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Eureka Tetragon 5 Tent

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Eureka Tetragon 5 Tent

A great tent at a great price, the Eureka Tetragon 5 tent will keep the elements at bay and the bugs starving outside.

  • Sleeps 2, 5 lbs, 13 oz. pack size 4" x 25"
  • Floor size 7 x 5 ft, tent area 35 sq ft. center height 4 ft.
  • 3 season, 1 door, 2 windows, 2 vents
  • 2 pole rectangular dome tent
  • Durable shockcorded fiberglass frame, ring and pin attachments, and color coded webbing make set up fast
  • Brim over twin-track, side-opening door offers protected front entry; brimmed rear window allows ventilation during inclement weather
  • Bathtub floor protects against splashing rain
  • Hanging gear loft and 2 detachable interior storage pockets keep essential items handy; mesh panels allow for clip-in accessories
  • 2 vents and large areas of mesh in side walls enhance air circulation for added comfort

Purchase the Eureka Tetragon 5 Tent from Altrec.com. All order totals over $45 qualify for free ground shipping.



4 Star Rating

Reviews

5 Stars Altrec.com Shopper - March 3 2010

Eureka Tetragon 5 Too Small
This tent is too small. If you are unfamiliar with tent sizes, 7x5 looks like kiddie size tent to me. I like Erueka brand.



5 Stars Amanda - August 9 2009

Great tent, great price!
This tent kept me dry during heavy thunderstorms and blowing rain. Roomy and lots of storage, good ventilation.



4 Stars tom - June 27 2008

great value
This is a suprisingly nice tent for the price. Easy to set up and very stable, with good airflow and lots of pockets inside to store small items. I have a slightly older version of it with a different rainfly set-up. The poles of course are fiberglass and break easily, but Eureka will replace them under warranty if the break from normal usage. 2 people is the most I would sleep in it--I use it solo camping.



3 Stars Altrec.com Shopper - March 20 2010

Flimsy tent - Leaked during rain shower
Tent was relatively easy to set up, but the stakes kept popping out of the ground in the gusts of wind. None of the other tents in the campsite blew around in the wind, but this tent looked as if it would collapse at any second. It never did collapse, but it was a constant concern, especially while sleeping. The seams along the bottom of the tent leaked during a rain storm. But on the positive side, there is good storage inside the tent.



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