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Ozark Trail Ultra Light Back Packing Camping Hiking Tent with Full Fly, Sleeps 1 Green

by Ozark Trail
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Own the 4' x 7 Solo Ultralight Backpacking Tent with an extra-long rainfly to give your gear covered space outside the tent. With a trail weight under four pounds and a freestanding design, this tent is ideal for multi-night backpacking adventures. The 42-inch center height of the 1-Person Ozark Trail Ultralight Backpacking Tent gives you plenty of room to sit inside, while panoramic No-See-Um Mesh walls provide 360-degree views of your surroundings while keeping bugs out. Simple setup means that your tent can be pitched in under two minutes, with bright colors to make it easy to build in low light conditions. Aluminum support poles and 190T polyester fabric make this tent both lightweight and wind resistant. Freestanding and lightweight tentTypical set-up time around 2 minutesDesign provides exceptional headroomMesh wall provides excellent ventilation and 360 view7'L x 4'W x 42" center heightAnodized featherweight aluminum hubbed pole setIncludes tent fabric with mesh walls, anodized aluminum hubbed pole set for support, rainfly fabric, stakes, guy lines, storage bagDirections for Set Up:1. Choose a site Level is best Either watch video on this page or follow directions below2. Unpack tent, separate and organize components3. Spread the tent out with its floor on the ground4. Extend the aluminum hubbed pole set. Thread the longer pole through the ridge sleeve of the tent5. Clip the plastic hooks on tent to the aluminum side poles6. Insert poles into grommets on webbing strap stake loops7. Stake out the tent corners through webbing straps8. Drape rainfly over the tent, aligning seams to frame9. Pull out front vestibule until taut and stake down10. Clip the buckles on the rainfly and stake webbing loops together11. Guy out tent if necessary using guylines and stakesDirections for Take Down:1. Carefully remove stakes by pulling out the hook ends. Do not pull on the webbing loops sewn to the tent fabric.

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