Morrison Tent – 2 Person by MountainSmith

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230771 Features: Gеt easy set-up using thе clip-pole attachments, color coded buckle attachments аnԁ instructions printed rіɡht οn thе stuff sack Lеt thе air flow through bу opening up thе tent fƖу windows Find уουr way back tο camp аftеr ԁаrk, thе reflective guylines mаkе іt easy tο spot Plenty οf storage space wіth thе detachable ceiling loft pocket аnԁ interior mesh pockets Fully taped floor seams Includes 8 aluminum v-stakes Specifications: Packaged weight: 4 lb 11 oz Floor tο vestibules area: 35 tο 14 sq ft Dimensions (H x W x L): 43 x 56 x 92 inches Doors tο vestibules: 2 tο 2

Morrison Tent – 2 Person bу MountainSmith

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  1. zoology "bluedog" says:
    5 of 5 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Top Quality, Great price/weight tent!!, August 11, 2011
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    zoology “bluedog” (Illinois) –

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    This review is from: Morrison Tent – 2 Person by MountainSmith (Misc.)

    My first concern when I purchased this tent was the color, Citrus green?? I seen the blue tent offered by Mountainsmith, it stuck out like a turd in a punch bowl! The Citrus green actually does blend well with a green environment. The most impressive feature to me, is the ability for one person to put this tent up in 2 minutes the first try!! The aluminum poles are sturdy & of nice quality. The tent stakes are a perfect design, small, light weight and shaped into a “V” shape with hooks at the top to catch your guy lines or tie down straps. Zippers are of good quality as well, just think since they color coded the poles, they should have color coded the zippers to distinguish the window panels on door from the door zippers. It can be confusing to you at a 3 a.m. pit stop- when your half awake! Another reviewer commented on the “extra” material on the doors. I like this feature, not only do you have a window feel, it helps to regulate the temperature inside during 3 season use. It would be a nice feature if the fabric did zip all the way off for full view or for summer camping, so you can take it or leave it. Another complaint was made about the guy lines being too high up, I have no problem with that at all, it kept the distance between the fly and tent equal for better circulation.

    I tested this tent in 55 degree temps. on a clear night. The gear vestibules are very small width enough for some boots, when I stuck my pack under it, it gets wet from the condensation on the tent material. I will upload some photo’s to add to the other review. As for the inside, I’m 5’6 and tested it singly, plenty of room, a hikers palace! I love the new longer length no more head or feet touching the tent! The corner gear hammocks held my flashlight and smaller odds and ends. The top hammock was a great idea, but a little hard to use with a light installed. I used a Coleman mini lantern until I kept smacking it with my head, then switched to a round flat led saucer light w/ 24 led’s, no more smacking it but hard to use gear loft. Tent was very sturdy, excellent ventilation!!!! The two vents on each door stay open, the two vents on each side of rain fly can open or close and they do work. Between the rain fly, fabric on doors and open or closing of the vestibules you have alot of control over the inside temps. and air flow, this is a great design! I really like this tent, it’s top quality with a weight of 4lbs 12 ounces, which you can cut down a little by combining stuff into one bag. It does NOT come with a footprint. You can purchase one but my suggestion is some house wrap, like Tyvek or whatever brand you like, it’s light weight easy to carry, as small as an emergency blanket. It’s extremely durable & cheap!

    Pros:
    weight
    set up
    size
    full length fly
    quality stakes

    Cons:
    small vestibules
    no footprint

    UPDATE: camped out again, ended up in heavy rainfall & windy conditions. This amazing little tent held up great! A small amount of water made it inside, probably thru the vents at bottom of windows/doors. But minor! I was quite impressed as the wind was kinda freaking me out, thought it would become air born but did a great job!! I am glad I did use a Kiwi water proofing on rainfly, it helped keep it from getting totally soaked thru. It does ok without it but much better with it! Stakes have to be replaced- 2 bent & 1 broke, bummer! Also company says a footprint will be available in January- can’t wait!!!

    UPDATE ON FOOTPRINT: It is now available for $29.95 size small at Mountainsmith, no one else has it at this time.

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