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ThunderThighs wrote:I think you're supposed to seal the seams or something like that. I've heard people mention that when we've had tents for sale. Someone with more knowledge on tents will hopefully pipe in with more info.
Yes, you would want to seal the seams (it is even recommended to do this on VERY Expensive tents). A tube of seam seal will do the trick. The only worry I have with this tent is the minuscule rain fly. It doesn't really cover the entry way at all. Any wind driven rain is surely going to wreak havoc with the zipper areas. For a backyard camping tent or for fair weather campers like myself I am sure it would be fine.
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Dammit. Just when I had trained myself not to obsessively check Woot at 10PM (PST) every night, something like this happens. This is the tent deal I've been waiting for, and I missed it
My avatar wears a fez now. Fezzes are cool.