The Eureka Apex 3XT FG 3-person, 3-season tent is a multi-purpose freestanding 2 pole rectangular dome tent. The Apex 3XT is lightweight and compact and features two twin-track doors as well as two full-coverage vestibules with a 13.4 sq. ft. of dry storage space. Durable, shock-corded, freestanding fiberglass frame and ring and pin/pole pocket assembly for quick and easy assembly. Zipper covers on the fly and a bathtub floor provide protection from water. Included gear loft provides extra, overhead storage.
|Length:||7 ft 8 in / 2.34 m|
|Width:||6.5 ft / 1.98 m|
|Int Peak Height:||51 in / 129.54 cm|
|Capacity - People:||3 Person|
|Weight:||8 lb 4 oz / 3.74 kg|
|Packed Size:||24 x 6 in. / 61 x 15 cm|
|Material:||75D 190T Polyester Taffeta|
|Tent Footprint:||Eureka Apex 3XT Fitted #4057|
|Number of Doors:||2|
|Number of Poles:||2 fiberglass|
|Floor Area:||48.75 ft2 / 4.53 m2|
|Vestibule Area:||13.93 ft2 / 1.29 m2|
This tent is great! I camped in it for 4 nights last week, one of which rained and I remained nice and dry! It is extremely easy to set up / break down, and the stuff bag makes packing it a breeze. Im goin on another camping trip for labor day weekend and can't wait to use it again!
We bought 10 of these for Troop campouts. All arrived with all of the right contents. They havent been rained on yet, but we put two through the garden hose test and they passed without a drop getting inside. Setup is simple enough for an 11 year old boy. The size was a compromise. The boys like more room than a 2 person. But we are getting into backpacking, so we needed something light. So for backpacking, we use 1 tent for 3 boys. One carries the rain- fly. One carries the tent. The other carries poles and stakes. The only drawaback is that I wish I could have opted for DAC Aluminum poles. I would have paid extra for that.