Guide Gear Deluxe Teepee Tent 14' x 14'
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An upgraded take on our best-selling tent! With all the features you want, plus a roomy vestibule you didn't realize you needed. The days of dragging dirt and mud into your sleeping area are over. Leave your boots and gear in the fully enclosed vestibule, or give your pup his own bedroom! It's fully attached and pops up in a flash. The teepee design endures, with a few 21st-century features. You stay dry and comfortable, and setup couldn't be easier. It starts with the factory-sealed seams. They ensure rain won't wash you out and spoil your adventure. Plus, weatherproofed windows give you a clear view outside, and tons of ventilation keeps the air flowing so you don't overheat. To pitch our Teepee Tent, just position the steel center pole, stake the guy lines, and your basecamp is complete! 190-denier polyester shell with 1,200mm polyurethane waterproof coating; Fully enclosed vestibule with removable floor for use as a mud room or extra gear storage; Weatherproofed windows with internal shades for privacy; Sewn-in polyethylene floor provides a sturdy base with no need to add a ground tarp; Center steel pole support makes for easy setup; Factory-sealed seams protect the seams to keep water and insects out; Rain-protected ventilation in peak and multiple ground air vents for superior airflow; Center-zip door with no-see-um-mesh; Equipped with stakes and easily adjustable pull-through guy lines; Sleeps 8-10 people comfortably; Shell: 190-denier polyester; Waterproof Coating: 1,200mm polyurethane; Sleeps: 8-10; Footprint: 14' x 14'; Center Height: 9'; Vestibule Dimensions: 57" x 51" x 71 h.; Packed Dimensions: 33" x 10" x 10"; Weight: 24 lbs.; Order now! Guide Gear Deluxe Teepee Tent, 14' x 14'
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This tent was made with a lot of good intentions but there was also a lot of corners cut.
It is spacious, plenty of room to move around inside.
The air circulation is rather poor, even with everything open.
The guy-lines are cheap, as expected, but not terrible.
The zippers are TRASH. Seriously, they are of terrible quality. Also, the placement of the inner doors is a bit of a pain in the ass. The outside door to the tent's room does not zip across the bottom. This means you must zip the mesh door up (the only door that zips across the bottom as well) and the "solid" door to keep insects, scorpions and other critters out.
I purchased the "deluxe" model with the vestibule. It is pretty much crap as well. It makes for an EXCELLENT bug catcher to corral all the bugs at the door to the tent room so they are able to stream inside upon egress. The wasps and bees seemed especially pleased with this.
The window zippers are ONLY ON THE OUTSIDE! WTF!!! In the storms, you had better be on alert and get the zipped up before the rain or you will get wet closing them. Oh, sure, there is the window flaps to prevent water from coming in....if it is a gentle shower. Otherwise water WILL come in.
Setting up was pretty damned simple-except for the vestibule, it was kind of a pain in the ass at first. There are NO real instructions that come with it, so check out some of the YouTube videos on the subject to help.
A lot of thought went into the tent design, it was just executed poorly. I do like the tent, make no mistake, but it the little things add up to make it annoying as hell. It's good, but it could be great.
Update: this tent is worse than I thought. Where the tie-down points connect with the cheap tarp like floor ALL of them have ripped out and torn apart, making it leak like crazy! Might be a great tent for Southern California where it never rains. However, for Oregon weather, it's absolutely USELESS!