Ozark Trail Weatherbuster 9-Person Dome Tent

Ozark Trail Weatherbuster 9-Person Dome Tent by Campex (BD) Limited


by Campex (BD) Limited
$99
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on 10-2-2018
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Product Features
  • Sleeps 9
  • 76 inch center height
  • Full mesh top


  • Item Description


    Ozark Trail Weatherbuster
     9-Person Dome Tent:
    • Sleeps 9
    • Floor Dimensions: 18'x10'
    • 76 inch center height
    • 160 sq ft
    • Fits 3 queen airbeds
    • Full mesh top provides excellent star-gazing
    • 4 windows provide cross ventilation
    • Carry bag: 25.75 inch x 10.5 inch x 10.5
    • Carry weight: 22.22 lbs.
    • Expandable carry bag for easy storage
    • 4 storage pockets and gear loft for storing small objects
    • Sewn-in mud mat
    • 1-year limited warranty
    • For product questions, replacement parts or an extra copy of the set up instructions, please contact our Customer Service department at 1-800-325-4121.
    • Model # W302.2


    What buyers are saying
    I have now taken this tent out three times, all of which experienced \"severe inch weather. The first was just in our back yard with the kids when I first got it. I applied seam sealer to the tent and then we camped out back there and had it up for two days. On the last day, a storm came in and it rained for three days. I left the tent up instead of taking it down wet. No leaks after three days of almost straight rain. The next one was about a month later when we backpacked into a yurt. I put this tent on the sled because the yurt was not going to be big enough for our whole group. It dropped to 14 degrees F that night and it snowed pretty hard. In the morning you could not tell the tent from the yurt from all the snow. I was impressed with the load it was supporting. Then just this last weekend we took it to Idaho to the City of Rocks. At night, a wind storm came and by my best guestimate, and that of others in the group, we had gusts of about 60 mph. When the gusts came it would push the tent flat, to the point that the poles were smacking me in the face. The storm lasted about 4 or 5 hours. I was worried that the tent poles would either brake or suffer permanent damage. However in the morning after the winds died down, the tent was right up like nothing happened. We inspected the poles when we were taking it down and I was so glad to see that there was no damage. I will note that I did not use the stakes that came with the tent. I use longer, heavier metal stakes. The ones that come with the tent are both plastic and small almost wire ones that you see on smaller tents. So do get better stakes for this monster tent. Needless to say, I am impressed with this. Super roomy, I can stand up straight (I am 6'1\"), and it has been tested and performed as well as any other high end, high priced tent.