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The North Face Nebula Review

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Greg, 0/0/00 User Rating:  N/A
"Great design! Dual doors and vestibules make entry and exit convenient for 2 persons. This tent can be used as a three season or four season tent depending on whether the top roof mesh panel is zipped up or left open. Great ventilation as well. First use was in the Desolation Wilderness of Lake Tahoe. Held up to snow and wind beautifully!"


Jeff Johannsen, 0/0/00 User Rating:  N/A
"My wife and I used this tent on a two week trip and absolutely loved it. Two doors allow for midnight bathroom breaks without disturbing significant other. Pleanty of pocket space for storage. We did not encounter much rain, but it kept us dry when we did. Top window allows for good ventilation and star gazing. At little on the expensive side but you get what you pay for. TNF uses more durable materials than any one else I have found. A great 3-4 season tent that I highly recommend."


Nathan Michael Johnson, 0/0/00 User Rating: 
"I've had this tent going on 4 years now with zero complaints. It's a great tent for all season in Oklahoma."


matt, 0/0/00 User Rating: 
"I have used this tent for 3 years now in the mountains of WV. It has stood up to everything from deep snow to torrential rain and wind. More than a few times it has saved our trip. Ample vestibule space means everything can fit under it or enough room to play cards and cook during the storms.With all the extras you expect for the north face its a great investment."


Uli Knirsch, 0/0/00 User Rating: 
"Yes, it's a nice tent. I haven't used it very much (and always dried it before storage), but had to discover that the rain cover now (after approx. 5 years) has become leaky. This is NOT at the seams, but it's the material itself.
Now I am looking for a spare cover. Better than a new tent."


Roy Bishop, 0/0/00 User Rating: 
"Borrowed one for a week-long backpacking trip at the Grand Canyon. The temp dropped down to 30°F. On top of that we had rain, sleep and an inch of snow. Slept very warm and dry. We were even able to cram two adults and a 9-year old kid in it. Easy to set up and stake out. Not the lightest tent for packing, but not too bad split between two adults. We had a fair bit of condensation (especially with three), but not too bad and was probably due to not venting it enough (the old dillemma—warmth or ventilation)."


krissyve, 0/0/00 User Rating: 
"We have had this tent for 5 years and love it. It has withstood strong winds and heavy rains. Once we returned to our campsite to find it sitting in an inch and a half of water. I thought for sure all our gear was soaked. It was bone dry.
Pros:The double doors are great and large windows create a nice cross breeze. The glow in the dark zipper pulls are a nice feature and the rain fly covers the entire tent keeping you dry and warm.
Cons: A little warm in the summer and a little small for two people and gear which makes it hard to change. Great for spring, fall and winter camping. Not so good in the summer."


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