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Eureka has a legacy of building tents for the armed forces and combat tents for military use, and draws on that experience in the Eureka Down Range Solo Tent. Able to withstand the rigors of a long-term campaign, this one-person, three-season tent can easily handle the recreational backcountry. Ideal for shorter trips, both in range and duration, the Down Range Solo is packed with aggressive, heavy-duty performance. Although remarkably wind-proof, this veteran has also been outfitted to provide ultimate ventilation: the fly door panels lock at the bottom with side-release buckles to eliminate wind-driven opening while vectored fly-to-tent-body side pullouts enhance airflow, interior volume, and stability. Included in the fly are two additional hooded vents that direct airflow from the bottom of the tent through and out the top. Easily set up in less than ten minutes, the simple two-pole dome structure can be adjusted to tension the fly and create a staked vestibule able to fit a small amount of gear, one pack, or maybe a poodle. Four side wall pockets and a gear hammock line the inside of the tent for customized and easily accessible storage options.
Modeled after their tactical TCOP and combat tents that have been used by the Armed Forces for nearly 100 years, Eureka!s Down Range Solo Tent is tough, loaded with storage space and ready for action no matter where youre headed. Rugged 68-denier polyester-ripstop walls, 2,000mm waterproof-rated, coated polyester-ripstop fly and 40-denier polyester No-See-Um mesh stand up to Mother Natures unpredictability with ease, while locking door panels with side-release buckles eliminate the possibility of wind driving the doors open as you rest. Forward Operating Base (FOB) vestibule floors provide space for storing gear and offer added strength to overall tent structure. Adjustable vestibule stakeouts for versatile stake placement. Vectored fly-to-vent-body side pullouts combine with two mesh-panel doors and two windows to improve ventilation as needed during the night. Four storage pockets and included gear hammock keep essentials secure. Cozy, 76L x 28W 75-denier nylon-taffeta, 3,000mm waterproof-rated, coated footprint. Sturdy 8.5mm aluminum frame. Imported. Type: Backpacking Tents.
Eureka Camp & Hike Down Range Solo Tent - 1 Person 3 Season 2629340. Theyre tough durable and ready for action.
The Eureka! Down Range Solo Tent is a Paramilitary Tactical style tent for 1 person. This design derives from a combat tent that Eureka made for the US military - US Armed Forces Tent Combat One Person (TCOP). This is a 2 pole 1 door dome with a full coverage RipStop fly, a Bathtub Floor and a Dual Zippered vestibule. There is a third pole for the Fly/Vestibule that adds stability and room. The shockcorded aluminum poles are strong and stable. The main fly and floor seams are factory sealed for out of the box confidence. The Front Vestibule is floored to help keep your stuff dry. The fly and tent body are constructed from sturdy RipStop Polyester materials. If you plan a rugged solo adventure anytime soon and want a tent that can handle the tough stuff, then this is your tent!Sleeps 1Factory Sealed Main Fly and Floor seams - Bathtub Floor (wraps up the sides)2 Doors - with mesh, Storm Flaps and Hi-Low Venting2 Vestibules for extra storage - 8.5 Sq.Ft. + 8.5 Sq.Ft - Front Vest is Floored adding strength and protection - Snivel Locks keep the vest from unzipping in high windsCompact pack sizeFull coverage Polyester fly has good UV resistance and won't stretch in wet weatherShockcorded Aluminum poles are gunmetal greyGreat ventilation - Mesh doors w/flap and fly ventsHooded fly vents are adjustable4 Interior Pockets for stuffPost and grommet - fly/tent attachmentAll Clip Freestanding design is fast and easy to set up - with adjustable stake and tensioning pointsExternal Vectored guy points on the fly help secure your tent in high windsGear hammock includedFly Pole adds strength and stability and Vestibule roomAll carry bags and stakes includedFire retardantImport.
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