Stoic Madrone 4 Tent: 4-person 3-season

Stoic Madrone 4 Tent: 4-person 3-season
Stoic Madrone 4 Tent: 4-person 3-season
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Madrone 4 Tent: 4-person 3-season by Stoic
What is more American than packing the entire family into a minivan and heading out to enjoy a long summer weekend in one of our numerous National Parks' Once you've found the perfect site, you can pull out the Madrone 4 Tent and be settled in in no time. With an intuitive setup, reliable weather protection, and durable materials, this spacious tent provides a great option for car camping with kids. A mesh ceiling lets the whole family stargaze if the weather is clear, and you can turn the floor into an instant comfort zone by adding two Stoic Camp Cloud Double Beds (sold separately).

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