by the time we set this tent up, we had no idea that we had bought junk. The junctions of sides and ends in the corners were sloppy, we had it tied down 5 different areas on both sides and 2 times on each end. It worked for the end of the summer until our first 3 inch snow fall. I was inside that tent trying to keep the light snow off of the roof as it was caving in Well it did. The roof peak pipe, and I use that term loosely, looks like a pretzel. I had everything stored in this tent and now it is all under a snow covered tarp. Not sure what to do next. Glad my car was not under that tent. If I was able to pack it up in its pieces, I would but I have to dig out the items I was storing in the tent and hope there is something left. I would not buy it unless you are in a windless, snowless environment. It gets wet inside, if you do buy it, make sure you have tie downs that are stronger than what they provide, and the little bungie cords to attach the tarp to the flimsy "pipe" is a joke. I suggest that they provide better support from the peak to the sides. two 10 foot pipes jointed in the middle is ridiculous and the pipe breaks easily. NOTE: The joints did not break, the pipe itself broke in half!
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