2015 Redverz Atacama Expedition Tent


You don’t need to be an engineer to set up this tent! The directions are clear and concise, the poles and pole sleeves are color coded and the tent areas are clearly labeled. The sleeping area is very spacious and has plenty of room for two, including luggage, and it’s very easy to stand up inside. I love the fact that the sleeping area is encapsulated, so it’s less likely to have a bug invasion, but has plenty of mesh venting to allow maximum airflow. The garage area has generous space as well, and although there hasn’t yet been a need to pull a motorcycle into that area, it would definitely be a plus in inclement weather. The tent fits nicely into the waterproof bag (sold separately), as does the groundsheets for both the Sleeping Bay and Garage (also sold separately), and other small items (sleeping pads, etc.). The tent weighs 14 lbs 6 oz. The only slight concern is the collection of flying insects that get trapped in the Garage ceiling and seem to wait on opportunities for the Sleeping Bay to be unzipped for their big chance to invade and wreak havoc upon humans during the night. This tent is definitely Fashionista approved, and I highly recommend it! 💋

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Debbie Gasque
Debbie Gasque

My name is Deb...I get extreme enjoyment out of music, am a big-hearted Idealist, possess a huge passion for fashion…and just in the last eight years, have built a life around long-distance motorcycling.

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