Ready for camping trips to your favorite state park, the Eureka Sunrise Ex 4 Tent features an easy-pitching, free-standing design with a spacious interior that's equipped with ample storage, illumination-enhancing panels, and optimized air-flow vents. This square dome tent features a sleeve-and-clip pole attachment for quick, easy set-up. There's plenty of room for up to four individual campers, with its construction lending it to three-season use. And when stormy weather threatens your trip, the outer rain fly keeps you dry. Equipped with innovative illumination panels along the top, the Sunrise EX 4 Tent's E!luminate System reflects light back into the tent for extra visibility at night. This is especially useful if you hang a camp lantern from the top to illuminate your entire tent for some nighttime reading, gear changing duties, or other miscellaneous activities. Another cool feature is the E! Media Center, which is comprised of a clear center-sleeve that holds your tablet within easy view. This allows you to watch favorite movies and shows from the comfort of your sleeping bag.
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Eureka Sunrise Ex 4 Tent: 4-Person 3-Season ships and sold by Backcountry
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