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Eureka Grand Manan Tour Tent with Screenroom/Vestibule

Item #: 27900

Our Price: $379.97

Regular Price: $429.90

SAVINGS: $49.93 (12%)

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The Eureka Grand Manan Tour is a sturdy stable tent that will sleep 4-5 people. It features straight side walls to create more usable space inside the tent. The front room is either a screenroom or a vestibule depending on your needs. You can store stuff out of the way, leave your wet shoes, or just relax in the screened area. The full coverage fly completely envelops the tent and will keep you dry and snug. The front vestibule flap can be rigged as an awning with 2 additional poles (separate purchase). A small rear vestibule can be used to store shoes or whatever else needs stashing and the second door is a great convenience. And as a bonus multiple zippers on the front vestibule allow you to open and close it in many ways for improved ventilation or convenience. Well ventilated and easy to set up the Grand Manan Tour is a family tent with the ability to please all.

  • Sleeps 4-5
  • Roomy front screenroom or vestibule (no floor) with 6' height - great for lounging or storage
  • All main fly and floor seams are factory sealed with seam tape
  • 2 Doors - Sleeping area has front and back 'D' Style doors
  • Fly covering the front door can be converted to an awning with optional poles
  • Freestanding 2 +1 pole design is easy to set up
  • The floor is a 75D Polyester tensioned perimeter seam bathtub design.
  • 75D StormShield Polyester fly won't stretch when wet
  • Good venting from the mesh roof and 2 large closable side vents
  • 4 interior Storage pockets help organization
  • N!ergy System compatible (add the E! Power Pak and accessories) and includes a Power Port for an extension cord
  • Vestibule/Screenroom can be reconfigured into an awning in minutes with extra 7' aluminum pole (sold separately)
  • Shockcorded durable fiberglass frame
  • A combination of clips and sleeves make set up fast and easy
  • Post and grommet pole to body connection is fast and simple
  • Hi/Lo venting doors to keep condensation down and comfort up
  • External guy points to keep the tent stable in storms and high winds
  • The tent is natural woodland colors that are unobtrusive and pleasing
  • All carry bags included
  • Fire Retardant
  • Import.

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Eureka Grand Manan Tour Tent with Screenroom/Vestibule
 
4.7

(based on 15 reviews)

100%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Waterproof (15)
  • Comfortable (12)
  • Fly works well (12)
  • Durable (10)
  • Windproof (9)

Cons

  • Heavy (9)

Best Uses

  • Car camping (14)
  • Backyard (7)
    • Reviewer Profile:
    • Casual/ recreational (11), Avid adventurer (3)
    • What Is Your Gear Style:
    • Comfort driven (12)
    • Was this a gift?:
    • No (12)

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3.0

No tent is perfect

By Family campers

from Columbus, OH

About Me Avid Adventurer

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Fly Works Well
  • Good zippers
  • Roomy
  • Versatile Vestibule
  • Waterproof
  • Windproof

Cons

  • Collects Condensation
  • Difficult To Set Up
  • Flimsy Construction
  • Heavy

Best Uses

    Comments about Eureka Grand Manan Tour Tent with Screenroom/Vestibule:

