- 75D Nylon Fabric with 1500mm waterproof rating
- Durable Material: 75D Ripstop Nylon construction that's highly durable to ensure long-term use, 1500mm waterproof rating with quality assured YKK snag-free zippers
- Full Open: Distinctive 6-sided hexagon design with entrances on 4 sides, mesh layer to keep the tiny creatures out and the breeze in, perfect views and ventilation
- Double Tent: 4.4ft by 7ft space for up to 2 campers with plenty of room for gear and rucksacks, porch setup option for you to use with camping chairs and tables, etc
- Full Kits: Comes with complete setup kit of 4 tent poles in 4.1ft/ 125cm, 12 tent pegs and 6 guy-lines
- Dimensions: 12.3ft (L) *4.4ft (W) *4.1ft (H)/ 375cm *135cm *125cm | Shelter Weighs 6Ib (2700g)
- Material: 75D Nylon Fabric with 1500mm waterproof rating, YKK Zippers, 7075 Aluminum Alloy Poles
- Dimensions: 12.3ft (L) *4.4ft (W) *4.1ft (H)/ 375cm *135cm *125cm
- Packed: 21.6" (L) *7.8" (W) *6.7" (D)/ 55cm *20cm *17cm
- Weight: 2700g (6Ib) Package Weight: 3676g (8.1Ib)
- Waterproof Rating: 1500mm
- Color: Coyote Brown
- OneTigris OUTBACK RETREAT Camping Tent *1
- Tent Peg *12
- Guy-line *6
- Tent Pole (4.1ft/ 125cm) *4
- Stuff Sack *1
Not recommended. The fabric is very fragile !!
Not field tested yet, but I set it up and water tested it. No leaks. Ideal for chilling in the shade and storing gear with out having to snuggle with it when sleeping. It’s not very packable Because of size, but not to heavy. I’ll pack it because I don’t mind a heavy/ large pack for the amenities. It takes about 10 mins to set up. Not bad, but not the best especially for escape and evade situations.
Ventilation is incredible in this tent. It still condensates pretty bad, but what I do is put a tarp on top to have the water collect on it instead. It kind of works. Overall the quality is worth the price.
GOOD & BAD
Good: light weight, lots of mesh screens, sleeps two (small) people, front "porch" is a nice addition, seems well made but we haven't tested in the rain or had it outdoors for long yet.
Bad: The first time set up was difficult; some instructions would have been ever so helpful. The two poles that hold the tent up need a pocket to hold them in place. (After fidgeting with them for an hour we could not get them to set straight.) The outside front and back tent pieces need an outside tie to roll it up out of the way without using poles. The only for them to be out of the way and have the mesh down only is to use the poles. For the price... 6 POLES should have been included... the picture is deceiving, as the back porch is held by poles that aren't included and cannot be purchased through OneTigris separately. I purchased a second set for $30 on Amazon.
I would probably look for another tent with the same features. It needs some design work to make it worth
Good tent! Worked great even in 25mph wind gusts