Top positive review
Very large roomy tent, seems a little too light. Field tested.. and updated.
September 6, 2015
Have not taken it out to camp in yet, but did set it up to see if one man can set it up. One man can, it took me about 15 minutes. We camp fairly often and our old tent was about wore out and a little too small. This one is quite large and has plenty of room in it. We can now camp in luxury without having to put half our stuff outside the tent. What I received does not match the picture but is a close resemblance of it. It has 2 large entryways that open to the side, 2 large windows and plenty of straps to connect it to your frame. It does not come with a matching cover, at least mine did not. The outside is coyote tan and the floor is olive drab green. The floor is a big plus for camping since it will stop snakes from cuddling up next you while you sleep. (seen that too many times)
While this is not military quality, by any means, it does remind me of some of the military tents that I did use while on active duty in the 90's.
I'll field test this very soon and update the review. For right now I'll leave it at 3 stars as I'm unsure of how it will stand up over time.
Pros: Very large cabin area
Very large entryways, front and back.
Very large windows for ventilation
Easy for one man to put up
Attached floor that seems like it would be water resistant.
Cons: No included matching cover
No stakes included
Very thin and seemingly weak ties for the frame legs
OK we took it out for the weekend. Set up on site was less than 5 minutes on very rocky terrain, so I had a hard time with staking it down. We had high gusting winds that shook the tent very well but it stayed put. I was surprised that the ties for the frame legs help up. We also had a short cloud burst and we stayed nice and dry.
Since it survived a Texas torture test, I'll give it 5 stars even though I think it should have come with a matching cover.