Salewa Denali IV Tent: 4-Person 3-Season

Salewa Denali IV Tent: 4-Person 3-Season
Salewa Denali IV Tent: 4-Person 3-Season
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Denali IV Tent: 4-Person 3-Season by Salewa
You told everyone you were going to live out of a van as soon you graduate college. Well, summer's here and you just learned a valuable lesson in automobile loans, in that you can't afford one. Salewa's Denali IV Tent is a much less expensive investment, and it packs in the beater car you already own, so it's like you're living the van life without having access to the money you need to own a large automobile. This tent travels to all the camping destinations you have planned for the summer. Its unique dome design is rugged enough to withstand winds, rains, and three-season weather. There are two large vestibules for cooking food in the rain as well as storing gear. Multiple door opening options allow you to open the door as wide as the wall, and still stay secure in the worst weather you experience on this epic adventure.

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