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Ledge Sports Recluse Lightweight 3 Person Tent (100 X 70 - 50-Inch Height, 7.1-Pounds)
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- Size: 100 inches X 70 inches (Height 50 inches), Weight: 7.1 lb.
- Dual Vestibule, Dual Door, 3 Person Design
- 3 Aluminum Poles for Strength and Durability with Tub Floor
- 1800 mil Waterproofing on Fly and Tub Floor with 100% Heat Tape Seams
- Full Coverage Rainfly, 4 Interior Pockets, Aluminum Stakes, Gear Shed
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|Included Components||Tent, Poles, Stakes, Rain Fly, Carrying Case|
|Item Dimensions||50 x 100 x 70 inches|
|Item Weight||6.7 pounds|
|Number Of Doors||2|
|Pole Material Type||aluminum|
Top Customer Reviews
I am 6'1 200 pounds. This is the first tent I have been in that felt roomy. I can lay down lengthwise and have at least 6 inches of room at both my feet and head. Nice. In addition, there is enough headroom to easily sit up inside this tent. More headroom means that the tent will be more vulnerable to high winds, so take precautions. After years of canvas military tents, this is like heaven. There are quick release clips on the pole tabs that lock into the rainfly. Seems to be a reasonably well thought-out tent. From the images I saw online, I thought it was a "clip" type tent on a freestanding frame, but it has two poles that run through two sleeves each, and everything else clips from tent to the various poles. The third pole gives the tent its semi-rectangular floorplan, and is connected to the tent entirely by clips.Read more ›
- Aluminum poles. Wow, this was my first time with poles of this kind, they are LIGHT, and they're orange! They "snapped" together on their own when unfolding. I was afraid that they were going to break because of how light they were, but it never happened. This 3 pole design is interesting, and works well.
- Rainfly. another wow. This rainfly rocks. We had a real downpour on the third day, this rainfly was solid, no leaks or instability with it. The rainfly also adds 2 small vestibules which are very useful for leaving shoes and some other things outside the 2 doors and keeping them dry. The rainfly connects to 4 of the tent stake areas with plastic clasps, as well as velcro loops to the tent poles. There are another 4 points to stake for the 2 vestibule areas. You also have the option of using 4 guylines! I did not use the guylines at all during my stay. I can imagine that this rainfly will stand up to very harsh winds when using the guylines.
- Ventilation, mesh, and night views. When not using the rainfly, the ventilation is plentiful. The mesh is VERY fine, even the tiny bugs that usually get through regular mesh on other tents had no chance getting through this one. The mesh on top allows for viewing the night sky, which I enjoyed several times.
- Cargo net and pockets. This tent has the best overhead cargo net I've used, and it even follows the design/theme of the tent (which caused me just a bit of confusion when first putting it up).Read more ›
Upon receiving the tent, I set it up and sprayed the heck out of the bottom due to its general thinness because I wasn't sure it would repel water in a rain. I would also suggest, due to the thinness of material, to use a footprint with this tent. I plan on waterproofing the rainfly too. It was also suggested in another review. I have not yet had a chance to test it out for two reasons; 1) it hasn't rained and 2) the tent broke the second time I used it.
And by "tent" I mean the pole. One of the poles, after being set up overnight, broke-simply snapped. I was away getting breakfast and doing camp-like things, came back and noticed the shape of the tent was wrong. I took out the pole to look at it and was lucky that in doing so, I managed not to put a hole in the cloth runner, because the point of breakage was incredibly sharp. The aluminum poles are flimsy and apparently, not strong enough to withstand the tent being set up in 5 mph winds for more than 12 hours.
I do like the tent, however, and have not yet contacted the company for a replacement pole. I would prefer to replace the poles with a stronger, thicker aluminum pole. I have yet to find any with which to do this. I will update when I can.
I tried multiple times to contact the manufacturer and sent all the requested items to the company to get a replacement pole. I might as well have sent a letter to the North Pole asking Santa to bring me a pole because nothing ever happened. The tent is useless.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
this tent was more difficult to set up than I anticipated, however, it is spacious and should work fine.Published 2 months ago by Peter W.
First of all the company doesn't send instructions in any language. So still to this day I don't know if I have set it up correctly. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
After owning this tent for the past two years, I am very satisfied with my purchase. I bought this tent for use both for backpacking and car camping using a queen size air... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
I've had this tent for three years, and am quite happy with it given some modifications. This tent doesn't come with a footprint, and it really needs one. Read morePublished 3 months ago by J. Weaver
Pretty good. I like it. Needs a thicher floor though. Be sure to place on a tarp if you're not camping on sand. Must use rain sheet if you're using it. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Derrick Van
Does not stand up to 32 degree temperatures. The mesh fabric allows for the cold air to seep in even with the the rain-fly. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Christy
I camped all summer in Colorado with this tent , It held up really well until last of summer but not fault of tent as any tent would give out after such a long period out in the... Read morePublished 4 months ago by gary h brown
We have taken this tent on long backpacking trips into the White Mountains and I cannot say a bad thing about it! Read morePublished 4 months ago by jason blackburn
I give this tent about 3.5 stars.... This would be a tight fit for 3 people. We bought it for two to have a little space and the vestibules are great for holding our backpacks--as... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Lars R. Jones