There are many features I like about this tent after using it on several trips. - easy to setup it has a 1 one pole system, which is an interconnected hub. Makes it easy to set up in the dark and when you are tired. The pole is also color coded. - i got it down to around 3 lb 14oz on the trail for my needs - room for 2 + gear and i'm a cuddly 6ft - lots of extras and not the cheap stakes - great waterproofing V weight After using on this on several trips im really happy with it.
Very nice tent, fairly lightweight and compact. Will fit inside some of my larger packs or can be strapped onto the outside. Easy to set up. Some have stated that the tent doesn't have instructions but its on the backside of the warranty card. It's listed as a 2 person tent..by industry standards yes. It's more suited for one person and gear or an adult with a kid. I'm around 6 foot and can fit without my head or feet hitting the ends. The vestibule area is spacious enough to store your pack and boots. The rain fly is waterproof and the seams are factory tapped. 2 gear hooks along the ridge line and also 2 storage pouched in the front corners. Includes all the stakes and guy lines you need. The tent stakes are the single notch design and have a reflective pull cord on them. The guy lines have a built in tension adjusters and are reflective. The single pole design makes setting up quick and easy. Overall I am very pleased and would highly recommend the tent.
In this video I break down the tent and compare it to my $350 Big Agnes Fly Creek. Overall I think this is a great product and is well priced.
Very roomy for one and a tad tight for two of us oversize people, but still comfortable
The netted interior tent was overall a good quality and great design for the price. The rainfly was my biggest concern. The stitching wasn't finished with threads and mess ups during manufacturing through out which may lead to rips later. Additionally the fly seams are not taped but that can be fixed with a little dyi. The real flaw and concern is the use of Velcro to stop the zipper overlap from lifting. Only half of the Velcro is stitched down allowing the fly flap to lift, exposing the zipper and allowing rain/water in. It is these manufacturing flaws that take away from a decently designed tent.