GigaTent Liberty Trail 2 Dome Tent, 7' x 7', Sleeps 3

Walmart # 555299340

GigaTent Liberty Trail 2 Dome Tent, 7' x 7', Sleeps 3

Walmart # 555299340
$32.99$32.99
Highlights
  • UV-resistant materials
  • Sleeps 3
  • Polyethylene floor and polyester walls
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    About This Item

  • UV-resistant materials
  • Sleeps 3
  • Polyethylene floor and polyester walls
  • Customer Reviews
    3.5 out of 5 Stars
    1-5 of 98 reviews

    well-made tent at reasonable price

    I bought this tent to replace our worn-out 10+ year tent with different brand, which started to grow hard-to-get-rid-of mold. The tent is true to the size and well-made. It is light-weighted and easy to set up. The bottom is tarp-like water proof material. The black area near the bottom shown on the product picture is made of regular tent cloth as the rest. Not sure if the whole tent is water-proof or not. Haven't tried it outdoor yet. But I bought a bottle of seam sealant and applied it to every seam of the whole tent. Hope it will keep the water out. So far I have set it up in the living room and the kids like to sleep in there. The tent is spacious for 2 persons, or 3 persons at maximum in my opinion. The tent door has two layers with one as screening net. But the screening net holes are bigger than usual, may not be able to keep out small mosquitoes.

    beach camping

    I would definitely recommend this tent, and would buy it again. Two adults fit comfortably with room for gear. It was simple to put up and take down. The tent had a major stress test its first time out with beach camping, normally windy, but a ragging storm with wind and rain pounded the coast that night and except for rain creeping in the seams(easily soaked up by our towels) and needing to put all heavy gear in the front corners to hold down the tent, we rate this a" great little tent." The rain seeping in at the seams is typical of tents even of much higher prices. We'll seal the seams, , and buy larger stakes, and consider a larger rain fly, and have probably the perfect light weight tent for our next adventure. Can't beat the price, we paid $l5 something and tax.

    Leak water so bad!

    I bought this tent as a beginner for camping. I went to the campground yesterday. It is easy to set up. When it comes to night, it started to rain. It rain pretty hard and the tent bottom start to leak into water. After one hour, the corner of the tent was already sinked in the water. I thought it can at least endure for one night so I kept myself in the dry spot and continue to sleep. When I woke up at 2am, the two sleep bags are all wet and my clothes, pillow, everything is full of water. I have to run to the car and spent the rest of the night in the car, cold and uncomfortable. The end of the story is, that I have to cancel the rest of the camping plan and went back home with completely wet tent, clothes and blanket. If you want to use it for dry space only, it is cheap and good. If you will use it in case of rain, keep yourself away from it.

    cheaply made, leaks, got what I paid for

    Well, I won't complain too much as I just spent under $20 for this tent. It's obviously a cheap imported tent and will not stand up to the rigors of children, pets, or any sort of rough use. For the occasional use in dry weather it may survive a while. But the rain fly (and calling it a rain fly is dubious) is severely lacking in at least size. It barely covers the peak of the tent which has a screened ventilated peak on top. Any amount of wind in rainy weather will drive water up and under the fly to fall down inside. I tested it one rainy night just to see how dry it would be inside the next morning. All of the water, and it was substantial, had gathered by the door which suggests to me that the door may not be waterproof, or it leaked around the zippers. So don't count on staying dry in the rain. The zippers seem fragile. I did not coax them much when they met resistance while zipping up the door. You need to pull the door up with one hand and zip with the other and try not to get into a bind. In a high wind situation I believe the shock corded poles will collapse. So my take is..... if it's dry and not too windy this tent may do you for the occasional sleep out..... and for $20 one can't expect much more.

    The product is worth the price

    I did not think I would be getting a product that met the expectations for the purpose of the tents, but I was surprised that the tents were very easy to setup, and were pretty durable. The product is definitely worth the price.
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