Poor Design, Get What You Pay For
When I first decided on this tent, I was hoping for something better. We go camping as a family and needed a tent that was spacious and liked the cabin design since we could have plenty of room to do whatever we needed. One big issue with this tent, if you are going to go camping in a place with wind, do not buy it. The poles were completely inadequate to hold up the tent in strong winds and we had to try to temporarily repair it with duct tape and other materials. Another issue is water. The rain fly does not do a good job of keeping water off of the sides of the tent, and some of the zippers can let water in when they are unzipped while wet. I would say the problems with this tent probably exist because of how big it is (cabin style tents are very large), and how hard it is to make a cabin style that doesn't get wet inside or collapse under heavy winds. If you are looking for a sturdy tent, definitely look elsewhere.