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GL 8 Person 3 Room Family Dome Tent Three Room Eight Man Camping Tent Family Tent (Tent Stakes and Carr

Item# SPM5721730803P | Model# RVTE-01323 | Added on May 15, 2012 | Seller:
GL 8 Person 3 Room Family Dome Tent Three Room Eight Man Camping Tent Family Tent (Tent Stakes and Carr
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This new 3-room dome tent is designed with the option of two room dividers and can comfortably sleeps up to 8 adults and it is also tall enough for an adult to stand up inside. It has a dimensional space of 19 Feet x 9 Feet x 86 Inches tall making it the largest family tent on the market. This unique three room style tent is built heavy duty with rust resistant diameter truss style chain-corded steel poles. The tent comes with a removable weather protection canopy, which also protects against the suns rays serving to keep the tent almost 10 degrees cooler than the outside temperature on hot days. The outer material of the tent is made of a rugged taffeta material with polyurethane coating to help resist the suns damaging rays. This tent is made to last for years and features a rip-stop polyethylene floor. The four giant D-shaped zippered front doors are designed with a zippered mesh screen and storm flaps in case you need total privacy. Carry bag and tent stakes are included. Sleeps 8 adults and is tall enough to stand up inside
Rust resistant 3/4 Inch diameter truss style chain-corded steel poles
Three room sectional tent design consists of two removable partitions
Four large D-style doors allow for access to rooms of the tent from the outside
Rugged taffeta with polyurethane coating
Rip-Stop polyethylene floor
Mesh roof vents for maximum ventilation and optional rain and sun canopy included
Large mesh windows with zippered storm flaps
Dimensions: 19 feet x ... read more
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