoyable, and dry, trip.
- SPACIOUS AND CONVENIENT: This lightweight 2-person dome tent with a large D-style door is designed for comfort, space, and convenience. With an interior height of 3.50 feet and 6.25-foot x 4.80-foot. This tent comes with an interior storage pocket that helps to clear clutter and keep the inside of the tent organized, providing an overall cozy experience. When you are finished with your trip, you can simply place the tent components back into the carrying bag to easily pack up and transport.
- PRODUCT DETAILS: Poles: Fiberglass, 8.5mm diameter, Fits: 2 people, Includes: Portable storage bag.
UPDATE: this little tent lasted me FIVE camping festivals last summer!!I bought this as a burner tent thinking I'd get one use out of it - I needed it for a last minute camping festival. I have now used it several times (once in the rain - surprisingly, it's waterproof) and couldn't be happier with this purchase. It's durable, small, and easy to pitch. Although 2 people can probably fit - you'd better make sure cuddling is an option. It fits me (I'm a 5'9, 165 lb woman) and my 2 duffel bags of clothes perfectly :) my only regret is I didn't get the purple one - def more my style!
My daughter had never been camping and wanted to try camping in our backyard to see if she liked it. I wanted to find something affordable and small in case she didn't like sleeping in a tent. The tent worked out great and we will definitely be using it again soon. The tent took me less than ten minutes to put together and folds away nicely. I could see someone who is interested in backpacking using this seeing as the tent is light and portable. I don't know how it would do in the rain but that's why I like backyard camping.
ive used this in torrential rain in hawaii, camped int he drakensberg and on the beaches of costa rica. FOr lightweight backpacking u might as well buy this if u gonna go cheap. the total packweight is probably 2 lbs max. its the lightest thing ive seen south of $200 - sometimes weighing half of other brands.Im 6-2 and slept ok in this with a shorter female friend comfortably enough -This is perfect for hot days and keeping bugs out -Pros:Super super lightweightPacks tinyFloor tarp section is nice and high off the ground for water running by etcConstruction is basic enough - setup is cool. Anything can be fixed with duct tapeLighter color keeps temps down with sunlightFloor section is waterproofCons:Only one entrance - so not much breeze when its cooking at nightSmall chimney - again, not so good for getting a breeze thru the tentWaterproof "hat" is kinda useless - i used a full one from another tent - perfect comboOverall - this is an excellent little tent.What I wish it had:A 2nd mesh window with an external waterproof zipper for better airflow - possibly on the adjacent side - in case it rains you can angle the openings away from the rainLarger rood mesh section for cooler evenings and maybe some star gazing :)A slightly larger rain-fly with space to leave shoes / small pack outside tent incase of rain (a good pack cover could keep it dry too)Rain fly with loops so u can pull it away from the inner layer - this prevents the water from coming thru betterAgain - this is a GREAT little cheap a$$ tent - its server me VERY well. If u are smarter, carry a small sewing kit and dont be afraid to strengthen weak points and/or fix small tears. A high end clear patch kit would also be a great addition - not the glue bicycle type kits, but the peel and stick types -:)Bear in mind im 6-2 and managed fine in this tent.. about as small as i could go - but def space for a 2nd halfIf i could - I ould combine this with the ozark trail from w-mar(t), it has nice size mesh windows that will DEF allow more airflow.
everybody makes this tent out to be trash but its actually really nice for the priceim 6ft tall and me and my wife fit in it perfecti have had mine for over a year now and used it for everything from camping to my niece using it as an indoor castle to play inits been put up and taken down so many times i cant remember and it still looks and holds up like new
If you need an inexpensive one-person packable tent, this is it. No frills. But then, you're camping, right? Super lightweight. Perfect for one person with gear. Or one adult and one child in a pinch. It is narrow. Some reviewers complain about the rain fly. It is designed to cover the vents in the top of the tent, nothing more...it's about the size of a large hanky. Each corner of the fly has an elastic with a hook on the end, designed to attach to loops near the top of the tent. I find that if you pass the hook through the tent loop, then pull it back toward the fly and hook it around the elastic above the loop, it keeps the fly perfectly taut and functional. You can also make the sidewalls a little more vertical by placing a smooth pebble/marble/bearing in the middle of the fabric from the inside, then tying an extra guyline around it from the outside. That creates a bit more room inside, and keeps you from touching the fabric if it's wet from a rain or dewy in the morning. The poles seem fine, but the tent folds down much smaller for packing and the pole sections would be nicer if they were a bit shorter. But everything fits comfortably in the included tote bag, if you're not planning to pack with it. Who knows how durable this is (the corner sockets for the poles are made of plastic), but hey...this is the opposite of a major investment.