Stansport “Scout” Backpack Tent (Forest Green, 6-Feet 6-Inch X4-Feet 6-Inch X 3-Feet)

July 4, 2013 - Comment

Our Stansport Scout Backpack Tent has a sturdy “A” frame design. It has two aluminum poles and a no-see-um mesh door screen. The upper is a lightweight 800mm p.u. coated nylon and the floor is rugged P.E.. Ropes and stakes included. Weighs 3.8 lbs. Perfect for spring, summer and fall backpacking.What says “camping” more than

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Our Stansport Scout Backpack Tent has a sturdy “A” frame design. It has two aluminum poles and a no-see-um mesh door screen. The upper is a lightweight 800mm p.u. coated nylon and the floor is rugged P.E.. Ropes and stakes included. Weighs 3.8 lbs. Perfect for spring, summer and fall backpacking.What says “camping” more than a classic A-frame pup tent? The Scout backpack tent, from outdoor outfitter Stansport, offers the nostalgic appeal of this classic tent design, updated with a number of modern features. It sets up quickly via two sturdy yet lightweight aluminum poles, and includes ropes and stakes for when conditions turn windy. You’ll keep both bugs and rain at bay with no-see-um mesh door screens and an 8,000-millimeter-rated, polyurethane-coated nylon upper, and the rugged polyethylene floor keeps you dry from underneath, as well. The 3.8-pound, three-season tent meets CPAI-84 flame retardant specifications.

Features
Sturdy A-frame design Two lightweight aluminum poles No-see-um mesh screen door 8,000-millimeter-rated, polyurethane-coated upper Rugged polyethylene floor Includes ropes and stakes

Specifications
Three-season, two-person tent Measures 54 by 36 by 78 inches (W x H x D) 29 square feet of floor space 3.8-pound weight Meets CPAI-84 flame retardent specifications

About Stansport:
Stansport has produced quality camping gear for more than 50 years, from tents to backpacks and rafts to cookware.

Product Features

  • Classic A-frame tent design, updated with a number of modern features
  • Three-season, two-person tent sets up quickly via two sturdy yet lightweight aluminum poles; includes ropes and stakes
  • No-see-um mesh door screens and 8,000-millimeter-rated, polyurethane-coated nylon upper, and rugged polyethylene floor
  • Measures 54 by 36 by 78 inches (W x H x D), with 29 square feet of floor space
  • 3.8-pound weight; meets CPAI-84 flame retardant specifications

Comments

Thomas A. Weeks says:

Tent is a real tent. Of course this is a nice tent for the money – that’s first. But it will keep the elements out and is very study and simple to use. You don’t have to worry about the aluminum poles snapping or the thick tarp material leaking if it is wet outside. There are no frills though, no vestibule for cooking or storing gear. If you want cover for that – rig a tarp or something. The tent is for sleeping only and two is a tight fit, but that’s okay if you are just sleeping. The weight of 4 pounds makes it a…

A. Lucero "jill of all trades" says:

Not bad for the price paid! I bought this because my husband and I were going backpacking and I didn’t want to carry too much weight. I also didn’t have much money to spend on a new tent. This tent weighs under 4 lbs. It’s a tight fit for two adults, but manageable. I’m 5’7″ so someone taller might find it too short.I think my only complaint is that there was quite a bit of condensation on the inside by morning, so if you are sleeping right against the walls, you are going to get a little wet. I slept in…

Blake says:

Not Bad, Not Good The tent is alright for a quick little trip. It goes up fairly quickly and easily and has plenty of space for one person. If you’re as tall as I am though, or anything over six foot, you may have to sleep diagonally in it to fully stretch out.Unfortunately it does have a lot of downsides, but what would you expect from a tent at this price? First, and most baffling of all, is the little window on the back. It does indeed have a zip-down flap to cover it but this flap is located on…

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