- Benefits & Description
Benefits & Description3 Person Tent | Lightweight | Shock-Corded Fiberglass Poles
• Be Prepared for Any Possibility
Perfect for emergency kits and supplies. Just pack it and use it in any emergency situation. • Easy to Carry without Breaking Your Back
This tent weighs only 7 pounds so it will make a great addition to your camping and emergency supplies. • Stay Safe, Warm, and Dry in an Emergency
The tent comes with a removable seam-sealed rain fly and a fly ridge pole for an awning over the door and rear window. • Have Confidence in a High Quality Product
This tent is made of high quality materials and design so you can rest assured that you are ready for a disaster or weekend getaway. Whether you are going out to enjoy the great outdoors or you need to have an emergency shelter in a pinch, this Wenzel Ridgeline 3-Person Tent is a great option for you.
Made of high-quality materials and design this tent is a great option. This tent has: "D" style door with flap zippered window; mesh roof vents, zippered rear window with inside flap, gear loft and pocket, Removable seam-sealed fly, Fly ridge pole that provides awning over front door and rear window, Shock corded fiberglass frame with fast feet for easy set-up, Multi-Diameter fiberglass poles provide more head room and livable space, and E-Port for electrical cord access.
- What's In-the-Box?
What's In-the-Box?Emergency Basics :
(1) 3-Person Tent with Poles (1) Seam Sealed Rain Fly
- Features & Specifications
Features & Functions
SKU: EB0117 Brand: Wenzel Dimensions (LxWxH): 7'x7'x54"
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