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Hyper Lite High Peak ~ Hiking Backpacking Camp Camping Compact Hyperlite Tent ~ 2 Person Tent

2.5 out of 5 stars 4 customer reviews

Price: $139.95 + $15.20 shipping
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  • Speed Clip Set-Up - Assembles in under 3 minutes, even in wind
  • Double Doors on Both Ends for Good Ventilation
  • Huge Raincover Provides Vestibules on Both Ends For Storage
  • Aluminum Poles can support a two foot snow load
  • Water-tight bath tub floor -
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Product Description

This is thoroughly tested rugged backpacking tent. Total weight is 6.5 pounds with the aluminum poles. We have tested this tent is 60 MPH winds and heavy rain and we had no problem.

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B0037BR46C
  • Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,168,118 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

Top Customer Reviews

I purchased this tent almost three years ago now. I have used it on a total of six backpacking trips. This was the first "backpacking" tent I had ever purchased. Since purchasing this tent I have purchased several other name brand backpacking specific tents.

First off I believe that this is a great beginner tent if you are just getting into backpacking. The total weight if the tent including rainfly, poles, REI stakes, and of course the tent is 6lbs 6oz. That is not bad considering the price of the tent and the size. I have used it on multiple trips with my brother and both of us were able to sleep very comfortably. I have not measured this tent but as noted in other reviews it is quite large compared to other two person tents. This is one of the main contributors to its weight.

I also own a Big Agnes Fly Creek UL2 and a REI Quarter Dome UL. The High Peak Hyper light is significantly heavier than the other two tents but it was also less than one third the price. The Hyper Lite also has significatly more room than the Quarter Dome or the Big Agnes. I have only used this tent in the rain one time, but I had no problem with any leaks. Condensation also has not been a problem any more than on other high end tents.

Although I do not use the Hyper Lite anyomre after purchasing my other two tents, I still believe that it is a great tent for the price, and would not hesitiate to use it again if needed.
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I bought a new Kelty Zenith 2 tent (FG poles) and then saw this Highpeak one on sale locally for only $39! - so I bought that one as well, with the intention of returning one of em. I set them up side by side indoors and here are my observations about the HighPeak when compared to the Kelty:

-unknown German brand, but uber cheap and seems well made (in China).
-taped seams on the fly with 2 entrances and vestibules!
-slightly wider and taller than the Kelty, but a 1.5 pounds heavier, probably due to rugged PE floor (tarp material)
-pole clips for speedy assembly, but clips were difficult to open and would be really hard with cold wet hands - might be able to modify the plastic lip so poles pop in easier...
-smallish wall pockets and no gear loft.
-poles made a cracking sound when bending, which is scary, since there are so many bad reviews specifically mentioning broken poles.

If you can find this tent cheap and just add in the cost of replacement aluminum or quality FG poles then it makes for an awesome budget tent. Otherwise, you'll be cursing about this tent online after you break a pole out in the woods. I've emailed the company asking about the cost of replacement aluminum poles, but a week later and still no answer. Not too encouraging...
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this tent is cheaply made, no surprise but their customer service is nonexistent. After their tent pole shattering after only 2 years I have made multiple attempts to contact this company to order replacement poles. This company will not even respond, good luck finding repalacement parts.
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Even for a two-person tent, it is large. The floor material is bulky and cumbersome. The tent itself is nothing close to hyperlite. It's almost heavy. It is not a great backpacking tent.

HOWEVER, if you find yourself with less than $100 in your pocket and you're going to be sleeping outside in the rain with all your meager possessions, you might want to pick this up.
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