Wawona 4 Tent: 4-Person 3-Season by The North Face
The North Face Wawona 4 Tent offers plentiful room for camp outings where a larger structure is desired for comfort and convenience. Think longer stays at your favorite state park and weekend music festivals for the Wawona 4's preferred usage. It's large enough for a family of four, yet isn't too bulky for a couple seeking extra room while car camping. The 6-foot height let's all but the tallest of campers stand upright for easier changing and gear sorting. Its robust single wall design and heavy-duty 12mm poles withstand heavy rainstorms without toppling over like flimsy tents. The large front vestibule has a roll-up shade for quick entry and optimal ventilation. When nasty weather rolls in, seal the front entrance to prevent rain and wind from blowing inside. Furthermore, there's a small rear door with a covered vestibule for added convenience and gear storage.
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