Poler Two Man Tent with Waterproof Rain Fly

Poler Two Man Tent with Waterproof Rain Fly
Poler Two Man Tent with Waterproof Rain Fly
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Two Man Tent with Waterproof Rain Fly by Poler
The Poler Two Man Tent with Waterproof Rain Fly has enough space for you and a buddy, a buddy and his buddy, or you and a pet lion. The mesh shell gives ample breathability on a warm night and lets you gaze at the stars while you question how you got a pet lion in the first place and why it's lying peacefully next to you instead of mauling your head off, and the rain fly has fully taped seams for waterproof protection when a storm rains down on your parade. When it starts to rain, be sure to store the gear you want to keep dry in both vestibules and enjoy the head space while you read bedtime stories to FuzzyMane or play Russion roulette with your comrade. Two doors offer convenient exits for you and your comrade when you wake up spooning one another, and a single pole system is so easy to take down and set up that even someone with a splitting hangover can figure it out.

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SKU: POP0052
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