Front Runner Flip Pop Tent – Review

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Today up for review is the Front Runner Flip Pop Tent which was seen in the Lone Wolf Mountain Workcamp Overnight Adventure.

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Price : $166 but at the time of review it’s $139

Two person ground tent. Instant set up: Just throw the tent and watch it unfold – then push in the tent stakes. Quickly folds up flat as a pancake. Store away in the heavy duty canvas carry bag with straps to sling over your back or to secure on top of or underneath your roof rack.

FEATURES: Rain fly. Ventilation. Reflective guy lines. Aluminum tent stakes. Side pockets.
The Flip-Pop is a quality 2 person pop-up tent that sets up in seconds.
The waterproof Fly Sheet (1500mm) 60 “and breathable inner tent are all fixed to the fiberglass poles.
Excellent ventilation with large screened entry, breathable inner tent, 2 windows, and rear vent.
Super fine insect screens will keep out the all the bugs.
Comfortably fits 2 people.(2.350M) 92.5″ Long x (1.43M) 56.3″ Wide.
2 Mesh side pockets for wallets, keys, flashlights, phones, tooth brushes, etc.
2 overhead loops for flashlights or hanging lightweight garments.
Heavy duty canvas carrying case with built in straps can be used as a back pack, or to store away for travel secured to your roof rack.
Folding instructions conveniently fixed to carry bag.
The sturdy 190D Oxford 3000mm floor will keep you dry.
This tent is made of flame resistant fabric and meets the flammability requirements of CPAI-84.
The tent, carry bag and stakes weigh only (3.4Kg) 7.5 lbs.
For folding information, see the folding instructions in the INSTALATION tab.​​
Interior Size:
L 92.5″/235cm x W 56.3″/143cm x H 38.6″/98 cm

Fly Sheet Size:
L 102.4″/260cm x W 63″/160cm x H 40.2″/102cm

Folded Size:
34″/ 86.4cm x 3″ / 7.6cm

Fly sheet :190T polyester PU coated water proof 1500mm
Inner tent :190T Breathable
Floor: 210D Oxford 3000mm
Fiberglass Frame: 6.00mm
Carry bag: 600*300D Oxford

This tent is made of flame resistant fabric and meets the flammability requirements of CPAI-84.

3.4 kg (7.5 lbs) (weight incl. tent, stakes, carry bag)

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Sean Allen Fox says:

$166 dollars isn’t bad is it

Deputy Prepper says:

put this one on my Christmas list to santa

Anthony Simes says:

I really like that tent the front runner it just may be my next purchase for car camping. Thanks Luke for sharing

Virginia Bradley says:

Thanks, — Clark

193001 kiplssd says:

Great review!

Blacktimberw says:

The wife has a green Decathlon (quetchua)one, not sure you have those in the USA;
They’re all basically the same design anyway & perform surprisingly well. Great for car camping, camp sites & garden camping. It’s a shame they don’t make a lighter version for back packing. Ha!
Buggars to pack away though.

110 says:

Another good vid/ review

Andrew Timms says:

Am I allowed to download your videos and watch them on my ipod Luke?

Old Bones Bushcraft says:

Nice little set up.

Irish Zombie Nation says:

Definitely a 2 person if you are not 6’1″ and 240lbs like myself. Maybe just me and my gear. I’d say made for smaller guys.

Sam Reed says:


From City To Wild says:

just got mine! it’s incredible.bigger then i expected and folding it back up was easy,thanks to you.

Dennis Kuenze says:

Nice review Luke. Seems like a nice product. I most often use a hammock when camping but I may just give this tent another look. Thanks for sharing. Enjoy & be safe!

trustbuster23 says:

This is a clever idea for a quick trip where you just want minimal hassle. I have a huge tent for car camping with cots that go inside it – you can stand up inside it, and sleeping in it is like sleeping in your house. It is really nice and comfortable, but also just too much hassle/work to set all that up for a single night – you want to be there at least 4-5 nights to justify the hassle. If you get into your campsite after dark and it is raining, you’d be pretty happy to have this thing. It is too bad it doesn’t have a little gear porch/rain fly.

WhiskyEcho says:

Thanks for the review, Luke. This seems like a great little pop tent. Ever since I started using the Catoma IBNS a couple years back for some of my backpacking trips, I fell in love with pop tents. this seems like a good 2-person option for car camping, etc. Cheers.

kimunicorn says:

I love the tent’s ease. Do you think it would be real hard to create a vestibule area with a tarp set up? Might help to create a dry zone under which to at least park the door area of the tent. That way, giving you a place to come out into, and keeping the entryway dry.

Greg Letter says:

The fiberglass poles/ fiberglass frame in these types of tents start to splinter apart and then eventually break.

Vin DiVergilio says:

Haven’t read all the comments, so maybe this was already asked: is this a 4 season tent?  I am looking for something compact for winter camping and something like this might be the answer for it.  Great video.  Keep up the great and informative reviews, bro!

Stephen Wright says:

Good job reviewing this tent. I think it’s ridiculous, even as a play tent for the kids, except that ‘s too much money for a play tent. I can’t really imagine who this is for. As for the rain in the door issue, a poncho could easily be set up as door cover with a hiking pole and some string.

Christopher Zimmerman says:

first….. 🙂

Gary Ananian says:

How does this tent hold up in high winds?

jlen82 says:

hey Luke, do you watch the Intense Angler on Youtube? He did a video 2 weeks ago about a wood rocket stove. I think it would be a great idea to have one at a camp site.

dustysquito says:

As someone who does a lot of car camping, I love that fast setup idea. However, my girlfriend pretty much requires a cot to sleep on or her back/hips start killing her. Have you ever checked out those easy-up tents you see by Coleman and Ozark Trail that are supposed to be setup in under 2 minutes? It looks like they pop up sort of like those bug net shelters that extend from each leg.

MatteoTSU77 says:

Pop up tents arte very popular and affordable here in Europe (i’m in Italy). Searching for Quetchua on the web: u’ll see! Ciao!!!

South LA Hiker says:

Nice. Thanks.

Mark Jones says:

Bought the ohhuhu hamock it has no seams. $20

Brian Tucker says:

The tent I bought was not 6`5”. And it had a lot of water on the inside when I woke up in the morning. Was not as you said. I’m 5’9” and my head and toes touched both ends.

Patrizia says:

Good tent!!

dave22 says:

I like the coleman instant tent way better

tenminutetokyo says:

What is that cool intro/outro song?

Coolwheelz says:

Love it…….poured the rain!!!

bsykes says:

Is this tent a 4 Season rated?

Roid Boy says:

plz do more tent reviews

DelawareDuff says:

Those models remind me of my Catoma Bug net system, awesome tent !

HunterNugent says:

Great vid. Hope you had a nice T-day! If I get one for the car trunk for the summer days I’m crashing over at my friends house. So much easier than dealing with poles. (and the hammock tent I bought is uncomfortable).

Dara ohuiginn says:

cool idea but super heavy for its size at 3.4Kgs. Cheap but the door issue and weight eliminates from serious consideration for hiking.

Bear track woods says:

Super easy to do. Pop up tent, the way to go. Thank you Luke! Are you will be able to do a video in the future with Solo wood stove?

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