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Eureka! Tetragon 4 Four-Person Backpacking Tent - 7.5' X 8.5'

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  • Two pole rectangular dome tent
  • Fast, easy setup
  • Protected front entry
  • Brimmed rear window allows ventilation during inclement weather
  • Bathtub floor protects against splashing rain
  • 50 denier no-see-um mesh fabric
  • Hanging gear loft and two detachable interior storage pockets
  • Mesh panels
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Every backpacker knows the perfect tent is a compact, lightweight tent that can still keep you warm on long, cold nights. The Eureka! Tetragon 4 Backpacking Tent does just that at a price that simply can't be beat. Weighing just over eight pounds, this 7.5' by 8.5' Eureka! tent is able to sleep four and has a center height of five feet when set up. The bathtub floor keeps you from getting soaked by rain and the brimmed rear window allows additional air circulation. Even setup is easy, thanks to the durable shock corded fiberglass frame, ring and pin attachments, and color coded webbing.

For your next camping or weekend trip, don't forget to pack the Eureka! Tetragon 4 Backpacking Tent and keep everyone warm, dry, and cozy.

Features
  • Two pole rectangular dome tent
  • Fast, easy setup
  • Protected front entry
  • Brimmed rear window allows ventilation during inclement weather
  • Bathtub floor protects against splashing rain
  • 50 denier no-see-um mesh fabric
  • Hanging gear loft and two detachable interior storage pockets
  • Mesh panels
  • 2 vents and large areas of mesh in side walls enhance air circulation for added comfort
  • Sleeps four
  • Center height - 5 feet tall
  • Minimum weight - 8 pounds, 6 ounces
  • Tent area - 63.75 square feet
  • Floor size - 7' 6" x 8' 6"
  • Two windows
  • One door
Manufacturer: Eureka Camping
Part Number: 2629150
Elite Deals Item Number: ECT-2629150
UPC: 0838-2629150-0

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Eureka! Tetragon 4 Four-Person Backpacking Tent - 7.5' X 8.5'
$109.95
5 Stars based on 2 Review(s)
Bob
Andover
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Good Basic Dome Tent
May 26, 2014
We use these in our Scout troop, along with the Timberline model. While not a top of the line tent, it performs well at it's price point for general camping. If you're looking for an tent for packing or more extreme conditions, shift your sights to a higher priced model, Eureka XT models are great.
Pros:
Price Fly doesn't need zipping to get in and out - that's a plus when adolescents are coming and going!
Cons:
Somewhat heavy. Fiberglass poles. Fly doesn't come all the way to the ground - important in extreme conditions.

Emelina Mclean
Idaho
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Close to Perfect
August 28, 2012
I was looking for some very specific things when I purchased a tent. This one came the closest to meeting my demands. I liked its rectangular shape, simple pole system, and quality clip system. The screen does a great job of keeping out small bugs, and the vestibule area is nice for holding boots and dirty items. The floor of the tent is the same nylon weave as the rest of the tent, so I used a tarp footprint. The first time it rained, water streamed down the fly and collected between the tarp and the floor of the tent. I solved this problem by sewing a large extension to the perimeter and back of the fly to prevent water from running off the fly onto the tent. In my opinion, it is worth the extra weight to ensure that the interior of the tent stays dry. With the adaption to the fly, I think it is a great tent.