Eureka X-Loft Tent: 2-Person 3-Season

Eureka X-Loft Tent: 2-Person 3-Season
Eureka X-Loft Tent: 2-Person 3-Season
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X-Loft Tent: 2-Person 3-Season by Eureka
From hiking and climbing to fishing and paddling, the Eureka 2-Person 3-Season X-Loft Tent is designed to be your own personal basecamp for a variety of adventures. Spacious and easy to setup, the X-Loft Tent features a Tunnel design that maximizes interior space to prevent that suffocating, tin-can feeling from ruining the trip, while maintaining the stability and resiliency necessary to handle harsh, windy weather. High-Low Air Exchange venting promotes a cooling airflow to eliminate stuffy, stagnant air, while the water-resistant floor and fly protect you from unwelcome wet weather. Six interior pockets ensure that your headlamps, maps, phones, and snacks are never out of reach in order, while two large vestibules stash muddy gear you don't want in the tent and two doors further open up this tent's flow.

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SKU: ERK003V
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