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Pro Great for warm summer nights
The inner tent is almost completely made out of mesh. This provides excellent ventilation without the rainfly, and allows to see the stars and everything around you.
Pro Freestanding design
The tent can stand solid without being pitched to the ground. This means that you can build it on hard surfaces or it can be moved around, when it has already been set-up.
Pro Convenient set-up process
When mastered, the tent can be set-up in under 5 minutes. All you need to do is just set-up the tent poles and, instead of sliding them through sleeves, you hang the inner tent to the poles. After that the tentfly is connected with side-release buckles to the corners of the tent and you are ready to go.
Pro Great for backpacking
Weighing 6.4 pounds and with the packed dimensions of 6 x 20 inches it can be easily carried around when going for short hiking trips. For longer distances you can just split the weight between the two of you.
Pro Noiseless zippers
The zippers are designed in a way that they make almost no sound when you open or close the tent, so you will not annoy the other person sleeping when you enter or exit the tent.
Con No vents on the rainfly
With the rainfly on, the only way to have any ventilation is to open up the doors. That is ok if the weather is good but a bad idea if it’s raining or there are strong winds.
Con Only one entrance
There’s only one entrance and vestibule for the tent, so you have to share it with your tent colleague. This means a potentially larger mess, as you need to store your stuff together and bother each other when going through the door.
Con Can get cramped for two persons
Unless you are small and have little stuff with you, the tent will feel a bit cramped. There’s only one vestibule for your stuff and the space in the tent is just enough for two sleeping bags.