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Single pole architecture makes set up and take down simple and efficient
An excellent tent at a reasonable price. It's spacious and not even heavy when you carry it in your backpack. A ceiling pocket is also a plus for me.
I dislike the fact that the footprint was not included. It cost $40, which is a bit pricey for a floor saver. Aside from that, it is a budget-friendly tent.
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The C Bar 2 has one door and a maximum center height of 3' 5, which is a tiny bit less than the average height of the 204 various 2 person tents we have examined With 28 square feet of room inside, it is considerably smaller than some other 2-person tents, and it would be quite cramped for you and, another camper throughout the 3-seasons, this tent is recommended for use in, smaller tents like this one can make a very nice choice for people who like spending lots of hours outside their tent getting some air.
A few of the great points about dome tents are, that they are under normal circumstances lightweight, making them easy to carry around. In near all cases, tents used for backpacking are of the dome type. They are generally speaking, freestanding and very simple to set up. In calm weather, you can do without guy lines and stakes, not that this is recommended.
Dome tents are the most common of all the various types of tents you will find when camping. They tend to do better in bad weather than other types, allowing water to roll off the sloped sides, unlike cabin tents that have flat roofs, resulting in the water pooling on the roof. The most basic dome tent will have a rectangular footprint, sloped walls a couple of poles which cross in the middle of the roof. Because of their construction, it is generally considered that they are best for up to a maximum of 6 people.
Down below, you can check out a list of the tent's strongest and weakest points.
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Big Agnes's C Bar 2 tent is perfect for backpacking. Here are a few other cool things not mentioned above which, we noticed and liked, while reviewing the model: DAC Angle Hubs and attached cross pole create a spacious interior, Ready to pitch; with pre-cut guy lines and tensioners attached to fly and Quick Stash door keeper on tent body door makes stowing unzipped door quick and easy.
With positive ratings, and headroom of 3' and 28 square feet of space for sleeping, this tent is like your very own miniature home away from home. This will enable you to spend some delightful time hanging out with nature. We found a decent amount of pros about the tent that you can check out above.
If you found this page looking for recommendations about this actual tent, we consider, it will make for a great buy. If you just happened to arrive on this page while browsing for a new tent having not heard of this manufacture or this tent model previously, it is possibly a good idea to look at some more similar tents also.
Value for money: When considering value for your dollar, this tent is without a doubt more competitive than the normal price of all the two hundred and eighty-five, two-person tents we have looked at, this alone does not make it good value for money. One should also take into account other areas in-depth, as we do with every tent.
When we determine the score of a single tent, we consider loads of areas, looking for things where the tent could beat out other near-identical tents and where it is coming up short. In this case, with an overall score of 4.3 and the price conclusions above, one can spot that with a cost of $149.93 The C Bar 2 is a very good deal and fabulously competitively priced when compared with similar tents.
The ratings show that the quality and size the tent provides were not compromised to arrive at a price tag significantly below the normal price for comparable tents. It is also worth noting it is marked down by 0% from the manufactures suggested retail price. It should make a superb choice for nearly all campers searching for a comfortable three-season backpacking tent to go camping in, that will serve you well for years to come.
C Bar 2
|3' 5"||28 sq ft|
C Bar 3
|3' 8"||39 sq ft|
Is the C Bar 2 freestanding?
Yes, It is better to use the provided guy lines and pegs to secure it though.
Is a floor saver included with the C Bar 2?
No, a footprint is not included free of charge, one made by Big Agnes is available to purchase separately though.
Is the C Bar 2 suitable for backpacking?
Yes, It could be used for backpacking as it is just 64 Oz.
Is the C Bar 2 any good for camping in winter?
No, It is probably best used uniquely for the recommended 3 seasons only.
Does the C Bar 2 tent have internal storage pockets or a gear loft?
Yes, there are places to store your stuff inside.
Does the C Bar 2 have any vestibules to store stuff?
Yes, the tent does have 1 vestibules to store your muddy boots and outdoor clothing, etc.
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