Review: Sierra Designs Clip Flashlight CD [ 2-man 3-season Tent ]

Review: Sierra Designs Clip Flashlight CD [ 2-man 3-season Tent ]

Product Description

Looking for the lightest, simplest, most compact tent possible? Consider the Clip Flashlight. The Clip Flashlight sleeps two people comfortably, weighs well under four pounds, and pops on to bike racks, kayaks, and crowded backpacks with ease. It also pitches really fast, with only two simple poles and absolutely no brain damage required. The 360-degree mesh side panel gives great ventilation, and a front vestibule protects your gear from the rain. No wonder it's a classic.

Retail: $189


Reviewed by: steve, a Backpacker from livermore, ca
Date Reviewed: 7/23/2002 4:46:16 PM
 

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i've had this tent for 1 1/2 yrs. use it regularly in yosemite and tuolomne. took it to peru last year for two months. i've used it in snow storms with wind over 40 mph with no problem. i've even slept 3 people in it. a little snug with 3 people. i cook regularly under the vestibule with no problems. it's real easy to carry and setup is a snap. last week something finally broke, one of the vestibule stake straps tore off. also, i recommend seam sealing because the floor will leak on you.
 

 
  Reviewed by: Cliff, a Backpacker from Oregon
Date Reviewed: 6/25/2002 1:25:14 AM
 
 

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Great tent! Finally it came out in green! Lightweight, roomy and simple. I'm really glad I got the $35 footprint for it, cuz with it and the rainfly I can leave the 2lb tent body at home and go lightweight if the skeeters aren't bad, of course.

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Walrus Microswift
 

 
  Reviewed by: Fidel Punzalan, a Climber from Manila, Philippines
Date Reviewed: 4/1/2002 11:44:15 PM
 
 

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I like this tent because it is very light to carry. It is also very easy to assemble. Here in the Philippines, mountaineers are more on sensitive when it comes to the quality and durability of tent and also the performance at the peak of the mountain. I like the color combination.

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Kelty, The North Face, Warlus
 

 
  Reviewed by: Lawrence, a Backpacker from Austin, TX
Date Reviewed: 2/17/2002 7:20:29 PM
 
 

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First off, I don't own this particular model. However, I demo'd one 2 years ago. As someone who has been backpacking and mountaineering for many years using a plethora of tents, both borrowed and my own, if you are looking for a one-person, 3.5 season tent don't waste any more time looking and go buy the Clip Flashlight2! I don't own this tent since I have too many already, but if I was starting over from scratch, this would be the first one I'd purchase. Even though it's a 2-person tent, it would be VERY cozy. It's perfect for 1 person plus all the gear. I own 2 other Sierra Designs tents and am certain the quality is equal for the Clip2. This tent is as solid as a freestanding tent, and in some cases more solid depending on the model, when it is completely staked out. The hoop design will even shed snow fairly well. Buy one and never look back, you won't regret it.

Customer Service:
Never had to use Sierra Design's Customer Service.

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MH, SD, Marmot, TNF, Kelty, Walrus, Stephenson, Garuda
 

 
  Reviewed by: Robert Brown, a Backpacker from Chattanooga, TN, USA
Date Reviewed: 2/16/2002 6:37:03 PM
 
 

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I purchased a used Clip Flashlight 1 yr ago. So far have used on 4 backpacking trips, and 2 canoe trips.

I use this tent as a good "1-man plus Gear" tent. I am 6'1" and like to have elbow and shoulder room, which this tent has plenty of.

When in my sleeping bag, the foot of my bag just barely touches the rear of the tent's mesh, and the hair on my head is about 1-2" from the mesh on the door.

VERY EASY TO SETUP.

Again - Very light for the space it protects

Get the fitted groundcloth / groundsheet which clips right into the corners nicely and protects the floor from tears/punctures.

Plenty of room to sides of sleeping position for food, clothes, gear, flashlights, etc. Room for my boots (13-wide) under the Vestibule. Not enough room for my backpack unless I crammed it between the mesh door and the vestibule (Gregory Lassen Large).

The coldest environment I've used it in was about 26degF with high winds 35mph winds on ~6000ft Appalachian summit. The air moves quickly under the fly, through the tent, and back out the other end due to 360deg mesh. Definitely a 3-season tent. Had no problem with warmth thanks to good sleeping bag.

The hottest/muggiest was at riverside during canoing trip in July and was about 90degF and 100% humidity. Only a full-mesh tent (Walrus Micro-Swift) might have been slightly cooler. I could easily sprawl out on top of my sleeping pad (Camplite Long) without any worries of hitting the tent when turning side to side trying to get comfortable.

Waterproofness?? The only leak I had was from heavy dew saturating the 3-4" of tent floor (wasnt using tent fly) that lifts up from groundcloth and meets the tent door. Breath condensation probably accelerated this. I have seam sealed this area and havnt noticed it being a problem since. A few corners got damp during 3-hr rainstorm, but no main-floor wetness problems noted.

If you are backpacking, want a good spacious 1-man + gear tent that is quick to setup and take down, lightweight for it's space, 3-season camping (no heavy snow), then this may be the tent for you.

Highly recommended for the reasons above.

Customer Service:
Have had no need to contact customer service - it's a wellmade tent.

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  Reviewed by: Anthony Roberts, a Backpacker from Ontario,Canada
Date Reviewed: 1/23/2002 1:45:56 AM
 
 

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I've been using the flashlight since 1987...at the time it was the lightest tent you could get...the newer version is actually heavier...it is has been a great one person tent...two people is pushing it but has been used with no problems...its good for people under 6 feet...this tent has seen it all...freezing rain, desert winds,week long downpours,extreme heat and cold, yet there is not one rip or tear or broken pole in all the years I've used it..the non freestanding is always mentioned but as long as you've staked or rock staked well...I've seen it hold up to winds that have bent tents over to the ground and created sparks from the poles...I highly recommend this tent for solo sleepers...my fellow campers have gone through 2 or 3 tents since I've had this one...I figure it has cost me about $14 a year for its use and Im still carrying the lightest tent through all those miles.

