By: RoryD Reason: I own(ed) one Made in: 2013 Rating: Date: 22/08/2014
Robust, innovative, quality 4-season tent so not cheap - although we got it for less than the £350-£370 you can get it for on-line, by trading in a really knackered old tent through Terra Nova's exchange scheme.
Light weight for its performance, we've used it both solo and two-up - excellent for cycle-touring / sea kayaking, and well suited to exposed coastal wild camping. It doesn't flap and it is surprisingly spacious for two - although head & leg room can be a bit cosy when the inner is fully zipped and both want to sit up. Excellent porches for storage (easily taking all gear for 2 on cycling trip) - and having 2 entrances with midge netting/ flexible fly zips is great for ventilation. We usually use a groundsheet footprint from an earlier tent as the groundsheet is very thin and looks vulnerable - and it's good to have groundsheet for the porches.
Only negatives are (i) the pegs - which are ridiculous small/thin wire things that would be hopeless in heather/ tussock/ moss and would be so easy to lose (we use pegs from an old tent instead) - and (ii) a slight drip from lower down the fly's front zips into the porch area in heavy rain (seam sealant may cure that).
It's a tent you can feel safe and secure in whatever the weather - without the weight of a traditional geodesic design.
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New for Spring 11 A great all round tent offering stability and space. Two entrances and porches offer a large amount of storage space for kit. Plenty of ventilation options allow you to use the tent in a broad range of environments.
Sleeps: 2 Min weight: 2.1 Max weight: 2.24 Pack size: 55cm x 20cm Flysheet: Rip stop Sil Nylon 5000mm HH Groundsheet: Sil Nylon 5000mm HH Poles: 8.84mm DAC Featherlite Pegs: 16 x aluminium skewers