    I did a TON of research before buying this tent. My family of 4 plus large dog has car camped for 15 years. We typically camp for only a weekend at a time on primitive sites, but at least once a year, we go farther from home, for about a 10 day trip, so I won't buy a tent that doesn't have a full rain fly and I prefer the geodesic designs for their ability to stand up to strong winds. The challenge I have is that my tall husband and son couldn't stand up inside the geodesic tent that we had before and each time my hubby had to crouch down to enter the low vestibule I was hearing lots of grumbling and cursing. So with this purchase, I was looking for wind and rain resistance, but with more room for sleeping and standing up, and a taller entry. I purchased the Grand Manon Tour because it is one of the largest full rainfly tents you can buy and it also has one of the tallest and most spacious vestibule entries in a geodesic design. Overall, my feeling is that there are a lot of good reasons to buy this tent, but it's not perfect. Here are the pro's: The floor space is fully maximized because of the unique shape of the poles on the Grand Manon (they are straight up for the first 18 inches from the ground before they start to curve, so you can fully use the floor space for sleeping without a tent curving into your face). There is enough room for 4 people and a dog to sleep comfortably, but it would be pretty cramped if we had to add another person OR if we had to store our luggage inside the tent. One of my favorite things about this tent is the vestibule. It is very large and easy for a tall person to get into. It can be set up fully screened or fully enclosed by the fly. In the vestibule, we were able to store 4 suitcases, all of our shoes, a dirty laundry bag and still have room to set up a small folding chair in order to sit down to take off or put on shoes...that was REALLY nice for tall people! We also purchased the 2 tent poles to put up the awning (the door of the vestibule), which really makes the vestibule even more versatile. The rain fly for this tent is REALLY GREAT...it extends out about a foot in most directions beyond all the edges of the tent (important to keep in mind if you are planning to set up your tent in a small space, having the fly on will increase the given floor dimensions considerably). The fly is also extremely easy to attach and adjust with the well thought out latches and straps. On our last outing, we experienced quite a heavy downpour of rain on two days and did not have a tarp over the tent at all (did have one underneath the tent though as we always do) and we experienced no leaking of rain in the tent whatsoever. I wouldn't hesitate to say that it is the best rain fly I've ever used on a tent. One of the nights it got down to 40 degrees and we stayed warm inside, however, we had some condensation appearing underneath the rain fly. Not enough that it leaked onto us or got anything wet, but we decided to open one of the low vents on the side of the tent the next night and this seemed to alleviate the problem. Also one more good thing about this tent...the zippers are awesome...all can be worked with one hand, they slide up and down very smoothly. Now...the con's: this tent is SOOOO heavy! The poles that this tent uses are some kind of material that I am unfamiliar with...not a metal and not fiberglass. They are REALLY heavy...which stinks for us because when we go camping on our shorter trips to the primitive sites...we have to hike in about a half mile...not going to be fun with this tent. The stakes that come with the tent are as everyone else has mentioned, not reliable...get your own supply of stakes. The bag that comes with the tent is ok...but with such heavy poles, doubt it will hold up for long, Eureka should have attached a shoulder or any kind of strap to the bag to help carry this heavy tent. The instructions are just on paper...not sewn into the tent bag as most higher priced tent manufacturers do. So these are all the reasons I did not rate this tent a 5 star. The thing that prevents me from rating as 4 stars is: this tent is REALLY hard to set up. Not technically hard, physically hard to set up. I've set up tents for 20 years and can do most of them with out needing any instructions and have been able to set up all of them by myself when needed. NOT TRUE with this tent. It would not be possible for anyone to set this up by yourself for two reasons...the tent poles are so heavy and long that it's very difficult to keep one up while inserting the other. And secondly...the tent itself is stretched SOOOO tight on the poles that it takes two people. I read and re-read the instructions the first time I put the tent up because I couldn't imagine that the sleeves on the tent were supposed to be that tight on the poles. It takes one person pulling the tent sleeve down the pole with a LOT of pressure while another person bends the pole with a lot of pressure (you can hear creaking noises coming from the poles, that make me very nervous!) in order to insert the end of the pole into the grommet that holds the pole in place (at the base of the tent). I thought maybe the poles were just tight and would break in after some use, but on our third time of setting up the tent, the pressure from the poles on the grommet was so strong that that the grommet just snapped right out of the strap and is no longer usable. Luckily, there is one more grommet on the strap, so we can still set the tent up, but I will be contacting Campmor to exchange the tent for a replacement since if the other grommet breaks out, it would no longer be possible to set up the tent. I hadn't noticed any other reviewers mention this problem about the tent being tight or difficult to set up and for that reason, I am wondering if I may have happened to get a dud...possibly the tent was incorrectly sewn and is actually defective. I am certainly hoping that is the case and if after receiving the replacement tent, I find that is the case, I will upgrade my rating to 4 stars. I will update this review after I've received and set up the exchanged tent.

