Perfect for small families or couples who want more room in their shelter, this ALPINE DESIGN® Horizon 5 tent can house 1 queen-size airbed and a handful of sleeping bags. Its steep sidewall design generates extra headroom, while the gear loft and 2 storage pockets provide space for packs and other small accessories. It's rated for three seasons of use; the exterior and removable rainfly are both coated for superior water repellency.
Sleeping Capacity: 5 Person
Number of Rooms: 1
Tent Floor Length: 10 ft
Tent Floor Width: 9 ft
Peak Height: 72 inches
Interior Pockets: 2 Pockets
Provides an extra layer to protect against bad weather.
Steep sidewall design provides extra headroom
Coated body and rainfly for superior water repellency
Before the first use I applied a waterproofing spray to the entire fly and material. The seams where the tub ( the bottom ) meets the fabric are worthless. In a 3 hour rain, puddles formed inside along the edges except for the front which is protected better with the rain fly. With a 74 inch interior height it is my only option as I'm 73 inch tall. It is VERY easy to setup even for 1 person. I've now applied silicon along the seam and will await the next storm. I believe the tent is the same as the Coleman Kenai which I had for years. That tent had the same rain issue. It also held up to high winds.
I am not expecting this tent to be rain proof but this newer version of this tent does not come with built in loops for pulling the rain fly away from the tent. Pulling the rain fly away allows for air circulation as well as they help to eliminate moisture dripping inside due to rain fly sitting along the tent materIal. They use to have side rain fly zippers for lots of air movement as well as guides with strings:( only things good about this tent now is easy two main pole design as well as standing room height.
I have only set the tent up, not actually used it. Was surprised how big it is, guess I should have looked at measurements better. Should be comfortable. Am wishing it had a tarp type bottom. Instructions said takes two people to set up, I was disappointed, but found that other than the rain fly, it was handleable by one person!