REI Quarter Dome T3 – Camping Tents: Reviews
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Testers were impressed with the two-person model of this tent; it’s roomy (30 square feet) and light (less than four pounds) and has the critical double doors and vestibules (13 total square feet of storage). Then they tried the three-person version (pictured here), which adds a luxurious ten square feet of living space for a mere ten ounces and $30. Either way, thanks to the Quarter Dome’s innovative pole configuration—similar to the Marmot Aura’s—which lifts the sidewalls, you get a tent that feels much bigger than it really is. The design makes for a puzzling first-time setup, which is a minor gripe considering how much tent you get for less than 300 bucks. 4.4 lbs; rei.com