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Coleman Elite Sundome Tent - 6-Person - 12' x 10'

Coleman Elite Sundome Tent - 6-Person - 12' x 10'
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$249.99
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$187.78
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Elite Sundome Tent - 6-Person - 12' x 10'

Luxury family camping tent, great for extended camping excursions.

Features:
  • 6 person tent, 2 rooms
  • 12' x 10' footprint
  • Exclusive WeatherTec™ System Guaranteed to keep you dry
  • Easy 2 pole set up, modified dome tent with roomy interior
  • Comfort system allows control of airflow with Variflo™ adjustable ventilation
  • Vented Cool-Air™ port
  • Shock-corded poles make setup and storage simple
  • Self-rolling windows
  • No-see-um mesh windows let breeze in, keep insects out
  • Interior gear pocket
  • Easy-to-follow instructions sewn into carry bag
  • Light runs up to 22 hours on low on 8 D batteries (not included)
  • Light is 350 lumens
  • Durable carry bag with separate storage bags for tents, poles and stakes
  • Electrical access port
  • Easy set up with continuous pole sleeves and InstaClip™ attachments
  • Dome structure, easy to transport and set up


Specifications:
  • 72" Center height
  • 2 Doors: 1 hinged/1 zipper
  • Polyester taffeta 75D flysheet
  • Polyester mesh 68D inner tent
  • Polyethylene 1000D-140g/sqm floor
  • Limited 1 year warranty
  • 11mm fiberglass poles
  • Made in China
  • Light is 350 lumens
  • Polyester taffeta 75D flysheet
  • Polyester mesh 68D inner tent
  • Polyethylene 1000D-140g/sqm floor
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Coleman Elite Sundome Tent - 6-Person - 12' x 10' 2000027946 COLEMAN ELITE SUNDOME 6 TENT 12 X 10
$187.78
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