Press Release (ePRNews.com) - APOLLO BEACH, Fla. - Feb 22, 2017 - OutsidePursuits review editors chose the following Backpacking Tents after extensive testing of how easy they were to setup, weight and weather resistance.
The Winners are:
Editors’ Choice – Mountainsmith Morrison 2 Person 3 Season Tent
THis lightweight and durable tent was found to be easy to setup and take down in under 5 minutes. Mountainsmith Morrison achieved this partly by color coding the pieces but mostly it is just a good design.
This 3 season tent will withstand the elements with ease and has 2 doors for ease of entry and ventilation. This tent was foung to be the overall best value tent.
Top Pick – Winterial 2-Person Backpacking Tent
The Winterial backpacking tent is a very simple and easy to setup tent. Its lightweight and durable design makes this an ideal backpacking tent for longer trips. It compacts into a very small package that will not take up much room in a backpack.
It has a vented roof and 2 doors for excellent ventilation and made from a tough, durable nylon fabric.
Best Buy – ALPS Mountaineering Meramac 2 Tent
Alps Engineering has been making tents for a long time and the Mermac Tent is one of the best offerings. The simple 2 pole design makes this tent simple to assemble even when the weather is not cooperating.
The tent is made from a durable polyester taffeta that will withstand the elements. It is a 2 door design for good air flow when it gets warm plus it also has a zippered window for extra ventilation and lighting.
Readers can see the top picks here: http://www.outsidepursuits.com/best-backpacking-tent-revi…
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