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Slumberjack 4 Person Trail Tent
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- Free-standing 4-person Trail Tent with full coverage rain fly and two vestibules; ideal for backpacking, fishing, and any other getaway adventure
- Easy set up with color-coded clip construction and side-release buckle ten-fly connection
- Sturdy fiberglass poles; heavy-duty 75D Polyester 1200mm construction with taped seams; mesh wall panels for ventilation; noiseless zipper pulls
- Ridge pole geometry for maximum interior space; internal storage pockets to keep essentials handy
- Packed weight: 11 pounds, 15 ounces; packed dimensions: 7.5 x 28 inches; assembled dimensions: 98 x 83 x 59 inches; floor area: 56.5 square feet
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|Item Dimensions||7.5 x 28 x 7.5 inches|
|Number Of Doors||2|
|Pole Material Type||fiberglass|
|Shipping Weight||12.85 pounds|
- Color-coded clip construction
- Mesh wall panels for optimum ventilation
- Internal storage pockets to keep essentials handy
- Waterproof, taped seems
- Noiseless zipper pulls
- Ridge pole geometry for maximum interior space
- Full-coverage rain fly for a dry overnight experience
- Quick and easy side-release buckle ten-fly connection
- Dual-entry, dual-vestibule design
Size and Weight Specifications:
- Packed Weight: 11 pounds, 15 ounces
- Minimum Weight: 11 pounds, 4 ounces
- Assembled dimensions: 98 x 83 x 59 inches
- Floor Area: 56.5 square feet
- Vestibule Area: 16.7 square feet (x2)
- Packed Dimensions: 7.5 x 28 inches (diameter x length)
Top Customer Reviews
This tent, the Slumberjack trail tent is based off the same design as the Kelty - Trail Ridge (comes in 2, 3, 4, 6 person designs)
This tent also shares similar designs with the higher end Sierra Designs - Yahi tents (4, 6 person design)
Slumberjack Trail Tent model main difference: fibreglass poles, no vents rainfly design, thinner coating for the nylon covers, clip system for rainfly.
Kelty Trail Ridge main differences: DAC DA17 poles, 2 air vents for rainfly, thicker 1800mm coating for nylon, top gera loft net, clip system for rainfly.
Sierra Designs Yahi main differences: Slightly different roof design, air vents and sew-free window, thicker 3000 coating for floor, Superseal Floor, m hub pole junction, 360 zipper door, clip system for rain fly and jakes foot pole attachment.
Basically these tents are well built, well designed. If your on a budget and want a high end tent with all the nice features get the slumber jack, just realize that there are no vents unless you open up a vistibule doorway, might not be very fun in the rain and wind.
If your looking for a bit more durability and camp 2-3 times a year, grab the Kelty version as it has vents and poles are made of DAC DA17 material that are very sturdy and durable, plus the nylon coating is 20% thicker.
If your an avid camper looking to camp 5 times a year or more for long periods of time, grab the Sierra Designs version. They are all based on the same basic design but contain more durability and comfort features as you move up.Read more ›
Although the rainfly did let a very small amount of rain in through the zipper.
It looks good, it's pretty quick to set up, it's light for its function and size, and there are doors on both sides. There are four big pockets on the inside also. There are also four loop hangers, one in each corner. Also, the zippers pull very easily, most of the time you can use one hand.
There are two poles that run horizontally across the top of the tent. They are supposed to give more room at the top, by flattening out that area. But the difference wasn't very big. Also it is somewhat difficult to line up the rainfly patches onto the poles. These patches are supposed to go line up over the poles so there is less chance of tearing the fly.
There are four attachable cords, one for each corner. At first I thought they were for pulling the rainfly off the tent to keep the water off, but it turns out there is a velcro loop on the inside of the rainfly that attaches to the fiberglass poles at each corner. So they don't pull the rainfly off of the tent, but they help hugely with stability in the wind. I had a late night setup one night in a too-small area. The wind kicked up in the morning and almost flattened the tent. I was able to attach the small cords at each corner the next night (in a new location, but still very windy) and it made a world of difference.
Maybe someone can explain this part; there are 3 stake holes at each entrance, 2 by the zipper (one on each side). I can't really see the point of putting a stake in the hole left of the zipper. It just keeps the fly in the way so you have to step over it to get in/out.
Another FYI, the bottom is thin.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I'm scout since 1978 and I've lost count of the times I've gone to camp outdoors, this is a tent with features and quality brands like The North Face, Marmot, Big Agnes or Black... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Juan Lisandro Cordon Vega
Very light, an so easy to put up, also stays up to the wind, I would definitely recommend this tent .Published 2 months ago by jay a sivertsen
Good tent for the price. The bottom is thin, you'll want the foot print to go with this tent. The vestibules are kind of small, serviceable though. Read morePublished 2 months ago by mike rayburn
This tent is great. Very roomy and we love the netting walls. The zippers are holding up well. Left it up in a pretty good rainstorm with some pretty nice wind and it held strong.Published 3 months ago by justin reinitz
I purchased the Trail Tent 4 in early 2013, and since then I have used it on camping trips with my troop on at least half of the 60 nights I've been camping since then. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Tent Camping Addict at Blogger
Body structure has 4 walls that is made of all mesh. this for total 120 degrees hot summer.
There was no mention about that.
My wife bought this tent for her and my daughters. I told her that I would have paid a lot more for a quality name brand model instead. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Bernard Burgess
This is an OK tent. Plenty of room for 2 adults. Seems to do well in the rain. Pretty quick to set up. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Frank Obusek