Dexton 7.5' Great Plains Teepee
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- Made of water-repellent and fire-resistant material
- Durable cotton canvas
- Easy to setup
- Easy to decorate with oil or water based paints
- Complies to US Toy Safety Standards
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This Sundance Indian Tee Pee is great for both indoor and outdoor play and is constructed of fire and water resistant cotton canvas. Kids can easily decorate the tee pee using both latex and oil based paint; and Native American patterns are included. Comes in Beige. Authentic Indian Design. Indoor-Outdoor Play. Water and Fire Resistant Materials. Durable Cotton Canvas Material. Easy to Decorate with any Permanent Latex or Oil Based Paint. Inside Dimensions 5ft tall x 6 ft wide. Canvas Already Decorated. For ages : 3+. 6 ft. W x 7.5 ft. H.
From the Manufacturer
Your child will enjoy playing Indians and Cowboys in their new Indian Teepee. Very easy to setup and decorate, your child can paint and decorate with oil or water based paints for a custom based feeling.
Top Customer Reviews
On the floor of the teepee, we are using his former crib mattress for him to sleep on, and we are using the body pillow we bought when my wife was pregnant to keep the form of the teepee wide and rounded. We are thinking of getting another body pillow for the other side of the teepee, just to make it symmetrical on the inside. The pillows help to keep the legs extended at their widest web.
It is roomy on the inside. We can comfortable sit in the doorway and read him books while he is in bed. And in the mornings, he now plays in the teepee for about 45mins to an hour (win on the weekend !) before wanting to emerge from his camp.
The construction is solid. I feel comfortable letting him and his friends run in and out of there without worry of it falling down. The poles are solid wood, with a connecting piece in the middle. Each rod is fed through a concealed sleeve that is stitched into the side of the teepee. I do wish there were rubber stoppers on the bottom ends of the poles. That might help to keep it expanded at full width (hence the need for the pillows).
I am glad we got the 7.5' teepee, because I was considering the 6' one for fear that the diameter would be too wide. Currently, it is no greater than 5.75', or the length of a crib mattress. Now I kind of wish we got the 9' teepee.
Up until now, most every purchase we've made for our kid (he's almost 3yrs) has had a short life span or been intended only for a certain period in their life. But I feel like we are going to get many years out of this one, even well beyond the point where he grows out of using it as a bed.