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Coleman Signature 10-Person Instant Cabin w/Rainfly

Coleman Signature 10-Person Instant Cabin w/Rainfly
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$399.99
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Signature 10-Person Instant Cabin w/Rainfly

The Coleman® Signature 10-Person Instant Cabin with Rainfly makes camping easy so you can enjoy every moment of your outdoor adventure. In about a minute you can have the tent set up or taken down. The spacious interior fits four queen-sized airbeds. The exclusive WeatherTec™ system and an included rainfly help keep you dry and comfortable when it rains. Double-thick, rugged Polyguard 2X™ tent fabric helps prevent rips and tears, and a ground vent provides increased ventilation. You'll love the Illumiline™ reflective guy lines, as well as the pre-attached poles of this instant cabin. When it's time to go home, the whole thing fits in the included carry bag with rip strip.

Features:
  • Spacious interior has room for 4 queen airbeds
  • Room divider creates privacy without feeling cramped
  • Pre-assembled poles for fast and easy setup in about a minute
  • Illumiline™ reflective guy lines for greater visibility at night
  • Included rainfly for extra weather protection
  • WeatherTec™ system's patented welded floors and inverted seams help keep water out
  • Rugged, Polyguard 2X™ double-thick fabric stands up to the rigors of the outdoors
  • Ground vent for increased ventilation
  • Carry bag with rip strip makes packing up a cinch
  • 14' x 10'
  • 6'7" center height
  • 1-year limited warranty
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Coleman Signature 10-Person Instant Cabin w/Rainfly 2000016073 COLEMAN SIGNATURE 10-PERSON INSTANT CABIN W/ RAINFLY
$310.95
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