This tent compresses down to a small size and weighs 6 lbs.
The inside of the stuff sack reveals two smaller bags. One is the rain fly, the other is the bug netting.
Still more stuff comes out from the rain fly bag, foot print and a small bag of stuff needed to set up the tent.
Now you can see everything laid out, 24 titanium tent stakes, snow anchors, carabiners, and hammock hangers.
For this example I use my hiking pole(s) to set up, otherwise a tree limb works best. I have carefully notched my hiking poles to allow paracord to align through it.
Another picture of my pole.
Now I have gone to work and set the tent completely up.
Now here is the tent from the front with the main door zipped up shut.
Here is the front view, this tent is really big on the inside. A full 9 feet long and 4.5 feet wide.
Same front view again.
From the back end my hiking pole supports the hold up of the tent with a snow anchor and some rocks.
Another view of the back of the tent.
the inside of the tent looking towards the back.
special light weight carabiner clips hold the interior bug netting to the outer rain fly. This allows the tent to have more room on the inside. It prevents the sagging look.
Me inside the tent show all the room that is inside. This tent can easily hold two people and gear, or one Zach Judd.