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I think the four season claim should be removed. This is not a mountaineering tent.
Was thinking the same thing. I don't see how a nearly all mesh design could withstand sub-zero winds.
There are other claims that should be removed as well. Such as UL and short setup time. 3.6 lbs is not UL and 5 minutes is not short setup time.
I am from South Korea and South Korean mountaineers are notorious for 100 litter bags filled with 70 lbs stuffs including backpacking chair, backpacking table, backpacking grill, etc for 3 km out weekend backpacking. Save ground sheet because they put tent on clean wooden deck. For them this probably is UL and short setup time. But adding "PCT" in the title is a stretch.
The all mesh tent is good enough for winter with Zerogram's premium winter sleeping bag with 44.1 oz of 850+ FP down.
48 ounces is 3lbs, bud. Not 3.6lbs. Point taken, though. For a 2 person double wall, that is damn light, but not “ultra”.
5 minutes is not short time? What is short then? You fall flat on your face with your pack on your back with the tent inside the pack, and when you get back up a moment later, the tent has set itself up?