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

April 29, 2015 - 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

Eric Landis says:

For the price you cant go wrong This tent rolls up and is pretty lightweight and compact but once up has plenty of room inside for one + gear. I’m 6’4″ tall and if I were to stretch out my head and feet could touch the two end poles. Hit those poles to hard and I’d image it’d come down on you in the middle of the night. Overall I’m very pleased though. For less than $30 bucks I think it did an excellent job.I’d agree with a lot of the other reviews though and will have to only rate it for 4 stars. We were camping in some pretty warm weather (80’s) so I can’t vouch for its waterproofness either. But if it got cold outside say down into the 40’s condensation would be a real concern. Even with the door flaps and back window flap open I could feel the temperature raising once I climbed in. This tent simply doesn’t breath very well. Waking up in a puddle of water from condensation isn’t fun. But just to be clear, that didn’t happen and there was no buildup in the tent at all. If the tent were to…

Miles says:

C’mon people. It’s a PUP TENT for pete sake! Its a classic that WORKS… IF you know what the heck you are doing with it. Yeah its a little tight for 1 man plus his gear and you for sure won’t be fitting two grown men in it without really getting to know each other, if you know what I mean. Its a breeze to set up and it ventilates well with both mesh windows open. Will keep you dry from the morning dew and very light misting rain, but to protect against the heavy rain storms that will absolutely soak one of these (as some less than knowledgeable reviewers have pointed out), pitch a tarp shelter and then pitch the tent under it. Keeps off the moderate to heavy rain and, as an added bonus, the hot mid-day sun if you are camping in the heat of summer. I have stayed in one of these tents for a full week at a time on numerous occasions at different summer camps. You simply can’t beat it if you have the know how and common sense to use it to your advantage. A tent is a camping TOOL that requires „know how“ to use. You wouldn’t walk…

Thomas says:

Tent is a real tent. 0

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