- Good for 3 seasons; protects you against low temperatures
- Sleeps up to 6 people
- No-See-Um Mesh panels provide superior bug protection
- 1200 mm water repellent coating to keep you dry
- Vestibule for additional storage
- Power pocket provides power cord access for accessories
- 1 large door for easy access
- Tested in the Canadian outdoors for extreme durability
Specifications & Sizing
Colour: Blue / Grey
Number of Poles: 4
Doors: 1 Oval Door
Inside Zip Windows: 1
Frame Type: Free standing
Carry Bag Style: Duffle bag with nylon insert sewn in
Number of Stakes: 14pieces
Floor Size: 10' x 9'
Total sq ft: 90 sq. ft.
Interior Peak Height: 6'
Pole Diameter: 11 mm
Carry Bag Size: 25" x 8.25" x 8.25"
Carry Bag Weight: 15lbs 8oz
Floor Type: PE sheet 74" 10x10 235 grams
Wall Fabric & Coating: Poly taffeta 185T 68D 1,200mm water resistant coating
Fly Fabric & Coating: Poly taffeta 185T 68D 1,200mm water resistant coating with taped seams
Mesh Type: No-see-um to prevent small bugs from entering your tent
Pole Material: Shock-corded fibreglass
Carry Bag Material: Poly Oxford 450D PE backing
Venting: 60% Mesh Inner Tent
POS Label: Nylon material 6C sewn on carry bag (Single side)
Owners Manual: Yes, sewn inside carry bag
Warranty & Repairs
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Heritage Of the Woods' Tents
We have been building tents for more than 100 years and our tents stand up in the most extreme places on earth.
1913 - Canadian Arctic Expedition
The Canadian Arctic Expedition is outfitted with Woods tents, sleeping bags and arctic parkas.
1925 - First ascent of Mt. Logan
Woods outfits the first ascent of Mt. Logan.
1982 - First ascent of Mt. Everest by a Canadian team
Laurie Skreslet and his team outfitted with Woods gear and apparel, become the first Canadians to summit Mt. Everest.