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Snugpak 92890 The Bunker Tactical Shelter, Olive
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- 60 second set up comes with pre-attached poles
- Spacious interior fits queen sized airbed and two inner storage pockets
- Weather Tec system and integrated rain fly
- 2 Doors / 2 Vents
- 50D Polyester No-See-Um-Mesh
- DAC Featherlite NSL anodized poles
- Inner Tent constructed of 190t Nylon
- Alloy Stakes (17 + 2 Spare Stakes)
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The Bunker by Snugpak is built and designed for long term hard use. With it's 5000mm PU Coated Fly it can handle large amounts of rain as well as surpasses many other tent manufacturers with a much less superior fabric. The Bunker has two doors and two vents as well as all types of extras like internal mesh pockets, No-See-Um-Mesh, all seams are seam taped and much more. The Bunker is a Fly First pitch type tent, which allows the users to quickly set up the fly and seek shelter from the elements. Specifications SHELTER WEIGHT 4.20 LBS (Fly, Inner Tent & Poles) TRAIL WEIGHT 6.75 LBS PACK WEIGHT 7.74 LBS (Fly, Inner Tent, Poles, Stakes, Repair Kit & Carry Case) PACKSIZE 18.5"L x 8"D inches.
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I purchased this tent as I wanted a high quality tent but was tired of all the brightly colored tents from other manufacturers. Wanted something that could stand up to adverse conditions as well.
Tent comes in a very nice stuff sack with compression straps. Inside is the tent, bag with nice Al poles, bag with tent pegs and a bag with a repair kit. Nice packaging! The tent is a fly first setup with color coded poles, black and green. There is a green tag on the sleeve the green tagged pole slips into. Getting the inner tent portion is a bit of a struggle the first time. Have to figure out if it's the right way before you start putting the little pegs through the loops due to the dual doors. Best to set it up at home before trying to set up in the dark at some campsite.
I just leave mine connected LOL so all I have to do is insert the poles. So far it seems to be working out fine. There is no footprint listed, so I bought some Tyvek and use that for a ground sheet. There are plenty of tie outs, but the tent pegs, while they look nice are substandard for hard ground. Smashed the tops of many of them already.
There are 2 doors and three "layers" for each door. The outer fly zips and velcros shut, and there is also a bug screen plus another layer you can zip shut. Cuts down on the breeze and light transmission without buttoning everything up completely. Nice feature! There are peg and loop attachments for each "door" so you can tie each layer out of the way.
So far I have only been out in nice conditions so can't comment on adverse weather, but am happy with my purchase.