- polyurethane-coated nylon
- Made in the USA or Imported
- 5" high
- 15" wide
- Classic A-frame tent design, updated with a number of modern features
- Three-season, two-person tent sets up quickly via two sturdy yet lightweight aluminum poles;
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Stansport Scout Backpacking/Camping Tent
The Stansport Scout backpack tent offers the nostalgic appeal of this classic A-frame tent design, updated with a number of modern features.
It sets up quickly via two sturdy yet lightweight aluminum poles, and includes ropes and stakes for when conditions turn windy.
The 3.8-pound, three-season tent meets CPAI-84 flame retardant specifications.
- Polyurethane-coated Nylon Fabric
- 2 aluminum poles
- Includes ropes & stakes
- No-see-um mesh door screens
- Rugged polyethylene floor
- Measures 54" x 36" x 78" (WxHxD)
- 3.8-pound weight
|Campsite Carry-All Trash Can||Single Burner Propane Stove||Folding Camp Stove Toaster||Small Hurricane Lantern||Camper's Percolator||Cast Iron 6 Piece Cookware Set|
|Also From Stansport:||Keep your campsite clean||Great for camping or backpacking||Great toast on your camp stove||Durable metal hurricane lantern||Morning coffee is a must||Cast iron that lasts|
- Product Dimensions: 36 x 78 x 54 inches
- Shipping Weight: 4.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B01N2NVY3L
- Date first available at Amazon.com: November 29, 2016
- Average Customer Review:
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I'd agree with a lot of the other reviews though and will have to only rate it for 4 stars. We were camping in some pretty warm weather (80's) so I can't vouch for its waterproofness either. But if it got cold outside say down into the 40's condensation would be a real concern. Even with the door flaps and back window flap open I could feel the temperature raising once I climbed in. This tent simply doesn't breath very well. Waking up in a puddle of water from condensation isn't fun. But just to be clear, that didn't happen and there was no buildup in the tent at all. If the tent were to breath better I'd give it a 5 star rating for sure.
CONS: if you use the rope/stakes on the side, the enter of the tent pulls down. If you don't use the side ropes, the center sags in. This was mostly okay, except when I used this tend there was a lot of humidity/condensation, which meant I had to carefully exit the tent every morning lest I wanted to exit soaking wet.
I road my bike across Iowa with this tent on my back rack. I had to get creative in order to make the side ropes work as intended. If I parked my tent between two trees and tied the ropes up to them at a higher angle (not downward) the inside would be very spacious.
Overall its not a bad tent, I just think there are some design flaws that could be worked out, but considering the price, it wasn't a bad purchase.
This was just a backyard test before a trip. If more problems arise will post. Just wanted people to know it is NOT WATERPROOF.
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