The Bushnell Roam Series is built tough. Aluminum poles provide strength without added weight and durable ripstop fabric stands up to the roughest use. The simple two-pole design makes setup easy while the included compression sack makes travel ultra-compact. Bushnell’s Weather Shield features defend you from the toughest weather. Water-repellent fabric and fully taped waterproof seams seal-off your tent from the rain while strong aluminum poles and heavy duty tie-downs stand tough against the wind. This Bushnell tent also has large mesh walls to allow for enhanced ventilation and unobstructed views of the night sky. Multiple inner pockets keep essential items close at hand. Store your flashlight in its own easy access pocket, conveniently located right outside the door. Reflective zipper-pulls and piping around the door enhance nighttime visibility for easy tent access.
Bushnell Roam Series 8.5′ x 3′ Backpacking Tent, Sleeps 1:
- Simple 2-pole design allows for fast setup and takedown
- Built tough with aluminum poles and ripstop fabric
- Weather shield technology provides protected, dry-zone camping
- Sleeps 1
- Includes 4-season rainfly with fully taped seams
- Large mesh walls for enhanced ventilation and views
- Compression sack included for compact travel
- Tent stakes included
- Measures: 8.5′ x 3′
- Center height: 36″
- 6-month limited warranty
- Model# BSN-850336
- Attention California Residents: WARNING: this product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm
- Light weight, plenty of room and easy to set up. Quality seems pretty good especially for the price.
- Very lightweight. Easy set up. Easy to repack. Much larger than I thought it was going to be. I’m 5’2″ and I’m able to fit in the tent with my 55lt pack.
- Backpacking isnt cheap. Similar bivy tents run upwards of a few hundred dollars. I picked this one up to test out for my solo hikes. It did not disappoint. I am 5’3″ 130lbs and I have plenty of space for my pad, sleep sack, and my gear (plus me). I can sit up and move comfortably without hitting the sides. The bivy is super easy to set up and take down. The poles are simple. Repacking is the easiest i have ever done with a tent. Usually, it is a nightmare. But more than anything, I would say that the best thing is what you are getting for such a low price. Its lightweight, simple, a bivy tent (not a bivy sack) so it is roomy enough, it compresses nicely, has the rain fly plus netting throughout, and it is affordable. You cannot beat it.
- It was my first campout and it was great easy to assemble and to put away in my backpack it was awesome can’t get any better lightweight small compact. I have made one of the smartest choices in buying this item.
- Waterproof, wind resistant, 1 man has space for a pack, sleep under the stars if you don’t use the fly sheet, very lightweight. Not freestanding but you can make a pole and add it if this is essential to you. You still need to stake a tent for wind resistance anyway. Quick and easy to set up and take down. What a pleasure!
- I used this tent on a 4 day motorcycle/camping tour. it worked great and one night it withstood a heavy down poor and high winds. I’m 6’2′ and I had enough room for me and two small gear bags inside but tight! I have some very expensive tents but this would be my “go-to” single tent for three seasons/light camping. Overall, given the price and that I did not get wet or blown away, I feel likes its a 5 star rating
- The tent only took a few min to set up and everything looks to be nice and sturdy and should last a while. I am 6’1″ and 230 lbs and it fits me just fine and still has room for my pack and all my backpacking gear.
- I love the tent, however there are a few drawbacks. The pocket on the door is on the outside, it would be nice to have one on the inside. Also the most important thing I don’t like is there is NO FOOTPRINT, which is so important. I have spent many hours searching the internet for a footprint to match and have been unable to find one. Which leaves you with only one option, to make one.