The North Face Stormbreak 2
Based on 16 reviews
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- Great for backpacking
- Durable and water resistant
- Easy to set up
- One spoke broke the first time used
- Seller doesn't answer refund requests
It looked sturdy but it’s now a big waste
The tent looks nice but one spoke broke the first time I used it. Now the tent is unusable with the rain fly. The seller doesn’t answer to my refund request either. North Face tells me I have to ship them de tent and that it takes up to 6 months to get it back.
9 months ago
Reasonable for price
7 days on West Coast Trail. Kept us dry. Would be nice to have fly connect to base somehow instead of only guy wired out - design issue. Two fly supports on top of tent eat into the fly. Found corks for that. Zipper constantly bites into overhang flap. But though finicky it worked decently.
1 year ago
Easy set up
Bought this tent back in February, finally got to try it out. Used it in light rain with the foot print that’s sold separately, didn’t leak, air flow was good. Pretty easy to set up with the clips that go onto the poles instead of a sleeve. Would recommend buying stronger pegs as you just get the ge...
1 year ago
North Face 2 person free stand tent
Well built, relatively easy to set up, stable as a freestanding tent for the price. Does not come with a footprint unfortunately but can make do. Heavier than expected at 6.46 lbs, too heavy by 2.5lbs in my view as a backpacker but would be great as a car camper or motorcycle camper tent.
2 years ago
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