They have changed a few things And I like them Space enough at this side Basically its a lanshan There are no big differences Lets start with the differences In these few days Fist thing that grabs your attention Are these Reinforcements That looks like dyneema or xpac The material its very similar to 3f backpacks Os if it is stronger, then better it is On both sides It looks a bit longer, As an extension So its closer to the ground I think because there is a piece of mesh on each side So the the tent breathe better In strong rain, this will prevent That the rain spash wets the interior The front and the back are still high, to increase air flow Which is good There is no inner tent The top is just this layer of 20d Front and back has mesh fabric So air flows under and thru the upper window Its exactly the same fabric as in the lanshan Siliconized 20d 2000 mm water resistant on top 5000 mm on the ground But lets check the big changes Same ground fabric, its thin So I recommend to use a protection So your tent last longer 3F Thin usual zippers Good morning again Its still a bit thin 120 cm wide But im looking foward to check the length And check it with a air pad So lets start with Melon Lab The most important test Everbody is looking for Wait…. So this tent is lighter than the usual lanshan The interior is longer But consider it is because it has no inner tent I want to check, after feeling a bit claustrophobic in the lanshan 1 From what is see I feel its roomier than the normal lanshan I dont like to be touching the walls all the time This pad its a thermarest venture regular size Around 185 by 51 cm So you can get an idea of the space First sensation I did not expect this, but there is a logic to it It feels a lot higher As there is no inner tent, you got more space Im on top of the pad, and have plenty of space So first good one My head is not touching the fly Plenty of space I was worried about my feet Will extend the side cord I can see there is plenty of space How if perform in the wind No idea today I was planning a relaxing hike With no test or obligations Just a hike I was thinking… just a hike? No test? Mmmmmmm In windy conditions You have to check your stakes Be sure they are well pitched Side winds are used And as always this fabric, tend to extend after pitching it And you have to readjust it a bit And done Its a trekking pole tent Or as im using carbon fiber poles Its a great option if you are using trekking poles anyway An interesting option The interior space Its just right for 2 persons Most of your stuff will need to be outside But being longer, you could put some stuff inside The fabric Its not the strongest But its light and works well Take some time to compress and put it back in the storage bag Its a good option, because we get a 2 person tent that weight Just around 930 grs Not including the carrying bag and pegs But includes all the ropes you see So that weight for a 2 person shelter, its not bad at all If I had to choose now, I will get PRO Why? For me its simpler in many ways Faster to pitch and pack it The volume is a bit less So is more minimalist The air flow looks like its not bad Need to try out a few nights But there are some mesh windows on top, on sides, and large spaces on front and back Its not a 4 season tent, its just a light tent The best for me, the space to sleep, its long enough for me It feels roomier Feels better You dont need to be too worried about touching the walls And thats it, will to a second review in the near future Dont forget the likes, I love them…. What about the hike?