L.L.Bean Vector XL 4-Person Dome

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Our testers subjected this new tent to all the rigors of family camping. While other tents buckled in heavy winds and leaked during thunderstorms, the Vector XL stayed strong and dry. It's designed to be extra spacious and well ventilated, so your family will have no trouble getting a good night's sleep. Two vestibules offer a generous amount of dry storage for wet, messy items. The front vestibule is part of the tent, allowing for a smaller fly that is easier to handle. Vestibule flaps can be zipped up for added ventilation in dry weather. Roomy footprint leaves plenty of area for sleeping bags and gear. Set up takes less than 15 minutes. Two doors provide easy access. Three-pole design gives ample headroom and creates a streamlined shape to minimize the effect of wind. Strong 7000-series aluminum poles are lightweight and shock corded for easy handling. No-see-um mesh on ceiling, side panels and doors keeps bugs out and maximizes airflow. Fly and vestibules are made of waterproof ripstop polyester. Imported. Capacity Four people. Tent area 621/2 sq. ft. Vestibule area Front 201/2 sq. ft, rear 8 sq. ft. Tent floor dimensions 7'11"L x 7'11"W. Peak height 5'9". Minimum weight 13 lb. 4 oz. Doors Two D-style. Poles Three aluminum poles.

- L.L.Bean

L.L.Bean Vector XL 4-Person Dome

previously retailed for:
$299.00

The L.L.Bean Vector XL 4-Person Dome is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen May 24, 2015 at L.L.Bean.

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