Assemble your crew, fill the cooler with brews, pack up your Burton Rabbit Ears 6 Tent, and leave the city behind for some outdoor fun. This easy-to-setup and easy-to-store tent features a whopping 85 square feet of space, ensuring plentiful room for everyone to spread out without being cramped inside. The lofty ceiling measures 6. 5 feet at its tallest point, allowing your tall friends to stand upright, change clothes, and organize gear without bumping into the ceiling. Color-coded webbing and buckles facilitate quick, easy pitching--all without fumbling with a daunting set-up process. Plus, it was built by the outdoor experts at Big Agnes, so you know it's legit. The Rabbit Ears 6-Person Tent features a weatherproof fly and tent floor, maintaining dryness in soaking-wet conditions. There's a separately available footprint for additional ground protection in the wettest camping conditions. For hot, sticky evenings where sleeping is a challenge, both the fly vents and mesh windows maximize airflow for optimal cooling. The large door makes entry and exit a painless endeavor, even after sipping whiskey around the fire for a few hours. Six interior pockets harmoniously store your camping goods, with an optional Square Gear Loft (sold separately) coming in handy for organization.
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