M Stephenson 2C Tent Review - Part 1
by Ryan Jordan, Mike Martin, and Roger Caffin
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At a measured weight of about 2.5 lb, the Stephenson 2C is one of the lightest tents available that claims to be appropriate for four-season (winter) use. The purpose of this review is to investigate its suitability as a storm resistant winter tent.
- 2R vs. 2C
- Description and Specifications
- Feature Set
- Stakes and Stake Tension
- Considerations for Livability
- Cooking in the Tent
- Equipment Storage
- Wind Stabilizers
- Manufacturing Quality
- Key Advantages & Disadvantages
- Key Advantages
- Key Disadvantages
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