Review: Marmot Aeros 3P

Tipping the scales at 5 pounds 3 ounces, the Aero weighs you down. But this ample weight serves a purpose: It’s the largest tent we tested. Like classic campers from the ’60s, bent-knee poles start perpendicular to the ground, reducing wasted space in this 45.5-square-foot palace. Two rooftop crossbars and two near vertical sidewalls further maximize usable space, despite a height of only 41 inches. It may be heavy, even a little ugly, but all that extra room really makes it feel taller.

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