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Loved this little tent. My other one man has internal poles so I really saving weight is nice. Packs down really small. Laying in tent on air mattress and in sleeping bag I find the material is a little close to my face. A Y shaped stick propped under guide line fixed it for me.
Have both the Lanshan Pro 1 and 2, both handle my needs. I’m always carrying trekking poles when I am backpacking.The Pro 1 has plenty of room when I’m hiking alone to get all my gear inside, have plenty of headroom when I want to sit up. I’ve now used it to sleep 2, but only recommend if you’re extremely close to that person. Setup is easy. Set it up in the dark on my campout last weekend. The inner condensation was falling off during a heavy rain, but a quick wipe of the inner wall with my microfiber towel resolved that. Two people and a dog in the vestibule created more moisture inside the tent than had it been me mind you.The Pro 2 works great when I’m planning to have other people in the tent. Took my youngest backpacking in Glacier National Park over the summer. Tent was blown over by 40 to 60 mph gusts. After fully sinking the tent stakes and securing with a rock the problem went away, except we couldn’t really sleep from the howling wind, not the tents fault. Tent kept us dry with no condensation issues. Glacier had almost no humidity verse Missouri where I kept this past weekend with the Pro 1.Overall I’d recommend either tent based on your needs. There is a quick learning curve to pitch them and there are YouTube videos that show the process well. Feel these are of good value compared to lighter but more expensive options.
Overall, I still highly recommend this product for backpackers. It's lightweight, incredibly packable, and fairly breathable.Pros:Packs down about the same as my down top quilt.Incredibly lightweightHeld up with no issues in 15-20mph windsEasy and fast to set up and take down. I do recommend watching a tutorial before trying for the first timeVestibule space is large enough for pack + gearCons:Guy out points do require seam sealing. They will leak profusely in rain if you don't, causing your head and feet to get rained on.I did puncture through the floor on the first night, but if I had clear the ground of twigs that wouldn't have happened.I did have to add shock cord to the tub lines in order to get the tub taut.The inner mesh hangs so loosely on the inside it makes it feel so much smaller than it could be.
Too small, that's the issue. If I were 5'10" or less, this tent would be epic. Alas, I am a full six feet tall and both my head and feet brush against the tent material and I fear this will cause moisture to seep into the tent. If I use a super thin sleeping pad, it's not that bad but then I'm now sleeping less comfortably than I am capable of.It is all its described to be, and I set it up and used it so I can vouch for it, but I'll probably never use it again. This is only due to my height, let me make that clear. I think this tent is great for what it is if you fit into it better. It's super light and went into my pack with ease. Heck, I probably could have just slipped the entire thing into a cargo pocket on my leg.I only have a screenshot from one video outside and a brief video from inside that, I'll admit, is rather negative. Still though, you can see the inside with a full sized person in it.
The tent is fantastic. Super small & lightweight. There's some great videos on YouTube showing how to set it up in just a couple minutes... it's important to know how to use a piece of gear before you take it out in the woods of course. But one thing I can't stand is how manufacturers use the tiny-ness of the stuff sack as a selling point. Sure, in a factory when you're a second cousin to a jiu jitsu master, you can fold that thing up into a tiny envelope and slide it into the stuff sack. But when you're actually in a wilderness conditions, it's just one more pain in the butt you don't need. So I made my own! Sure, the tent is more fluffed out and could take up more room ... but heck just stuff it down into your backpack and it conforms to all the other stuff around it.
Was tentative about purchasing this tent but decided to go for it to shave some weight from my pack before 350 miles on PCT in July/August in the high Sierra. I am 5'2" and plenty of room inside for me and my backpack. Took a little practice to get taut setup but could set up in less than 5 minutes after first few days, including in situations where no stakes could be used - only granite rocks holding down the tent lines. Stayed totally dry in 2 days of 4 hour moderate rainstorms followed by 2.5 inches of rain in a 24 hour period nonstop storm. Did not experience high winds during my trip so don't have a feel for how it would hold up.Loved cooking under the fly during storms. Glad I didn't pay $500 - 700 for a tent like some of the hikers I met on the trail.