REVIEW/FEEDBACK on Gigatent Mt. Washington Backpacking Tent

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REVIEW/FEEDBACK on Gigatent Mt. Washington Backpacking Tent

Post by campingstew » Mon Feb 22, 2010 2:13 pm

Anyone have any experience with this tent? I am considering it as a 4 season tent and I like the aluminum poles, full rain fly and vestible all as nice features. I typically go winter camping in Massachusetts once a winter and would like to get a replacement tent one that can comfortably fit 2 people plus some gear. ... 24212.html" onclick=";return false;

Mt. Washington Backpacking Tent

This large free standing dome tent has 1 large D-shaped door with a large window and 4 ceiling vents.
It is simple to set up and spacious for 2-3 people.
A large pole supported 11 sq ft vestibule holds backpacks and shelters the door from rain.
The full coverage provides an extra amount of weather protection.
Storm tie outs allow extra stability in windy conditions.
Aluminum let you extend the use of tent into the winter months.

Seasons 3 Plus Floor Area 49 sq. ft.
Sleeps 2-3 Vestibule 11 sq. ft
Doors 1 Pack Size 26" x 6"
Windows 1 Wall material 190T polyester taffeta 600mm coating
Rooms 1 Floor material 190T nylon taffeta 1200mm coating
Minimum Weight 6 lbs. 6 oz. Roof material 50D no-see-um mesh
Pack Weight 6 lbs. 9 oz. Pole material 7000 series aircraft aluminum
Dimensions 7' x 7' Fly material 190T polyester taffeta 1200mm coating
Center Height 52" Stakes 14 - 7" aluminum
Poles 2 + 1 vestibule Gear loft N/A

THANKS ALL! Much Apprecaited!

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