I have had this tent for 5 years and would like to tell its the best Tent in rain wind etc and esay to setup as well. Love it and take it whenever I go on a adventure trip....
Excellent, easy to use and easy to carry. Seems durable.
Excellent value, weatherproof and easy to use
Though most of the time I am a fan of decathlon, but on this occasion, I feel like cheated :(
I bought a 2+ man tent from decathlon Bangalore. Since I trusted in the brand, I did not open and check it. I then moved to the UK and started using my tent and then realise it was a smaller 2 man tent inside the cover of a 2+ man tent. Had spoken to the store at Bangalore, no help so far :(
Sorry to hear about the mis-packaging of an Arpenaz 2 tent inside the bag of the 2+. I would recommend contacting the customer loyalty team by following this link: https://www.decathlon.co.uk/contact-us.html
Quechua UK Product Expert
Ok tent stood up to wet weather. Ties on inner of flysheet that tie to fibreglass poles are ridiculously cheap and extremely nasty. What on earth were your quality control thinking. Previous models had proper velco tags to tie flysheet to poles not ties. The nylon ties are not even hemmed
I bought this tent recently to take it to a festival. The tent is beautiful, spacious, very easy to assemble and fold. It worked very well on a windy and wet night. I am very satisfied with my purchase :-)
Bought as a festival tent for son. Survived 4 days of torrential rain and no leaks. Performed better than pop up types. Reasonable spec and quality for price. Only negatives were the flimsy tie in tags on the inner tent to attach to poles. Better to add sleeving to the inner tent and also additional peg points to fly sheet would be a good idea. To be fair I couldn't compare it with my other tents, quasar, van go,Pheonix phreak or even an ultimate tramp but at the price it's certainly worth a punt.
Good price for a reasonable spec tent.
Tie tags for poles. Should be sleeved