I love a good backpacking trailer tent, and this one was by far my favorite.
I’m not a huge tent guy, but I have been able to put up a few in my backpacking days, and I’m sure this one will do the same.
The design is simple, and it has a wide, open, and low profile front and rear.
I can imagine people putting a bunch of camping gear in it, but it’s not too much of a hassle to just carry a backpack or backpack bag to it.
There’s also a handy folding seat on the inside for storage, and a top-mounted rack on the outside for storage.
It comes with a set of six 4’x6′ (1mx1m) poles, which you can fold up into a little pile if you’re going for a bit of extra storage.
The whole thing weighs just under 12 pounds, so it’s easy to set up, and its built with high-quality materials like aluminum and carbon fiber.
It’s also surprisingly light at about 3 pounds.
The only thing that might be a little bit of a downside is that it only has two poles, but there are plenty of other tents that have poles of this size, so you’ll probably find plenty of room for additional items.
I also love the fact that it’s designed to work in all weathers.
It can even be hung on a roof, if you just want to save some space.
It also has a couple of features that I’m really happy about.
The front of the tent has a hook-and-loop design for easy attachment to a tent or tent pole, and the center piece has a zip-lock lid to keep the tent dry.
You can even attach it to your car or a bike.
I think it’ll do the job well for most people, and even I’ve seen this tent used in places like the Appalachian Trail.
The downside is the price, though, and you can only get it for $199, which is quite a bit more than the $249 I paid for my last tent.
There are some other tent options that are also worth considering as well.
The Big Agnes Tent is the same price as the Coleman, but this one is slightly smaller.
The tent is actually made with a single piece of PVC that is then attached to the base.
The big draw for this tent is that the front of it is attached to a big metal pole, which makes it easy to lift and move.
It is also more durable than the Coleman and it comes with plenty of features like a zippered pocket for storing things, an optional rain fly, and an adjustable hood.
It weighs about 3.5 pounds, and comes with poles of varying sizes, but the Coleman is the cheapest of the bunch.
I do wish that the tent came with a mesh mesh roof, but its easy to add a small hood.
Overall, I’m very happy with this tent, but if you’ve got the budget, I’d definitely consider going with a Coleman instead.
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