|Canopy:||20D Nylon Knit Mesh (100% nylon)|
|Features:||Superlight 1/4" buckles and webbing reduce tent weight|
|Floor:||40D Nylon Ripstop 3000mm Ether Type PU/SIL FR (100% Nylon)|
|Floor Area:||3.2 square meter / 34 square feet|
|Floor Fabric:||40D Nylon Ripstop 3000mm Ether Type PU/SIL FR|
|Fly:||30D Nylon Ripstop 1200mm PU (100% Nylon)|
|Fly Fabric:||30D Nylon Ripstop 1200mm PU|
|Interior Peak:||41" / 104 cm|
|Minimum Weight:||4 lbs 5 oz / 1.95 kg|
|Number of Doors:||1|
|Number of Pole:||3|
|Number of Vestibules:||Designed with 'integrated vestibule' to allow space for boots and other items near door while still maintaining living space|
|Packaged Size:||18" x 5" / 46 cm x 15 cm|
|Packaged Weight:||5 lb. 2 oz. / 2.33 kg.|
|Packed Dimension:||6 x 18" / 15 x 46 cm|
|Packed Weight:||5 lbs 2 oz / 2.33 kg|
|Peak Height:||41" / 104 cm|
|Poles:||3 DAC Featherlight™ NSL poles|
|Tent Fabric:||20D Nylon Knit Mesh|
|Trail Weight:||4 lb. 5 oz. / 1.95 kg.|
|Ventilation:||4 welded adjustable vents with mesh and zippers allow versatile ventilation options|
|Windows:||2 SVX windows for a brighter interior and visibility of exterior conditions|
|Mountain Hardwear EV 2 Expedition Tent at SunnySports||$675.00|
|Mountain Hardwear Ev 3 Person Tent||$618.71 - $700.99|
|Mountain Hardwear EV 3||$599.95 - $850.00|
|Mountain Hardwear EV 2 Footprint||$36.95 - $59.95|
I love Mountain Hardwear products. That being said, I also research the shit out things I am going to buy. This tent has some minuses, no arguing that. But for its purpose and what it is intended for it kicks ass. I needed a small light tent for sometimes just myself and when having one other person. There are a lot of cheaper options and there are more expensive options out there as well.
I believe the newest version is even better than the old. And it is why I didn't get one of the older models you see being discounted out there. If you are going to have your gear for a few seasons spend a little more and get the improvements Mtn Hardwear has made.
No, it's not a double wall tent and if you want all the bonuses of a double wall tent then get a double wall tent. Single wall tents are problematic with issues single wall tents have.
So if you are looking for a camping tent or a tent not intended to be used on the side of a snow covered mountain at high elevation, this is most likely not the tent for you. Not that you can't bitch and moan about how bad it is when you use it in conditions it wasn't intended for.
Versatile, bullet proof, light and extremely fast to set up, not much else I look for in a tent. The small footprint allows it to fit basically anywhere, the tradeoff is that you can't fit a hottub inside. The ventilation is good but not great (an accomplishment considering it's a single wall). The tent poles are strong enough to lance a charging grizzly yet light enough javeline a bald eagle but neither are recommended.
Do use this tent to kick the crap out of 14ers all year long. Do not use this tent mid-August in Moab or any other desert unless you are trying to melt something.