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Meet the limited edition Rover Tent and Tarp Combo. This classic pup tent has been re-imagined with updated materials and fun design. Reminiscent of a camper's past, this roomy structure is easy to use and durable. Two steel poles create an A-frame structure, and a mesh front door and back window allow for great airflow. Part of the Built to Wander collection, the Rover blends fun, function, and grab-and-go spontaneity for truly kickass gear. Music festivals, days at the park, nights under the stars…where will you wander? Includes Rover Tarp, which can be added to the front of the tent, or used as a standalone tarp.
So far I LOVE IT! Super easy set up, super durable materials, super roomy inside. It is pretty heavy, but it is for car camping. Most of the weight is from the poles, and I think they could have been a little more lightweight while remaining effective, but understand the nod to vintage camp gear. I love how simple it is, and how much space it gives me! After hiking with a 1P tent for 5.5 months it feels like a palace.
I slept in it in my backyard only so far, and it dropped to maybe 23 degrees F and I was comfortable in my 15 degree bag (forgot my sleeping pad) and the condensation was super minimal for it being a single wall tent. With two people instead of one the condensation may be worse, but I have been in "more technical" and more expensive tents that drip as though it were raining inside and this tent breathes enough to stop that while remaining warm (I understand the surroundings can change things, this night was pretty humid for being chill).
While I haven't tested it in many places, it seems like a great quality tent. I would recommend cutting a tarp, or something as a footprint though, and trading out your stakes for lighter ones that also have better grip.
Would Recommend! Tang on Nov 30th 2017