Suisse Sport Yosemite 5 Person 2 Room Dome Tent 10′ x 8′

April 29, 2015 - Comment

This tent is great for the whole family. The Suisse Sport Yosemite 10′ x 8′ 2-Room Dome Tent sleeps up to five people and keeps everyone comfy in the campsite. Easy Setup and easy teardown will surely make any camping trip a better experience.Enjoy a little extra privacy when camping with friends with the Suisse

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This tent is great for the whole family. The Suisse Sport Yosemite 10′ x 8′ 2-Room Dome Tent sleeps up to five people and keeps everyone comfy in the campsite. Easy Setup and easy teardown will surely make any camping trip a better experience.Enjoy a little extra privacy when camping with friends with the Suisse Sport Yosemite two-room dome tent. Designed to sleep up to four people, the tent includes a removable divider that splits the tent in two. As a result, you can wall off other campers when changing clothes or sleeping, or you can remove the divider to create a single large room. The Yosemite also includes a double D door for easy entry and exit, along with a full four-point rainfly to keep you dry on moist evenings. And ventilation is always a concern in warm, muggy climates, which is why the tent includes three mesh zippered windows and a mesh ceiling. The tent measures 10 by 6 by 8 feet (W x H x D) and weighs roughly 13.65 pounds.

Product Features

  • 2-room dome tent that sleeps up to 4 people
  • Removable divider splits the tent into 2 rooms
  • Double D door for easy entry and exit
  • 3 mesh zippered windows and mesh ceiling
  • Measures 10 x 6 x 8 feet (W x H x D); weighs 13.65 pounds

Comments

Scott Chamberlain "ltdscott" says:

Great basic tent My fiancee and I realized our current 3 person tent would not have enough space for our queen air mattress and our newly acquired dog to sleep in. So 3 days before our camping trip, we had to find a new tent – Amazon Prime to the rescue. I’m 6’3″ and hate having to practically do a backflip to change pants inside the tent, so I wanted a tent I could somewhat stand up in. And knowing that we were camping in the desert of Southeastern California where winds can come out of nowhere and destroy a tent, I didn’t want to spend a lot in case it turned into a loss. I read the reviews on this one and picked it up for $67. It arrived the next day.Set up was a snap. Since it’s just a simple dome without any weird side extensions, it uses just two main poles going through sleeves, and two poles across the rain fly. Super easy. We attached the rain fly with the hooks to the bottom corners of the tent, but didn’t bother with the guy wires. Didn’t use the inner „curtain“ either, so I…

Lawrance M. "Beer & Coffee Snob" says:

Don’t be fooled by the price, this is an excellent tent! I will admit I was a bit skeptical to invest in this tent due to the low price tag. I ordered from Amazon and it arrived the next day! After using if for several camping trips, I feel I can now report back to say what an excellent buy this is. I took my friends advise and set it up before my first outing and seam-sealed it. This allowed me to get used to the setup and explore my purchase too. I recommend two people to set this tent up. Mainly when it’s time to erect the crossing poles. Brain surgeon not required. My 8 year old does a terrific job helping. The main issue I have during setup is with the rain-fly. It not only looks like a kite when it’s setup, but acts like one too! So if you have even the slightest breeze come by after you install the rain-fly poles, you better have a second person on hand to help you keep your kite under control until you can snap it in place over your tent. Once it’s in place, you don’t have to worry about it. The rain-fly does an excellent job of…

C. K. Walker "Shop-Walker" says:

Very nice, entry level tent This was our first tent purchase, and we’ve found it to be a very good entry level tent. I like the inside height that allows me at 5’8″ to stand upright, and the room divider allows for a little privacy, but since it’s just a curtain, it’s also easy to remove and open up the whole tent. With the double doors and three windows, as well as the mesh top under the rain fly, it’s got pretty decent ventilation. I wouldn’t say this is a four season tent, as the nylon taffeta is a little thin for cool weather camping, but it handles rain well. I did seam seal and waterproof the rain fly and tent before we camped the first time, as I was told by experienced campers that’s the best way to ensure dry camping, and I’ve no complaints. It’s not too difficult for me to put up by myself in 20-30 minutes, but with help, we can get it up in 10 minutes easy. I didn’t give it a 5 star rating because it has pole sleeves to thread the poles through (clips are better), the stakes it comes with are…

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