Eagle's Camp Crystal Canyon Backpacker Dome Tent

Priced: $49.99 Rated:   - 4 stars out of 5 by 4 reviews.
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Eagle's Camp Crystal Canyon Backpacker Dome Tent -
A backpacker’s paradise that sleeps two. Weatherproofing Ever Dry™ keeps rain and moisture out, and is enhanced with factory-taped fly and floor seams. Reflective rain fly reduces temperatures inside. Organize gear via the storage pocket. Bug-resistant mesh screen. Quick-and-easy assembly. Includes fiberglass poles, tent stakes, fly and zip-close polyester duffle.
Weight: 5 lbs. 3 oz.
Center height: 3’3".
Floor dimensions: 5’ x 7’.
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Eagle's Camp Crystal Canyon Backpacker Dome Tent Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Perfect for my needs

After loaning out my Northface Tad Pole tent and never getting it back, I needed a quick and cheap replacement. I picked this one up at the Reno store on my way to a 5 day ATV trip. The Reno store honored the online sale price, SCORE!!! After 2 ATV Adventure outings totaling 1,800 miles over 6 nights of camping, I am pleased with this tent. After color-coding the clips with white and red nail polish, it's much easier to set up at night, and yes, there was a missing loop for tying back the door of the fly, but I am a handy guy who knows how to use a sewing machine, so I fixed that problem easily. And yes, you need at least two stakes to keep the sides of the tent extended in place. No, it's not the quality of a Northface or a Marmot, but for the price, it should hold up to 3-season ATV camping for at least a few years. I am very satisfied and would recommend this tent for guys who know how to maintain (and fix when necessary) their equipment.
Kneehole at Cabelas on 01/25/2013

Good Value

Bought this on sale as a tent my 12 year old son could use on his scout camping trips. Easy to set up. He was able to do it by himself without any assistance. The rainfly comes all the way down which is good in my opinion. It is advertised as a 2 person tent. Both me and my son were able to sleep in it, but with no extra gear. If there was only one person, then you would be able to pack a decent amount of gear. When using as a two person, the second person would have to crawl over the second to get out (like to go to the bathroom). Packs up nicely and doesn't require perfect folding technique to get back into the bag. Light-weight. Would be easy to strap to backpack. Works best staked down, but I could see it being serviceable without them if properly weighted down.
HuskerJay at Cabelas on 04/28/2013

Good Lightweight Tent

I picked this up as a lightweight tent for my teenagers to use on their scouting events, did a quick setup just to see how things went together,
total setup time was about 15 Minutes. the tent is small enough for my 12 year old to do himself. the downside is the bag/pouch that it comes in. getting the tent back into it is not easy. I'll be making a custom bag that tent will fit into when folded by a younger person and will have 2 beener loops so it can be cliped to the bottom of the backpack, as this is a back packing tent..
Webelos at Cabelas on 01/29/2013

Neutral Reviews:

OK For The Price

I use this as a one man tent on scout trips. It is too small for two scouts, much less two adults. No vestibule, so if you use a large pack make other plans. Works well for a one or two nighter when your pack is medium to small in size. Quick and easy to set up. Held up under a heavy rain (bathtub floor) with water flowing around and under the tent. Rainfly does not come all the way down, but the inside stays dry. At the sale price this is a good pick up for someone needing a cheap (but small) one man tent.
GT90 at Cabelas on 03/25/2013