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Sets up in under 5 minutes so you spend less time pitching the tent and more time relaxing at the campsite. The Coleman® Skydome™ Camping Tent with Full-Fly Vestibule offers extra weather protection and more storage space with the full-fly vestibule area. Go ahead and stretch out inside. The nearly vertical walls offer 20% more headroom than a traditional Coleman dome tent. Plus, a wide door design means you can move airbeds, sleeping bags, and other gear in and out with ease. Downpour in the forecast? This tent features the WeatherTec™ system, with welded corners and inverted seams that help keep you and your gear dry. Plus, the strong frame has been tested to withstand up to 35 mph winds. Roof vents and mesh back wall help with ventilation and airflow inside the tent for ultimate comfort. An E-port makes it easy to access an extension cord so you can bring electrical power inside your tent.
2.4 x 1 m (8 x 3.5 ft.) full-fly vestibule creates a protected entry and adds extra storage space
WeatherTec™ system uses a tub-like floor, patented welded corners, while inverted seams and taped seams on rainfly and tent body help keep water out; durable frame is tested to withstand up to 35 mph winds
Nearly vertical walls offer 20% more headroom than traditional Coleman dome tents
Sets up in under 5 minutes thanks to pre-attached poles
Roof vents and mesh back wall help with ventilation and airflow
Mesh storage pockets and a gear loft keep small items organized
E-port makes it easy to access an extension cord so you can bring electrical power inside your tent
Front left corner on tent, fly pole, and sleeve are color-coded red to help orient rainfly
Expandable carry bag for easy packing
Dimensions:2.4 x 1 m (8 x 3.5 ft.)
Where to Buy
The following link will take you to a site outside of Coleman CA.
Rated 4 out of
Good so far- but one major flawBought this tent to replace a ~20 year old Coleman tent that leaked the first time it was out in the rain this summer, so my goal was to find something waterproof. Haven't had the oportunity to test it in the rain yet unfortunately, but the rain fly looks solid. Lots of space for one person with a single air mattress, would be tight with a queen or two single air mattresses though. Ample storage pockets inside. A little harder to put up alone than my previous tent because it is taller (and I am short), but the extra headroom is probably worth it for most people. I appreciate that the body of the tent attaches to the poles with hooks instead of sleeves (vestibule has a sleeve). One significant flaw that I can't understand though- while there is a guyline loop on the back of the rainfly to pull it away from the body of the tent for airflow, there are NO guylines on the sides of the rainfly for this purpose. This means that not only is cross-ventinaltion very poor (brutal in the summer), but rain will drip down the rainfly directly on to the base of the tent. My old tent fly had guylines on the sides, and I can't imagine how this was omitted on this one, especially given how stifiling the fly is, but also how necessary it is for privacy in a campground (given the tent body is almost entirely mesh). While I wouldn't say this is necessarily a dealbreaker for me, and I may try to DIY a fix, it added a significant caveat to an almost perfect tent for my needs.