Rated 3 out of 5★ by 2reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5★ by Funkydude07 Great, functional tent for one. This is a phenomenal value for such a well put-together, incredibly light, and comfortable tent. It only sleeps one, but if that's all you're looking for, it does a perfectly fine job. It packs up very small, so it fits comfortably in a backpack, even when a little damp. The only thing is that it's a little awkward getting in and out, but for the size, I don't know if it could be improved very much. 08/28/2013
Rated 1 out of 5★ by leftfoot7 Don't Do It!!!!!! Took this tent on a 2 night, 3 day backpack to WVA (Dolly Sods-highly recommended#. The first night was dry with a light breeze. I slept with the front door fly open and still woke up with tons of condensation. The next night was worse. We had a series of gully washers blow through and had it not been for my Big Agnes sleeping pad I would have been soaked. Yes, I waterproofed the tent. The problem was the tent is NOT substantial enough to deal with a downpour without the sides sagging badly #and I was under trees with a thick canopy#. To add to the problems, getting into this tent is a feat. The entry is small and the and the front cord makes entry even more challenging. Climbing in feet first means dirt all over sleeping area. Climbing in head first means have to turn in space that present challenges to the most limber. I am not a big man #5'7", 160 lbs.) and I was cramped in this tent. My advice: Learn from my mistake, save your money, buy the Eureka Spitfire or other comparable solo. This one is no bargain, just a headache. 08/08/2014