Sierra Designs Zilla 2
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Setting up quickly and easily thanks to a simple, two-pole design, the new for 2013 Zilla, from Sierra Designs, is designed with your next weekend adventure in mind. Offering two doors and two vestibules combined with a ton of value, these tents speed access to the outdoors, give you extra space for storing your gear, and leave you with a little extra cash for other camp essentials.
With a simple and easy to pitch two-pole design, the Zilla 2 is a roomy dome tent that packs a ton of value into a lightweight package Perfect for frontcountry or backcountry overnights, the Zilla 2's two doors and two vestibules offer convenient access to the outdoors and stowed gear
With an easy-to-pitch, two-pole design, the Sierra Designs Zilla 3 tent is a roomy, 3-person, 3-season dome tent offering a ton of value in a lightweight package for your weekend camping trips. Perfect for car-camping or backcountry overnights, this three-person shelter has two doors and two vestibules for convenient access to the outdoors and your stowed gear. D-shape doors provide easy access without the need to crawl over your tentmate; 8.75 sq. ft. vestibule on each side stores gear close by. Strong DAC Pressfit poles stand up to regular use. Taped rainfly seams and a PVC-free, seam-sealed floor offer weatherproof protection. Reflective trim aids nighttime visibility of the Sierra Designs Zilla 3 tent. Internal pockets keep small gear organized. Includes stuff sacks, guylines, tent stakes, user guide and setup instructions. Closeout.
With two doors, two vestibules, and a setup that requires only two poles, the Sierra Designs Zilla 2 Tent is a simple way to bring and set up shelter in the outdoors. While lighter or more streamlined tents exist, the Zilla carves out its spot in the Sierra Designs shelter lineup as a reliable, sturdy, and easy-to-setup go-to for car camping or close-to-home overnighters. Inside, you'll find more than three feet of peak height, seven feet of length to stretch out, and almost four-and-a-half feet of width so you and your buddy have plenty of shoulder room when you hit the sack. It doesn't get much more straightforward than the Zilla 2, and that's what's nice about it.