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Coleman 4-Person Evanston Tent with Screened Porch Canopy 9 Ft x 7 Ft Fits Queen Bed

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  • 4-person tent with spacious interior
  • WeatherTec System guaranteed to keep you dry
  • Screened porch
  • Strong Insta-Clip attachments add rigidity to wind-tested pole structure
  • 15 minute set up
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Product Description

Great for backpacking - Sleeps 4, room to move - Fits 1 Queen airbed - Waterproof floor - Strong Frame - Easy Setup

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  • Product Dimensions: 25 x 8 x 8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 16.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B007OJW7QU
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (99 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #14,130 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Tent is very easy to put up.
Amazon Customer
To sum up, I really couldn't be happier with this tent.
Dash
The screened in "porch" area is so great!
Monica

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201 of 207 people found the following review helpful By usmc81hog on June 14, 2012
After reading all of the reviews on amazon, the web, ebay, etc. and my previous experience with coleman tents, this is my opinion and notes about the coleman evanston 4 screened tent. The first thing I would like to clear the air about and voice what I know to be accurate and true, is that when a tent states: "4 person tent, 8 person tent" it means that the tent will sleep that many people; not that they will have room to move, boogie woogie, and bring their entire house with them. 4 person means that 4 bodies will fit on the floor surface. Now that I said that, I'm ready to describe my experience with the tent... so far.
Once the tent arrived, brand new, I staked the 4 corners and quickly assembled the structure in a matter of 4-7 minutes. 2 long black poles for the frame, 1 thick short black pole for roof support, and 1 grey pole for the screened porch. The poles are fiberglass, which if you intended to backpack with this tent, you would be carrying a lot more weight that could have been reduced by coleman, but the alternative aluminum poles are more costly, and I can see why, for the price, fiberglass was the material of choice. Although, I do not like fact that coleman claims this tent to be backpacking worthy, when in all actuality, it is not. The color is an off, burnt orange, and an off white, with the famous coleman lantern emblem on the right side of the rainfly. Speaking of the rainfly, it was very simple to adhere/fasten to the main structure with its bungee clips and guylines. There are only four guylines which I consider to be a little too long for my taste, so what I end up doing is tying a figure eight on a bite about halfway down the line to minimize the risk of damage or tripping.
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29 of 32 people found the following review helpful By Roger on May 8, 2014
We are a small family of 4. 5'7"+5'5"+2 Kiddos (preteens). I was looking at Coleman 6 person instant tent originally and landed up buying it online. Then I saw this tent at Costco and picked one up for testing. Wow. Just returned the 6 person tent and kept this one.

Pros:

1. Space: Put a Queen Topper and a Twin Topper and it fits very well. I could have fitted two double toppers if I wanted. I am talking about car camping and nice 3" memory foam toppers. Best sleeping arrangement ever. Now the height is a bit small. I have to bend a little but we do most of our stuff sitting and this is awesome for it. Most of the time we play few games and sleep in the tent. We go camping to enjoy outdoors and if I needed the height then my 20' house ceiling is much impressive than any tent out there. But once again, my case is different. The porch area is separate and you can store your stuff there. It is about 15-20 sqft give or take few. I really like this area. I put a rug and it gives the feel of a real porch and keeps the dust away from the sleeping area. Few people mentioned that the tent is 7x7 but not really. It is 9x7 inside and porch is 9' at the back end wide 3' deep and front end tapers to about 6 feet. So it forms a rhombus. During daytime I slide the rainfly down if the weather is good. Once I was expecting bad weather and I left it on. I like the open look during day and closed look during night. Extra stuff that people complain about is the space. Yes, I have a huge car which I brought all the stuff in. I use that for that extra space. I like to keep the tent area nice, clean and organized. Best part is that both my kids liked this tent better then the 6 person coleman tent. That's a keeper right there.

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37 of 42 people found the following review helpful By Dash on July 29, 2013
I purchased this tent for a recent car camping trip. It was only myself in the tent, but I like a lot of room and wanted the luxury of a queen size air mattress. This tent was way more than I expected. The 9'x7' print is large enough to comfortably accommodate two adults, a child, and even a dog. 4 adults would be tight, but it is doable. For 1 adult, this is a luxury condo. Set up is very straight forward and easy to follow and perform. I had mine set up by myself in 15 minutes.

The screened porch is invaluable and works wonders for keeping the inside of the tent free of debris. The openings on the sides of the porch that everyone complains about actually serve a good purpose. They make it super easy to shake dirt and rocks out of the porch area. Just remove the stakes and direct all the debris by lifting the porch so that everything falls towards the openings. I will mention that I did this at the end of the trip when I was tearing down the tent.

Upon setting up my tent, I used duct tape to seal these openings from bugs. Only took a minute and worked great. No bugs made it into even the porch area my whole trip. Keeping it zipped, of course.

The poles are of good construction for a tent in this price range and were significantly more robust than I expected. The tube walls are actually pretty thick.

I can't comment on the water resistance qualities as there wasn't a drop of rain the whole trip. Thumbs up. If you're really worried about it, pick up some seam sealer and hit all the seams with it before your trip.

This is by all means a summer tent. The all mesh design is excellent for ventilation, but would be brutal in cold weather.
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