QUALITY STEEL & MATERIALS – The poles used in the high-rise building are made of aluminum, so they are strong and lightweight. Aluminum poles last much longer than the fiberglass ones that come with cheaply made tents, and they are more resilient because they bend before breaking. The sturdy 150 denier fabrics that make up the tent body and tent can withstand many adventures, and we think the throw is a nice touch.
QUICK AND EASY SETUP – One of the things we love most about the Highrise is how easy it is to pitch. The pole structure is simple and clear. And there’s color coding to eliminate guesswork when orienting the pieces. Like most dome tents, two long poles intersect at the top and sit in the four corners. Then two short posts in sleeves slide over the doors to pull the walls taut and maximize space. It only takes a few minutes to set up this tent as a couple. We found it very intuitive when we first set it up, and there’s a handy diagram printed on the label inside the gear bag.