Paria Outdoor Products have been making stellar outdoor equipment for quite a while now. Their line of tents is especially interesting, considering their price tags. One such product is Paria Outdoor Products’ Bryce Ultralight Tent. Paria Outdoor Products proudly presents this tent as their answer to more expensive brands which often cost 3 times as much. The Paria Ultralight is in the 150.00 range. Does it deliver? Here is our verdict:
Features of the Bryce Outdoor Products Hiking Tent
The Bryce Ultralight weighs just 2 lbs making it one of the lightest tents on the market. Being this light has its obvious advantages. It is light enough to carry around and can collapse into a backpacker friendly package whenever you want it too.
The promise of a Lifetime Warranty is a Godsend. Outdoor equipment can get messed up pretty quickly and if a product as expensive as The Bryce Ultralight Tent ends up damaged, it proves to be a nightmare for some. A Lifetime Warranty isn’t only an added feature, it’s a necessity and we think Paria did a great job offering such a standout feature.
The Bryce Ultralight can survive the harshest of climate condition. The use of durable materials on everything ranging from 20D Silicon coated Nylon fly to 40D Silicon coated Nylon floor and footprint make it exceptionally sturdy.
The Bryce Ultralight is not only built like a tank, but it is also pretty easy to set up. An efficient and quick set up using the bundled in footprint, fly and poles. Such an efficient assembly makes the tent versatile and able to be used in a variety of situations.
Waterproofing is a major concern when it comes to outdoor tents. So Paria Outdoor Products use 5000mm thick Silicon coating. This coating ensures that the tent remains waterproof even in a heavy shower.
The Bryce Ultralight also comes in a few configurations. There is a 1 person option and the other one comes with an option for 2 persons.
And last but not the least, The Brye Ultralight Tent comes with almost everything bundled in like 7000 series aluminum Y-stakes, reflective Dyneema guy lines, micro line adjusters and a pole repair splint.
- The design is quite good and also practical
- Extremely lightweight
- Ventilation is very well done
- Feels robust and long lasting
- Design focus on waterproofing
- One of the best, if not the best, value propositions
- We would like to see more room
- The mesh feels less robust than other materials
- Unfortunately, it only comes in one color
At the end of the day, The Bryce Ultralight Tent deserves every penny of its asking price. This tent can easily stand up to the more expensive hiking tents and it has a high quality feel.CLICK HERE TO CHECK THE PRICE AT AMAZON