Alps Meramac 3 - room Tent

Item # WX2-205087

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Details & Specs

Family camping trip? The Alps Meramac 3 - room Tent packs the room (and privacy) you're looking for!

2 rooms for the kids, 1 private "suite" for mom and dad. Also works great when you're camping with other couples and want a little extra privacy. Sleeps up to 7 people, 2 each in the outer rooms, 3 in the middle room. Better yet, the Meramac 3-room Tent sets up quickly and easily with its no-brainer 4-pole dome design!

Here's more:
  • 7-person, 3-season
  • 4 pole design with shock corded fiberglass poles
  • Poles attach to the tent with clips and at the corners with ring pins for fast and easy set-up
  • Urethane coating and factory-sealed seams on the fly and floor for maximum weather protection
  • End doors allow entry into all rooms individually
  • Hooded fly at the front and rear permit venting of the windows in any weather
  • Weatherproof fly buckles
  • 75D 185T polyester fly resists UV damage and stays taut
  • 150D polyester oxford floor with 1,500 mm coating
  • Base size: 10' x 16'
  • Center height: 6'2
  • Tent area: 140 sq. ft.
  • Tent and fly Weight: 19 lbs. 8 ozs.
  • Total weight: 21 lbs.
  • Packed size: 9 x 32"
  • Pole diameter: 11 mm.


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