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We put the REI Co-op Backpacking Bundle through the test with an overnight trip to Mt. Hood National Forest. With a 2.5 mile hike to camp we see if this makes for a good beginner backpacking camp set. It comes with a Passage 2 Tent, Stratus Sleeping Pad, and Trailbreak Sleeping Bag.

REI Backpacking Bundle

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We put the Big Agnes Copper Spur HV Ultralight 3 person tent to the test in some of the toughest conditions possible - cold weather at the beach. But let's be real, the toughest part was probably just dealing with all the seagulls trying to steal our snacks. After a thorough shakedown, we give you our honest review and show you the pros and cons of this highly-rated ultralight tent.

Big Agnes Copper Spur HV UL3

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We explore the pros and cons of the Durston X-mid 2 Solid trekking pole tent while on our latest backpacking trip. We discuss its ultra lightweight design, spaciousness, solid inner walls, and ventilation system. We'll also address any potential challenges with setup and limitations to consider

Durston X-Mid 2 Solid

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The NatureHike Massif 4 Person Hot Tent is a spacious and adaptable choice for year-round camping, with dimensions of 16.7 ft by 8 ft by 5.9 ft. Tailored for car camping, it boasts a weatherproof design, large doors with inner mesh, skylights, and the ability to accommodate a stove. Despite a potential water accumulation issue in the stove jack's outer flap, the tent impresses with its flexibility and versatility.

Massif 4 Season Hot Tent

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