OutdoorsmanLab 3 Person Tent For Camping, Backpacking, Mountaineering -lightweight, Easy Setup Water-resistant Dome Family Camping Tent w/ Great Storage Space

November 16, 2017 - Comment
Add to Cart $119.99Amazon.com Price
(as of April 7, 2020 05:48 GMT+0200 - Details)

Lightweight, easy to set up and take down, the tent is a great choice for all types of camping and conditions. The OutdoorsmanLab 3 Person Tent includes 2 large doors for easy entry/exit, rugged fabrics for weather protection, easy set-up w/ pole clips to attached tent to shock-corded fiberglass frame, and great ventilation through 4 windows.

Size:7 ft x 7 ft x 52 in (Center height is 52 inches)

Pole Material: 8.5 mm fiberglass

Product Features

  • SUPER EASY TO SETUP & EASY ENTRY/EXIT: Specially designed pole clips let you instantly attach tent & pole at ease. No more time consuming troublesome process of putting poles through the tent fabric. TWO LARGE DOORS allow easy entry / exit.
  • EXTREME WEATHER PROTECTION: Welded floors w/ Rugged 1000D polyethylene and inverted seams to keep water out. Waterproof rainfly with taped seam is extended to cover more overhead space and provide better weather protection.
  • GREAT STORAGE SPACE: This tent has 2 large mesh side pockets, a large overhead mesh pocket, and a ceiling hook (for lamp) for all your valuables and outdoor gear.
  • SUPERIOR VENTILATION & AIR FLOW: 4 windows (2 large & 2 small) on all 4 sides ensures great ventilation and great views wherever you are (even in rain, w/ rainfly on)
  • EXTREMELY EASY TO CARRY: This OutdoorsmanLab 3 person tent is lightweight and compact. It’s up to 33% lighter (6 lbs vs. 9 lbs) than regular 3 person tent and packed smaller than most 2 person tent!

Comments

martin says:

love it Worked great.. but this is definitely only big enough for 1 person to sleep comfortably.

Amazon Customer says:

Pole shattered I grew up camping and was getting ready for a 3 day festival so I ordered this tent. It has not directions except for 3 drawings on the tag of the bag it came in. Attempting to erect it (before I was actually camping) one of the poles shattered. It is so flimsy and poorly made I cannot imagine how there are reviews that are above 2 stars. Now I have to find a real tent on short notice.

William Grubbs says:

Good features, poor quality materials The material used for the floor of the tent is wholly inadequate. I’ve used this tent twice, both times in a campground. The first time was on a tentpad filled with sand, the second time on a forest floor covered with pine needles (nice and soft). After the second use, I noticed several small holes (larger than a pine needle could have made) in the floor of the tent, completing ruining any chance of keeping water out. I don’t know what caused the holes or which use created them, but I’m not…

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