Bass Pro Shops® Five Person Speed Frame Tent
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- Convenient and comfortable tent that sets up in minutes
- Speed-Frame steel pole frame - pre-attached to tent body for quick and easy setup
- 9' x 10'' tent sleeps 5-people comfortably - fits two queen airbeds
- Durable tent body and rainfly - 190T poly with 600mm PU coating
- Tough, 230gm polyethylene bathtub floor with welded seams
- Large door with zip close window
- 3 large zip close windows for ventilation
- Taped seams on rainfly
- Rainfly provides covered awning for dry entry and gear storage
- Comes with tent stakes, guy out ropes, and heavy-duty zippered carry bag
Enjoy instant shelter from the elements and insects on your next campout with the 5-Person Speed Frame Tent from Bass Pro Shops. With a unique design that comes out of the carry bag with the steel pole frame and tent body already attached, this convenient tent sets up completely in a matter of minutes. Delivering enough room to sleep 5 comfortably, this tent provides trustworthy protection with a body and rainfly made of a durable 190T poly with a 600mm PU coating. The tough 230gm polyethylene bathtub floor features welded seams to ensure moisture from the ground does not bother you inside. A zip-closure window on the Speed Frame's large door works with the tent's 3 large, zip closure windows to provide ventilation. With taped seams for sure protection from rain, the protective rainfly creates a handy covered awning in front of the tent's door for dry entry and gear storage. Comes with tent stakes, guy out ropes, and heavy-duty zippered carry bag. Dimensions: 9'L x 10'W with a center height of 78''. Carry weight: 27.5 lbs. Imported.
Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 3
Rated 4 out of 5 by RhythmScience Pros and Cons
We bought this tent to accommodate two twin cots with enough room to stand up, and it does that very well. We also wanted something with a D-shaped door so we could zip it up far enough where our dog couldn't unzip the door and escape (which she could do with our smaller dome tent). No problem there, either. The tent goes up fairly easily and could be assembled by one person. The only problem is that sometimes the extendable poles will bind when sliding in or out--just give it a bit of a twist to get it moving. We've used it twice and have had only one problem--leaking. As soon as we bought the tent, I used seam-sealer on all of the seams on the fly and along the bottom of the windows and around the floor in the tent. Even so, after a steady rain the other night, we had a leak around the side window, right where the inside mesh pockets attach. There was also quite a bit of moisture on the underside of the fly, a little of which dripped through the mesh roof. I'll try doing some more seam-sealing to try to make it water-tight. Overall, a decent tent for the money.
August 3, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Slidehorn Very Storm Worthy Tent
I bought this tent for camping while attending muzzle loading shooting events in Texas. I have had the tent up three times for a total of 14 days of camping. In those 14 days the tent has with stood for the most part 8 storms most of which were very violent. This past trip in 5 nights of camping we had no less then 4 violent thunder and wind storms. Wind gusts were estimated in excess of 60mph. I had two canopies that very well staked down destroyed. The tent stayed dry in heavy driving rains. One of the frame poles did lay over but could be pushed up right when the wind allowed. The only damaged sustained was one of the upper frame extension latches failed. I was able to jury rig the latch in the extended position for the rest of the trip. Overall, the tent with stood the worst storms I have ever been caught in while camping. Our gear stayed dry and the tent stayed in place while others in the camp ground did not.
June 17, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by CamoPinkie Easy Set Up
The instructions I found was in Spanish/French luckily I was able to read french. Later on did I notice the English sewn inside the bag, very convenient for those who lose things. The tent popped up with no problem, by myself it took me 20mins since I am a short person. Only one problem was that the straps for the bag I do fear will break in time. One of the straps that clips close, that is part of the carrying case, did start to come out at the seems but all well its not part of the handle and an easy sew job. I would recommend this tent to anyone.
September 8, 2013
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