Customer Service:
never had to call

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eureka, north face, kelty,moss, mec,
 

 
  Reviewed by: Kyle Thomas, a Backpacker from Birmingham, Alabama
Date Reviewed: 12/26/2001 9:34:01 PM
 
 

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It is freakin' awesome. I love it. It's perfect for you and your girlfriend, or your pack, and even on some occasions your dog. I felt sorry for scout (my black lab) and let him sleep in the tent with me on a cold rainy night. He wasn't bad company either. I guess i'm a sucker for those puppy dog eyes. The tent is awesome. Love the space, love the weight, and the price wasn't too bad.

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Haven't had to use customer service.
 

 
  Reviewed by: Bob Pearson, a Backpacker from Mission Viejo,CA
Date Reviewed: 12/10/2001 10:49:05 PM
 
 

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Outstanding tent. Kept me dry under driving rain and wind in Sierras, can be cool and open in desert. Plenty of room for 1 but would be cramped for 2. I am 6' and it is just big enough. Easy to set up but need good solid stakes to set up correctly. Like the view at night through top and around sides.

Customer Service:
Have never had any problem with any Sierra Design equipment to have to call customer service.
 

 
  Reviewed by: Anubis, a Backpacker from Ohio
Date Reviewed: 10/30/2001 5:45:54 PM
 
 

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I love this tent! It is light, roomy and incredibly rain-protected. It is the perfect size for two backpackers who are willing to sacrifice a little space. Well thought out. Only downside: requires many stakes for setup, if you are planning on hard soil camping look elsewhere.

Customer Service:
I haven't needed customer service.

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  Reviewed by: Chris, a Climber from Milwaukee, WI
Date Reviewed: 10/14/2001 8:00:08 PM
 
 

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I can't complain at all, since I got this tent for only $50 from my friend, but if you can get this tent for $150 or under, you'll be getting a great deal. I'd rather it was freestanding, but it ultimately doesn't make a difference to me. It requires quite a number of stakes, and is rather small, but for someone like me (5'5"), it's spacious as all. When I first got it, I had no seam sealer, but was curious as to its waterproof status. I cut a piece of 3 mil plastic to size as a groundcloth and set up the tent and put on the fly (no guylines), and left it out overnight in the rain, as well as putting a garden hose on full power for about five minutes, hosing it down. Any water? None. A little condensation on the inside, but nothing leaked at all. It compacts quite small (although I stuff things tightly), and it's very light. Excellent tent.
 

 
  Reviewed by: Nick Meyer, a Climber from Mesquite, TX, USA
Date Reviewed: 10/14/2001 12:08:44 AM
 
 

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This id the best tent I have ever owned. It is very durable and protect you from all the elements. It is so light you can take it anywher and fit it anywhere. It has been on numerous trips now and my partner and I have been very pleased. Ample space on the interior and in the vetibule. It is also very easy to get into. Wait and check around and you can find it on sale for arond $115.

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Excellent value. Manufacturer has been very helpful.
 

 
  Reviewed by: Aaron, a Backpacker from Las Vegas, NV
Date Reviewed: 10/9/2001 1:08:31 PM
 
 

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I purchased the Ridgecrest CD, which is the exact same tent as the Clip Flashlight except it is green and the seams were not taped in the fly. Apparently it was made exclusively for REI. Otherwise, it is the same exact tent (weight, demensions, etc.). I wasn't able to get around to seam sealing the tent before I got rained on in 37 degree weather with a down bag. I was a bit nervous, but only one drip from where the zipper is in the fly so I stayed dry. I have since sealed the seams and have stayed completely dry in rain. This tent is also very stable in wind, without using guylines! I love this tent and use just the poles, fitted ground sheet, and the rain fly for a super light shelter in the summer.

Customer Service:
REI has great customer service, never dealt with SD

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  Reviewed by: Paula Butler, a Backpacker from Sacramento, CA
Date Reviewed: 10/4/2001 3:35:19 PM
 
 

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Great one gal tent, but pretty small for two people. The best thing about it is that it is light. The worst thing is pegs. I hate having to try to drive those things into rocky ground! It's not the easiest thing to set up, but it's not too expensive.
 

 
  Reviewed by: Alex Nisetich, a Backpacker from Massachusetts
Date Reviewed: 10/1/2001 11:47:12 AM
 
 

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I haven't had this tent long, but as far as I can tell, it is absolutely the best. I wouldn't reccomend it for more than one person and gear, or two VERY close people, but that is a worthy exchange for the super light weight.
The first time I set up the tent, I took at least ten minutes to figure out the footprint. But after I knew what to do it sets up in about three. The stuff sack is a little small, and 190$ price just a little too much, but the ventilation is excellent, and so is the weight, and the overall quality of the tent. It's the best I've ever been in.

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Diamond: Not so bad, too heavy, too time consuming.
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  Reviewed by: stephen cummings, a Backpacker from pittsburgh pa usa
Date Reviewed: 9/25/2001 7:17:23 PM
 
 

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Great tent for the price and weight. Used it well over 50 nights now and dont have many complaints. It is not free standing, which makes it hard to complain. there is also not much storage space for two people's packs or panniers.
 

 
  Reviewed by: Ryan, a Backpacker from Evergreen, Co, U.S.A
Date Reviewed: 9/15/2001 10:40:15 AM
 
 

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This is a great tent for price. One bad thing is that is not freesatanding. But It is otherwise a great tent. Its wind ressitance is pretty good to.
 

