Texsport® Blue Mountain 2 - room Cabin Dome Tent

Item # WX2-293799

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Details & Specs

Texsport® Blue Mountain 2 - room Cabin Dome Tent offers privacy and room for up to 8. Measures 5'4" at each eave.

With the removable room divider panel, folks in your group can have their own space if they want it. Easy entry and exit, thanks to 2 large front doors. No crawling around in here, either, since it's 5'4" at each eave. 2 big mesh windows and mesh roof panels offer privacy and ensure air circulation, too. Front doors have zippered storm flaps for extra safety. Walls and floor constructed to resist leaks and last season after season. Ideal for weekend camping trips or just a fun "slumber party" in the backyard.

On the road again:
  • Sleeps up to 8 persons
  • Heavy-duty 600mm taffeta walls and rainfly are polyurethane-coated for leak resistance
  • Ripstop polyethylene floor stands up to wear and tear
  • Pin and ring frame system with three 11mm shock-corded poles for durability
  • 6 rust-resistant 3/ 4 " powder-coated, chain-corded steel leg poles hold up to wear and tear
  • Durable speed clips and sleeves secure tent to frame tightly, quickly
  • 2 large D-style front doors with zippered storm flaps for protection
  • 2 large "no-see-um" mesh windows with zippered storm flaps for protection
  • "No-see-um" mesh roof panels for superior ventilation
  • Removable room divider panel
  • Includes stakes, carry / storage bag and instructions
  • Flame retardant material meets C.P.A.I.-84 specifications
  • 18' x 10' x 7'h., measures 5'4" at each eave, weighs 32 lbs.

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