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The Grid is a great little two man tent with a semi geodesic design it can really take everything nature throws at it. Simple to pitch and very stable in high winds, this tent has a good hydrostatic head and has enough head room for you to sit up comfortably.

used for multi activity camp and rugged terrain camping

By: David M, Cirencester - Cotswold Water Park store

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Great Travelling Tent
Reviewed By Paul, 01 Jun 2012

I am a new comer to tenting and am a location photographer. For this years 4 month trip I thought I would try some camping. The Marmot has proved such an easy strong tent that I am hooked on camping and not stayed in any hotels. It is so easy to put up and take down and has breezed through a high wind storm and 2 huge thunder storms. There are some great touches to the tent like internal pockets and I am 5 star happy. Happy tenting from a camp site in Rome



Can't fault this tent
Reviewed By Chris , 06 Feb 2012

This is a brilliant peice of kit, it has withstood the harshest Welsh weather possible and did not let any of the elements beat it! I would recommend getting the footprint for this tent because it can be clipped to the fly and in bad weather you can use the tent as a shelter. I would highly recommend the Marmot grid, well worth the money.



Top Tent
Reviewed By T, 14 Dec 2011

Against the myriad of available backpacking tents I rate this one very highly. It was used in the Lakes recently and was pitched and taken down numerous times in driving rain and 50-60 mph gusts and it worked a treat. The adjustable peg loops and pole locators make it very easy to pitch in a hurry and still achieve a taut fly. The fact that it pitches outer first is ideal for the UK and the inner stayed dry despite the weathers best efforts to soak us, unlike our friend’s tent. Once up it’s very stable and while it looks small I’ve been able to squeeze 3 people in sitting when eating. Most reviews say there’s just enough room in the vestibule to keep two backpacks, my partner and I (5ft6 and 5ft9) were able to sleep quite comfortably with both our backpacks (50lt and 65lt) at the head of the tent, leaving the vestibule free for cocking.

The only negative aspects I’ve seen so far is that it weighs slightly more then some other similar tents and the fly sites a little high are the rear. However, I think the extra weight is worth the additional strength, warmth and ease of pitching this tent offers. As for the high riding fly at the rear, I always pitch the rear into the wind and even sideways rain didn’t cause an issue.



Strong and Tough
Reviewed By , 05 Jun 2011

Not the lightest 2 man tent but strong. Lots of guy lines to tie down. Tent was pitched first time in 5 minutes. Really like the outer pitch first idea. Looks and feels like its built to last.