 
  Reviewed by: Joe Simpson, a Mountaineer from Seattle, WA, USA
Date Reviewed: 7/29/2001 10:14:13 PM
 
 

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I got a slight variation of this tent for under $100 a couple months ago and have been happily pleased. I had read the reviews, stats, and awards that the Clip flashlight has obtained over its short career and I will comply: it stands up to all of them.
You can set it up with two people in well under 5 minutes and it is also well ventilated and staked out. Inside the large vestible with reflective zipper pulls, you find the inside of the tent which is roomy for one with gear and snug for two with gear and packs in the vestible. There are also two large pockets on both sides of the tent with dividers. Two pieces of small cord are stitched to the inside ceiling to hang up assorted items.
The tent holds up in wind very well, and overall(even with the $185 retail price tag) it is well worth your money. Also it weighs slightly over 4 pounds, making it comparable to two bivies(for two people) but a heck of a lot more comfortable. For 3 season backpacking anywhere, bring this with you.

 

 
  Reviewed by: blake canham, a Backpacker from minneapolis mn usa
Date Reviewed: 6/13/2001 9:53:00 PM
 
 

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Light enough to carry and held up while in 24 hour rain. No leakage. Not enough room in vestibule for 2 packs and dog. Would utilize gear loft for extra space. Nice to be able to sit upright during long rain.
 

 
  Reviewed by: Joe R., a Backpacker from Cary, NC USA
Date Reviewed: 6/8/2001 9:27:49 AM
 
 

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I've only had my Clip Flashlight 2D for about 4 months, but it got it's real test about a month ago. My fiance and I decided to hike a bit of the Appalachian Trail over a long weekend.
We arrived at Clingman's Dome rather late, and the clouds started rolling in! We knew there was no way we could make it to the nearest shelter, and unfamiliar with the trail in this particular area, decided to pitch the tent at the Dome. Now I know better than to camp out on the top of a mountain (or dome in this case!), but we had no choice. The tent went up in two minutes, fly included. It's simple to set up, though not free standing--but that's a trade-off with weight.
We got the stove fired up, cooked dinner, then the thunder started. Not sure how the Clip would withstand the wind, we dove inside to wait out the incoming storm. The wind howled, the rain blew, but we remained dry and calm. The tent performed perfectly--I wouldn't trade it for another!

 

 
  Reviewed by: Ronster, a Backpacker from Atlanta
Date Reviewed: 6/1/2001 1:22:18 AM
 
 

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I had to put my two cents in here... I've owned a Clip for almost 10 years now and have spent at least 300 nights in this tent (200 in the past year). I know this tent very well and I can honestly say that this is a fine tent. I've burned it, had squirels chew through it (both easily patched), caught the fly in the zipper 100's of times and literally worn the floor out of it. And still, it asks for more. Despite much wear and tear, I'll probably never get rid of this tent. But, now that it's time to buy a new tent, I'm gonna pass on the Clip. Quality and longevity of this product are not to blame... I just think the design could be improved a little. I know the best thing about the tent is it's light weight, but that weight savings comes at a price. This thing is just so uncomfortable compared to a few similar tents - especially the Kelty Zen, my next tent. You may not think being able to sit up and really move around in your tent means much when you're in the store, but it REALLY matters when you're out in the bush and this thing is now called home. And calling this a two-man tent is laughable. Yes, two humans can fit in this tent, but there is room for almost nothing else. And there is NO way to fit a pack in the vestibule. And did I mention that (on my older Clip) there is no way to make the rain-fly cover all of the tent and still have any kind of a vestibule area (this matters when its pouring and you don't want to keep wet gear in the tent, but you CAN'T fit it in the vestibule because its now too small)? I have seen many Clips in the past year and they appear to have the same basic design as my older model, including the rainfly...

Look, I'm not bashing what is obviously a great product, but take a moment to look at the Kelty Zen or another manufacturer's light-weight offerings. The extra interior space really makes a BIG difference in the long run - and many of them (including the Zen) weigh basically the same as the Clip. If low-weight is your highest priority, consider a true one-man tent or a tarp.

Hey, that's my two cents...

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The Kelty Zen. This thing was like the Ritz after so many years in the Clip. SOOOOOO much roomier. Two people and gear can squeeze in, and it has a functional vestibule that will accomodate a pack or maybe even two. Very well made AND its cheaper than the Clip!
 

 
  Reviewed by: Chris Zeller, a Mountaineer from Boulder, CO USA
Date Reviewed: 5/24/2001 2:37:23 PM
 
 

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This is my single favorite piece of outdoor equipment. My clip flashlight must be more than 15 years old and it's still in great condition. This is the lightest/smallest true two-person double walled tent that I have seen. It is primarily for the weight savings that I use the tent. My wife and I sleep easily in the ten with or without our gear. I've cooked in the vestibule. The tent has kept us dry in turrential rains, held together in gale force winds on Long's Peak in Rocky Mountain National Park, I've even pitched the tent on snow with no problems. Mine has the original fiberglass poles which are lighter than the aluminum ones that the new ones use. Despite a lot of use, I have had no problems with the poles or the shock cords. I still don't understand why they discontinuesd them.

Despite the limits that I've taken the tent to, it is clearly NOT intended to be a four-season shelter. When pitched on snow or rocky ground it would be nice to have a true free-standing design. This of course would add weight. In high winds it would be nice to have a single layer. This of course would take away from the tent's comfort on warm summer nights when I usually remove the fly. For cooking in the vestibule, it would be nice if the vestibule were a little higher off the ground. As it is, it is necessary to open the vestibule to prime the stove but once the stove is on, it's no problem.

All around, it's the most perfect tent on the market and I own two other tents.

Customer Service:
Never had a problem with the tent so I never used customer service.

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Sierra Designs Superflash.
 

