The Sierra Designs Yahi Annex 4 + 2 Tent is a 6-person, 3 season basecamp tent that features an amply sized interior area which, combined with larger vestibule, gives greater versatility to your next weekend adventure. DAC poles, M Hub configuration and Jake's Foot pole attachment means that you won't have to sacrifice stability either. The Yahi Annex 4+2 sleeps up to 6 and can act as two tents in one, with a divider that can separate the two areas as separate sleeping rooms or dedicating one room to gear storage. The Yahi features a Superseal bathtub floor to stop splashing rain from seeping in and a drop door that helps to keep drafts out.
|Length:||13 ft 6 in / 4.11 m|
|Width:||7.67 ft / 2.34 m|
|Int Peak Height:||74.5 in / 189.23 cm|
|Capacity - People:||4 Person|
|Weight:||17 lb 7 oz / 7.91 kg|
|Packed Size:||27 x 10 in / 65.6 x 25.4 cm|
|Material:||75D Polyester/68D Polyester|
|Tent Footprint:||Sierra Designs Yahi Annex 4+2 #7029|
|Number of Doors:||2|
|Number of Poles:||5|
|Floor Area:||102 ft2 / 9.48 m2|
|Vestibule Area:||16 + 9 ft2 / 1.5 + .84 m2|
Great 2-room tent for family of 4+a couple of friends. Worked great after many camping trips near beach, river and Redwood forests. Was able to accommodate a couple of friends who had tent problems. The tent walls & ceiling are mostly mesh so it gives great ventilation with no condensation issues especially in summer. Can walk around entire tent - make it easier to change clothes and doesn't feel claustrophobic during rain storms. Compared several similar 6- person tents including Big Agnes Flying Diamond and Marmot Halo...chose this for proven quality and overall value with Austinkayak's great pricing! (+) Roomy, Excellent Headroom throughout, Ease of Set-Up, Mostly Mesh tent walls give excellent ventilation, Good Quality material, packs up well, but definitely car camping tent. (-) "Windows" on "front" room don't have privacy covers in front section, zippers start at top of doors...makes it difficult for young children to open themselves, back "room" has no windows, needs fly on for weather-proofing, but great for stargazing without fly on.