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09-23-2011 12:04 PM
BTA88
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Originally Posted by JPFreek1 View Post
I think it's a good option for car camping no doubt. The more expensive tents are such because of their weight and packability. Spending $300-400+ on a tent isn't in everyone's cards and if you're strictly doing car camping, the Coleman et al is a great option. But if you plan to also do any backpacking or travel in remote areas where weight and space are an issue, obviously the more expensive tents offer those traits.
Understood. I didn't realize you were going for backbacking/hiking tents. The Hooligan is definitely for places where you are driving/jeeping to, not hiking.
09-23-2011 11:06 AM
JIMBOX You can getta "hatch tent", usually for under $300 bucks and they are PRIMO-

Mine has gone thru two 4x4s and is 5 years old !!

JIMBO
09-23-2011 10:56 AM
txoutdoorx4 I think it's a good option for car camping no doubt. The more expensive tents are such because of their weight and packability. Spending $300-400+ on a tent isn't in everyone's cards and if you're strictly doing car camping, the Coleman et al is a great option. But if you plan to also do any backpacking or travel in remote areas where weight and space are an issue, obviously the more expensive tents offer those traits.
09-23-2011 10:23 AM
BTA88 What do you think of the Coleman Hooligan? It didn't cost $150-300, but it's been pretty darn good to me and held up just fine to Irene..
09-23-2011 09:46 AM
txoutdoorx4
Selecting a shelter for Jeep adventure

Planning a trip in your Jeep vehicle? Here are tips on selecting the proper shelter for your next Jeep adventure:

Choosing the Right Shelter for Camping Adventure | JPFreek Adventure Magazine - Jeep and Outdoor Adventure Lifestyle Magazine

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