Having previously owned a black wolf turbo lite 240 twin, and having owned a basic dome tent after that, I decided to go for the turbo lite 210. Perfect size now that the kids are doing their own thing. I was disappointed with the quality of the dome tent that had lasted me only a handful of trips so decided to spend a few more dollars and buy something that would last. I wasn't keen on the weight of the turbo canvas model as most of the time I set up by myself. This tent is great. A few minutes set up, super strong frame and annex poles, heavy...weight rip stop poly fabric and a decent size annex. And the good thing about black wolf tents is that you don't need to wrestle it to get it back into its bag, plenty of room. Ventilation is not as good as a dome, with cloth vestibule, so the top vents and windows need to be open at night to prevent condensation where possible. I recently added front and side covers to the annex which work well and save setting up a tarp when camping by yourself or on short trips. The size is ok for two but if you are tall or are using it for two most of the time I would suggest going for the 240 or 300.
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