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Naturehike Cloud Up tent review

Reviewer: Happy Hikers Club
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Review:
I recently acquired the new NatureHike Cloud Up 2 tent for backpacking trips. This is a fantastic ‘budget’ option if you are looking to spend under $200 CAD for a lightweight tent.

Coming in at just 4.3lbs, this is a great option. I loved it! The fly doesn’t touch the tent, is well ventilated, has one inside pocket + comes with high quality aluminum tent pegs. After a night on the beach, there was zero condensation on the tent itself! 💦

The vestibule is a nice size too. Overall I am super impressed with this tent, it’s easy to set up and take down for one person and is super spacious for a 2 man tent — enough for you and all your gear.👍🏻

I would highly recommend this to anyone who wants to save on gear without compromising on quality, or if you’re just starting out, this is a stellar option.

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Recently I asked you beautiful lot what you would like to see more of on this IG, and one of those things was.. * drum roll*.. GEAR REVIEWS!!! So I thought I'd begin by busting through some of my ol' trusties… The first one being the Nature Hike Cloud Up 2! Lets get into it… . 💪 SPECS💪 2 man Weight= 1.7kg Compact= 45x13x13 Cost= £170 with footprint, now A LOT cheaper £100-£140 . 💛PROS💛 1) It's sturdy AF, Adam and I have camped out in this bad boy through wind, rain and storm and its still flawless! 2) it's spacious! Not only does it fit 2 people in comfortably but the vestibule has a good space for bags and you can sit up inside 3) you can buy different coloured flys for the outter so green for moorland, grey for beaches etc 🤙 . ⚡CONS⚡ 1) it is really hard to pitch if the ground isn't sturdy – sand and pebble beaches were not our friend as the outer fly is connected to the inner and needs to be pulled tight, this meant some nights were spent with a very noisy, flappy tent 2) the inner gets clipped first, then the fly goes on top, which means that if it is raining the inside can be wet 3) I dislike that the foot end gets so narrow but Adam doesn't give a f**k so I guess that's person preference 😂 . 🌟ADAPTIONS 🌟 We swapped out the pegs for heavier shepherd hook ones as wind is an issue on the coast and moors where we camp. I do this with my lanshan too. . 💡Who else has the nature hike? What other pros and cons would you add to the list?💡 . #tent #gearreview #3ufl #hikinggear #camping #wildcamping #wildernessculture #photography #tactical #ecgear #ultralightpack #beautiful #femaleadventure #ultralight #tentreview #cornwall #kernow #nature #exploring #offthebeatenpath #travelphotography #vegan #veganfitness #wildwoman #thruhike #swcp

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Reviewer: BECA
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Review:
Naturehike Cloud Up 2! Let’s get into it…
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💪 SPECS💪
2 man
Weight= 1.7kg
Compact= 45x13x13
Cost= £170 with footprint, now A LOT cheaper £100-£140
.
💛PROS💛
1) It’s sturdy AF, Adam and I have camped out in this bad boy through the wind, rain & storm, and it’s still flawless!
2) it’s spacious! Not only does it fit 2 people in comfortably but the vestibule has a good space for bags and you can sit up inside
3) you can buy different colored flys for the outer so green for moorland, grey for beaches, etc 🤙
.
⚡CONS⚡
1) it is really hard to pitch if the ground isn’t sturdy – sand and pebble beaches were not our friend as the outer fly is connected to the inner and needs to be pulled tight, this meant some nights were spent with a very noisy, flappy tent
2) the inner gets clipped first, then the fly goes on top, which means that if it is raining the inside can be wet
3) I dislike that the foot end gets so narrow but Adam doesn’t give a f**k so I guess that’s person preference 😂
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🌟ADAPTIONS 🌟
We swapped out the pegs for heavier shepherd hook ones as wind is an issue on the coast and moors where we camp. I do this with my lanshan too.

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