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Coleman Hooligan Tent

Coleman Hooligan Tent

Description

The Coleman Hooligan Tent features a lightweight, two-pole design that is easy to carry and quick to set up.

Features

  • Exclusive WeatherTec System Keeps You Dry Guaranteed
  • Spacious Interior
  • Snag-Free Continuous Pole Sleeves Offer Easy Setup
List Price
$99.99
Your Price
$95.52
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Your entire hiking group will sleep protected from the weather inside a Coleman Hooligan™ 3-Person Tent with full rainfly. The three-season tent is designed for most conditions-mild to harsh-backpackers are sure to encounter. A fully-covered vestibule helps keep the inside of the tent clean by allowing for dry entry and blocking the wind around the door. When the weather is warm, take the rainfly off to enjoy the incredible ventilation from the mesh inner tent. Insta-Clip™ Pole Attachments stand up to high wind and the WeatherTec™ System's welded floors and inverted protected seams help ensure you stay dry. The snag-free, continuous pole sleeves mean you only have to feed the poles once-reducing setup time to just 10 minutes.

Features:

  • Dome for quick, 10-minute setup
  • Fully-covered vestibule for dry entry and added wind protection near the door
  • Full rainfly for protection from the cold, sun, wind and rain
  • Dry entry vestibule allows convenient access and adjustable airflow
  • Entire mesh inner tent provides maximum ventilation
  • Full fly offers complete protection in the harshest conditions
  • Full-mesh inner tent for incredible ventilation
  • Large windows help cool the tent
  • Storage pockets keep gear organized
  • WeatherTec™ System with welded floors and inverted seams keep water out
  • Insta-Clip™ pole attachments stand up to winds
  • 8 ft. x 7 ft. (2.44 m x 2.13 m), fits three people
  • Center height: 4 ft. 10 in. (1.47 m)
  • Limited 1 year warranty
  • Made in China
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Coleman Hooligan Tent 2000018288 Hooligan Tent, 3 Person
$95.52
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