Eureka! Scenic Pass 2

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The Scenic Pass is a versatile 2 pole dome tents utilizing DAC Pressfit poles for strength & reduced weight. Unique fly design offers protected wet weather performance or can be rotated 180 degrees for easier tent access in fair conditions. Available in the standard winged vestibule, or the full-coverage fly and vestibule XT model. Sleeps: 2-3 Weight: 4 lbs. 4 oz. (2), 5 lbs. 8 oz. (2XT), 6 lbs. 11 oz. (3XT) Size: 89" x 59" x 44", 36.5 sq ft (2/2XT), 90" x 78" x 51", 48.75 sq ft (3XT) Vestibules: 2, 13.81 sq ft + 13.81 sq ft (2XT); 2, 13.93 sq ft + 13.93 sq ft (3XT) Poles: 2 Aluminum Wall, Fly & Floor: 75D 190T polyester taffeta, 1000 mm coated Mesh: 40D no-see-um Doors: 2 with high/low venting Windows: 2 Storage: 4 pockets, 4 gear loft loops and 1 flashlight loop

- Vargo Outdoors

Compact, lightweight, three-season tents ideal for backpacking and camping in wilderness conditions. Versatile 2 pole dome tents utilizing DAC Pressfit poles for strength reduced weight. Unique fly design offers protected wet weather performance

- Teton Village Sports

The Eureka Scenic Pass 2 Tent is a versatile 2 pole dome design that utilizes DAC Pressfit poles for strength and reduced weight. Its unique fly design offers protected wet weather performance or can be rotated 180 degrees for easier tent access in fair conditions.

- Altrec Outdoors

With the strong and lightweight DAC Pressfit aluminum frame, the Eureka Scenic Pass is a great choice for those backpacking escursions. The Vestibule protects gear stored outside, and even gives you setup options for either more venting or better weather protection. The gear loft and interior pockets keep your extras close.

- CampSaver.com

Eureka! Scenic Pass 2

MSRP:
$159.99

The Eureka! Scenic Pass 2 is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen July 9, 2013 at Campmor.

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