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Timber Ridge 10

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36500
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$289.95
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Sleeps 10 With Extra Headspace

More than providing lots of floor space, the Timber Ridge 10-person tent also provides lots of headspace. With steel uprights and a shock corded fiberglass roof frame that sets up easily and has a peak height of 93 inches, your group will have room to move and enjoy access to the outside with front and back “D” style doors. This tent really raises the roof on your camping adventures.

SPECS

  • Capacity: 10
  • Floor Size: 16' x10'
  • Floor Area: 160 sq. ft.
  • Peak Height: 93"
  • Weight: 32lbs. 7oz.
  • Canopy/Fly: Polyester
  • Floor: Welded Polyethylene
  • Packaged Size: 28"x11.5"x11.5"
  • Doors: 2
  • Windows: 6

DETAILS

  • Front And Back "D" Style Door With Inside Flap Zippered Window
  • Steel Uprights And Shock Corded Fiberglass Roof Frame With Center Hub And Corner Elbows Combined With Fast Feet For Easy Set Up
  • Removable Seam Sealed Fly
  • Mesh Roof Vents
  • Front, Back And Side Windows With Inside Privacy Flaps
  • E Port For Electrical Cord Access
  • Two Convenience Pockets
  • Sewn In Divider Curtain With "I" Zipper Creates Separate Rooms
  • Pre Attached Guy Ropes Can Be Used For Adding Stability
Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Wenzel-Timber-Ridge-16x10-Feet-Ten-Person/dp/B00A8E2DPI
Capacity: 8+ Person
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    1. Customer Review

      We love this tent. We are a family of three and it fits a queen and twin air mattress with plenty of extra room inside. We travel and camp A LOT, this is our home away from home and it has served us very well for the last 2 years. We love all of the windows and the large open roof for looking at the stars when it's warm enough and not raining! The two doors are a plus as well. Our only suggestions to make this a better tent are as follows: You have to basically step on the tent at the base of the door to unzip it with one hand, the new "hinged doors" as seen on the similar Coleman tent would be awesome. It does not hold up well when it rains a lot, it will withstand about 8 hours of rain before the water on the rain fly starts to leak into the tent and the seems and side walls will start leaking in. We have to completely tarp over the tent to keep it dry. It does not hold up very well in the wind, the poles on the side will completely cave in on you if you do not have them secured to the rainfly and tied down with the rainfly strings. The wind also bluws up underneath the rainfly and makes it very cold any winding in the tent. the rainfly really doesn't add too much extra protection from the rain, could extend out further so that the doors and windows don't get saturated and could extend further down on the longer ends to protect from the wind coming up and under. the rainfly basically angles straight down and makes water run down the sides of the tent. The floor will also get wet from underneath pretty quickly if water pools so we use a tarp under and rugs on top. Other than that, we love it and did get it for a very good price at Meijer, however, I would not pay more than $150 for this tent until the design flaws are improved upon. on Oct 15th 2015

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