The Eureka Assault Outfitter tent traces its roots to the combat shelters the company designed for the U.S. military. Each has been tested against scorching desert heat, blowing sand, tropical storms, and arctic cold. The practical design of the Eureka Assault Outfitter 4 Tent has withstood the most severe punishment the armed forces and nature can dish out.
Sturdy and self-supporting, the tent has a streamlined, three-pole rectangular dome that repels snow, heavy rain and wind. The two well-ventilated doors have a high and low window, plus the double-point vestibule is bottom vented. The single-point rear vestibule vents left and right or rolls fully open, plus the front window is UV- and cold-resistant.
Eureka built the floor with 210-denier nylon and the walls with 70-denier uncoated nylon rip-stop. The rainfly sports 75-denier StormShield 1,500mm polyester rip-stop, and the netting is 40-denier No-see-em mesh. Durable No. 10 door zippers seal things shut, and pre-bent 13mm, 6,000 series aluminum poles keep the structure upright.
It's available in two sizes: a two-person green tent that weighs in at 11 pounds, 8 ounces, or a 13-pound, 5-ounce four-person version. The former has 40 square feet of floor space and a peak height of 3 feet, 10 inches. The four-person tent, also in green, has a 64-square-foot space, plus a 4-foot, 8-inch maximum height.
For more information, contact:
555 Main St. #25
Racine, WI 53403