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3-4 Person Camping Dome Tent Camouflage

$31.99

Introductions:
Enjoy entertainment outdoors with the 3-4 Person Camping Dome Tent! It has a spacious room that can sleep up to 4 persons. The dome is made of 180T silver coated polyester, which is breathable, tear-resistant, and UV-proof. Meanwhile, the floor uses strong and waterproof nylon oxford. Glass fiber poles feature high-strength while remaining lightweight. And it can be packed into the included portable bag for ease of transportation. For weekend camping or outdoor adventures, this tent is definitely a great choice. Don't hesitate to order now!

Features:
1. Sleep 3 to 4 persons
2. The dome is made of 180T silver coated polyester
3. The floor uses strong and waterproof nylon oxford
4. Glass fiber poles feature high-strength while remaining lightweight
5. Can be packed into the included portable bag for ease of transportation
6. Easy to set up
7. Ideal for weekend camping or outdoor adventures

Specifications:
1. Material: Shell Fabric: 180T Silver Plasters, Bottom Fabric: Waterproof Oxford Cloth,Tube: 7.9mm Fibreglass
2. Color: Camouflage
3. Dimensions: (6.56 x 6.56 x 4.43)' / (200 x 200 x 135)cm (L x W x H)
4. Weight: 3.3 lbs / 1.5kg
5. Capacity: 3-4 Persons
6. Suitable for: Hiking, climbing, camping, self-driving tour, fishing and other outdoor activities.

Package Includes:
1 x Tent
4 x Metal Mounting Stakes
1 x Carrying Bag

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