Eureka! Dome Gear Loft

Manufacturer's Description

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Retailers' Descriptions

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Store your smaller valuables at the top of your Eureka tent by using the mesh Dome Style Gear Loft, which holds your valuables up and off the tent floor. Keep your headlamp, book, and bug repellent safely stored overhead where you can find it easily, even in the middle of the night. This Dome style gear loft attaches to your tent's clothesline rings or loops to become a storage shelf or hammock in Eureka's Dome tents.

- Backcountry.com

Keep your glasses, flashlight, insect repellant and other lightweight gear off your tent floor but safe and within reach. This gear loft attaches to your tent's clothesline rings or loops to become a storage shelf or hammock. It's the practical, versatile, way to keep your small and most essential gear close at hand.

- CampSaver.com

This gear loft attaches to your tent's clothesline rings or loops to become a storage shelf or hammock. It's the practical, versatile, way to keep your small and most essential gear close at hand. Fits the Following Dome Tents: * All Apex/Apex XT models * K2-XT * All Tetragon models * Backcountry 2/4 * Mountain Pass 2/4 XT * Summit XT * Sunrise 8 * Aurora 2/3/4

- Rocky Mountain Trail

Organize and store gear off the tent floor over and over your head. Easy to hang and is adjustable. Keep cards, glasses, flashlights and all the rest of your little stuff up and out of the way.Dimensions 32"x22.5"Fits Apex, Apex XT, Tetragon 5, 7, 8 and 9, Sunrise 8 and 9, Zeus Classics, K2 XT, Pinnaccle Pass, Fourway 8, Grand Manan 7 and 9, Backcountry 2Weight 3 oz.

- Campmor

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MSRP:
$15.99

The Eureka! Dome Gear Loft is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen January 9, 2018 at Backcountry.com.

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