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Review of Mountainsmith Morrison 2 Person 3 Season Tent$95

Review of Mountainsmith Morrison 2 Person 3 Season Tent

Excellent
Rating
4.70 stars
60
Reviews
$95.37-$179.95
Price Range
Reviewed on: July 01, 2013
Author: BoolPool.com

Pros & Cons

Pros
  • Easy to setup with color coded parts
  • Lightweight, compact and easy to pack down
  • Durable and well-constructed with high quality fabric
  • Waterproof tent with a rainfly with vents
  • Well vented and comfortable with dual doors, dual vestibules and storage pockets
  • Nice semi-camouflage color
  • Reasonable price for high quality
Cons
  • May be too tight for 2 big adults
  • Less vestibules area

Review Summary

This is the summary of consumer reviews for Mountainsmith Morrison 2 Person 3 Season Tent. The BoolPool rating for this product is Excellent, with 4.70 stars, and the price range is $95.37-$179.95.

The Mountainsmith Morrison 2 Person 3 Season Tent offers comfortable sleeping space for your short or long camping trips. The breathable PU-coated polyester fly material provides reliable 3 season weather protection. The aluminum V-stakes easily penetrate in hard grounds and well sewn taped seams helps the tent to self-stand in all weather conditions. Its reflective guy lines with tension lock cord adjustment increase stability and performance in stormy weathers. The tent features color coded footprints, stake loops, poles and fly clips for easy setup. It features a robust 35 sq. ft. of interior usable space can comfortably sleep two adults. The intuitive set-up, dual doors and dual vestibules allow you to enter and exit without disturbing your tent mate. Ceiling loft pocket and mesh storage pockets keep gears organized and close to hand. No-see-um mesh and walls with fly ventilation windows panels keeps uninvited bugs out. The tent can easily be split into two parts to share the carrying load.

However, the major concern was that the tent needed more stakes. The 6 stakes that accompany the tent are enough to stake all four corners and the two guy lines, but leaves nothing for your rain fly. Or vice-versa, stake your rain fly and leave nothing for your guy lines. The other concern was the aluminum stakes has a tendency to bend in hard ground and you'll be looking for replacements sooner rather than later. Also, some campers felt that the tent cannot fit 2 big built adults.

Overall, The Mountainsmith Morrison 2 Person 3 Season Tent is highly recommended as a great entry level tent for its lightweight, well-constructed looks, attractive color and durability. It would be hard to find a tent with same kind of features for such a great price. It is an ideal companion for any short or long camping trips.  

User Voice

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Review Group #: 1
(5.00 stars)
5 Reviews
Easy to setup Compact and easy to pack down Holds well in different weather conditions Suitable for short or long camping trips Air moves well through the tent
Review Group #: 2
(5.00 stars)
7 Reviews
High quality Reasonable price Attractive color Well made Has aluminum poles and taped seams
Review Group #: 3
(5.00 stars)
9 Reviews
Easy to install and putdown Comfortable for 2 adults Has a good rainfly Very spacious to accommodate other accessories as well
Review Group #: 4
(4.50 stars)
12 Reviews
Color coded poles and clips for easy setup Nice semi-camouflage color Lightweight Self-standing Compact Vestibules are pretty small
Review Group #: 5
(4.50 stars)
13 Reviews
Comes with color coded stake loops, poles and fly clips for easy setup Seams are well sewn Covers well to protect from outside weather and insects High quality construction
Review Group #: 6
(4.50 stars)
14 Reviews
Needs more stakes Vents in the rain fly is a smart idea Easy to split in 2 equal loads to carry Fly fabric feels fantastic Good quality zippers

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By Anonymous on February 22, 2014

Planning to get this tent. Does anyone know how well this tent holds up in the rain?

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By Anonymous on February 26, 2014

From my experience, this tent stays amazingly dry in rain. The rain fly is good. The fly is waterproof not the tent. The doors are not waterproof. After some use, the vents may leak but you can use sealant spray on that.

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