It is a great idea to consider going camping with family and friends, and even a much better idea if you go solo hiking or backpacking. The thrill you feel is immeasurable and so is the joy. Nevertheless, it is highly recommended that you consider the type of tent you carry along because this will ultimately determine the end results. In fact, it is one of the best ways to prepare for drastic weather patterns that nature can throw at you. Having said this, I would like to point out that The North Face Stormbreak 2 is quite a reliable tent that many campers like to use for both seasoned and new hikers alike. It’s because of the main features that this tent stands out. Most people who use this tent said, all they have is praises for it despite its shortcomings.
I started by gearing up and preparing for the camp way before it was time to hit the road. I took all the necessary preparations and even thought to myself that this was going to be the best trip I have taken for a pretty long time. And so, I did a little bit research on the vital elements that I would need prior to deciding to study the trail. Of course everything went on fine as I consulted with seasoned campers. However, there was one thing that got me worried - the type of tent I would use. After some soul searching and Googling almost the entire night, I decided to go for The North Face Stormbreak 2 because I thought that it would serve me better.
The North Face Stormbreak 2 Tent
2.84 sq m
Fast Pack Weight
0.91 sq m
7" x 22"
This is a versatile tent that I liked it from the word go because of the features it offered to users. With the 4 free standing poles, it would be much easier to pitch the tent. At the end of the day, I realized that I was not wrong at all. It only took me a few minutes to set up everything and was glad to have made this choice. In fact, carrying the bag to my camp area was pretty easy and it offered me abundant space just like I had thought. The better part of it all is that I did not spend a fortune to have this tent and as a new camper, I was really glad to own it.
There are also a number of things that I had in mind about my tent of choice and still The North Face Stormbreak 2 did not let me down. It also features water resistant polyster-taffetta canopy with professionally well taped seams that make it a great choice. Of course, the lightweight nature is a plus for anyone who is looking for a tent that can easily be carried around. This is especially if you are going to camp at the summit of your preferred mountain. As a matter of fact, the vestibule that provides an approximate 9.78 sq feet of storage is something that any camper would like to have. If you are someone who cherishes durability, then this one cannot let you down in anyway.
The floor is great too because it can easily resist moisture, there is no way you can sleep in a soggy ground. If you like tents that will give you a sense of peace when you are resting, then definitely it’s a much better choice for you. This is one tent that will always help you get the best possible results without necessarily spending a fortune. I liked the tent because it could keep out the worst weather patterns that you can imagine and it’s pretty strong, too. There is also the 2-door because this one is really ideal for exit and entry. You will never find it hard to move around your tent, neither will you be worried about the best things that bother campers.
There are people who have complained the tent to be a little bit bulkier and this is something that will bother most people. However, for me I had no problem carrying the tent around as I’m quite athletic. Also, some have noted problems with zippers but this is not bad as it is more often due to wear and tear. I thought it to be quite a better choice and the pros rightly outweigh the cons. It is an ideal choice for the seasoned and new hikers or campers who want to enjoy their hiking activities.
If you are searching for tents that can withstand winds and rain, you better go for The North Face Stormbreak 2 at any given time. You will never go wrong whatsoever!
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