Coleman Mountain View 12 X 12 Screendome Shelter

Coleman Mountain View 12 X 12 Screendome Shelter
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Mountain View™ 12 X 12 Screendome Shelter

Two moveable/removable shade walls provide custom extra sun protection
  • Screen walls on all sides can be unzipped and stored away in the built in pockets
  • Over 66% smaller pack size and 43% lighter than a comparable Coleman® instant sun shelter
  • Dome shape is super stable and offers protection from low angle sun
  • Illumiline™ reflective guy lines for greater visibility at night
  • Vented roof releases trapped heat for more comfort
  • Taped seams help keep water out if it rains

  • Specifications:
    • Footprint: 12' X 12' (3.7 X 3.7M)
    • Canopy size: 10' X 10' (3 X 3M)
    • Shade Area : 100sq. ft. (9.3 sq M)
    • Center Height: 7' 6" (2.3M)
    • Material: Polyguard 2XT,Polyester Mesh 68D
    • Poles: Fiberglass
    • Weight: 27 lb (12.2 kg)
    Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
    Coleman Mountain View 12 X 12 Screendome Shelter 2000024748 COLEMAN MOUNTAIN VIEW 12 X 12 SCREENDOME SHELTER
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