Coleman WeatherMaster 6 - 17' x 9' Screened Tent w/Hinged Door

Coleman WeatherMaster 6 - 17' x 9' Screened Tent w/Hinged Door
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WeatherMaster™ 6 - 17' x 9' Screened Tent w/Hinged Door

WeatherMaster brings an easy set up with continuous, color coded pole sleeves and shock-corded poles. The carry bag also includes separate sacks for poles and stakes and easy instructions sewn into the durable carry bag.

  • 6 person, 2 rooms
  • 17' x 9' footprint
  • Cabin structure; heavier, stronger, better for extended stay camping
  • 82" center height
  • 2 Doors - Front Door is Hinged
  • Strong steel and fiberglass frame
  • Control airflow with Variflo™ adjustable ventilation
  • Vented Cool-Air™ port
  • Privacy vent window
  • Interior gear pocket
  • Electrical access port
  • Reverse angle windows
  • Easy set up with continuous, color coded pole sleeves and shock-corded poles

  • Fly: Polyester taffeta 75D
  • Mesh: Polyester 68D inner tent
  • Floor: Polyethylene 1000D-140g/sqm floor
  • 11mm fiberglass poles
  • Limited 1 year warranty
  • Made in China

  • Exclusive WeatherTec™ System Keeps you dry - Guaranteed™
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