Texsport® Boulder Creek 6 - person Vestibule Tent

Item # WX2-204747

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Mighty wind? Try the super - sturdy Texsport® Boulder Creek 6 - person Vestibule Tent!

Like a rock! With its 4-pole vestibule-style design and heavy-duty wall construction, Texsport®'s Clear Creek Tent stands up to challenging windy conditions like no other in its price range. A great Tent at the right price, with all this too:
  • Measures 13 x 10 x 7'6" h., sleeps 6 comfortably
  • Includes room divider for privacy
  • Heavy-duty taffeta walls and rainfly are PU coated
  • Ripstop polyethylene floor with mud mat
  • Sturdy 4-pole pin and ring frame system with shock-corded poles for simple set-up
  • No-See-Um mesh "D" style front door with a zippered storm flap
  • 3 large, No-See-Um mesh side panels for superior ventilation
  • Flame retardant meets C.P.A.I.-84 specification
  • Comes complete with stakes, carry / storage bag.

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