The Tiger Wall Platinum tents take two-door tent life to a crazylight new level. Two doors, two vestibules, free standing and with tons of extras you've come to love on our full-featured tents - like pre-cut guylines, color-coded webbing, buckles and storage pockets. It's quick and easy to setup in the dark, in a storm, or by yourself. For weight-conscious backcountry travelers, this is the ultimate overnight companion.
The tent body is a good size and is comfortable for 2 people. The fly is poorly designed as does not vent properly and collects condensation, which then drips inside the tent when you open the fly door. The top of the door is directly over the tent body, which could be changed by adding a little more material for a longer cross pole. Fly zippers have failed after 2 years.
We have hiked half of the Colorado Trail and love this tent! We always use a footprint and have one small rip when a hiking pole popped through the fly. Easy repair with gear aid. We are a family three with an 8 year old and snuggle up together every night!
I have used this tent on 3 trips and each trip a small tear has either shown up in the fly or the floor. I have been very diligent on where I have set up (soft ground, soft grass, no pine cones/debris). I have fixed these tears with Tenacious Tape and Seam Sealer, however, I do not think this tent is durable enough for backpacking. You'll have to set up in a meadow or somewhere with no rocks/twigs/debris to limit your chance of punctures. Otherwise, I like how easy it is to set up. However, it's just not tough enough for hardcore adventures, especially for the price.
This tent is downright impressive. I cannot believe how light it is yet being so spacious. Perfect fit for my wife and I (and a future dog someday). Just a pro tip, you'll definitely want a footprint with this tent. Baby it, choose your campsites wisely, and it hopefully it will outlast you.
This is a great tent, setup is incredibly quick and easy. Lots of space for a 3 person backpacking tent considering the weight. We have had three people sleeping comfortably but it was very tight. We use it as a 2 person. Bottom of tent is a thin, I'd recommend a footprint. Fly is also a little small we had a couple instances where the mesh on tent was exposed and a little water got inside. It was during a rain storm with 45 mph wind that ended up turning to 7 inches of snow overnight. Tent held up beautifully, just needed to dig out in the morning.
I love my new tent! So glad I went with the 3 person. A little extra space with very little extra weight. I'm a little worried about how it'll do in rain. The mesh goes almost to the ground. I'm sure it'll be fine as long as I set it up properly. Our last outing was a 3 night hike. The wind was insane! I did anchor two corners with 10 inch spikes so I wasn't worried about it blowing away. The structure held up to the wind just fine. I'm very impressed! We've taken it twice in three weeks and have only had positive experiences. Worth every penny.