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Mountain Trails Cedar Brook 7×4-Feet 2-Person Backpacking Tent

August 27, 2015 - Comment

When you need a lightweight, two-person tent at a great price, the Mountain Trails Cedar Brook has you covered. Utilizing a lightweight and compact design, the Cedar Brook is an all-in-one portable package with the Stow and Go system, which keeps the tent and poles in one convenient package versus a bunch

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When you need a lightweight, two-person tent at a great price, the Mountain Trails Cedar Brook has you covered. Utilizing a lightweight and compact design, the Cedar Brook is an all-in-one portable package with the Stow and Go system, which keeps the tent and poles in one convenient package versus a bunch of different stuff sacks. The Cedar Brook’s shock corded fiberglass frame is durable while the removable rainfly and reinforced polyethylene floor will keep you dry. Dutch “D” style door with inside zip window makes getting in the tent easy and allows for plenty of ventilation. Comes with an integrated mud mat.

Product Features

  • Floor Area: 28 square feet
  • Peak Height: 38 inches
  • Weight: 3 pounds, 6 ounces
  • Number of Doors: 1
  • Number of Windows: 2
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Comments

Living bicoastal says:

Awesome tent for my very specific needs – Fits in the back of a pickup truck! So, this is a tiny tent. However I needed a tiny tent for Burning Man, one that would fit in the back of my pick-up truck, and the width and length of this one was perfect for the truck and for me (I’m 5’7). 

cvgii says:

ok for dry use Good price fast shipping good size but no where near waterproof. Poor kids got soaked on a spotty rain. Dry weather only!

Carson Evans says:

Small, Light Weight, Cheap, only for dry weather Okay, this was $29.00 so I wasn’t expecting much, if it is dry weather, it makes a decent 1 person back packing tent. Simple to setup, small enough and light enough to take with you anywhere. I took it on a cub scout camping trip, my 9 yr old was supposed to camp with the boys so I thought I would be fine in the small tent even though this was my first attempt with it, weather was supposed to be perfect with no rain. I did set it up at home, sprayed it with water proofing and sealed all the…

Briant Ulley Briant Ulley says:

@camping_gateway great deals .@MelTulle

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