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Comments about Sportz SUV 6 Tent with Screen Room:
Purchased to include others when car camping ... especially first timers who may feel safe with option to climb into the safety of my Excursion, and have over thirty trips experience with this tent.
One, if properly staked single athletic person can put up and take down on their own with practice (easier by yourself than accepting help from novice) with biggest problem being fiberglass sections catching sleeves. Two, plenty of screen sections accepting breeze and allowing excellent star gazing with several zipper options providing privacy. Three, rarely find large footprint to put up complete tent and attach to vehicle unless parking in pull thru RV campsite. Four, does not handle winds above 25mph well - not confident with ability to handle storm - raining? all attachments must be installed including attached to vehicle as rain fly completely covers 'one' side, awning zips down to cover second side and other two are exposed unless attachments are installed (one of the fiberglass sections bent at connection recently with 20mph gust camping along Kerr River traveling into Sequoia NP) and screens DO NOT slow down no-see-ums if your considering southeastern coastal camping ... they drove us to a hotel at San Sebastian, Florida.
The tent floor, side material, and poles are solid - i have been unhappy with original site location and simply pulled stakes and dragged main tent across rough terrain to relocate so this tent will handle many camping situations, yet i still carry my REI Quarter Dome that has handled storms with winds over 40mph!!!
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