Eureka! Down Range Solo

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Eureka Down Range Solo TentThe Eureka Down Range Solo Tent is a stylish way to enjoy the outdoors in comfort! This shelter is specifically suited to accommodate one person during the night. It comes with two vestibules that allow you to stash away your gear and to give you more space within. Since it is constructed with a factory-sealed main fly and floor seams, you get durability and an adequate shield from the rain or even from small bugs and pests. Also, the doors are fitted with mesh to prevent the entry of mosquitoes and flies, as well. A bathtub floor ensures that the flooring wraps up on all sides, thereby increasing the waterproofing. There is a provision for hi-low venting which means that you get sufficient air circulation inside. For a fantastic outdoor experience, buy the Eureka Down Range Solo Tent!

- SunnySports

Eureka has a legacy of building tents for the armed forces and combat tents for military use, and draws on that experience in the Eureka Down Range Solo Tent. Able to withstand the rigors of a long-term campaign, this one-person, three-season tent can easily handle the recreational backcountry. Ideal for shorter trips, both in range and duration, the Down Range Solo is packed with aggressive, heavy-duty performance. Although remarkably wind-proof, this veteran has also been outfitted to provide ultimate ventilation: the fly door panels lock at the bottom with side-release buckles to eliminate wind-driven opening while vectored fly-to-tent-body side pullouts enhance airflow, interior volume, and stability. Included in the fly are two additional hooded vents that direct airflow from the bottom of the tent through and out the top. Easily set up in less than ten minutes, the simple two-pole dome structure can be adjusted to tension the fly and create a staked vestibule able to fit a small amount of gear, one pack, or maybe a poodle. Four side wall pockets and a gear hammock line the inside of the tent for customized and easily accessible storage options.