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Texsport Camouflage Trail Tent

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  • Compact tent from Texsport offers comfortable night's sleep for two campers, at a great value
  • Durable taffeta material has water-resistant polyurethane coating and is flame retardant to C.P.A.I.-84 specifications
  • Classic pup tent design accented by tub-style polyethylene floor constructed of water- and boot-proof ripstop material
  • Zippered mesh rear window with storm flap for optimal airflow; comes complete with stakes and convenient carrying and storage
  • Measures 54-by-38-by-84 inches (W x H x D)

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A proper collection of camping gear begins with your tent, and this compact model from Texsport offers a comfortable night's sleep for two campers, at a great value.

The Camouflage Trail Tent measures 54-by-38-by-84 inches (W x H x D) and features easy set-up and take-down. Ruggedly durable taffeta material has a water-resistant polyurethane coating and is flame retardant to C.P.A.I.-84 specifications. Its classic pup tent design is accented by a tub-style polyethylene floor constructed of water- and boot-proof ripstop material, and a zippered mesh rear window with storm flap for optimal airflow. The tent comes complete with stakes and a convenient carrying and storage bag.

Product Description

Easy to set up camo tent.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 84 x 54 x 38 inches ; 3.6 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000P9GZGE
  • Item model number: 1905
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (126 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #11,571 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

This is a good at best tent.
C. Norman
The bottom of the floor of the tent was tarp like material so I felt a little safer from wetness.
M. Florio
The tent was very easy to set up.
C. Diltz

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140 of 143 people found the following review helpful By Sherpa Benet on September 6, 2010
Okay, let's be honest. This tent is 25 bucks. You're not getting a Eureka, or a Marmot, or a Big Agnes or Sierra Designs or anything else that is $100-$300 dollars. It's not for mountaineering or winter camping, and it's not going to hold up in a serious thunderstorm. But for 25 bucks, it's probably the best thing on the market for the casual outdoorsman or backpacker on a tiny budget.

I bought mine for short overnight hikes and backyard camping to introduce my sons to the outdoors. The design is based on your typical military pup tent, or the Marine Corps' boot camp version of two ponchos snapped together and pitched over two end poles. But this is a bit better since it actually zips up and the ends aren't open.

I was actually surprised with the tent's durability and overall performance. C'mon, I bought it at a big-box store for dirt cheap. How long should I expect it to last? I was thinking one season at most. Instead I've had this little guy for 5 years. Used it a handful of times each summer and have never really had any problems with it. It worked great for a cross-country motorcycle trip. It was small and lightweight enough to strap across the top of my sissy bar bag without changing the ride dynamic at all. Kept me dry through some sprinkles and cool nights in the Appalachians.

The floor is made out of the same material as your standard blue tarp, but it's OD green. And the tent is made out of material like a windbreaker, but with a slightly rubbery feel to it, but not quite as heavy as a military poncho. It's very water resistant and will keep you dry from dew and a light shower, but it's not a heavy duty waterproof tent. I've never had water leak through the floor, and condensation is moderate inside.
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50 of 53 people found the following review helpful By Z1K on February 7, 2011
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I purchased this tent about 8 months ago as an addition to my BOB (Bug Out Bag). Its shipped quickly, and is packaged small and light. I am used to camping in a seven man tent, so I expected the two man to be very cramped. Of course, there is not exactly room for my queen sized double height air bed inside, but for two people using self inflating ground pads, it is roomier than I expected. The side lashing pulls out the tent fabric and makes a big difference in cubic feet of interior space.
There are two downers for this tent imho. First, the waterproof coating, or the material used makes the surface of the tent very shiny, not what I was going for with a camouflage tent. Solution, hang a burlap hunting blind on a cord above the tent, or a camouflage tarp. Second, the support pole is right in the center of the doorway, it takes a little knack getting into and out of the tent, even for my wife who's about 5'4". I would still recommend this tent to a friend, just buy some camo netting and some paracord or something to help disguise this if that is your intention.
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43 of 48 people found the following review helpful By M. Florio on September 1, 2009
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I purchased this tent for my B.O.B. bag that I keep in case of emergencies. I had the opportunity to test the tent. I took it hiking and It had just rained the whole day except for the night. In Florida, it was a good thing, to cool things down a bit. The one thing is it kept all those bugs out of the tent at night so I can try to sleep in peace. I Had a tarp that I would normally use under the tent but instead put on top of the tent for add extra rain protection in case it down poured at night which never happened. The bottom of the floor of the tent was tarp like material so I felt a little safer from wetness. It was so wet out, that we could not get a fire to stay lit, since it rained all day and we arrived at night to setup the tents. The tent lasted all night with no leaking or problems, it even was a sinch to setup once you get the pegs pre-tied. Suggest if you purchase this tent for the same reason I did that you...Purchase some more metal tent pegs, a tarp, big enough to cover the tent, bungee cords to hold the tarp down (if used on top of tent), some soft floor for comfort in sleeping (sleeping bag would have worked here) all I took was blanket and a pillow of some sort (could use backpack for pillow) The size of the tent was ok for one person with room for your gear.. Perfect for what I need it for. I give this tent 5 stars.
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46 of 56 people found the following review helpful By C. Norman on September 18, 2009
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I have always found myself in an a frame tent whether im camping, hunting, or doing my annual disapear into the south hills of idaho for a month. This is a good at best tent. Somethings ive DIY'd on this tent: Sewed zippers on the storm flaps, haha, more like dew storm flaps, seam seal taped ALL the seams, used my own guylines(5mm polycord), swapped the "chopsticks" for some real stakes (if you use the black ones tie some ribbon on them so you dont lose them in the bush.), and sewed zippers and the rear storm flap on the INSIDE! =)I bought this tent because i loved the price and im a camo kind of guy, the camo is a bit to light to do any real stealthy camping. Somethings i love: The thick ripstop tub floor (nice on wet ground), Zippered masquiter net, nice material for body of tent, alloy poles, low weight (I hike average 18mi a day with up to 9,500ft of change). I've had this tent for over 5months now and some signs of wear are coming up,(then again im in it every weekend, and days off, a solid 14days a month), nothing someone crafty cant repair. Ducktape! This tent is small, me, my wife, and my 20ga (old trusty), barely fit without touching the walls. Overall good little tent, will use till it turns to dust.
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