Guide Gear Teepee Tent 18' x 18'
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|Number of Horses||—||—||—||7||8||4|
|Item Dimensions||—||196.8 x 196.8 x 116.4 in||122.05 x 141.73 x 82.68 in||1 x 1 x 1 in||14.2 x 50 x 11.1 in||18 x 38 x 9.5 in|
|Item Display Weight||24 lbs||13 kg||9.37 lbs||—||84.65 lbs||9.8 lbs|
|Number of Doors||—||1||2||1||2||1|
|Specific Uses For Product||backpacking||family camping||—||family camping||family camping||backpacking|
|Intended Use||camping||Travel & Car Camping, 4 Season, 10 Person, Portable, outdoor||travel, Portable, outdoor||four-or-more-person|camping|emergenc-and-survival-shelter|hunting-and-shooting||outdoor||boating|fishing|
A 21st-century take on an ageless design! It's clear why our Guide Gear Teepee Tents are a best seller. This 18' x 18' model easily sleeps 10-12 people, offering all the room you need for a comfortable night's sleep. And in this case, "big tent" doesn't mean "hard to set up." All you do is position the steel center pole, stake the guy lines, and your basecamp is complete! Full of features to keep the weather out and comfort in. 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. Round up the troops, pack up the car and find your next adventure in our Guide Gear Teepee Tent! 190-denier polyester shell with 1,000mm polyurethane waterproof coating; 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 10-12 people comfortably.; Material: 190-denier polyester; Sleeps: 10-12; Footprint: 18' x 18'; Center Height: 9'9"; Packed Dimensions: 33.5" x 9.5" x 9.5"; Weight: 21.25 lbs.; Order Now! Guide Gear Teepee Tent, 18' x 18'
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Before you go for the 18 footer, you can take a garden hose and block out the tent footprint so you can see how big it really is. If you camp in a small campground with low hanging limbs (height is 9.5 feet), then it might be too big for you. I love the height and the space, so it was perfect for me.
I read the reviews on the tent. It's true, the guy ropes are not standard paracord, but I wouldn't replace them unless you had to. I had mine set up for a week and there were 2 severe weather events. One was some pretty high winds and the other was torrential rain and high winds. They did fine. Someone suggested putting some Velcro on the bottom of the doors. That would work. Because of the slope, you can get the shower curtain on the wrong side of the tub effect. I sewed a loop on each of the 4 door sections on the bottom. I staked the loops down from the inside (it was sandy soil), just reaching out the screened area, and that kept the doors from touching the screen and all the water shed beautifully away from the tent.
I did give it 2 coats of silicone before the weather events...just to be sure. NO LEAKS. I also sealed the seams from the inside...something I do to every new tent I get.
Some say to get other stakes, I would buy a few higher end stakes. You wouldn't need to replace all of them. Just bring some extras and see where the needs are. I staked mine in Florida sand, and I ended up replacing about 4 of the stakes is all. It was enough.
After about a week, I took it down tonight and if you fold it into a square, with the cap in the middle, you can ease out a lot of the air and can make it smaller. You will NEVER get that tent back in the bag that it came in. Plan on a duffle to replace it or I keep all the old tent bags and I'm going to put it in an old tent bag I have that will be plenty large enough for it.
Someone complained about the pole ripping from the middle. BE SURE YOU PUT THE PLASTIC CAP ON THE POLE to protect the tent fabric. I almost didn't see it. I was outside and it just fell out of the tent pole bag and I was like, what's this? I took a pic of it so you can see it. Make sure you look for it and use it because that will protect your fabric and it would be so easy to lose it out in the grass. I now store it in a baggie with the pole base so it doesn't get lost.
I also took a pic of my tent. Notice the utility shed next to it so you can get some idea of scale. It is a large tent. I camp A LOT. I've owned cheap tents and high end ones, and this one was sewn well and the quality was not cheap in the workmanship. It's not high end either, but well worth what I paid for it. This is the biggest tent I think you can get where one person can put it up with ease.
So I have always wanted a teepee tent but could not afford one. When I saw this brand new on Ebay for 100.00 bucks free shipping I could not resist it.
Okay, So first impressions when I got it setup up and left it out for a couple of days in the backyard to test.
1. What the heck is this cord cause it is not paracord
2. Craftsmanship and build quality over is pretty good it is mass produced
3. Waterproofing was very poor this tipi leaked not bad but leaked everywhere
4. The Stakes were your standard stakes
5. The Center Pole is sturdy and has a chain going through it to hold it together.
So I made the following modifications to the teepee tent.
1. Replaced "FAKE Paracord" with good old Made in the US reflective Paracord and foliage.
2. Seamed Sealed and Kiwi Camp Dried it top to bottom 2 coats. (Took about 3 cans)
The results well lets just say that did the trick so far no more leaks stands up to high winds well.
I have had the Tipi tent now for 6 months and am very pleased with the purchase. After putting in some grunt work to fix the above issues and spending around $30.00 dollars for everything.
I hope this might help someone that was on the fence about getting one of these.
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