Browning® Daybreak 5 - person Tent

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Incredible construction, hardcore materials! 5 - person Browning® Daybreak Tent, SAVE BIG !

A high-end camping design, a famous name, offered here for WAY LESS! Browning® didn't miss a beat with this Daybreak Tent. When weather turns for the worst, a full-coverage fly keeps you happy and dry. Rugged free-standing pole system hangs in tight and provides easy setup at the end of a long day. 5-person capacity, ready for your whole family or hunting party. Outfit your expedition here for BIG BUCKS OFF!

The full specs:
  • Free-standing pole system with 7000 series aluminum poles
  • Factory-sealed fly and floor seams for best weather protection
  • Full-coverage 75-denier UV-resistant polyester fly offers maximum protection during inclement weather, buckles on for added strength
  • 2 vestibules for gear storage and extra weather protection
  • Extra guy-outs on fly for stability in high wind
  • Mesh roof vents for ventilation and star gazing
  • Polyester taffeta floor with 3,000 mm water-resistant coating
  • Extra-large zippers on doors and vestibules
  • Mesh storage pocket, 7075 aluminum stakes and guy ropes included. 9 x 9'9" floor, 33 1/ 2 sq. feet. 4' height at front, 2'10" at back. Packs down to 25 x 10 1/ 2 ". Weighs 14 lbs., 8 ozs.

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