 
  Reviewed by: Michael Pastore, a Backpacker from Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Date Reviewed: 5/13/2001 5:05:10 PM
 
 

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I've had this tent for over 6 years now - the original Cliplight - and have just bought a new one. Light weight, durable, compact, easy to set-up on all types of surfaces. I gave the old one to my brother and it is still in perfect condition. For one or two people who are close this is the best tent I've seen on the market for the moeny.

Customer Service:
I had a jacket of theirs which has a defective zipper. I sent it to SD and they replaced it promptly w/out question.

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I had a North Face 2 person tent, too expensive, quality was ok but I hat to pay for the name.
 

 
  Reviewed by: Kit Kindred , a Backpacker from Cleveland, Ohio
Date Reviewed: 4/25/2001 5:46:45 PM
 
 

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I love the clip flashlight. It has stood up to high winds, pouring rain and on one trip in March that kept me dry and warm in weather that turned fron rain to snow. I have owned tents made by Quest and Eureka, but they were clearly inferior to my Sierra Designs Clip Flashlight. I find it easy to set up and it is definitely weather proof.
 

 
  Reviewed by: Stuart Harden, a Backpacker from Baltimore, MD
Date Reviewed: 4/24/2001 5:46:49 AM
 
 

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I actually have the 3-personm view of this and have had nothing but pleasure using it. Two people and gear is what I call it. The tent has been all around Northern, Eastern and Wester Europe, to Turkey and Morrocco, and is still more than ticking. The only thing keeping it from being a 4-season tent is the need to stake it out.


 

 
  Reviewed by: Bentley, a Climber from Stanford, CA
Date Reviewed: 4/21/2001 3:07:20 PM
 
 

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Setup of the Clip Flashilight is a bit annoying because it's not freestanding. Trying to put 8 stakes in hard soil as a storm approaches can be a very frustrating experience.
Also, I'm 6'4'' and this tent is just not big enough for myself and another person.
As a super lightweight tent for solo travel, however, it's great.

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  Reviewed by: Byrdman, a Backpacker from China Grove NC
Date Reviewed: 4/6/2001 12:47:12 PM
 
 

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I have owned the Superflash 4 season version with 3 poles since 1988. Absolutely bombproof. Has never leaked even with a few burn holes in the top of the fly. Only drawbacks weighs 7.5 lbs(1988) and is not freestanding(mattered 1 time). This tent will still withstand a hurricane.

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SD CometCD-great so far
 

 
  Reviewed by: doug, a Backpacker from Royal Oak, MI
Date Reviewed: 4/5/2001 6:41:29 PM
 
 

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I do love this tent. I'm a "get your own" kind of backpacker and have a couple friends that like to mooch tent space, so naturally I was attracted to the Flashlight's compactness. I absolutely can't belive SD claimes this a two person, no way in crap. It is cozy for me and my 5400 cu in backpack and gear. Tough against wind and rain except the inside strap for the fly-door tie back dripped, so seal it, no big deal. Great guy wire set-up, super light/small. Could stand to be a little cheaper. But so far I'm in love with this tent.

Customer Service:
I e-mail inquired to SD about using this in michigan winters. I had an answer in 4 hours which is AMAZING for e-mail replys. And you CAN use it in MI winters.

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  Reviewed by: montana man, a Backpacker from billings MT U.S.A.
Date Reviewed: 3/30/2001 12:38:14 PM
 
 

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I have owned my clip flashlight for one year and found it to be a very good buy. It is only a three season tent but I have had seven inches of snow pilled on it and it held its ground. The only drawback is that it must be staked to stand. A very good buy for someone who is looking for a lightweight soloist tent or a slightly cramped two man tent.
 

 
  Reviewed by: Tom, a Backpacker from Racine, Wisconsin
Date Reviewed: 3/28/2001 3:21:27 AM
 
 

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I purchased this tent a few years ago after research with an eye towards lightweight one-person shelters. I must say that for all the hooplah surrounding the Clip Flashilight, I was not overly impressed with it. The materials and workmanship are first-class mind you. However, I found the footprint to be a real pain to attach, and consequently leave it at home. I also found the fly to sag at multiple points requiring constant attention to keep it off the tent canopy. Needless to say, this proves a constant source of condensation, with the biggest problem being at the foot of the tent. It's a very small but well-vented tent (especially later version with even more mesh) comfortable for one. It's one of the lightest hoop tents available and has quite a following. If you are a minimalist concerned with every ounce, you'll find this tent very appealing. If however your like me and getting a little older and looking more towards comfort instead of ounces saved, I think a larger, free-standing tent with increased headroom (Marmot Nutshell/Mountain Hardwear Light Wedge 2/Dana Design Arja/Sierra Designs Orion) will strike an acceptable compromise, even for solo backpackers.
 

 
  Reviewed by: Ed Kenny, a Backpacker from Riverside Ca.
Date Reviewed: 3/25/2001 12:22:15 AM
 
 

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Being mostly a solo backpacker, I wanted something lightweight, stable, enough room to move around in and mostly, something that didn't have the word "bivy" in it. I've used this Sierra Design Clip Flashlight 2 for 3 years and can find no reason on God's green earth why I would look for anything to replace it. It's not free standing, but I knew that before I bought it and so far that's not been a problem, but consider that point before you buy one. At 4 1/2 lbs. it's been nothing but a pleasure to crawl into at the end of a long day

Customer Service:
The Sierra Design Co. has been top-notch to deal with. I also have a 1986 model Stretch Dome in which the fly had basically no vestibule. So I called Sierra Design to find out if a fly with a vestibule from a later year Stretch Dome would fit. "Yes" they said, and expecting to be charged for it. When it arrived at my house it was billed as warranty replacement-"no charge". Not only is it a quality product but customer service couldn't be better.

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As mentioned above, Sierra Design Stretch Dome,4 season tent, 15 years old which I still have and use.
 

