Sierra Designs Wu Hu Annex 4+2

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Specs

Trail Weight 18 lb 2 oz / 8.22 kg
Packed Weight 19 lb 9 oz / 8.87 kg
Interior Area 57 + 42 sq ft / 5.3 + 3.9 sq m
Vestibule Area 14 + 11 sq ft / 1.3 + 1.02 sq m
Peak Height 69 in / 175 cm
Packed Length 26 in
Packed Diameter 9 in
Capacity 4
Seasons 3
Number of Doors 2
Number of Poles 5
Pole Diameter 13.0 / 12.0 mm
Pole Type DAC DA-17
Floor Material 75D Polyester, 3000 mm
Body Material 68D Polyester, Dye Free
Fly Material 75D Polyester, 1500 mm

Manufacturer's Description

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Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

When your group needs the open, high space of a tunnel tent and the freestanding, covered entrance design of a dome, set up the Sierra Designs Wu Hu Annex 4+2 Tent at base camp. If storms keep the group hunkered down, set up a card game in the front room or make room for the couple of strangers who might stumble upon your backcountry abode in desperate need of accommodations.

- Rocky Mountain Trail

Combine the best attributes of a tunnel tent (huge interior, maximum living space) with a dome tent (covered entrances and freestanding convenience) - and you have the Sierra Designs Wu Hu Annex.

- CampSaver.com

Combining the best attributes of a tunnel tent (huge interior, maximum living space) with a dome tent (covered entrances and freestanding convenience) - Sierra Designs came up with the Wu Hu Annex. Your ticket to full-on plush backcountry or frontcountry living.

- Altrec Outdoors

The Sierra Designs Wu Hu Annex 4+2 is a 2 room Tunnel Dome that will sleep up to 6 people. The built in divider creates a small end room that can be used as a sleeping area, lounge or even more storage. The tent features sturdy shockcorded aluminum poles, 2 rather large vestibules for excess gear storage, lots of mesh for ventilation, bug control and stargazing. The tunnel shaped design creates vast amounts of livable user space all under the full coverage weather proof fly. Set up utilizes clips and sleeves for a fast, easy process and optimum body shape for roominess and stability. So whether you are a backpacking family, family campers, or setting up for a week long exploration of a National Park the Wu Hu is the right tent for you.Sleeps 4 - 62 'D' style doors and 2 very large storage vestibules for excess or wet gearAll seams are factory sealed with PVC free seam tapeExtra room with built in divider can be used as a sleeping room, lounge, extra storage, play room or whatever you wantBathtub floor wraps up the sides and keeps you dryDAC DA-17 shockcorded aluminum poles are strong and reliable Tunnel shape provides straight walls and more user spaceVented - vestibules and fly venting helps you regulate temperature and control condensationFreestanding design is stable and easy to set upLarge mesh panels help ventilate the tent1 clear window in the front vestibule for light and visibilityFull coverage fly keeps you dry and comfortableAerodynamic and ergonomic shape is weather shedding and user friendlyColor coded pitch system for even faster set upReflective guy out loops increase the tents visibility at nightEasy to pitch combination DAC TWIST clips and continuous pole sleeves accentuates the Tunnel structure giving more room and stabilitySecure tent/pole attachment with Jake's Foot a rugged poly carbonate fitting that is more reliable than grommetsInternal pockets and gear loops make organization and stuff stashing easyHubbed pole set uses less poles and creates more user space - saves weightDye Free Optic White canopy is brighter and user friendly - also is less polluting than other breathable fabrics Poles are manufactured in a new less polluting method without compromising strength or durabilityAll carry sacks and stakes includedIncludes convenient flashlight loop on the ceilingFire retardantImport

- Campmor

Sierra Designs Wu Hu Annex 4+2

MSRP:
$469.95

The Sierra Designs Wu Hu Annex 4+2 is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen June 27, 2012 at Rocky Mountain Trail.

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