17x9 WeatherMaster 10- Person Tent
With its cabin-like design and plenty of room to stand and move, the Coleman WeatherMaster 10-Person Tent feels more like a house than a tent. This ten-person, two-room tent offers ample space for sleeping or sheltered relaxation. Get in and out easier with two doorsa hinged front door and a zippered back door. Its Variflo adjustable ventilation system allows you to customize your cooling comfort. If it rains, reverse-angled windows let in the light and air, but not the water even when theyre open. The built-in WeatherTec Systems patented welded floors and inverted protected seams help ensure you stay dry. Spend more time enjoying the scenery with color-coded poles and continuous pole sleeves that allow you to set the tent up easier. Inside, the 17 ft. x 9 ft. (5.18 m x 2.74 m) floor is large enough to fit ten people or three queen size airbeds. When the fun is done, it folds up to fit inside a carry bag for convenient transport.
- Exclusive WeatherTec System Keeps you dry Guaranteed
- Two doors for easy access: hinged front and zippered back
- Variflo adjustable ventilation for customized cooling comfort
- WeatherTec System patented welded floors and inverted seams keep water out
- Easy setup with color-coded poles and continuous pole sleeves
- 17 ft. x 9 ft. (5.18 m x 2.74 m), fits ten people or three queen airbeds
- 6 ft. 8 in. (2.03 m) center height for room to stand and move
- Included carry bag with separate stake and pole sacks
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Nearly 100 years ago, a young man with an entrepreneurial spirit and a better idea began manufacturing lanterns in Wichita, Kansas. His name was W.C. Coleman. And the company he founded would change life in America. A fascinating saga, if we do say so ourselves. One filled with historical significance, amazing innovations and delightfully fun things to know.
Our current catalog is thick with recently introduced products that make spending time outside a pleasure. There are products just for kids. A technologically-advanced, proven mosquito-defense system. Coolers that keep food and drinks cold for up to five days. A complete line of grills, lights, heaters and more for your backyard. An accessory line with 100 separate items. And a backpacking stove featuring technology so remarkable and so relevant that Backpacker Magazine named it Editors' Choice in 1997.
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