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Wenzel Current Hiker Two-Person Tent (Blue/Grey)

by Wenzel
2.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)

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Product Features

  • Lightweight, compact, and weatherproof 2-person tent for biking and hiking
  • Dutch "D" style front door with screen and rear vent for airflow
  • Protected from top to bottom with Weather Armor fabrics, sealed seams, and welded floor
  • Lightweight and sturdy fiberglass frame
  • Includes stakes and storage duffel

Product Information

Technical Details
Item Weight1.4 Kg
Product Dimensions40.6 x 11.4 x 11.4 cm
Item model number36447
Weight1.5 kilograms
Number of Items1
Brand NameWenzel
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank #17,726 in Sports & Outdoors (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.8 Kg
Date First AvailableMarch 5 2013
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Product Description

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Lightweight, sturdy, and weatherproof, the Hiker 2-person Tent from Wenzel is a great choice for the hiker/biker who doesn't want to pack a heavy sleep space. Able to sleep 1 to 2 people comfortably, the Hiker features a "D" style door with mesh and a rear vent with mesh for easy access and ventilation. Built for any weather, the Hiker features all Weather Armor fabrics that boast high UV-resistant properties with polyurethane, water resistant coating for weatherproof durability. The 1000-millimeter polyester taffeta floor is welded, not sewn, to prevent water entry and armor tough seams sewn throughout the tent body prevent water penetration. The tent's lightweight fiberglass frame is sturdy and stable for a great night's sleep on the road or trail.


  • Sleep capacity: 1 to 2
  • Center height: 36 inches
  • Footprint: 48 to 37 inches wide by 82 inches long
  • (1) Dutch "D" style door
  • Rear vent
  • Sonic sealed, welded 1000-millimeter polyester taffeta floor
  • Lightweight fiberglass frame
  • Weather Armor fabrics

What's in the Box?
Tent and fly, stakes, storage duffel

About Wenzel:
Wenzel has been bringing families together and creating lasting memories in the outdoors for the last 120 years. When the sun rose on the first family campers in America, Wenzel was there. Wenzel has built a company around the basic human need to escape, recharge, and connect with the outdoors. Wenzel creates the modern tools that families require to experience the outdoors in comfort. To do this, they run each product through a very specialized filter--their own families. New features for family camping are easy to talk about in boardrooms with power point presentations, but are a whole different story in the middle of the woods. Wenzel knows what family camping is like, which is why they make the tents easy to set up, take down and pack away for next time.

Customer Reviews

2.3 out of 5 stars
2.3 out of 5 stars
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Not bad Feb. 26 2012
By bb
This is an affordable, lightweight tent. It fits easily into a bag for hiking or whatever. Its extremely tight though, and can be tricky to get inside. Don't try to turn around :) It will stand up to serious wind, but can be delicate if you knock the strings when you're getting in and out.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Dissapointed March 18 2014
By Spencer
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First of all, this is not a two person tent. My girlfriend and I barely squished ourselves into it and we are not very big. The other thing that we didn't like was the way condensation accumulates inside this thing. We spent the night in it and our sleeping bags were soaked by early morning. I'm just glad I wasn't halfway through a backpacking trip when I realized its shortcomings.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Better than nothing - barely July 27 2013
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The good? It really is cheap, light, waterproof, and mosquito-proof. And it fits into neat little spots in the woods.
The bad? I had to wake up in the middle of the night and wipe down the condensation, as it was so bad it was giving me asthma. I dried off the condensation again in the morning, and left the tent open to dry in the sun all day, and it was okay that night. But then it rained. The rain didn't come in - except when I had to go to the bathroom, which involved crawling out on my hands and knees onto wet soil. But when I'd dried off the condensation as best I could in the morning, the tent was still wet. It was still raining outside. What could I do? Stay in and get asthma? Go out and get soaked? I chose to go out and get soaked. So we have a tent that is halfways useable as long as the sun shines.
I might add that, due to the awkward construction, I'm still trying to get the thing dry enough to put away, two months later! I'll think it's dry, and then I find a corner that's still wet, so I turn it inside out, put it in the sun, and before it's dry it gets rained on, and all the little corners are wet again, and on and on we go.
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