 
  Reviewed by: Doc Thomas, a Backpacker from Wickenburg,Arizona
Date Reviewed: 3/24/2001 12:49:11 PM
 
 

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Great tent but NOT freestanding...tough down in the Grand Canyon to find a place to put in stakes...and you'd better use titanium or they'll bend;nice weight for backpacking and have used it on summer "monsoon" treks and it is watertight and I love the clips...but I prefer FS tents

Customer Service:
great

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  Reviewed by: Bob Pearson, a Backpacker from Mission Viejo, CA USA
Date Reviewed: 3/24/2001 9:51:28 AM
 
 

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I have used this tent for weekends and week long treks in the High Sierra.

It has excellent ventilation all the way around which is great. I like the full rain fly that has kept me dry in thunderstorm downpours with driving rain. It has stood up to fairly high winds (30-40 mph). It is easy to set up and extremely lightweight. I am 6'1" and 200 lbs so I consider it a one person tent. I would prefer a slightly larger vestibule. It is not free standing but have never had a problem staking it down. I would prefer a larger size for camping with my son.

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I have a Sierra Desigh dome tent that is about 25 years old that is still great and I use it when camping with more than one person.
 

 
  Reviewed by: James Kreiger, a Climber from Burlington, VT
Date Reviewed: 3/4/2001 3:58:21 PM
 
 

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This tent is great if you don't mind a very cozy fit. It is light weight, very well ventilated (which I think is a major plus if you are going to be out there for a while) I am planning to take this on the AT in may and can't wait to try it out for a couple months of intensive use. I am also glad that my companion is a close friend. The 32 sq. ft. isn't really enough if you are traveling with a stranger.

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I have a SD omegaCD and have used a Marmot Nutshell(I think that is what it is called) I prefer this tent to the marmot, but the omegaCD is much rommier
 

 
  Reviewed by: Tom, a Backpacker from New Jersey
Date Reviewed: 2/25/2001 6:58:07 PM
 
 

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Well to start off the Clip FlashLight from SD is the best.
The Design
The poles are made from high strength aluminum. The design is a 2 pole hoop tent, its not as strong as 3 poles but it lighter and sets up faster. Its one of the lightest 3 season tents weighting in at 3 pounds 10 ounces. You give up nothing for the weight either. The tent floor has a bathtub design which has the floor extended up the wall a little bit. This adds to its waterproofness. Mesh runs around the tent to add ventalation. The rain fly sets up fast to and in case of high winds you can guy it down. They give you a 6 foot vestibule, which is all you need really for 3 season use.
Seams
They seamseal the rain fly for you, but i would seamseal it again over the tape. Make sure you seamseal all the stiches around the bottom of the tent to. One more thing to seal is the serria design wording on the rainfly and tent water will leak in through the stiching if you don't.

Customer Service:
Sets up in a minute once you know how to set it up. Took it backpacking a couple of times held up great. No rain yet though so i can't tell you how it holds up when wet. With the quailty of serria design this should not be a problem.

PS: make sure you stake the tent out good and the rain fly is put on properly and not touching the tent.

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SD Orion-- looks like a good tent, but a little to big for my needs
SD Omega-- a convertable, but a little heavy at 7+ pounds. More of a winter tent then a 3 season tent.
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  Reviewed by: Phil Ullrich, a Backpacker from Iowa City, IA
Date Reviewed: 2/23/2001 2:50:00 PM
 
 

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Nice tent, light and easy to assemble. Not as weather-proof as I would like, however
 

 
  Reviewed by: bumjun jeoung, a Backpacker from midland park, nj
Date Reviewed: 2/22/2001 6:39:39 AM
 
 

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I have the 3 person version of the Clip Flashlight. It has met or exceeded my expectations. I expected that it would be a bit tight for three people but three guys [5'9"-6'0"] of medium build had no problems sleeping in it. Plus, the setup was remarkably quick and simple. It took about two minutes to set it all up. Cleanup was just as quick. Most important, its durability or functionality wasn't compromised by its light weight. It held up well to a light drizzle, strong winds, etc. We never had any complaints or regrets. Plus, I bought the floor model at Campmor.
 

 
  Reviewed by: Dave , a Mountaineer from Canton, NY, USA
Date Reviewed: 2/17/2001 9:10:09 PM
 
 

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Summary:
Yes a mountaineer by winter and a bakpacker always. I love this tent for packpacking because it is extremely light weight and it is well constructed. A lot of people complain about the small size of the clip 2 but I don't mind cause I like to spend most of my time outside a tent anyways. I sit out and cook and admire the wilderness around me, when it is time for bed I head for the tent. I haven't had a chance to test it in extreme weather because I have another tent for such conditions. Since the 99 models Sierra Designs tents have been factory seamed taped. I recommend this TENT!!!
Happy Trails!!!!
Azure

Customer Service:
No need!

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North Face Mountain, North Face Expedition 25, Walrus Rapedee, Sierra Designs Draco, Sierra Designs Stretch Dome.
 

 
  Reviewed by: Rick Goble, a Climber from Jasper GA
Date Reviewed: 2/14/2001 1:01:07 PM
 
 

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I have the cd3 version of this tent. I bought it to accomodate myself and my two young sons on hikes and also myself and co-climber during rock and mountain climbs. It's the best light weight packable tent I've ever had. I've used it in 3+ seasons. It has never leaked or sagged and with stands some pretty tough wind. It also breaths well in hot humid weather. I got mine at Campmor which saved me a few bucks over REI.
 

 
  Reviewed by: Brent Farlie, a Backpacker from Albuquerque, NM, USA
Date Reviewed: 1/27/2001 1:37:20 AM
 
 

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Summary:
When I finally went to a tent after years under the stars (in the rain, snow etc) I spent a lot of time and effort looking for just the right tent. I found it in the Sierra Designs Clip...but I bought the Clip3. After checking out the size and weight differences between the 2 and 3 I found the 3 much more comfortable. You can put two decent sized guys in and have plenty of room (how they figure on three is beyond me). It's bombproof and I have used it is 4 seasons though due to it's shape you have to kick snow off the top on occasion. The high price in this case is completely indicitive of the quality, it's flawless.

