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High Peak Outdoors Maxxlite Tent

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  • 6.5 Pounds, Aluminum Poles, Full Rain Cover
  • 2 Person + 2 enclosed Vestibules
  • 22" long by 5" Diameter when stuffed, including rain cover
  • Two Large Vestibules for Storage + Great ventilation
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The MaxxLite tent by Camping Maxx allows up to two people to sleep comfortably. It measures 39" wide in the back, 78" long, and 47" wide in the front. The mesh, zippered door allows the breeze to come through, and if needed, you can zip up the solid door to keep the heat in and the wind out. The entire tent along with the poles fit into a carrying case and weigh less than 3 pounds.

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  • Product Dimensions: 78 x 47 x 38 inches ; 2.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • Origin: China
  • ASIN: B003ZZHS84
  • Item model number: 1131
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (57 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #36,692 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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84 of 84 people found the following review helpful By The Linux Colonel on July 13, 2011
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This keeps the wind out in the winter, the vestibules are huge on this thing, and it's small enough for backpacking (for 2 to fit in, and 1 to carry.) I don't think I could find anything else that appears to be this quality for this price. And I have tried it in the winter around 0 degrees F, and it did a wonderful job. The inside of the tent warmed up just because of our breathing in less than a 1/2 hour to somewhere near room temp or a little colder. I'll post pictures when I can find where I put them!

Also, it seems to get hot in the summer time, but if you open both vestibules, it helps a bit. I suppose nothing is truly good for all 4 seasons in 1 product... Anything else I've seen is either a few hundred dollars more, or much heavier, or both.. and probably have the same drawback in the summer months when it's really hot outside. Seals out the weather in the winter though!
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69 of 70 people found the following review helpful By Mike on February 12, 2012
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I bought this tent and was pleasantly suprised. I tried it out the first night in 20 degree weather and 20 to 25 mph winds. It held up fine and kept the wind out. I will say that in extreme cold weather like this you need two people to keep it comfortable inside the tent. One person inside keeps it around 25 degrees warmer than the outside air temp. It stayed around 46 degrees when I was out of my sleeping bag. When I got in my sleeping bag the temperature plummeted and I lost the battle and just totally covered up inside my bag. It stayed maybe 7 degrees warmer than the outside air. It was very windy though so it may do better in calmer winds. With two people out of their bags its quite comfortable inside. I mean very comfortable. It warms up nicely and holds the warmth. I was very suprised. The tent is designed so that it also will vent well in the summer as well. It has two huge doors on either end and two triangle shaped vents on top. The tent is well made and very light weight. It is about 6.5 lbs and packs up very compact. The fly encloses two large vestibules, big enough for a pack and boots on each end and still be able to enter and exit without moving gear around. The tent stakes are strong metal that go in the ground easy and hold well, they include two extra stakes. The bottom has taped seams and it is a tub design the material i think will hold up well over time. The tent has two pockets on each side about six inches by four inches. There is a square net that attaches in the top for miscellaneous items and you can hang various items from each of the four attachments if you like. The poles are aluminum and fit together very precisely and they are quite strong. The zippers are of a good quality. Setup was a snap, it takes just about 5 minutes to set up from start to finish.Read more ›
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30 of 32 people found the following review helpful By Pancake Effect on July 11, 2012
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Okay first off you have to think of the price range, this tent is CHEAP for a 4 season tent. So we obviously can't compare it to the quality of $600 dollar tents. Okay now that is said:

First off the customer support was good, he threw in a bottom blue sheet for the ground for me because I was kind of weary about trying to find one that would fit. And it worked great.

The tent is very light, hiking with it would be easy. Setting up the tent was quite easy, I could do it in about 8 min by-myself. The poles are sturdy and nice, only two poles to worry about. The general design of the tent was laid out nice too. It's more of a 3 season tent, but it could work for a 4 season. It will structurally withstand snow, but it might be chilly.

One of the first things I did with this tent was set it up before a storm, needless to say it's waterproof. Not a drop in the tent with the cover on. It has two doors for easy access, mesh top for air, zippers for the window flaps. If it came to winter time, it would be good I imagine, might not be as warm as other expensive 4 season tents...but this good for what it is.

I'm kind of short, and this fit me and my tiny gf in it just fine, possibly room for a 3rd member if it came down to it, though it might be a bit uncomfortable for three unless it's a child.

I guess I only have one complaint, not sure if I can justify it or not, because this is meant for hiking, thus it's suppose to be light. The materials are very light. You would have to be careful not to poke any holes into it on the sides. There was a small nick on the door that was shipped to me, I just covered it up with tent tape and worked fine.
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37 of 42 people found the following review helpful By sfitz on January 24, 2013
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My son and I used this on Friday and Saturday (January 18 & 19) in Minnesota when on a Scout campout. The first night, the temperature was 25 degrees Fahrenheit, with no wind. The second night is was -1 degree Fahrenheit with winds over 45 mph, and the windchill that night down to -25. The tent performed great the first night. There was condensation on the underside of the fly (beading down), and a little on the inside of the tent. The second night, the same, but all frozen. The temp inside the tent on the first night was 34 degrees Fahrenheit. The temp in the tent the second night was 7 degrees Fahrenheit. the tent did not live up to the claim by the manufacturer of staying 25 or more degrees warmer inside.

I have done a lot of camping (backpacking, backwoods, all seasons). I typically buy middle of the road gear, so this was definitely a lower price point than normal.

Overall, the good: Very light, decent construction, would definitely be a great 3.5 season tent for the money as it is very versatile. I will take it up to the Boundary waters this summer with no reservation.

The bad: This is not a winter tent to be used in conditions much below freezing.
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