- Lightweight and durable Powerlite aluminum frame for easy setup and added stability
- Silver coated roof provides cooler shade and comfort, as well as UV protection
- Nylon duffle carry bag for easy transportation
- Superior 1200 mm water-resistant silver coating & PE sheet ground floor
- Large zippered mesh panels on all 4 sides for easy access and protection from bugs
- Detachable wind wall can be attached to any side for added weather protection
- 7'6" peak height makes moving in and out a breeze
- Tested for extreme durability in the Canadian outdoors
Specifications & Sizing
Frame Type: Free-standing
Carry Bag: Duffle bag with nylon insert sewn in
Number of Stakes: 16 pieces
Stakes: 7 inches - 8 pieces / 4 inches - 8 pieces hard goup steel peg
Total sq ft: 144
Interior Peak Height: 7 feet 6 inches
Pole Diameter: 0.63 inch
Carry Bag Size: 26 x 9.5 x 9.5 inches
Carry Bag Weight: 17.86 pounds
Wall Fabric & Coating: No-see-um
Fly Fabric & Coating: Poly 68-denier 210-tex polyethylene 2000MM flame resistant
Mesh Type: No-see-um
Pole Material: Aluminum pole
Carry Bag Material: Poly taffeta 185-tex 68-denier 1,200mm water resistant coating
POS Label: Nylon material 6C sewn on carry bag (single side)
Owners Manual: Yes, sewn inside carry bag
Divider Curtain: Use detachable wind wall (one side)
Built To Last
Woods™ products are built to last, and undergo testing for extreme durability in the Canadian outdoors. Products come with a 1 year limited warranty.
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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.