What I have here today is a summer camping tent from the company known as NatureHike; this is the Bear UL2 Camping tent.
This is a very unique shelter and it has one truly odd feature....
I've never seen anything like it before.
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NatureHike Bear Summer Camping Tent
What it is : What I have here today is a summer camping tent from the company known as NatureHike. This tent is known by two different names; in China it is called the Bear UL2 Camping tent and in the US, it is called the Summer Camping Tent.
As you are about to see, this tent is different!
Agenda Free Link : https://www.naturehike.com/products/naturehike-bear-ul2-camping-waterproof-2-person-tent
Tent fly: 20D single silicon nylon lattice cloth - I have no idea what lattice cloth is; this may mean rip stop.
Inner tent: 20D nylon check cloth, B3 breathable mesh - No idea what check cloth is, again may mean Ripstop.
Poles: 700D Aluminum
Waterproof Rating :
Tent fly : Pu3000mm
Inner tent : Pu3000mm
Weight : 4.6lbs
Single wall tent
Large mesh doors
Colors : Blue and Green
Price : $190 from NH - $140 from AliExpress at the time of filming. I haven’t seen this listed on the Amazon WebSite as of yet.
With warm weather on the way, this is a tent that instantly caught my attention when I came across it. The design is interesting;
How waterproof is this going to be? Again we have a tent with an internal fly and often times this design can lead to leaking. In fact, most internal fly design tents leak but not always; as we have seen with the OneTigris Scaena tent, not all of them.
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