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I purchased a Kelty Zen for my son that is similar in design and does a great job though it's quality is not nearly as high, but then neither is the price.
 

 
  Reviewed by: Skip King, a Backpacker from Portland,Maine,USA
Date Reviewed: 1/26/2001 7:08:51 PM
 
 

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I bought this tent 15 years ago and have no regrets. It was a little more expensive than similar tents, but well worth it. I had the option of fiberglass or aluminum poles when I bought it, and wish I had gone with the aluminum. They were shorter, and would have packed easier. The fiberglass poles have hairline cracks at some of the joints, but otherwise have held up well. It is not a free-standing tent, but the footprint is small enough that I've never had a problem pitching it in the dense woods here in the northeast. I've never had a problem with moisture, even after a 36 hour deluge in the White Mountains. This is a great one man tent, but only an adequate two man shelter. There is room for two people of average size, and nothing more. If you are looking for a very light, rugged, and dry three season tent, this is the one I would recommend.

Customer Service:
None needed!

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I haven't had to buy another tent since purchasing this one!
 

 
  Reviewed by: Gary, a Car Camper from Denver, CO USA
Date Reviewed: 1/24/2001 11:41:34 AM
 
 

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I have owned this tent for 15 years. It is very durable and very high quality. I have been stuck in a week long downpour with this tent and never got wet. It is great for one person, but a bit too small for two.
 

 
  Reviewed by: Todd, a Backpacker from Ann Arbor, MI
Date Reviewed: 1/21/2001 9:25:51 PM
 
 

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I've had this tent about 1.5 yrs and have no real complaints. Stands up to wind and rain extremely well. We were in a storm that knocked a nearby tree over while the tent stood its ground just fine. It is one of the lightest and smallest tents i've seen. Which of course can make it a bit cramped when you are trying to keep everything out of the rain. The rainfly is small and isn't good for much aside from keeping shoes dry. I've used it mostly in rather cold weather, but had one experience in Utah over the summer which could have been better. It didn't breathe all that well in the heat. Overal a great tent for backpacking. I wouldn't recommend this to anyone who would consider themselves big if they want to fit two people in it though.

Customer Service:
haven't needed to.

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big old kelty and the heavy canvas one my father had somehow retained from his army days.
 

 
  Reviewed by: gradzy, a Backpacker from Adams MA
Date Reviewed: 1/21/2001 3:10:15 PM
 
 

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I've had this tent for a few years. It's definitely waterproof and wind resistant - it kept me dry in Alaska with wind and rain almost every night - and I've used it for winter camping in sheltered areas (the mesh vents would let in blowing snow in exposed areas.) It's a very light tent, it packs up small, and it can be set up easily. It was a bit expensive - its a small tent and the design is not exceptional (it's simple) but it's durable and I have had no problems with it. It's a great size for me and my pack; a good buy for a one-man or a lightweight two-person (not two-man...) tent.
 

 
  Reviewed by: Ernest Segren, a Climber from Richland, WA, USA
Date Reviewed: 1/14/2001 1:05:50 AM
 
 

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I have owned and used this tent for several years, finding it durable and very wind resistant. Of course setup is a snap (clip). Its greatest failing is its nonfreestanding style. It can be overcome (even in snow) but it is a hassel. I would not purchase another tent that did not have a similar quick attachment style, but it would also be free-standing!
 

 
  Reviewed by: rooster, a Backpacker from Oklahoma
Date Reviewed: 1/1/2001 12:01:16 PM
 
 

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Summary:
My tent is the 2000 model, which includes taped seams and the "faastpack" system, which allows you to use just the rainfly and footprint for a lighter shelter. I have not done this, and probably won't. My only problem with the system is that it increases the weight of the footprint, and therefore the weight of the whole tent- making it well over 5 lbs. Otherwise, this is a well constructed tent of what seem to be quality materials. Obviously I haven't been able to use it long enough to assess the longetivity, but am impressed thus far. Like others have said, this tent is a two-person tent for people who are close friends. It is tight for two adult males. Because of the angle of the walls, you end up moving toward the center of the tent to keep from making contact with the walls. For one person and gear it would be fine. Overall, this is a good quallity,fairly lightweight tent for three season backpacking. There are tradeoffs, but I feel it offers a good combination between price, weight, and utility.

Customer Service:
No experience with customer service.

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SD Jupiter, Garuda Jalan Jalan, and Kelty Zen
 

 
  Reviewed by: Luke Whittemore, a Backpacker from Annapolis, MD, USA
Date Reviewed: 12/28/2000 12:46:25 AM
 
 

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Summary:
This has been a great tent for three-season backpacking. Very light weight and compacts smaller than my sleeping bag (not including poles which I pack separately). As it leaves a small footprint on the ground, you can pretty much find any place for this tent. When staked down well, it holds up great in wind and rain storms. The only problem with my tent ('98) is that rain will drip through the sewn in SD emblem on the vestibule if not completely covered in seam sealant. Overall an excellent tent at an excellent price.
 

 
  Reviewed by: To/\/\, a Backpacker from New Jersey
Date Reviewed: 12/27/2000 7:54:40 AM
 
 

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Summary:
A great three season tent. Easy to set up. The clip design is good if you have to set it up in the rain. All in all a great tent a little cramped with 2 people, but has room to spare with 1 person.

