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How well this item performed in its intended use, and beyond.
Recently I had the unfortunate experience of dealing with not only a restless fiancé on the AT but I also had to deal with my restless 5 month old Australian Shepherd, Kaia at my feet. That wouldn't have been bad were it not for the tiny 2 person tent we were stuffed into. In the morning we resolved to get a new tent big enough for the three of us, without adding more to the weight we were already practicing carrying. After quite an extensive search it was the LightWedge 3 that came to the front of the pack. Not only do the stats merit this conclusion but I have several other friends who recommended it to me. Needless to say I'm satisfied. The only thing I wish is that it would come with a "Paw Print" to keep my dogs claws from damaging the floor on the inside, and a trekking pole vestibule to add some more outdoor storage room.
I would recommend this product.
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Pangnirtung, NU, Canada
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Posted August 15, 2012
Just spent 5 weeks near Pangnirtung, NU with trips north of the arctic circle, in this lovely tent. Gear loft is prefect, set up and take down is almost too easy, and warm. The only thing I have to say is, with constantly shifting winds, the sidewalls act like a sail, and cause it to bend almost into the middle of the tent. Securing that side of the tent was tricky to stop it from catching so much wind. However, as testament to its strength, after days of being blown at from its weakest spot the poles held strong. Prime tent, fits 3 people very snug.