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Comments about Mountain Hardwear Drifter 3 DP Tent:
I bought this tent to replace my original tent I had owned for a really long time. I was somewhat reluctant to buy a new one, the one I had worked fine the only downfall being it was EXTREMELY difficult to pitch in the dark. Being a weekend warrior I usually head out Friday night so wherever I go it's generally dark when I set up. This tent couldn't be easier to pitch. I got it in the mail Friday afternoon and headed out for a weekend trip, probably dumb not to set it up first but I was in a rush. I was so satisfied with how intuitive the set up is, and the reflective tabs are particularly helpful at night. I have now officially had this tent in all sorts of weather conditions. I have camped on beaches, tropical areas (actually had it IN a tropical storm), in colorado cold weather, fall, rain, and hot weather. It is extremely sturdy and durable and it does not leak a drop. We got stuck in tropical storm Beryl last year in South Carolina and did not feel worried about water coming in. I bought the footprint on sale and while it helps protect the floor it seems like it does a better job of keeping water trapped under the tent when it does rain. I woke up at three in the morning feeling as if I was in a water bed. The only con I have would be the size-it is a three man tent however I can't picture that being too comfortable for car camping or base camp. For backpacking I could see it to cut down on weight but for any other purpose it's really only good for two people, a dog, and a couple of packs. Although I have only tried it out with my boyfriend and dogs so I guess that's at your call. The dual vestibule feature is really handy, and it is also a good size for a dog if your dog farts in the middle of the night. It also has a couple of pockets on both sides, and a canopy for placing items in. I couldn't be happier with this tent! It probably could stand to be a little lighter for backpacking purposes, but I haven't done any solo trips so splitting up the tent doesn't make it so bad.
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