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    5.0

    Excellent Tent For thed Car Camper

    By Chuck

    from Western Maryland

    About Me Casual/ Recreational

    Pros

    • Fly Works Well
    • Roomy
    • Standing Room
    • Sturdy
    • Waterproof
    • Windproof

    Cons

    • Fiberglass Poles Vs Al
    • Heavy
    • Pole Sleeves Vs Clips

    Best Uses

    • Backyard
    • Car Camping

    Comments about Eureka Grand Manan Tour Tent with Screenroom/Vestibule:

    Let's start with ease of set-up - this tent can be done by one individual that has patience and knowledge of a pole and sleeve type construction that this tent uses. A pole and clip construction is much simpler, but I suspect Eureka did not use tha clip design to provide added structural strength (I'll get back to that later). Two people make the set up much simpler (approx. 15 to 20 minutes for the tent, another 10 for the fly). The "knee" end pieces provide for a much roomier interior, providing a nearly vertical 18" side wall before the arch begins.

    Back to structural strength - I had my tent set up during the 2012 duracho - a 70 mph sustained horizontal wind blast - this beast withstood everything the storm had to offer. The valley we were camping in (SW WV)was without electric power for 2 weeks due to the fallen trees that did not stand up to the wind.

    I'm 6'4 and have plenty of head room to stand up. We use a queen sized air mattress that makes this very comfortable. The front and rear doors make the tent very accessible. The full length bottom edge screen areas provide for great cross ventilation. The front screened vestibule is handy for keeping the leaves and dirt out of the main tent, and is roomy enough to keep two chairs and a couple of coolers. The tent also has an electric power port and sleeve to allow for interior lighting/fan if desired. Eureka really has thought through this family tent very well

    My biggest compliant is the difficulty I have in getting the fiberglass poles pushed through the sleeves, but with experience I'm getting better. The trick seems to be to push them through while your helper is making sure the ferrules (metal connectors between the poles) do not snag the mesh sleeve.

    Another suggestion for purchasers, and this is based upon experience with other fiberglass poles, is to contact the manufacturer and purchase a set of back up poles. Fiberglass has a tendency to split over time and I think the poles are more likely to wear out before the tent or fly fabric. In the care insturctions, Eureka warns against dropping the poles on their ends, because this can begin the splitting process.

    Like another reviewer, I also purchased a separate canvas storage bag. I can never seem to reroll the tent and stuff it back in to the original bag. So I don't fight it, and the canvas bag is big enough to carry the ground cloth, the emergency pole set, and the small carpets we use for the the vestibule.

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    • No

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    4.0

    After a lot of research........

    By Unclered

    from Michigan

    About Me Casual/ Recreational

    Pros

    • Comfortable
    • Fly Works Well
    • Waterproof

    Cons

    • Difficult To Set Up
    • Heavy

    Best Uses

    • Backyard
    • Car Camping

    Comments about Eureka Grand Manan Tour Tent with Screenroom/Vestibule:

    I am afraid of Buyer's remorse when I make a purchase, especially over the internet. After one miserable attempt to unsuccessfully pitch this tent I thought this was just one more remorseful purchase.

    To be honest, my first attempt at pitching the tent wasn't my finest hour. My main concern with this tent was the fiberglass poles and they were the reason I almost returned it. They are heavy and cumbersome. My first time trying to feed the poles through the mesh sleaves really frustrated me. Instead of the smooth connecting aluminum poles I'm used to these have a metal sleeve connecting at each joint (all 11 of them per pole). They catch on the mesh sleeves and are difficult to slide through.

    On my second attempt it went much smoother (although not perfect). The shock cord is not tight enough and the poles have a good chance of separating while being inserted into the sleeves. I may attempt to shorten the cords to make them stay together better.

    I think the first time I was afraid to really put a bend in the fiberglass poles, therefore, not accomplishing my goal. I have heard stories of fiberglass poles breaking more easily than aluminum. The second time I was a little more determined and managed to get it set up. I believe it will get better but I DO have concerns about setting up this tent by myself when I occasionally go camping alone.

    A requirement for a tent was that I needed a rainfly that could be rolled up, while attached, for ventilation and this one does just that. The window is close to the floor so I should experience some nice breeze even with the rain fly on. We needed privacy and this one provides that completely even without the rainfly attached. Both large front and rear doors can be either mesh or closed.

