Coleman Longs Peak Fast Pitch Dome Tent - 6-Person

Coleman Longs Peak Fast Pitch Dome Tent - 6-Person
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Longs Peak™ Fast Pitch™ Dome Tent - 6-Person

Setting up your home base is easy with the Coleman Longs Peak™ Fast Pitch™ 6-Person Dome Tent. The Fast Pitch™ system uses pre-attached poles and hub, fast fit feet and snag-free Insta-Clip™ suspension to let you set up your tent 40% faster than a comparable Coleman tent with conventional setup. If it rains, the WeatherTec™ system with its patented welded floors and inverted seams will help you stay dry. Additionally, a door awning helps to keep the water out. Illumiline™ reflective guy lines are more visible at night so you don't get tripped up if you need to take a walk in the dark. With space for two queen-sized airbeds, you'll have plenty of room to stretch out in this tent, which then easily packs up into a carry bag with a rip strip and you're off on your next adventure.

  • Official tent of the National Park Foundation
  • Up to 40% faster setup than a comparable standard Coleman_ tent with conventional setup
  • Fast Pitch™ system with pre-attached poles and hub, fast fit feet, and snag-free Insta-Clip™ suspension
  • Illumiline™ reflective guy lines for greater visibility at night
  • WeatherTec™ system - welded floors and inverted seams help keep water out
  • Door awning helps keep the rain out
  • E-Port makes it easy to bring electrical power inside your tent
  • Storage pockets to keep your gear organized
  • Durable, Polyguard™ fabric is made to last season after season
  • Included rainfly for extra weather protection
  • Carry bag with rip strip makes packing up a cinch
  • Easy setup in about 6 minutes
  • Spacious interior has room for 2 queen airbeds
  • 10 ft. x 10 ft.
  • 6 ft. center height
  • 1-year limited warranty
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