Eureka! Down Range 2

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The Eureka! Down Range 2 Tent is a Paramilitary Tactical style tent for 2 people. This design derives from a combat tent that Eureka made for the US military - the Marine's Combat Tent. This is a 3 pole 2 door dome with a full coverage RipStop fly, a Bathtub Floor and a Dual Zippered vestibule. The shockcorded aluminum poles are strong and stable. The main fly and floor seams are factory sealed for out of the box confidence. The Front Vestibule has dual zips for convenience and venting options. The fly and tent body are constructed from sturdy RipStop Polyester materials. If you plan a rugged adventure anytime soon and want a tent that can handle the tough stuff, then this is your tent!Sleeps 2Factory Sealed Main Fly and Floor seams2 Doors - with mesh, Storm Flaps and Hi-Low Venting2 Vestibules for extra storage - 17 Sq.Ft. + 7 Sq.Ft - Snivel Locks keep the vest from unzipping in high windsBathtub Floor (wraps up the sides)Full coverage Polyester fly has good UV resistance and won't stretch in wet weatherShockcorded Aluminum poles are gunmetal greyGreat ventilation - Mesh doors w/flap and fly ventsHooded fly vents are adjustable4 Interior Pockets for stuffPost and grommet - fly/tent attachmentExternal Vectored guy points on the fly help secure your tent in high windsSturdy 3 Pole Continuous Sleeve Design is easy to set upAdjustable Vestibule Stake Out Points are convenient and usefulAll carry bags and stakes includedFire retardantImport.

- Campmor

Based upon the Marine's combat tent, Eureka's Down Range 2 Tent has seen its fair share of experience. For weekend getaways, the Down Range 2 provides ample space, stability, and Marine-tested strength. The three-aluminum-pole dome structure remains simple to set up in minutes yet spacious enough for two people with gear. The front zip vestibule increases structural durability, permits more vestibule configurations, and includes an awning with side ventilation to create an at-home, porch-like environment. Its snivel lock allows the fly to be locked at the near the ground with wind-proof, side-release buckles so that you won't return from a windy day to find your tent's doors completely blown open. On the sides of the rain fly, you can pull the stakes out further to create small protected areas for shoes or extra supplies, or just for floor ventilation during muggy summer nights. Additional hooded vents lie atop the fly so that, rather than flow in one direction, the air can flow in multiple channels throughout the tent's interior, maximizing breathability and comfort. If you're pushing the season's limits, you can always close the mesh vents with breathable fabric panels to control ventilation or eliminate it entirely. Multiple interior pockets offer you handy and organized access to your day and night essentials.

- Backcountry.com