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The North Face The North Face Homestead Domey 3 Tent

Style: A2SCC

This three-person, waterproof, single-wall tent from The North Face features a roomy dome design, three full doors and a mesh skylight for stargazing on clear nights. SudStake works as a tent stake and a bottle opener.

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$249.95
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DETAILS

This three-person, waterproof, single-wall tent from The North Face features a roomy dome design, three full doors and a mesh skylight for stargazing on clear nights. SudStake works as a tent stake and a bottle opener.

FEATURES:

  • Waterproof, single-wall dome tent sleeps three people
  • Single-wall design is fully waterproof and makes for easy pitching
  • Three full doors ensure you won't have to roll over your partner to get out
  • Mesh skylight lets you stargaze on dry nights
  • Small fly covers mesh skylight on stormy nights
  • Duffel-bag-style stuffsack for easy transporting and packing
  • Included SudStake works as a bottle opener and a tent stake
  • Tentertainment Center included

Tentertainment Center
We've taken tent entertainment to a whole new level with this pole and stake bag that doubles as a gear loft, a see-through tablet holder, portable speaker pocket and a chess board or checkerboard.

SPECIFICATIONS

Type Three Season
Capacity 3
Canopy Fabric 75D breathable polyester taffeta, water-resistant finish, 40D polyester mesh
Floor Fabric 75D polyester, 1500 mm PU coating
Rainfly Material 75D polyester, 1200 mm PU coating
Area 49.51 ft² / 4.6 m²
Total Weight 6 lb 15 oz / 3.2 kg

REVIEWS

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Tiffany Spring Lake MI

Great Tent

Not sure where these folks are getting that the tent is hard to set up.....I set it up by myself in under 15 minute.

Devin T. Hummelstown PA

Customer review

I am pleased by the quality of materials that make up the tent. Although I am very displeased by directions. The directions on consist of picture. There is no written process analysis explaining the order of opperations. I had to figure out on my own that the longest blue pole must be installed first. The blue pole ended up warping do to this lack of instruction. My initial purpose of spending 149 dollars on the tent is because I want to spend my money on items that will last. I am hoping that the warped pole and seams will hold up over time. Please be mindful that the blue pole must be installed first.

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