Do you ever find that your nose and feet are poking against the slope of most small hiking tents? Oztrail have found a way to optimise space by adding posts to each end of the tent - this raises each end of the tent, preventing a harsh slope and giving you more head and feet space. The single east west pole design which means less fussing around fixing your shelter up, and more time for resting or taking in the spectacular views – which is always a good thing.
This tent will be a spacious sleep for one, or a cosy one for two. If you’re sharing your tent with your partner, the good news is that there are two doors on each side of the Razorback – so you can get up as much as you like without having to climb over a grumpy hiker in the dead of night. If you’re known for occasionally over-packing on your trips, you’ll have some extra space for storage for your gear in the two side vestibules. If you do get caught in a shower, the fly of the Razorback has a high waterhead rating and heat taped seams to keep you nice and dry.
Gear lofts are a great way to keep your valuables safe and out of the way – which is why Oztrail have added a detachable one with this tent. If you love to go hiking and bushwalking in balmy summer weather - but you can’t stand feeling too restricted – the Oztrail Razorback will give you that extra head and foot height without the added weight.
How does this compare with the zempire 2p tent?
Really good question. And I'm going to come out and be bold and say, the Zempire Zeus (2P) is a better tent in pretty much every way. It's more spacious, the fly and floor are more durable and just nicer, the components are better, and they weigh almost the same - the Zeus is 2.8kg and the Razorback is 2.4kg. Why would you buy a Razorback over a Zeus? The price would be my only consideration. Hope that helps with your decision. Cheers, Paul
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