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- Great for solo campers
- Lightweight and easy to set up
- Footprint included for protection of the bottom of the tent
- Easy to use poles
- Fly is easy to clip on
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Naturehike Cloud Up 2 Tent Review (An In-Depth Review)
This tent is much better for taller people, and it also has two doors and vestibules to leave more room to spread out inside the sleeping compartment.Read my in-depth review of the Naturehike Mongar 2.Final ThoughtsOverall, the Naturehike Cloud Up 2 is a fantastic tent that puts portability, durability, and affordability at the forefront of its design
Naturehike Cloudup 2 Review: Firsthand Experience - PA on Pause
We highly recommend this tent, especially for novice hikers and backpackers who are just starting out, but the Naturehike brand would suit most needs. This lightweight two-person tent has been tested and proven to withstand some rainy and windy weather conditions, so you can rest assured that you should stay dry during your outdoor adventure. Don’t miss out on this awesome tent as a great piece of starter gear to get you out on your next adventure!
Really good tent, phenomenal value, 2-person is a bit optimistic though...
I purchased this item because I wanted a light tent option for backpack camping, I opted for the 4-season tent vs the 3-season so I could use it in winter if I wanted. First I want to say that "2-person" is a *VERY* optimistic description for this tent, 2 small people maybe, but I'm 6'2" and 210lbs ...
Naturehike Cloud Up 2 Person Backpacking Tent Review 2021
8 pounds. Okay, so there are the things that really impressed me about the Cloud Up, but now it's time to talk about some cons. Four Seasons Probably the biggest con on this list is the fact that Nature Hike advertises this as a four season tent and it really just isn't
Exceeded Expectations by Far
I bought this tent because I was told it was free of fluorocarbons and flame retardants, and it also seemed to have some technically to it as well. The first thing I assessed was whether it has a smell ("off-gassing), and I never noticed one during the 4 nights I slept in it, even in humidity/dew co...
Lightweight 2P Tents - Looking for suggestions
British folks took all kinds of tents to the Peak District, and bare minimum that works is something in line of Naturehike Cloud Up 2. While elixir is on a heavier side it will handle everything hills have to throw at you. It's really strange that you backpack UK and dont' take a rain throughout the night as given. There is a reason why the most popular tents on the island are tunnels like vango banshee 200.
Unexpected quality at this price
This is a great backpacking tent, especially considering the price. The poles and construction are high quality, all stitching and buckles/fasteners are constructed well (there is even some reflective tape on the buckle straps to mark the corners at night). I got the two person version with the skir...
Any one from New Zealand?
I'm a tops hunter in NZ and have split about 50 nights between the Naturehike Cloud Up 1 & 2 so far. Not uberlite, but also way lighter than a Minaret. The 2 could probably fit you and your dog. I haven't had much problem with wind, but I have been occasionally broadsided by big gusts that require leaning into the fabric.
This is an excellent tent. We had a previous one of the same company but it broke after a year of use. But during its time of use it was very good. The company gave excellent customer service and refunded the cost. Since the tents are really high quality and we think the break may be a very rare occ...