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  • Our engine has analyzed and discovered that 73.1% of the reviews are reliable.
  • This product had a total of 54 reviews as of our last analysis date on May 25 2020.
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Roomy tent - quite durable!

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Second weekend camping trip, one of the poles broke and tore through the fabric. No wind. 2 or 3 of the little hooks to hang th...  Read More


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    Posted by a reviewer on Walmart

    Second weekend camping trip, one of the poles broke and tore through the fabric.


    Posted by a reviewer on Walmart

    Great design, just not sturdy enough.


    Posted by a reviewer on Walmart

    One thing we don't like is the rings are aluminum and today when we pulled out the stake holding on to the ring it broke.


    Posted by a reviewer on Walmart

    Metal poles bent in thunderstorm, thin fibergrass pole over door snapped.


    Posted by a reviewer on Walmart

    Little ties on rainfly popped off and remained on the poles so rainfly billowed and made lots of noise.


    Posted by a reviewer on Walmart

    This tent concept for space is great, however it needs to be more durable, not essentially collapse over us.


    Posted by a reviewer on Walmart

    Love the tent it was great other then the the crappy tent stakes kept sliding out of the loops for the tent in the wind and broke the small pole over one of the entrances.

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