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2-Man ATuffy BP Tent w/large rain fly
This tent is especially adapted to Boy Scout use
And is an outstanding 3-Season, 2-Man Back Pack Tent
With two Vestibules, it is a 4-Season Tent of excellent quality
Area = 58" x 87" = 35 sq. ft. (Metric = 147 x 221 cm = 3.274 Sq M)
Inside Height = 41 inches (Metric = 104 cm)
Fabric = 190T, 70 Denier, W/R F/R, Rip Stop Nylon with 1,000 mm PU coating on all exposed surfaces
Pole Structure = 9 mm 7001-T6 aircraft quality aluminum tubing with anodized surface.
Hinges/Fittings = High grade, anodized aluminum alloy for lifetime use.
Sleeves/End Tips = High grade aluminum alloy for lifetime use.
Screen = No-see-um netting with mesh fine enough to bar tiny insects.
Zippers = YKK self mending coil zippers, size #5
Tabs = Nylon Tape, 1 inch wide, Military Spec. or equal (Metric = 2.54 cm wide)
Shock Cord = Top quality, 30 strand, nylon covered, commercial grade.
Folded Size = About 5.75 inches in diameter, and 24.5 inches long (Metric = 14.6 cm x 62.5 cm)
Wt. = Tent including large rain fly = 6.5 pounds (Metric = 2.955 Kg)
This unique tent, with its state-of-the-art pole structure, is designed to offer maximum utility and convenience. It is constructed with the finest materials available and is designed to be put up in less than twenty seconds. With very little practice, the owner can erect the tent within 20 seconds, and the rain fly can be attached in 50 seconds or less.
The poles are part of the tent and cannot be misplaced or lost. Each pole is sectional with a shock cord in the center to cause it to snap together, quickly and easily. There are two entrances, each with a full door flap and a full screen panel. Each door flap and screen panel has two double pull sliders - this permits the user to raise or lower each flap or panel as desired for maximum privacy and ventilation. Also, the two entrances make it much more convenient to enter and exit the tent.
An oversized carry bag is furnished with each tent. Bungee loops are provided for tent and for rain fly - to hold each of them in a tight roll
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