Tahoe Gear Ozark 3-Season 16 Person Large Family Cabin Tent
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- SPACIOUS TENT: Large yet practical with a generous 7-foot center, the Tahoe Gear Ozark is perfect for group or family camping trips with up to 16 people
- EASY TO ASSEMBLE: Easy to assemble shock-corded poles and pin-and-ring system allow for quick setup
- WATERPROOF: Features water-resistant 1200mm polyester fly with taped fly seams and polyethylene floor
- EXTRA COVERAGE: Fly canopy extends out over the door for extra coverage, and includes guy ropes on each side for securing tent in windy weather
- OPEN MESH DESIGN: Open mesh-design and floor vents provide excellent cross ventilation throughout the tent
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1.The colour coded poles go across the top of the tent in sleeves that have a small fabric coloured stripe (ends of the tunnelled pockets on the top). Three go across and two go lengthwise to make a grid. The black ones thread underneath! These 5 poles then hook into the tops of the plastic "elbows" that are sewn onto the tent.
2. The larger (in diameter) poles hook into the bottom of the plastic "elbows" and clip down the sides of the tent.
3. DO NOT put the poles through the metal rings along the bottom of the tent... your life will suck for 20 minutes or so while you try to figure out why the tent won't stay down. It may seem like a splendid idea, and you can get em' to fit with a bit of elbow grease... but don't!! Metal rings are for metal stakes! The pin goes in the bottom of the pole... huh, who knew? Instructions for the camping neophyte would have been great here! YouTube to the rescue... look up pin and ring system for tents if you need a visual.
5. The fly is the easiest thing ever, just clip the plastic clips to the metal triangle clips on the big poles.
Hopefully this helps somebody out!! If we had had directions like what I just wrote, the tent would have gone up in 15 minutes tops!
The tents goes back in the bag easily and is awesome once it is up!
Edit: My wife wanted me to point out that the tent tore at the seam and was easily sewn back together. Also the top poles are color coded and you cannot mess them up, just put colored pole with correct color sleeve. Once all the top poles are in it's like an ez up with the top rigid and it's easy going to put up support poles. One person could do it, but better to have two.
I'm increasing rating to 5 because wife says I'm too rough on things. She's probably right.
2nd edit: I was asked a good question. The marketing doesn't say, but the tent does come with a power port located by the door, that was nice bonus and company would be smart to mention that. Didn't notice any hanger stuff/bags, but with this much room just bring a dresser or something to store your stuff in. And tent folded up easy and actually fit back in bag without extreme measures.