    I really liked the idea of a screened vestibule......yay! Perfect for a couple tent chairs while hiding from bugs.

    I wanted standing room and this measures about 6 1/2 feet at the center......plenty tall enough.

    This tent is seam sealed with the bathtub floor, another huge plus.

    Tons of guy outs and lots of ventilation options as well.

    I set it up in the yard this week to make sure I liked the tent seeing as I am in Michigan and wouldn't tent until spring. My wife and I slept in it the past three nights with last night's temps dipping to 27 degrees. I had my Edenpure heater inside and managed to be very comfortable. There is a small zippered area to run a power cord inside.

    We had a moderate rain one entire day and all stayed dry inside. I have no idea how it will stand up against the wind but there are MANY guy outs on the rain fly so I think it will be fine.

    The tent comes with plenty of stakes but I have ordered 16 MSR Ground Hog Stakes with a lifetime warranty. They will improve stability for sure.

    I am excited to use this tent next year and will soon start booking reservations. I turned 66 this summer and am new at camping. I am having a blast!

    I didn't give the Grand Manan Tour 5 stars just because of the fiberglass poles. Poles and all weigh near 30 lbs. I will eliminate the stuff sack as I just ordered a 40" duffle bag to lug it around.

    I am excited about using this tent and hope my first look review didn't turn anyone away from getting it. It looks extremely promising.

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    5.0

    Eureka- another great product!!

    By a family of musicians

    from Pennsylvania

    About Me Casual/ Recreational

    Verified Buyer

    Pros

    • Comfortable
    • Easy To Set Up
    • Fly Works Well
    • Sturdy
    • Waterproof
    • Windproof

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Backyard
      • Beach
      • Car Camping

      Comments about Eureka Grand Manan Tour Tent with Screenroom/Vestibule:

      I've had my Eureka Mushroom tent for over 30 years and it was great! Time to replace it, so I purchased the Grand Manon Tour! What a blessing, through downpours and wind in W. Va. at a music festival we were warm, and dry! My 6'2 husband loved that he could stand up in it, and it had PLENTY of room for all our gear and instruments while camping. Looking forward to our next trip in a couple weeks! Thank you for another great product! and it was shipped to us so fast!

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      • No

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      (4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      Excellent base camp tent

      By Loving Nature

      from Iowa City, IA

      About Me Casual/ Recreational

      See all my reviews

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Comfortable
      • Easy To Set Up
      • Fly Works Well
      • FULL fly
      • Sturdy
      • Waterproof
      • Windproof

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Car Camping

        Comments about Eureka Grand Manan Tour Tent with Screenroom/Vestibule:

        This is an excellent tent! We have tested it in a wide variety of situations with no problems: 40+ mph winds, heavy rain, extreme heat, freezing temperatures. This is one of few affordable tents that fit our needs:
        -full rain fly for extreme storms
        -front vestibule for gear storage/cooking during a rain/washing up
        -large enough for a queen airbed and another small bed - we comfortably sleep four people on airbeds
        -front and rear entrances

        Other features we were pleased to find in this tent:
        -low windows on the sides for panoramic view when laying
        -being able to stand comfortable in all parts of the tent; no crouching
        -front vestibule rain fly can be held up with polls for a front awning

        We had the front vestibule pole develop a small crack in one of the sections after high winds. Campmor took the product back and glued the pole. (could have been done at home, but nice that they did that for us)

        We have recommended this to friends and they have purchased it as well. It is a quality product.

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        • No

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        (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

         
        4.0

        Waterproof out of the box

        By Zaphod

        from Wallingford, CT

        About Me Casual/ Recreational

        Verified Buyer

        Pros

        • Comfortable
        • Easy To Set Up
        • Fly Works Well
        • Waterproof

        Cons

        • Heavy

        Best Uses

        • Car Camping

        Comments about Eureka Grand Manan Tour Tent with Screenroom/Vestibule:

        Set this this tent for the first time out of the box and in the dark without reading the instructions. 3 poles and 3 sleeves, it doesn't get much simpler. It held up to some very heavy rains while keeping my gear bone dry.

