Tensleep Station Tent: 4-Person 3-Season by Big Agnes
While everyone else in camp tries to find a spot to park their gas-guzzling trucks and complicated campers, you'll be kicked back and sipping frosty brews in the shade of your Big Agnes Tensleep Station 4-Person Tent. Big, spacious, and easy to pitch, the Tensleep is the ideal campground tent with room for a posse of full-grown folks and a spacious front vestibule that can be set up as a porch or zipped down to double as a second room if you want to put some fabric between you and your companions. This particular version of the Tensleep sleeps four and has front and back doors for easy ins and outs during the night. The seams are sealed, and the fly and floor are treated with a waterproof PU coating to keep everyone nice and dry when a storm rolls through camp. In addition to the mesh vents on both doors, the Tensleep has two large mesh windows on the sides of the tent to keep things cool on those hot summer nights. And when it's time to break down camp and head to the next mountain range, you'll be able to pack the tent down quickly thanks to its color-coded buckles and webbing, so you'll be out of there before all of those trucks and campers start to clog up the highways.
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Big Agnes Tensleep Station Tent: 4-Person 3-Season
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