ESEE Knives DENGUE-TENT-SM Jack Wolfskin/Randall Adventure Training Dengue Tent

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Description
RCDENGUETENTSM: DENGUE-TENT-SM Jack Wolfskin/RAT Dengue Tent
ESEE Knives
 
Whether it's mountain biking, hiking, or solo backpacking, the RAT Dengue branded Jack Wolfskin Gossamer tent is the perfect companion that's built to move fast, setup quick and keep you dry. This is the tent used by Randall's Adventure Training instructors while training and adventuring in remote locations.
Features
  • Bathtub floor
  • Inner mosquito netting can be pitched without fly
  • Single door
  • Internal storage pockets
  • Repair kit
  • 9 standard stakes and 4 heavy duty stakes

Materials
  • 75D Polyester: lightweight, robust, fast-drying and UV-resistant fabric with PU coating, used for tent flysheets
  • 40D Mosquito Mesh: fine-gauge, lightweight mosquito mesh (inner tent)
  • 150D Hydrofilm Polyester: durable, waterproof-coated groundsheet fabric
  • DAC 7001 Aluminum: very lightweight aluminum tent poles (9 mm)
Specifications
  • Pack size (uncompressed): 5.5" x 16"
  • Pack weight: 3.5 pounds
  • Inside dimensions (usable space): 84" x 35"

UPC Code: 811328024070

ESEE Knives DENGUE-TENT-SM Jack Wolfskin/Randall Adventure Training Dengue Tentrated 5.000 stars out of 5 (2 reviews)
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ESEE Knives DENGUE-TENT-SM Jack Wolfskin/Randall Adventure Training Dengue Tent
rated 5 stars out of 5
Barnburner
Georgia
Feb 18, 2020
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As Advertised
Purchased one last fall and it worked as advertised. Highly recommend it!
ESEE Knives DENGUE-TENT-SM Jack Wolfskin/Randall Adventure Training Dengue Tent
rated 5 stars out of 5
Mike P
Tennessee
Feb 18, 2020
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Set up in the dark
Years ago when Jeff Randall and I were doing a lot of travel in the Amazon Rainforest of Peru we carried an older North Face tent that had only two poles, hoop style set up. We liked it because we could set it up in the pitch black dark, no light, pouring down rain. It was idiot proof to set up. And although not freestanding it would still work with one tie line at the front and one at the back. This Dengue tent is made exactly like that, only better materials and a little better design. It is the best, lightweight design I have seen.Mike PerrinESEE KnivesRandall's Adventure and Training

 

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