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Eureka! Vestibule Accessory For Timberline SQ 2XT Two-Person Hiking Tent

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$79.99
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$54.95
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  • Protects floor from punctures, wear and tear, and damage
  • Lite-Set option, when used with fly and poles, reduces carry weight by 25 percent
  • 75-denier polyester taffeta construction
  • Webbing stake-out loops, grommets, and buckle release component included
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The vestibule accessory for Eureka!'s Timberline SQ 2XT camping tent is one of those accessories that gain a lasting prestige in the minds of hikers after just a few drops of rain. These vestibules attach quickly and rapidly to the Timberline SQ 2XT, but provide much needed storage cleaning space connect to - but not impeding upon - the roomy SQ 2XT interior. They're made with the same attention to quality construction and long-lasting dependability as every item in Eureka!'s catalogue, so they make a great investment in your tent's future, as well.
Features
  • Protects floor from punctures, wear and tear, and damage
  • Lite-Set option, when used with fly and poles, reduces carry weight by 25 percent
  • 75-denier polyester taffeta construction
  • Webbing stake-out loops, grommets, and buckle release component included
Manufacturer: Eureka Camping
Part Number: 2629230
Elite Deals Item Number: ECT-2629230
UPC: 0838-2629230-9

Eureka! Vestibule Accessory For Timberline SQ 2XT Two-Person Hiking Tent
$54.95
4.5 Stars based on 4 Review(s)
Jillian Rivera
Illinois
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

You'll Be Glad You Got It
May 10, 2014
You ought to get this great little “vestibule.” Great for extra storage, like for shoes and hiking boots, etc. We had a downpour the first time we used and were hoping our stuff would stay dry. Got up the next day, it was all bone dry! Easy to assemble. Love it—highly recommended!

Johnny Bateman
Colorado
4 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Not Much Head Room, But . . .
August 26, 2013
I like this helpful little vestibule! Just remember it’s really designed for gear storage, not for extra living space. The ceiling is low. But it does a great job of keeping your camping stuff dry. Good “extra room.” I recommend it!

Damian Spann
Maine
4 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

A "Must-Have" If the Weather's Rough
May 1, 2013
I’d say if you’re going camping and the weather is going to be rainy or snowy, you really should get one of these add-ons. If the weather’s nice, you might not need it. The biggest negative of it that I can think of is that it cuts down on ventilation in the tent itself. There’s no floor to the vestibule, so be aware of that—it really is designed for keeping your dirty gear and stuff out of the living area. Adds space to your tent, though, by keeping all that stuff out. Easy to put together, instructions are clear.

Margaret Shah
Massachussetts
4 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Nice Addition--Recommended!
March 15, 2009
Let me get a few negatives out of the way first—then on to the praise. (1) You can’t really stuff it into its “stuff sack” because there’s no string to secure the opening of the sack. (2) Puny little tent pegs that come with it are pretty much worthless. (3) Don’t plan to use it when the nights are muggy. It cuts down on air circulation in the main tent. OK, now the stuff I like about it! GREAT for storing all kinds of gear and keeping it cool. We kept shoes under there—four pairs—and have also used it for our water container (five gallons), camp stove, and lantern. REALLY like the fact that you can roll this up with the tent itself and still fit them both into the tent’s stuff sack. A few tips: (1) Make sure you order the right size to go with your tent. (2) Practice putting it together before going on a real camping trip. (3) Yes, the poles DO fit. They’re just really snug. You’ll get the hang of it after putting it up a couple times. (4) Put it up BEFORE you put up the rain fly. (I know, some people are saying, “Duh!” But I did it wrong the first time, so I’m just trying to be helpful.) (5) It’s meant for keeping gear in, not for keeping food in, and it’s not meant to sleep in or to cook in! To summarize, it does what it’s supposed to do, and I like it and recommend it.