About Mountainsmith Genesee 4 Tent

Mountainsmith Genesee 4 Tent
This classic Mountainsmith Genesee 4 Tent does a wonderful job during your camping expeditions. The tents set up quick an easy and the fly covers adequately. It is light enough for backpacking, roomy, great venting, two doors, and two vestibules. It has a bathtub floor construction, taped floor seams. Mesh wall panels, interior mesh storage pockets and reflective guide lines. It is easy to enter and exit the tent with the smaller vestibules since there is no reaching awkwardly out to unzip the rain fly from the inside. The doors are a nice size and shape, and the zippers are very smooth. The Mountainsmith Genesee 4 Tent also features detachable ceiling loft pocket, clip pole attachment, Guy out attachment points, tri-glide cord adjustment, tent fly ventilation windows, eight 6061 aluminum reinforced v-stakes and 7000 Series aluminum alloy Yunan poles.<

Mountainsmith Genesee 4 Tent Features

  • Three season flexibility
  • Free-standing four corner tent
  • Bathtub floor construction
  • Taped floor seams
  • Mesh wall panels
  • Detachable ceiling loft pocket
  • Interior mesh storage pockets
  • Clip-pole attachment
  • Lighter weight and better breathability
  • Guyout attachment points
  • Reflective guylines
  • Tri-glide cord adjustment
  • Tent fly ventilation windows
  • Color-coded SR buckle attachment of Tent and Fly
  • Multiple grommet pole attachment points
  • Eight 6061 Aluminum reinforced V-Stakes
  • Set-up instructions printed on stuffsack
  • Two door / two vestibule layout
  • 7000 Series Aluminum Alloy Yunan Poles

Mountainsmith Genesee 4 Tent Specifications

Season
4
Capacity
4
Packaged Weight
6 lbs. 5 oz.
Packed Size
19.5 in. x 8 in.
Tent Area
56 sq. ft.
Vestibule Area
18 sq. ft. (front and back)
Interior Height
52 in. (at peak)
Number of Doors
2
Pole Type
7000 Series Aluminum Alloy Yunan Poles
Floor Material
190td Poly PU5000mm F/R
Tent Canopy Material
185T Breathable Poly F/R
Fly Material
185T Poly PU2000MM F/R
Length
52 in.
Width
84 in.
Height
96 in.
Construction
Bathtub floor
Seams floor
Taped
Wall panels
Mesh
Interior
Mesh storage pockets
Weight [with packaging]
6.7 lb

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5.0

Great tent for the quick getaway.

By Billf

from Weedsport, NY

About Me Casual/ Recreational

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Easy To Set Up
  • Fly Works Well
  • Lightweight
  • Sturdy

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Backyard
    • Bike Touring
    • Car Camping

    Comments about Mountainsmith Genesee 4 Tent:

    I bought this tent to use for weekend trips on my bicycle. It's fairly light for a 4 person tent and it packs up nice and small in the included stuff sack. We're only sleeping 2 people in it so it's nice and roomy. The 2 vestibules and 2 doors make for plenty of gear storage and the ability to enter and exit without climbing over each other. We have not used it yet while it was raining, so I'm hoping it's waterproof as advertised. I really have no complaints. It's perfect for my intended use...just throw it on the trailer I tow behind my bicycle and I hardly even notice the extra weight.

    • What Is Your Gear Style:
    • Comfort Driven
    • Was this a gift?:
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    5.0

    [$] worth of tent.

    By Tondog

    from Jacksonville, FL

    About Me Casual/ Recreational

    Verified Buyer

    Pros

    • Comfortable
    • Easy To Set Up
    • Fly Works Well
    • Lightweight
    • Sturdy
    • Waterproof

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Backpacking
      • Backyard
      • Beach
      • Car Camping

      Comments about Mountainsmith Genesee 4 Tent:

      This tent has plenty of room and tons of ventalation with rain fly off. Lots of included amenities that usually make a tent 50-100$ more (pop-up vents in fly, gear hammock, corner pockets, etc.) Durable material and tough but light aluminum poles. The two main doors and vestibule openings are just right to allow easy access in and out, though vestibules could be bigger. Used it the first time with my wife and four children (6, 5, 3, and 1!!!) with a little wiggle room. Small enough packed for backpacking with a family but a little big if you have less than 4 adults.

      • What Is Your Gear Style:
      • Minimalist
      • Was this a gift?:
      • No

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      Kent D  Does the rain fly come all the way to the ground?
      TIM B  The rain fly is a full cover and does reach the ground for the vestibules. I pull the fly out away from the tent at the sides to have a little more air flow so the rain fly at the sides of the tent are off the ground about 3 inches. I really like the tent. It is light, compact and so easy to set up. I took it winter camping and with the light snowfall all day, the snow that came off the fly, completely blocked all of the openings at the bottom of the tent stopping all of the wind from entering. I bought it for my son and me, but since he is a Boy Scout, I get the tent to myself. Plenty of room and I even have a full size cot inside. Highly recommend the tent.
      Shopper  Does this tent come with a rain vestibule?
      MARK W  This tent has a vestibule on each end of the tent. One for each door. Just big enough for a pack and shoes.
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