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Bass Pro Shops Hiker Biker I Tent

Bass Pro Shops Hiker Biker I Tent

Lightweight, easy packing tent for one at a great price190T polyester taffeta walls, roof, and tub-style floor1200mm PU coating for increased water repellency. Inverted T-style door backed by No. See. Um mesh screen for ventilation. Built-in mesh air vent in rear. Vestibule area for gear. Pole pocket system with lightweight fiberglass poles for quick and easy setup. Reflective guy ropes. Comes with steel pegs and carry bag with drawstring closure. With its easy access door and great ventilation, the Hiker/Biker I tent from Bass Pro Shops provides a comfortable place to sleep in a convenient size. Bass Pros basic A-frame tent sports lightweight 190T polyester taffeta walls and roof with a tub-style floor coated with 1200mm PU for increased water repellency. Backed by a 50Dx50D polyester No. See. Um mesh screen, the Hiker/Biker Is inverted T-style door combines with the tents rear air vent to deliver welcome ventilation you will appreciate. Enjoy quick and easy setup, courtesy of the Hiker/Bikers pole pocket system with lightweight fiberglass poles. Comes with lightweight carry bag with drawstring closure. Reflective guy ropes. Tent measures 6 11 with a 1 10 front vestibule area. 2 11 high in the front, and 2 high in the rear. 4 wide in the front, 3 wide in the rear. Carry weight: 2 lbs. 13 oz. Color: Green/Gray. Imported.

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Ken wrote:

This tent does not come with a rainfly and from what I've read online it really lets in the rain, moisture, and any early morning dew. There also seems to be an issue with the poles during setup.

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