Get away from the world you know and explore, using the Coleman® Sundome® 2-person tent as your base of operations. This small shelter is perfect for rolling solo or traveling as a couple, and it features the exclusive WeatherTec® system to keep you and your belongings dry when an unwanted storm heads your way.
Sleeping Capacity:2 Person
Number of Rooms:1
Tent Floor Length:7 ft
Tent Floor Width:5 ft
Peak Height:48 inches
Total Square Feet:35 sq. ft
Interior Pockets:1 Pockets
Recommended Season:3 Season
Great for use in summer, spring and fall.
A lightweight and quick drying material that cleans easily.
Body Construction:WeatherTec® System
Incorporates the latest technology to protect you from the elements, including: Leak-free seams; waterproof floors; zipper protection; weather-resistant fabric; wind-strong frame
Durable, water-resistant, and very easy to clean.
Floor Construction:Waterproof Floor
Provides an extra layer to protect against bad weather.
Rainfly Fabric:Polyester Taffeta
Lightweight and flexible design.
Allows for quicker assembly and helps prevent you from losing poles.
Establishes tautness in your rainfly during bad weather.
Included carry bag with additional storage bags for tents, poles and stakes
Variflo ventilation keeps airflow controlled for consistent internal temperatures
Elevated windows ensure privacy
Quick and easy set up thanks to two pole construction, continuous pole sleeves, pin and ring design with InstaClip attachments
This tent only lasted six months because the materials and workmanship are shoddy. The front of the polyethylene floor disintegrated and shredded (this is cheap plastic tarp material like you see at the auto parts store). The nylon at the door ripped in several places and when it rains water gets in the front and sides of the tent. Coleman does NOT stand by their warranty and says it does not cover UV damage to the tent. This tent is only good for the once-a-year camper; our "serious" tent is going strong and the cheap Coleman tent is trash. I will never buy a Coleman tent again. You get what you pay for.
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Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend