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Wenzel Jack Pine 4 Person Dome Tent

photo: Wenzel Jack Pine 4 Person Dome Tent three-season tent


Price MSRP: $89.95
Current Retail: $89.98
Floor Size 8 x 7 ft
Floor Area 56 sq ft
Peak Height 48 in
Body Material 68D Polyester Taffeta / 600mm
Fly Material 68D Polyester Taffeta / 600mm
Floor Material Welded Polyethylene


1 review
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4-star:   1
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1-star:   0


  • Ease of setup
  • Color
  • Clip system


  • Tight for four adults

Out of the box, I really liked this tent. Super easy to set up, roomy, and a couple of nice extras like a hammock net to hold small items and a port to run a power cord through (I didn’t test this out because I had no power needs in the tent, but I did keep an eye on whether or not bugs would access the tent—didn’t see any inside!).

This is a nice setup for a car camping tent for a family of four or a couple with dogs.

On the downside, it was heavy (definitely not for backpacking), the bungies on the tent poles seemed a bit slack (maybe I’m used to tighter bungies), and the rainfly only covers about half the tent (not a problem on beautiful camping days, but might be a problem in a windy rainstorm).

I liked that the floor seemed to be constructed out of some pretty durable material, and it seemed a bit thicker than the walls. The built-in doormat was an awesome added touch, big enough to put a couple pairs of shoes as well as have room to put your shoes on/off. I also liked that the directions for pitching the tent (as well as for taking down the tent) were sewn into the inside of the tent bag. Very handy!

Finally, I am pretty partial to the fact that this is a green and tan colored tent. So many tents are neon colors. It’s nice to have a tent that will blend into the greenscape. 


I used this tent a couple of times car camping.

Source: tested or reviewed it for the manufacturer

Disclosure: The author of this review received a sample of the product from the brand or its representative in exchange for a review.

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