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Coleman Hooligan 3 Tent

by Coleman

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  • Ideal tent for recreational campers and backpackers
  • 3 person and 1 room tent, 2 pole dome structure, easy to transport and simple to set up
  • 8-Feetx7-Feet footprint, 59-Inch center height, 1 door, control airflow with adjustable ventilation
  • Window is accessible from tent's interior, entire mesh inner tent provides maximum ventilation
  • Limited 1 year warranty, made in China
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Product Description

The Hooligan 3 from Coleman is a 3 person backpacking tent. It features a full coverage coated polyester fly (450mm) that envelops the tent in a cocoon of protection from the harshest weather. A front vestibule offers some storage space for extra gear and the all mesh body is great for ventilation. The fly seams are sealed at the factory and the rugged 1000D polyethylene floor is a bathtub style (wraps up the sides) for extreme weather protection and has welded seams, even in the corners, to guard against leaks.Shockcorded fiberglass poles simplify set up.Vestibule for storage is built on - store wet or excess gear out of the weather.Snag Free continuous pole sleeves for a fast and easy set up.Interior storage pockets.Zipper Flap over the vestibule zipper keeps water out.External guy loops on fly for stability in wind.Mostly mesh interior provides good ventilation.Pin & Ring set up is fast and simple.Color coded set up is simple.Instruction sheet is sewn to the carry bag so you can't lose it.All carry sacks and stakes included.Fire retardant.Import..

Product Details

Color: Gold
  • Product Dimensions: 24 x 7 x 7 inches ; 12 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 12.1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Item model number: 2000001590
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (114 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #25,433 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

Works well without the rain fly in dry weather.
M. Stifler
The vent worked well, and if it's really hot, you can leave the rainfly off, and the tent is mostly mesh.
Jeff Mento
Overall this tent was exactly what I was expecting and I would recommend it to others.
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131 of 131 people found the following review helpful By Johnny Otter on June 9, 2010
Color Name: Gold Verified Purchase
The Coleman Hooligan 3 is an excellent tent for less-than-ideal spring/summer/fall conditions, but design elements keep me from recommending this tent for all-around use. The positive features actually can be negatives under certain circumstances. I rate this tent at 3.5 stars for general purpose use, and 3.75 for those who want a tent better able to handle tough weather. If the zippers and the multitude of lightweight Coleman-issue stakes were all sturdier, I'd make that a 4.

The Hooligan is similar to a two pole Coleman Sundome tent constructed primarily of netting covered by a complete, waterproof fly with a good sized vestibule. There are none of the "windows" common to the Sundome family of tents; airflow through the tent is via the door/dome/side Ventilation openings. The design makes it impossible to close off the side vents, rendering this tent impractical for very cold weather use. With 13 stakes necessary for the fly, and 4 for the tent itself, setting it up in rocky or very sandy soils could be a bit of a challenge. Otherwise, actual set-up is straightforward (a usage tip-do NOT stake the tent out prior to setting up the main poles; before you do, check the tension across the front of the tent, as I found that a lot of strain can be placed on the tent zipper if you don't proceed in this manner, and the zipper itself is a little on the wimpy side). With the vestibule, most folks will need to do a double-dip or drop to hands and knees to enter the Hooligan through the vestibule and door combination. With a 58" height, standing up inside is out of the question for most of us, but that's to be expected in a small tent.
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121 of 122 people found the following review helpful By V.Bonczyk on July 28, 2009
Color Name: Gold
I purchased the Coleman Hooligan 3 for car camping and used it for the first time this past weekend. I did not purchase through Amazon as I found it locally for $20 off, but I feel the Amazon price is fair and would not hesitate recommending it at the current price ($79.99 on 28 Jul 2009).

The first thing I did upon bring it home was un-pack it and set it up, followed closely by applying a silicon water repellant spray to the entire rain fly. This is imperative, especially with a tent at this relatively low price point, since factory waterproofing often leaves much to be desired.

Setup was quite simple and pretty quick. I set it up alone during the at-home shake down, but had my fiancée to help at the campsite over the weekend. It does go a little faster with two, but it's very doable solo. The poles are typical fiberglass with shockcord and insert into sleeves on the tent; I would have preferred clip-on hooks rather than sleeves so the tent can be erected after you bend the poles individually, but for the price of this tent it's acceptable.

The tent itself is composed mostly of screen material with a door on one side and a small zip open vent on the other. If you want any kind of privacy at all, the rain fly needs to be on the tent at all times. The floor of the tent is made up of heavy duty plastic tarp material and looks like it will hold up well if taken care of. The floor of the tent is large enough for a Intex® Camp Air Bed with Pump with about a foot of room to spare on two edges if you push it into the corner.
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58 of 58 people found the following review helpful By Albert J. Valentino on August 30, 2009
Color Name: Gold
I bought this tent to use for car camping for myself (one person). At 7x8 feet there is plenty of room for two people but threes a crowd. You can't stand but can comfortably kneel without your head hitting anything, and ventilation is very good. I just returned from three nights of camping in the White Mountains in New Hampshire where I set up at two different campsites - by myself. The first day it rained pretty much all night and no problems.

Proper setup is bit tedious, particularly the rain fly, because there are many stakes to set up, about 13 just for the rain fly plus all the Velcro attachments, at least 12-15. The material for the floor is pretty thick - a good thing. It will take a solid 20 minutes to setup `properly' by yourself, and up to 30 minutes if you have trouble bending, and/or you're middle aged like me. The view from instead is limited due to the design of the rain fly, and the entrance way through the vestibule is truly a pain in the back. However, in strong wind and rain the design makes up for the limited view and tedious setup since this design is exactly what you want in these `worst case' conditions. That crawl way through the vestibule is a great buffer zone for getting in and out of the tent when it rains without getting any water inside, and is also ideal for leaving your wet or dirty shoes outside the tent and protected from the elements.

EDITED To Add: I have now used this tent for at least 15 nights.
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