Eureka! Inntorest 2
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The Eureka Inntorest 2 is designed with a focus on weathertightness and durable coatings, Inntorest is ideal for frequent use in cool, wet environments and for use during the late fall and early spring. Its vertical end-section poles create 21% more headroom & 16% more internal volume than dome style tents for enhanced livability in the backcountry.
The Eureka Inntorest 2-Person 3-Season Tent has you covered while you camp or backpack in the Pacific Northwest, which is known for its cool and wet climate. This weather-tight tent features ample headroom and volume so you can easily chill out in your tent during stormy weather with plenty of room for you and your backpacker-in-crime to hang.
The Eureka! Inntorest 2 is 2 person side entry backpacking tent. It has 2 doors and 2 storage vestibules for extra or wet gear. The full coverage fly wraps around the entire tent and keeps the weather out. The shockcorded aluminum poles are sturdy and breakdown into compact 16" sections for easy packing and carrying. The all clip design means fast set up and take down. Each vestibule has an adjustable vent for great ventilation. Vertical end section poles create 21% more useable space in the tent creating more room for your head and feet. Vectored guy line pullouts also increase useable space in this nifty little dome.Sleeps 2Factory Sealed Main Fly and Floor seams2 Doors - easy entry or exit2 Vestibules (9 Sq. Ft. each) for excess gear storageBig mesh side panelsFull coverage Polyester fly has good UV resistance and won't stretch in wet weatherLightweight Shockcorded Aluminum frameMesh roof - aids ventilation2 Hooded fly/vestibule vents can be adjusted - open or closed - enhances ventilation6 Interior Pockets for stuffPost and grommet - fly/tent attachmentAll Clip Freestanding design is fast and easy to set upVectored External guy points on the fly help secure your tent in high windsGear loft included - 27"x15All carry bags and stakes includedFire retardantImport.