Wenzel Pine Ridge 5 Person Tent

April 21, 2017 - Comment

Experience the great outdoors with the Wenzel Pine Ridge. Sleeping four to five it has a tent body of Weather Armor polyester with a polyurethane coating that provides water resistance and resistance to UV-Rays–making it both tough and reliable. The polyethylene floor features welded seams to combat water seepage. The removable fly has a ridge

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Experience the great outdoors with the Wenzel Pine Ridge. Sleeping four to five it has a tent body of Weather Armor polyester with a polyurethane coating that provides water resistance and resistance to UV-Rays–making it both tough and reliable. The polyethylene floor features welded seams to combat water seepage. The removable fly has a ridge pole at the front and rear for weather protection. Setting up and breaking down are quick and easy with a shock corded fiberglass frame and fast feet system. The mesh window, doors and roof combine to create cross breeze. Specifications: Base: 10 ft. x 8 ft. Center Height: 58 in. Area: 80 sq. ft. Doors: Back to back Dutch “D” style Floor: welded polyethylene Frame: fiberglass Stakes: aluminum Carry Weight: 11.9 lbs. Sleeps: 4-5.

Product Features

  • 4- to 5-person, 2-room family dome tent ideal for smaller families
  • Weather Armor polyester construction with polyurethane coating
  • 2 mesh doors, 3 mesh windows, and mesh roof for cross breeze
  • Shock-corded fiberglass poles with fast feet system for easy setup
  • Hanging divider curtain; tent measures 10 x 5 x 8 feet (W x H x D)

Comments

Bonnie says:

Good for the price; time will tell Just received this tent yesterday; my husband (who has experience erecting dome tents) was able to put it up alone. I have tent camped since I was a small child, am now >50 and am no stranger to tents. This is a decent tent for the money. 

tag says:

Nylon Palace Okay, I haven’t camped since Girl Scouts, but I really liked this tent. You cannot beat the deal on this roomy tent — plenty of room for two or even three picky middle-aged women (or me on one giant double air mattress with two dogs and inflatable living room seating). I called it The Nylon Palace. This is easy to set up, even for one person, but I recommend a dry run in the yard at home to figure it out before camping. I used a tarp underneath to protect the tent, and had to use the rain fly, because it poured on me and the doggies all night long. Be sure that you REALLY get the front zippers (yes, they might catch on the protecting flap if you try to zip or unzip quickly – but really, why would you complain at this price?) all the way closed in the rain, as a 1.5″ opening will result in rain in the tent — I lost a camera, but that was my bad. The rain fly could be more generous, but all in all, it was a great, comfortable, easy-to-assemble and easy to take down tent. I…

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