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        • Comfort Driven

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        5.0

        great tent, we love it.

        By mom for 2 boys

        from worcester,ma

        About Me Casual/ Recreational

        Verified Buyer

        Pros

        • Comfortable
        • Easy To Set Up
        • Sturdy
        • Waterproof

        Cons

        • Heavy

        Best Uses

        • Backyard
        • Car Camping

        Comments about Eureka Grand Manan Tour Tent with Screenroom/Vestibule:

        it is our first tent, we just used last weekend, we love it. you need two perple to set it up but it is easy and fast. and inside the height is great. the design of the front screen room is very nessesary to avoid the insects come it the sleeping room whenever you open the door.so far we did camp in the rain, hoping it will be ok. it is great quality ,we like it.

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        • No

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        5.0

        Quality Product

        By Ray

        from Newburyport, MA

        See all my reviews

        Verified Buyer

        Pros

        • Good ventilation
        • Like the Vestibule
        • Superior design-low canop
        • Waterproof

        Cons

        • On heavy side-acceptable

        Best Uses

        • Car Camping

        Comments about Eureka Grand Manan Tour Tent with Screenroom/Vestibule:

        We use the tent as a permanent extra outside room along with our modest camper at a permanent site for the summer in all weather.
        I am particularly pleased with the intelligent and thoughtful design. That is a Eureka tent

        Comment on this review

         
        5.0

        Fantastic

        By Ray

        from Newburyport, MA

        About Me Avid Adventurer

        See all my reviews

        Verified Buyer

        Pros

        • Comfortable
        • Easy To Set Up
        • Fly Works Well
        • Sturdy
        • Waterproof
        • Windproof

        Cons

          Best Uses

          • Car Camping

          Comments about Eureka Grand Manan Tour Tent with Screenroom/Vestibule:

          Expensive but a good value. Class Eureka expert technical design, good materials, good ventilation.[...]

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          • Comfort Driven
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          • No

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          (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

           
          5.0

          You won't be dissapointed DISCONTINUED??

          By PDN

          from Clarendon, NY

          About Me Casual/ Recreational

          Verified Buyer

          Pros

          • Comfortable
          • Fly Works Well
          • Great family tent
          • Sturdy
          • Waterproof
          • Windproof

          Cons

          • Heavy
          • Needs more cords
          • Needs more stakes

          Best Uses

          • Car Camping
          • Don't carry to far

          Comments about Eureka Grand Manan Tour Tent with Screenroom/Vestibule:

          Roomy, waterproof, great vestibule/door awning, great ventilation, It is heavy because it is well built/strong

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          • No

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          • Q:

            Is there a floor available to purchase for the vestibule?
            Asked on 5/28/2014 by Ross from Michigan

            1 answer

            • Staff Reviewer

              A:

              No. A floor is not available for the vestibule for this tent.

              Answered on 5/28/2014 by Bob from Campmor
          • Q:

            do the side windows have zip shut or just tie shut
            Asked on 2/20/2014 by K

            1 answer

            • Staff Reviewer

              A:

              The side windows can be closed. The roof vent can not be closed. The door and rear window do not have zip in flaps. the fly covers the door and window.

              Answered on 2/25/2014 by Steve from Campmor
          • Q:

            Does the Grand Manan Tour tent have roll up sides like the ones seen on the Grand Manan 9? If not what is the ventilation like without this feature. Thanks.
            Asked on 6/21/2012 by Kaingona from Dunseith, ND

            1 answer

            • Staff Reviewer

              A:

              The front vestibule can be manipualted in many different wyas to open up the front of the tent for ventilation. The rear vestibule can also be opened to allow for ventilation.

              Answered on 6/21/2012 by Anonymous
          • Q:

            Does the Screen Room have a floor?
            Asked on 6/14/2012 by Anonymous

            1 answer

            • Staff Reviewer

              A:

              Screen Room does not have a floor.

              Answered on 6/18/2012 by Anonymous
          • Q:

            Does the screen room have a floor?
            Asked on 5/13/2012 by Anonymous from Trinidad,ca

            1 answer

            • Staff Reviewer

              A:

              No. the screen room does not have a floor.

