Although there are a lot of things that can destroy camping or trekking adventures, you should know that you cannot disregard the importance of a good camping tent; chances are you might unnecessarily spend most of your time setting it up and fixing the poles.
1. Coleman Sundome Tent
- Size: 2 to 6 Person
- Dome tent with spacious interior allows you to move comfortably
- Easy setup in only 10 minutes. Fits two people. Rainfly awning for shade and rain protection
- WeatherTec system with patented welded floors and inverted seams to keep you dry
- Large windows and a ground vent for superior ventilation
- Measures 7 x 5 feet with a 4-foot centre height
2. REI Co-op Half Dome 2 Plus Tent
- Improved pole architecture boosts livable space; vertical side walls provide generous head and shoulder room
- Mesh panels in the upper portion of tent improve ventilation and views; ripstop panels in lower portion provide privacy, reduce drafts and exposure to blowing dust and dirt
- REI Exclusive tension-truss architecture creates stable vertical sidewalls for generous space and plenty of headroom
- 2 large doors and 2 vestibules offer easy access and additional covered storage
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3. ALPHA CAMP Dome Family Tent for Camping
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- Ventilation＆Protection – 3 zippered windows and a ground vent for superior ventilation. High-grade fibreglass poles for nice wind resistance. Mesh window protects against insects and mosquito.
- Easy Assembly: Easy setup in only 5 minutes, with the lightweight portable carrying bag, this dome camping tent can be taken to anywhere
- Multiple Function: Side pockets＆one large overhead mesh pocket providing great storage space. And there is a cable port for electrical cord access. Reflective tent rope is perfect for camping at night.
- Dimensions: 8’L x 7′ x 50″H. Spacious room for 3 adults or a family. Fits 1 full air mattress.
- 2 years guarantee: We try to make camping tents as good as we can. If there is any part missing or damaged, please contact us. We will solve the problem as the way you want
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