Salewa Alpine Hut IV Tent: 4-Person 3-Season

Salewa Alpine Hut IV Tent: 4-Person 3-Season
Salewa Alpine Hut IV Tent: 4-Person 3-Season
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Alpine Hut IV Tent: 4-Person 3-Season by Salewa
You won't have to cancel any trips due to wicked weather when you have Salewa's Alpine Hut IV Tent as a part of your camping arsenal. With the look and feel of basecamp shelter, the Alpine Hut's geodesic design withstands harsh winds, downpours, and even a little snow if you enjoy testing the definition of "three-season" camping. The vestibule is large enough for you and another camper to change out of wet rain shells and into warm cozy pajamas before bed, and there are windows so you can check the weather without letting any moisture in. Also unique to Salewa's tents are the various door opening options that let you open the door as wide as the entire wall or like a normal door. This adds versatile ventilation for hot deserts, humid woods, or lukewarm evenings.

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