Mountain Hardwear Corners 3 Tent Humbolt One Size
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- Vents positioned on all four sides of the fly keep the interior cool
- Unique pole structure with 4 hubs at corners maximizes interior volume and makes set up extremely easy.
- Vestibule design creates a dry storage area and prevents water from reaching the tent floor
- Proprietary Evolution Tension Arch™ stabilizes tent
- Reflective starter point and guy-out loops for easy set-up at night
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Geared for family adventures and extremely easy to set up, the Corners 3 Tent from Mountain Hardwear reinvents summer camping with the kids by adding the critical performance you expect. Maximum headroom is afforded by unique corner hubs that also aid in set up & take down. The dry, roomy vestibule is a transition from outside to inside, keeping muddy footprints well outside the cozy confines of the tent. Clear SVX window lets you keep an eye on the action outside.
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(For backpacking I recommend the Kelty Trail Ridge 2 or 3 and the Alps Mountaineering Zephyr 2 or 3. Those are both solid, economical, spacious, well-ventilated tents with reasonable weights.)
1. Tall: The Corners 3 is quite tall for a 3-person tent. Many 3Ps are around 42"-44".
2. Lots of head room, thanks to the square shape at the top, the straight walls, and the "antenna" poles at the corners that spread the top out more. You can actually fit a cot in this tent and have about 22" of headroom left.
3. Wonderful pockets: There are 8 pockets placed in the corners about midway up the sides, plus 2 shelflike pockets across each end, over your head. These are very practical. There are also tons of hanging loops---I think I counted 11 of them.
4. Large vestibules.
5. Overall feeling of spaciousness, thanks to the light color, mesh sides, and extra space created by the large vestibules and side pullouts. This tent does not feel claustrophobic, which is good if you're stuck in the rain for a day or two.
6. Excellent ventilation. In addition to the two end vents and the side pullouts, you can zip the fly partway down in the rain or even all the way if there's no wind to blow rain in the tent. This is a huge advantage.
7. Assembly is very easy and intuitive--no instructions needed. There are just two poles---the "antennas" are permanently fixed to the two main poles. The fly goes on easily and is easy to pull taught.
8. Effective fly: I have used this tent in long, hard thunderstorm and no water entered. I also kept it set up in my yard through two days of rain and it stayed dry inside.
1. The fly creates a depression right over the doors that collects rain. The water doesn't seep through, but you have to shake it off before exiting.
2. The door is low. You can't step into this tent; you have to crawl in on your knees. Not a problem for most people, but perhaps yes if you use a cot.