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Set up this tent easily with color-coded pole and clips
The waterproofing was totally amazing. The vents worked well and the tent was comfortable in all conditions. The poles are very sturdy and the guy-lines were sufficient to withstand moderate winds with no problem.
All aspects of this tent were great except for the rainfly stitching & fabric at the tensioning straps. In three days, the fabric tore at the two attachments points for the vestibule.
The Limestone 8 has two doors and a maximum center height of 6' 5, which is a little bit smaller than the average height of the 53 other 8 person tents we have studied. With 130 square feet of space inside, it is a little bit smaller than some other 8-person tents, and it could be a little cramped for you and, up to seven other campers all through the 3-seasons, this tent is suggested for use in, larger tents similar to this one are a really good choice for people that enjoy having lots of space inside their tent for sleeping and hanging out.
Many of the cool things about dome tents are, that they are under normal circumstances light, making them easy to carry. In near all instances, tents used for backpacking are of the dome type. They are usually, freestanding and very simple to set up. In calm weather, you could do without guy lines and stakes, not that this is recommended.
Dome tents are the most common of all the other sorts of tents you will see when camping. They tend to do better in the rain than other types, allowing water to roll off the sloped sides, unlike cabin tents that have flat roofs, allowing the rain to pool on the top of the tent. The most straightforward dome tent will have a square floor, sloped walls two or more poles which converge in the middle of the roof. Because of their construction, it is typically thought of that they are best suited for up to a maximum of 6 campers.Modified Dome tents often have more than a single room, like the Marmot Limestone two-room tent
Down below, you can check out an account of the tent's pros and cons.
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Marmot's Limestone 8 tent is good for car camping. Here are a couple of other points not noted above which, were noticed and liked, while reviewing the model: Zone Pre-Bend Construction Creates Vertical Walls, More Roomy Sleeping Area and Greater Head Room, Lamp Shade Pocket Securely Holds Your Headlamp to Provide Ambient Light and For family camping, when comfort counts.
With nice ratings, a few reviews and a minimum headroom of 6' and 130 square feet of space for sleeping, this tent is like your own modest residence. This will enable you and up to 6 other friends to enjoy some delightful moments exploring the great outdoors. We found a decent amount of pros about the tent that you can read through above.
If you found this page looking for recommendations on this specific tent, our view is, it would make for an ok purchase. In case you simply happened to arrive on this page while looking for a new tent having never heard of this brand or this model before, it is perhaps a good thing to check out a few other comparable tents also.
Value for money: When thinking about value for money, this tent is more pricier than the average cost of all the fifty-five, eight-person tents we have taken a look at, this alone by itself is not a negative thing. We also need to take a look at other factors in detail, as we do for each tent.
When we determine the ratings of a tent, we consider a lot of areas, searching for things where the tent could beat out other comparable tents and where it is lacking. In this case, with an overall rating of 3.9 and the price details above, one can view that with a ticket price of $706 Marmot's Limestone 8 is a fair buy although it could be thought of as a tiny bit pricey when compared with comparable tents.
The ratings show that the quality and capacity the tent offers make it a good choice for people wanting a tent that can last for a few years. It could make a good choice for most people searching for an adequate three-season modified dome tent to camp in, that will serve you well.
|5' 3"||60 sq ft|
|6' 4"||83 sq ft|
|6' 5"||130 sq ft|
Is the Limestone 8 freestanding?
Yes, It is preferable to use the provided guy lines and pegs to secure it though.
Is a floor saver included with the Limestone 8?
No, a footprint is not included free of charge, you can buy one made by Marmot separately though.
Is the tent suitable for camping in the colder months?
No, It is probably best used uniquely for the recommended 3 seasons only.
Could an adult stand up in the Limestone 8?
Yes, with 77 inches of headroom, most adults could stand up in the tent.
Is there enough room for 8 adults?
With less space than other 8-person tents, it could be a little cramped.
Does the Limestone 8 tent have storage pockets or a gear loft inside?
Yes, there are places to store your stuff inside.
Could a single camper put the Limestone 8 up on their own?
It is possible but might be a little bit hard all alone, an extra person to help will make things easier.
Does the Limestone 8 have any vestibules to store things?
Yes, the tent does have 2 vestibules to keep your muddy boots and outdoor clothing, etc.
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