Customer Service:
None needed
 

 
  Reviewed by: Buddy Page, a Backpacker from Wakulla, Florida USA
Date Reviewed: 12/23/2000 7:58:59 AM
 
 

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Summary:
A very good lightweight tent that will keep you dry .Easy to set up even on rock. Has plenty of room inside for 1 person and your gear but very crowded for 2 unless you a both small people. If I use a tent this is what I take.I use a seperate bag for the poles and it makes it easier to pack.Also leaves room for the ground pad in the bag.
 

 
  Reviewed by: Gregory Fensterman, a Backpacker from Seattle, WA US
Date Reviewed: 12/22/2000 11:23:45 AM
 
 

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Summary:
This is a great little tent. I had been looking at some one man tents then realized that the Flashlight has a lot more space for only a little more weight.

Used it this summer on a solo trip in Alaska and it performed well in some very blustery weather. I have only used it as a solo tent and it might be cozy for two. It's a good choice if you want more room than a one man, glorified bivy bag.

Easy to pitch, good head room at the peak.
 

 
  Reviewed by: Lassale, a Backpacker from Goleta, CA
Date Reviewed: 12/15/2000 7:22:22 PM
 
 

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Summary:
I have the older and 4 season model. It comes with 3 poles instead of two. Also, the fly is yellow and blue. I had this tent for 4 years and it has been on almost every trip until my friend bought TNF's Mountain Tent. In all respect, the Sierra's tent that I own is wonderful. I never had any problem with it (albeit I have never been caught in a rainstorm in it). However, I'm sure the tent would survive since it pitches up quite tight (it does have three poles, where the there is a third one slightly smaller then the front one that crosses the middle of the tent in a similar fashion to the other two). My only concern, though it probably has since been resolved with the newer versions, is that the fly is not Seam Taped. I could always just seam seal it myself. Overall, it was a bargin when I bought it as it was the better model then the current 3 1/2 season ones. I don't think they make this model anymore, but if you can find one, it is a great 1 or 2 person tent for more extreme weather, but not at a hefty price or added weight.

Customer Service:
None

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TNF Mountain Tent (a bit heavy, but good quality)

TNF Stratos (brand new, never even set it up yet, and it is 1 year old!)
 

 
  Reviewed by: Matt Hardy, a Backpacker from Springfield Missouri
Date Reviewed: 11/7/2000
 
 

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Summary:
This is the tent I have brought it everwhere with me. Brought one weekend to the Ozarks and it rained both days nothing but rain and sure enough not a drop of water. Brought it to Wyoming on a two week long trip in the mountains and we exlperienced 75 M.P.H winds at night and sure enough she didn't have scratch. Best tent ever owned.

Customer Service:
none
 

 
  Reviewed by: Tom, a Backpacker from Oakland, NJ, USA
Date Reviewed: 10/16/2000
 
 

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Summary:
Great tent. I've used it on canoe trips, backpacking trips, and solo trips. It is extremly light weight and compact. It is very well ventilated. BUY THIS TENT!
 

 
  Reviewed by: Steve, a Backpacker from Chattanooga, TN
Date Reviewed: 10/14/2000
 
 

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Summary:
Have taken this tent on countless hikes and even drug it across 4 bike rides across Georgia. It has held up considerably well and has kept me warm, cool and dry when I needed to be. Looking back on the price it has been an excellent buy. I did find it to be a little cramped for two people, which was easily resolved by telling my friend to go buy his own.
 

 
  Reviewed by: Caleb Thompson, a Day Hiker from Plymouth, WI 53073
Date Reviewed: 10/2/2000
 
 

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Summary:
Excellent quality and durability, at a great pice. Have had the tent for a few months now, and have no prblems of any sort. Plenty of room for 1 person and a lot of gear or 2 smaller people.

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This is the first single person tent I have bought. It was a very good addition to my hiking supplies.
 

 
  Reviewed by: KNUT KVERNELAND, a Car Camper from Gainesville,FL,USA
Date Reviewed: 9/20/2000
 
 

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Summary:
I have 3 man version of this tent. Roomy enough for 2 with gear or a tight 3 without gear. Still plenty light but the extra space is worth the weight and cost. Not free standing but this is not a big problem on the east coast and Pacific NW where I have used it the most. I have used it mainly on bike trips. No problems with water.

Customer Service:
No problems to require service.

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  Reviewed by: Mario R. Oronoz, a Backpacker from Guaynabo, Puerto Rico
Date Reviewed: 9/15/2000
 
 

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Summary:
This is an excellent light tent that can withstand some nasty stormy weather (think tropical storm wind and downpours). I bought mine in 1992 and it is still in great shape. I use it mostly for biking trips and backpacking. About the only real complaint is the small vestibule.

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  Reviewed by: Sean Phillips, a Backpacker from Houston, TX
Date Reviewed: 9/10/2000
 
 

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Summary:
Great for individual looking for an extremely lightweight, compact (when folded), and quickly assembled tent. Best for solo packer and gear due to small size. Have used as three season tent (spring through fall) and worked great. No winter experience with this tent. As with other Sierra Designs products that I have tried, the quality is top notch.
 

 
  Reviewed by: Bill, a Backpacker from San Clemente, CA, USA
Date Reviewed: 9/10/2000
 
 

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Summary:
Good tent. Small for two people. Not free standing, but sets up fast with soft ground. Have to stake at least four corners, so don't expect to set up with hard or rocky ground.

Customer Service:
They warranty their products.

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  Reviewed by: Nick, a Backpacker from adelaide, Aust
Date Reviewed: 8/23/2000
 
 

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Summary:
As a 3 man tent, nice and squeezy ... as a 2-man tent, great for 2 and packs inside. Planty of headroom at the entrance. Ventilation could be better, considering the all around mesh. Very lightweight and packs down small. Great tent for lugging around the globe. Now, if only they had a built in maid ...

Customer Service:
Had a racoon eat through the side and into my pack. Rang Sierra Designs who referred me to a fixer upperer in the area. Repaired it for me on the spot. I'd call this good customer service. They knew who was in the area and where they were at.
 

