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  • Quadratic tent pitched by a lake in high winds

‘This tent is a bunker’ –

Winterfjell is German website specializing in Scandanavian winter hiking and skiiing. They recently tested the Quadratic Tent; here are some of their experts’ comments:

This tent is a bunker. I would even count it in the same league as The North Face VE25 or Mountain Hardwear EV3 (now called ACI3)

The Quadratic beats the VE25 with its integrated pitching and lighter weight. Compared to the Quadratic, the EV3 has no vestibule for cooking, and no inner tent. The Quadratic tent is very fairly priced.

Right there I see a good niche for The Theory Works Quadratic expedition tent and would consider it as a mountain tent right away.

Quadratic Tent System receives “Buying Tip” from “Outdoor Magazin”

Quadratic Tent, with Outdoor Magazin Kauf-Tipp Logo

“Outdoor”, a leading German magazine has awarded the Quadratic™ Tent their “Buying Tip” in their February 2019 Issue. Some of their comments (translated) include:

Already without both side poles (300 g) it looks good, with them – like a rock in the surf. Continuous rain and wind have no chance.

With the Quadratic, The Theory Works offers an innovative, individually configurable all-rounder with terrific value for money.


Read more of their comments here.

Quadratic Tent System review from Sven at

Overall, the Quadratic tent system left a very good impression. The processing of the individual components is excellent and the system generally well thought out… … No matter which combination you choose, the price is quite fair for the offered quality and the unique modularity. If you travel a lot in different regions and / or in all seasons, such a flexible tent system could certainly be worthwhile.

To find out more about Sven’s test, you can read his review (in German) here.