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Want premium performance and more features than you can handle? The durable Grand Mesa delivers big value and comfort without pushing your backpacking budget to the brink. Easy to carry at less than 5 pounds and quick to setup with compact folding poles, you’ll benefit big at camp. Thoughtful features like color-coded clip construction and a fly vent will add to the feeling of knowing you got way more than you paid for.
|Sleeping Capacity:||2 Person|
|Number of Doors:||1 Door|
Fist I have been camping my whole life and have had many tents,
The grand Mesa 2 is perfect. Fits two adults no problem,Can sit up in it with out hitting head, Vestibule has plenty of room for two bags at 50l and 65l. I have also cooked under it with no problem. It does not leak I got caught in a heavy rain storm and stayed dry not one leak it rained for about 3 hrs HARD! Unknown on May 26th 2016
I'm very satisfied with my Grand Mesa 2. I have hiked and camped with it for about 15 nights in cold, heat, wind, and rain. It has kept me dry and comfortable. The weight is very reasonable and it is a great value for the money. Carlos on Apr 8th 2016
Great tent. Took it on the West Coast Trail and it held up great. It was light weight and dried quickly. 4th day into hike I lost my tent poles, so now looking for replacements. :/ Great tent though. Highly recommend it, just don't lose the tent poles. Shad on Jul 6th 2015
I recently purchased this tent and have used it once over a cool fall weekend. Tent went up easily and kept me comfortable. Vestibule kept the dew from my gear overnight. Rain fly dried quickly and the carry bag has enough room for the tent and its' footprint. Mark on Feb 18th 2015