Get ready for your best trip with Waterproof Coleman Sundome Tent Green
Coleman Sundome Tent Green
4.5 out of 5
- Polyester taffeta 75 denier flysheet
- Dome tent with spacious interior allows you to move comfortably
- Easy Setup in Only 10 Minutes. Fits Two People. Rainfly Awning for Shade and Rain Protection
- WeatherTec system with patented welded floors and inverted seams to keep you dry
- Large Windows and a Ground Vent for Superior Ventilation
- Measures 7 x 5 feet with 4 foot center height
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Welded corners and covered seams keep water out so campers and gear stay dry no matter what.
Large windows and ground vents push warm air up and out so you stay cool and comfortable all night.
Mesh pockets sewn into the tent’s walls store small essentials within easy reach.
Bring an extension cord through the E-Port for easy access to electrical power inside your tent.
“My tent just arrived yesterday. I struggled on what to give this tent for a rating because I just got it. I was thinking about giving it a 3 for average which seemed fair to start with. But after seeing how it handled the wind without breaking or tearing, I decided to give it a 4 because it surpassed my expectations. I plan on using this tent quite a bit this summer so I will update my rating and review as I go. I found the assembly instructions to be very basic but adequate. Anyone who has put up a tent-like this before will have no problem. It took me about 15 minutes. Anyway, I set my tent up in my back yard yesterday to see how it looked and how it took on the elements. My first test was the wind. I have a weather station and the average wind speed was 7 to 8 mph with gusts up to 17 mph.
The back of the tent was toward the wind and when the gusts would come, the back of the tent would bow it quite a bit. I have read the reviews some people have written and seen some have had problems with the poles breaking. This is what I was afraid of as I watched the back of the tent bow in. I wish I had taken a picture because it was substantial. Anyway, the poles did not break and the tent returned to it’s original form when the gust passed every time. I have seen the video on Amazon of the testing process Coleman puts their tents through. Not sure how much wind this tent is rated for but I’m pretty sure 17 mph is close to its max. The tent looks to be made very well for the price I paid for it.”
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