- Gear loft
- Ceiling hook for a lantern
- Fire retardant materials
The WhiteHills is the heaviest tent in the review, but only slightly, and it offers some features others have missed out on. Once set up, you’ll find a gear loft to keep your essential items out of harm’s way and a central hook to hang a lantern from, two useful features.
The rainfly is constructed from 210T ripstop polyester, common on many backpacking tents, with a 150D Oxford groundsheet with a PU3000 rating.
An internal height of almost 3.5 feet gives a spacious interior, with room for two people and their gear.
Ventilation in a tent is an essential factor, and the WhiteHills doesn’t disappoint, with a mesh ceiling, flysheet vents, and good space between the inner tent and rainfly.