This Tent Costs How Much? – River Country Trekker Tent 2.2 First Look

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This is a VERY budget friendly tent and it is the River Country Trekker Tent 2.2 and this video is an initial Setup and First Look.

At the same time of this upload, I have posted a warning about this tent; DO NOT BUY IT!

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Price : $55

Weight : 3lbs 2oz

Colors : Blue and Green

Versions : This is the 2.2, there is a 2 version which has very little mesh. When I saw the model 2, it is essentially a single walled tent which looks to be a condensation machine! I might get it in to test out in the future but I figured I would start here with this product from a company which I personally haven’t heard of before.

Stumbled upon this tent on amazon while looking for interesting products to purchase and to review for you all. As mentioned before, I haven’t heard of this tent, looked online and didn’t see any real reviews and being that I’m agenda free that is how I got about the products which I decide to review and for everyone who supports the channel it is appreciated. Because I’m agenda free I can do real reviews without holding back any punches. If there is something I don’t like, I say so.

Requires two Trekking Poles, two sticks or it can be tied between two trees.

Super fast and easy set up! Great for hiking, backpacking, camping, or adding to your survival bag, this compact tent will fit into your backpack without filling it up.

This tent is intended for use with your own trekking poles, but can be used with almost any stick that is over 42 inches tall.

At over 7 feet long, over 5 feet wide, and 42 inches high, this tent offers more room inside than almost any other ultralight tent.

This tent has large mesh sidewalls and vents making it close to a full 2-layer tent. Double wall tent on the sides and front only. The back wall is single wall.

Two-person tent comes with 8 ultralight stakes, guy lines, and a carry bag.

Internal loops: I would string a line between these two points for drying cloths, hanging items, etc.

Would love to see a front vestibule version of tent

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