              Answered on 5/15/2012 by Bob from Campmor
          • Q:

            Some tents offer 1700mm coatings vs 1200, does this matter to an average camper?
            Asked on 11/13/2011 by Anonymous

            1 answer

            • Staff Reviewer

              A:

              It may be better to re frame the question, Does this matter in an average rain. the answer is no. In a long duration rain storm like a tropical storm it would matter.

              Answered on 11/15/2011 by Steve from Campmor
          • Q:

            I've noticed a number of tents, including this one, which advertise "no cold weather". Does "cold weather" mean "snow", or "below freezing", or a combination of elements? Thanks!
            Asked on 9/23/2011 by Anonymous from Eldersburg, MD

            2 answers

            • Staff Reviewer

              A:

              Near freezing temps makes the fiberglass poles brittle and they will easily break. This tent should be used for spring,summer,fall conditions only.

              Answered on 9/27/2011 by Betty
            • A:

              I have this tent and spent 4 nights in the Grand Tetons at 9000feet. It got down to 25-30 each night. I had a 5 degree bag which I slept in shorts and a t-shirt for three nights. the fourth night was a 40mi wind and it was very cold in the tent. Only two people. It will handle rain and snow if setup correctly. The cold is irrelevent at this temp anyway. It is cold.

              Answered on 1/11/2012 by BVogel from Bloomington, MN
          • Q:

            I see the screens use a no see um screen. Own a screen tent from LLBean that has MicroMesh, and it wasn't at all breathable. Is this tent breathable even in warmer weather, high 80s?
            Asked on 8/9/2011 by Elena from Arlington, VA

            1 answer

            • Staff Reviewer

              A:

              If micromesh is a fabric a no see um netting will be better ventilation. If micromesh is a netting the it is likely a no see um netting so the ventilation would be similar.

              Answered on 8/12/2011 by Steve from Campmor
          • Q:

            Eureka has this tent listed as a 6-8 person tent. You have it as a 4-5 person tent. Which is correct?
            Asked on 6/15/2011 by scootter from circleville, oh

            1 answer

            • Staff Reviewer

              A:

              The tent can comfortably sleep 4-5. If necessary you could fit 6 but it would be tight. Eureka lists this as being able to sleep 6 people.

              Answered on 6/16/2011 by Anonymous
          • Q:

            Is there a specific footprint I should buy for this tent or is any tarp okay to lay down first?
            Asked on 6/15/2011 by Maegn from CT

            1 answer

            • Staff Reviewer

              A:

              This tent can be used with any type of protective ground cloth. The ground cloth should be slightly smaller then the floor of the tent.

              Answered on 6/16/2011 by Betty
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          CAPACITY 4-5
          Min Wt 27 lbs 11 oz
          Pkg Wt 31 lbs
          Dimensions 16'6"x8'6" (sleeping area 8'6"x11')
          Area (Sq. Ft.) 142.5 total = 93.5 tent + 34.5 Screenroom + 14.5 Rear vest
          Int Height 6'6"
          Pack Size 27"x11"
          No. of Poles 3
          Pole Size 12.7mm
          Pole Material fiberglass
          No. of Doors 5 - 2 tent - 2 Fr, Vest, 1 rear vest
          Hooded Fly no
          No. of Windows 2
          Gear Loft Optional
          Floor Material 75D Polyester taffeta 1500mm coating
          Fly Material 75D StormShield Polyester 1200mm coating
          Wall Material 75D Polyester taffeta
          Roof Material 50D Polyester no-see-um
          Netting 50D Polyester no-see-um
          Color Fly - green/white Floor - green
          Style Modified dome
          Activities Camping
          Use 3 season - spring, summer , fall - no cold weather
          Special Features 1 or 2 rooms, Front vestibule/awning, 2 doors, headroom

          * Note - Ultraviolet Light Warning: All tents, canopies, screen houses etc. that Campmor sells are intended for occasional use and not for permanent or season-long use. Continuous exposure will result in damage from Ultraviolet Light. UV damage is not covered by either the manufacturer's or Campmor's warranty.

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          Slumberjack Bonnie & Clyde 30/40 Degree Double Sleeping Bag

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