 
  Reviewed by: Trish, a Backpacker from Charleston, SC
Date Reviewed: 7/29/2000
 
 

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Summary:
Great little tent - I worked in Yosemite for many seasons and these tents were what the USGS supplied us with. Awesome and light, especially useful when you are carrying many extra pounds of sampling equipment. The tents we used had already seen many years of use and were holding up beautifully.
 

 
  Reviewed by: josh assing, a Backpacker from snoqualmie, wa
Date Reviewed: 7/15/2000
 
 

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Summary:
Desent tent; survived well in moderate downpoor; but got worried in a heavy poor. Lightweight and small in size.

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  Reviewed by: ely rodriguez, a Backpacker from washington dc
Date Reviewed: 7/7/2000
 
 

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Summary:
this is a great tent. it's easy to set up and is strong in storms on the east coast and midwest. in hot east coast summers that are very humid, it can get hot , despite the full mesh around the base of the tent. for spring and summer, it's well ventilated, but for cold winters around 15 deg., it can be too drafty and cold.
 

 
  Reviewed by: Adrian Zalman, a Backpacker from Chandler,AZ
Date Reviewed: 7/6/2000
 
 

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Summary:
Hiking 52 miles in Fagaras and Bucegi mts.,Romania I only can say this tent offeres enough space for even 3 XL men, great weather protection and ease of setup. Reasonable priced, very light.Lows: small vestibule.

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  Reviewed by: Mark Anderson, a Backpacker from Washington, D.C.
Date Reviewed: 5/19/2000
 
 

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Summary:
Light, light, light and easy to set up. Bombproof in storms. I was in this tent the one time a storm blew in and I wished I was back home. Picture this, its a 100 degree day in July and flashing heat lightning turns to a crashing storm around midnight. We were canoeing and considered taking refuge under the boats because of the wind's strength. The next day, trees along the river bank were freshly felled by the storm. In our tent, we were dry. The downfalls are we have an older model with poor ventilation and, of course, it doesn't stand with stakes.

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Main tent is a Meteor Light. The clip flashlight is used for biking and solo trips.
 

 
  Reviewed by: Nick Grba, a Backpacker from Lakewood WA
Date Reviewed: 4/13/2000
 
 

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Summary:
Likes - Small & Very light, Easy to set up, pretty storm-worthy, inexpensive Dislikes - Sags when wet, a bit small for 2 people (one of the best/lightest for solo journeys, though), a bit short (I'm 6' 5"")

Customer Service:
If you're not over 6'3"", this is a good, solid tent for solo trips or for a couple smaller people.
 

 
  Reviewed by: Q-Boy, a Backpacker from Oakland, CA
Date Reviewed: 4/13/2000
 
 

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Summary:
I've had my clip flashlight since '88 when I got it at the SD outlet. It's great for one person and works for 2, but I'm not big (5'6). The light weight is awesome and I've never had a problem with rain. It would be nice if the vestibule was larger, but it's not like I'm going to put my pack under it; it's fine for boots. I only use it for myself now that I bought a Meteor Light CD.
 

 
  Reviewed by: Josh, a Backpacker from Boise
Date Reviewed: 4/10/2000
 
 

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Summary:
Yeah yeah yeah, it's light. For one person and the possibility of rain, it's great. For two people, try getting changed in the thing. Stick a dog in the shallow end -- oi veh! Play cards and rub your head against the tent wall...Okay, I have a bad attitude. I think SD makes great tents for the price and my clip has never failed me through rain, snow, or otherwise, but I am not hiking the AT and cutting my toothbrush and shaving my arm hair to save a little weight. If I weren't so cheap I'd go out and get a larger two-person right now.
 

 
  Reviewed by: E.Rodriguez, a Backpacker from Richmond
Date Reviewed: 3/15/2000
 
 

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Summary:
It's light and super-easy to set up. I use a 97 Clip 3 and it's roomy for two people 5'6"" tall. I can fit our packs inside too. Ventilation is good for hot 95 deg. weather. The fly has not leaked yet. I only wish it was free-standing. East coast is Ok, but it gets tough in the desert and midwest were the ground is rockier.
 

 
  Reviewed by: John, a Backpacker from Salt Lake City
Date Reviewed: 3/3/2000
 
 

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Summary:
Great little tent. Packs small and light with very ventilation. Just be sure to really set it up taught - it has a tendancy to get slack and sag with rain. Not the best for use above timberline. If a campsite is carefully selected it can be pretty storm worthy. While I liked the tent, I eventually replaced it with a NF Tadpole. A little heavier and smaller but a better vestibule and more wind and rain resistant. I used the Flashlight on a through hike of the PCT and it never let me down, although I had to get a little creative with stakes and stake placement.
 

 
  Reviewed by: Pete, a Backpacker from NY
Date Reviewed: 2/23/2000
 
 

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Summary:
I bought this tent about two years ago and have since spent around 60 nights in it from Maine to California. It's a great little tent; light and easy to set up. Make sure the rainfly is on good and tight, otherwise you may end up a bit moist - as I found out one cold night in northern Maine. Overall, a great investment - super durable and actually okay to sleep two...just be creative getting two big packs under the vestibule!
 

 
  Reviewed by: Fenga, a Backpacker from Big South Fork, KY
Date Reviewed: 1/27/2000
 
 

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Summary:
I got this tent about 7 months ago to use on hiking and Bike trips. I have taken it to alaska, The north shore in MN and The Smokies. The pros are its light and small. It dosen't add much to your pack and you can shove it anywhere. The bad part is when it rains. You have to make sure that the Rain fly is tight and put on correctly. I found that if the rain fly touches the tent, your getting water and no one wants water. Its an nice tent just take some time to learn how to set up for bad weather. Its great for the summer!!


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