Alps® Chaos 3 - person Tent

Item # WX2-177090

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Details & Specs

Alps® Chaos Tent. Your choice of a 2 or 3 - person tent. Strong Lightweight Weather - proof Roomy!

Packs light and tight, and goes up in a flash! Once you're inside, you're protected from seeping water and bad weather by the thick poly walls and floor that come factory-sealed. Roomy, too... helps prevent going "stir-crazy" in bad weather.

Nice features:
  • Free-standing pole system with 7000 series aluminum poles
  • Easy assembly with clips that quickly snap over tent poles
  • 2 vestibules for extra gear storage
  • Factory-sealed fly and floor for top-notch weather protection
  • Full-coverage fly offers maximum protection
  • Mesh roof vents improve ventilation
  • 2-door entry
  • Extra-large #8 zipper on doors and vestibules
  • Includes mesh storage pocket, gear loft, aluminum stakes, guy ropes.
The technical stuff:
  • 75D / 185T polyester taffeta floor with 2000 mm coating for strength
  • 75D / 185T polyester fly resists UV damage and stays taut
  • Base size: 4'8" x 7'2" (2-man) 5'6" x 7'6" (3-man)
  • Center height: 3'5" (2-man) 3'8" (3-man)
  • Vestibule area: 17 sq. ft. (2-man) 22 sq. ft. (3-man)
  • Total weight: 5 lbs., 6 ozs. (2-man) 6 lbs., 4 ozs. (3-man).

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