While you reach camp after a long day of mountaineering or backpacking the paths, set up a tent that offers ventilation but wonƒ_Tt succumb to the wind. This four-person model from Eureka delivers a three-season design with rear windows that may remain partially open to let air circulate. But, as a protective measure, shock-corded eaves give a boost to its stability and lend a hand it hold strong against large, billowing gusts.
Includes a breathable nylon wall and a polyester fly and bathtub floor. Two mesh pockets assist you to stow away gear. A-frame style with a five-pole, ½ in. aluminum frame.
Features large rear windows constructed from uncoated fabric. Hooded fly front and rear let windows remain partially open for better air circulation. Twin-track side-opening door.
Features loops for a flashlight and an optional gear loft. Shock-corded eaves give it better stability by absorbing the windƒ_Ts force. 3-season usage.
Sleeps as much as four. Measures 7 ft., 2 in. by 8 ft., 7 in., with a 58 in. center height. Weighs 7 lbs., 13 oz..