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Coleman Elite Montana 8 Tent w/LED - 16' x 7'

Coleman Elite Montana 8 Tent w/LED - 16' x 7'
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Elite Montana 8 Tent with LED - 16' x 7'

Add some outdoor technology to your next campout and still have a lot of room to spread out with Coleman's Elite Montana 8-person tent. Comfortably fits 3 queen size airbeds. The hinged door makes it easy to move in and out. Built-in LED lights keep the party going all night. During the day, auto roll windows let you catch some rays. Welded floors and inverted protected seams keep you and your items dry in case of rain. Durable tent gives you great airflow while keeping bugs out. Snag-free setup in just 15 minutes.

Features:
  • 8 person, 1 room tent
  • 16' x 7' footprint
  • Exclusive WeatherTec System keeps you dry, guaranteed
  • Easy to follow instructions are sewn into the carry bag
  • Negative angle windows
  • Self-rolling windows
  • Hinged door
  • Shock-corded poles make setup and storage simple
  • Tent includes remote controlled light
  • Replaceable 15 watt spiral fluorescent tube
  • Light runs up to 22 hours on low on 8D batteries (not included)
  • Light is 100 lumens
  • Durable carry bag with separate storage bags for tents, poles and stakes
  • Easy set up with continuous pole sleeves and InstaClip attachments
  • Front Porch and Wings provide great outdoor living space


Specifications:
  • 74" center height
  • 1 hinged door
  • Door can be used without installed door frame
  • Simple installation and takedown
  • Modified dome structure, easy to transport and set up
  • Taffeta: Polyester 75D flysheet
  • Mesh: Polyester 68D inner tent
  • Floor: Polyethylene 1000D-140g/sqm
  • 450mm PU coating for flysheet and inner tent
  • 9.5mm and 11mm fiberglass poles
  • Limited 1 year warranty
  • Made in China
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