Tensleep Station Tent: 6-Person 3-Season by Big Agnes
As the largest offering in Big Agnes' Tensleep lineup, the Tensleep Station 6 Tent's luxuriously large six-person capacity gives the youngest in your family plenty of space to practice their Greco-Roman wrestling skills when you're walled up during a nasty rain storm, and provides the whole family plenty of space to spread out and catch some Zs during your annual road trip, even if Ricky and Reggie can't stop grappling.The fly and floor of the Tensleep are made from polyester ripstop fabric that's been treated with a water-resistant PU coating and finished with fully taped seams to seal out moisture. Two large doors mean you won't have to crawl over five people when you have to take a whiz in the middle of the night, and two huge vestibules offer plenty of space to store gear out of the rain or set up a couple of camp chairs. The shelter and relative solitude will be appreciated when you need a sip of whiskey to relax as the kids tire themselves out chasing each other around camp like a bunch of hooligans.
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