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Ridgeline 3

SKU:
36496
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$84.95
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Sleeps 3 And Offers Lite Reflect™

Perfect for car camping or backpacking, the bestselling Ridgeline 3 is an easy-to-set up and highly durable 3-person tent that’s loaded with useful features. Now with the revolutionary Lite Reflect™ system, you can create an even (and super useful) glow of light by placing a headlamp or flashlight in the gear loft and aiming it at a built-in reflective panel. There’s also a zippered rear window with a privacy flap and mesh roof vents for airflow. So you’ll have a great experience no matter where you set up camp.

Learn more about Wenzel's Lite Reflect Technology

SPECS

  • Capacity: 3
  • Floor Size: 7' x7'
  • Floor Area: 49 sq. ft.
  • Peak Height: 50"
  • Weight: 7lbs. 4oz.
  • Canopy/Fly: Polyester
  • Floor: Welded Polyethylene
  • Packaged Size: 21"x6.25"x6.25"
  • Doors: 1
  • Windows: 2

DETAILS

  • Integrated Tent Light Reflection System
  • Easy Access "D" Style Door With Inside Flap Zippered Window
  • Shock Corded Fiberglass Poles With Fast Feet For Easy Set Up
  • Multi Diameter Fiberglass Poles Provide More Head Room And Livable Space
  • Fly Ridge Pole Provides Protective Awning Over Front Door And Rear Window
  • E Port For Electrical Cord Access
  • Gear Loft And Convenience Pocket
  • Removable Seam Sealed Fly
  • Zippered Rear Window With Inside Privacy Flap
  • Mesh Roof Vents
Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Wenzel-Ridgeline-7-Feet-Three-Person-LightGrey/dp/B002PB2HBW
Capacity: 3-Person
Features: Lite Reflect
  • Product Reviews

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    1. Great Features For Solo Or Group Travel

      I was in search of a new smaller tent to accommodate myself when traveling but also have room for friends if I was traveling with them and wanted to check out this tent. I was very pleased by the quick delivery and the packaging which was easy to tuck away til the big day I traveled. I opened the package at camp to do a full reveal and wanted to be completely honest when setting it up on my first attempt in the elements. It was a little snug in the box but when it emerged it was easy to quickly erect at my campsite. A little learning curve came from the wind grabbing the side of the tent as I assembled it solo so I would suggest possibly securing one side of the tent with stakes before fully raising the tent structure if you are alone. All together it took about 8 minutes on my first attempt to set it up (not to bad for a completely unfamiliar new tent still in the box). I relaxed in the tent with the rain fly off most of the day and loved the breathable netting on the top which allowed wind to pass through easily. I also liked that the door had both a screen or a fully closed option which was nice to enjoy the day but not allow bugs into my tent. By nightfall I added the rain fly to keep me dry throughout the evening and keep a bit of my warmth inside this really helped and made the cold night tolerable despite not being designed as a 4 season tent. I tested out the reflective feature of the top to see the difference in the light distribution with and without the using this special feature and it was night and day! I love this and find that it could make my travels with friends even more enjoyable as it allows us enough light to play cards before bed. on Jun 6th 2019

    2. Ridgeline 3-person dome tent

      Am being asked to review before I've had a chance to use tent that was just delivered within the past week. Think I am going to enjoy it though. Really like the light reflective ceiling panel, and the power port is a nifty idea, if power is available where camping. Set-up instructions left a bit to be desired. I used to write procedural instructions as part of a job, and wish I could have written them for this tent. In the end, I think I have figured out what instructions your company was attempting to provide in ways that didn't match how the tent was actually designed. I have sealed interior seams and am ready to give it a try in a couple weeks. So far I really like everything about this tent. The 7'x7' square design is very easy to fold and pack up. Am curious to know what purpose, if any, is served by the larger loop made of tent fabric at outside top left (non-zip side) of tent door. There is no mention in the instructions. on Jul 13th 2018

    3. Best Tent for Withstanding the Outdoors

      This tent went on its maiden voyage this past weekend when some friends and I went camping in Kipahulu, Hawai'i. After the two nights we spent in this tent, I would definitely recommend it to others.

      It is waterproof. This side of the island is very wet, and our first night was no exception. We set up camp in the rain and slept through a torrential downpour. My friend is an avid camper and said that she has never camped in such heavy rain. Apart for a few inconsequential drops that leaked through, we stayed very dry through the night. I was impressed.

      It can withstand the elements and falling coconuts. I don't know whether I need to provide further explanation on this, except that the tent withstood a coconut that fell on it during the night. It also withstood many a falling kukui nut. Well done.

      The light reflector is fantastic. I was able to put my head lamp in the pocket to use the reflector panel, and we the tent stayed light enough for us to play some card games before bed. It was great!

      If you plan on braving falling coconuts, rain, or anything else on your camping adventure, this tent is worth every dollar.
      on Sep 28th 2016

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