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I just wanted to let you know I\'ve used my tent on numerous camping trips and have yet to have a problem! Thank you for making such an awesome product at an affordable price. You guys rock!!


 Jeff in Maine
Tiger is a handsome, versatile, hi-quality, and awesome tent! Happy trails, Jeff aka 'Literman'


I have the Tiger Outdoor "Cub" tent and am very happy with it. Its light, strong and well thought out. It is most def a backpacking tent and built to be compact. If I was car camping I would use something a bit bigger if I had to fit more than one person. I'm 6 ft 225 and can fit in nicely with room to spare. Another person would make things pretty up close and personal though. On the other hand people looking at solo tents would be better with this. Those one person tents are like net coffins lol. You can sit up in this one.


I would like to thank you for the fast shipping and offering a high quality product at a fair price point. I could not be more pleased!


Upon much research have found your product and the scalability is remarkable as well as replacement items should they fail. Next season will be my 1st purchase.


good product, im a repeat repeat repeat repeat buyer


Wow - high quality tent at a great price. Awesome!


Awsome product!!! The best lightweight tent made, I have 2 of them.


 Emory S
Love the Zye tent. Took it on my first backpacking trip last week was very pleased at how easily it packed and the usability of the system. The tent bag came apart at the seam, but everything else is holding up great. My 13 year old son join me, so we quickly threw together a walmart dome tent so he could go. The tent was hot and heavy. He pleaded to use mine. Thank you Very much for a great product and customer service.


The tent arrived on the 12th and I picked ot up when I got into town on the 17. Excellent service. Went out bush the next day and I have to say a fantastic tent, very easy to put up even with the fly attached to netting. Kept we warm, dry and watched the mossies dive bombing the netting trying to get inside with me. I will keep in touch. Cheers


That first photo is really unqiue, it feels like it was taken out an aeroplane window! And then I love the third and sixth, I love the frost it looks gorgeous. Hope you get some snow, but your sunshine is better than our clouds and 3c ;) The last few portraits are great fun, Alex. Always love your work, always!


I took a Tiger Min into Kaiser Wilderness in September with no chance of rain. At the first camp it poured for 6 hours; rain, sleet, hail, even a tiny bit of snow. Didn't stay thoroughly dry inside as I might have liked, but made it through. The rest of the week carrying only 6oz of fly instead of 22 made up for it. That's twice for rain on the Min, and I still take it most of the time.


My bp friend and I took a Tiger Cub for 9 days in Yosemite on a forecast of marginal weather, which must have turned out the worst ever in June. For 3 straight days we sat out drizzle, snow, rain, sleet and hail. We kept the vent up and the zippers opened about 10" on each side; and stayed dry and cozy inside the tent. The tri-venting works, and lets you peep out each side too.