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- 6" high
- 6" wide
- Free-standing 2-person Trail Tent with full coverage rain fly and vestibule; ideal for backpacking, fishing, and any other getaway adventure
- Easy set up with color-coded clip construction and side-release buckle ten-fly connection
- Sturdy fiberglass poles; heavy-duty 75D Polyester 1200mm construction with taped seams; mesh wall panels for ventilation; noiseless zipper pulls
- Ridge pole geometry for maximum interior space; internal storage pockets to keep essentials handy
- Packed weight: 6 pounds, 5 ounces; packed dimensions: 6 x 20 inches; assembled dimensions: 84 x 52 x 41 inches; floor area: 33.3 square feet
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Engineered for camping in a rugged outdoor world, these tents are constructed of durable materials and are designed to be spacious, quick to set up and last a lifetime.
- Product Dimensions: 41 x 84 x 52 inches
- Shipping Weight: 7.3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B01LZCA939
- Date first available at Amazon.com: September 30, 2016
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Appearance: The tent looks great when it's set up. The tie-outs and stake loops all feel solid. There are loops inside the tent for an overhead storage net, but the net is not included. To save weight (I assume) there are few metal components. Just grommets where the tent poles hook to the tent itself. Again, to save weight, the floor of the tent is made of a slightly heavier nylon than the sides of the tent. I will probably waterproof the floor before a long trip. The tent is also on the heavy side for a backpacking tent. I was hoping to use the tent in that way, but 6.5 pounds is tipping the scale.
Value: This tent is less than $100 - in some cases much less. You get pretty feature rich tent for such a low price. 1. Relatively lightweight 2. Screen top and rain fly with guy outs 3. Clip-on pole attachments
Performance: Unfortunately (fortunately for me), the weather was really good on my last trip. The zipper, loops, and connectors all held up. I am very confident that the components will last for years. I setup and broke down quickly. I will try to update if I get some weather on a future camp.
Bottom Line: I am very happy with this purchase. The price was great and the tent is very easy to use.
My one concern is that the tent is not that light. 6.5 pounds is 1 pound heavier that the Kelty Trail Ridge 2 and double the weight of lighter, "true backpacking" tents.
Edit 8/30/16: So, I scratched the "roomy" part from my review. I spent the night with a partner at my last camp and it was tight. We didn't bump into each other, but the floor is barely wide enough to lay two sleeping bags next to each other. The packs need to live in the vestibule. I still recommend this tent, but it there are two of you, then you should be comfortable with each other.
Should you decide to buy this tent, I do recommend replacing the tents stakes with better quality aluminum stakes. I may replace the tent poles with aluminum poles at a later date. Setup was very easy which is good, because the direction are
very poor. The tent comes with ten stakes but really you could get away with only 6, as the ten itself is free standing. Although this is listed as a 2 man tent I feel it is better as a tent for one adult or two kids. I was able to get my cot inside as well as my backpack and still have room enough to change.
Simply said the Slumberjack Trail Tent was well worth the money I paid and again performed as well or better than tents costing more.