While not the lightest "lightweight" two-person tents on the market, the MSR Missing Link tent may be one of the roomiest. And while the MSR Missing Link may not provide the wind protection you need for weathering a Rocky Mountain Storm at 12,000 feet, it provides open-door protection and ventilation in a heavy rain. This review summarizes the key attributes and performance features of the MSR Missing Link, including a detailed specification summary and assessment of its ease of setup, usability features, wind stability, storm protection, ventilation and condensation resistance, insect protection, and field durability. In addition, the review summarizes some tips and tricks for maximizing the performance of the MSR Missing Link Tent and offers some suggestions for improvement targeted towards the manufacturer.
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