It’s up for debate whether the Forceatt 2 person tent is one of the best 2 person budget backpacking tent on the market, but it certainly seems to be up there – it has a great spec for the price and looks ideal for 1 or 2 people.
Some of the key things to look for in a budget backpacking tent are dimensions (inner dimensions particularly), weight, fabrics, waterproofing, the pole material, pack size and of course, price. The Forceatt 2 person tent seems to score highly on all these attributes.
Let’s dive straight into the spec of the Forceatt 2 person tent.
Forceatt 2 person tent
Length 88.6” (225cm) x Width 53.1” (135cm) x Height 43.3” (110cm)
Doors and porches:
There are two doors and 2 porches, but the porch dimensions are not given.
Outer: 75D 220T tear-resistant polyester
Inner floor: 220D Oxford cloth
Outer: 3000mm HH
Floor: 5000mm HH
7001 series aluminium
16.5” (41cm) x 5.5” (14cm)
Where can I buy it?
AMAZON US – CHECK PRICE
AMAZON UK – CHECK PRICE
On paper the Forceatt 2 person tent certainly looks like a cracking bit of kit for the price:
It has a great length inner at 88.6” (225cm) – ideal for 1 or 2 people, and is suitable for tall people. The walls are reasonably vertical too meaning there will be a lot of room. It’s a good size for 2 people plus some kit, and a very spacious 1 person tent, or 1 person and a dog.
It is lightweight, particularly for 2 people. It is light enough for most people to carry and set up themselves – especially for short backpacking and wild camping trips.
It has an excellent waterproof rating, suitable for the UK.
The tent comes with aluminium poles – a bonus at this price.
Finally, the review scores are good on Amazon and there are a range of colours to choose from. What’s not to like? The Forceatt 2 person tent is featured in our best budget 2 person wild-camping tents article.
General disclaimer: This article has been compiled on a best effort basis from data given on Amazon. We do not guarantee the information/data we have given is correct and cannot be held responsible for incorrect information. Always do your own spec checks before making a purchase.