Texsport® Lazy River 2 - room Cabin Tent, Gray / Black / Yellow

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Texsport® Lazy River 2 - room Cabin Tent. "A little privacy, please!"

1 great room or 2 separate sleeping quarters. The Lazy River 5-person Tent gives you options, with a removable divider panel that splits this 9 x 8' easy-up Tent right down the middle. 6 no-see-um mesh roof panels plus an additional 6 large windows allow the fresh outdoor air to flow freely, while zippered storm flaps and polyurethane-coated rainfly team up to shut ugly weather out. If you've been looking for a laid-back family camper that packs easily into your budget, call off the search... the Texsport® Lazy River 2-room

Cabin Tent is it, with BIG SAVINGS!

Features:
  • Heavy-duty taffeta walls and rainfly, polyurethane-coated for weather resistance
  • Durable ripstop polyethylene floor
  • Shock-corded fiberglass pole roof and rainfly support system
  • 6 rust-resistant 3/ 4 " diam. powder-coated, chain-corded steel leg poles
  • Speed clips secure tent to frame
  • 2 large D-style doors
  • 6'3" center height. Complete with stakes and carry / storage bag. Flame retardant, meets C.P.A.I.-84 specifications. 24 lbs.

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Gray / Black / Yellow

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