Originally Posted by Mustardman
It seemed pretty breathable - we set it up in the morning when it was still somewhat humid from the sprinklers and whatnot, and left it set up as the sun rose and it warmed up quite a bit. It never felt stuffy or anything like that. I can't really give any indication of how condensation will work until I get some genuinely cold weather, but it felt breathable enough. It would also be easy enough to vent it as needed with the huge zippered door.
This my true concern .. especially in sub zero temps .. I have talked to Brandon about having a Spindrift done in canvas .. I'd really like thoughts on if the Spindrift would work as is in sub-zero temps .. would it even compare to canvas ??
** Brandon .. what material is the Spindrift made from ?? **