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Sportz Full Size Avalanche 2 Person Truck Tent

$259.99
Sportz Full Size Avalanche 2 Person Truck Tent - Dick's Sporting Goods
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Product Information:

Rush off to the great outdoors with the Sportz® Full Size Avalanche Truck Tent. This tent is specifically designed for the Chevrolet® Avalanche and Cadillac® Escalade EXT. The sewn-in floor and rain-fly ensure weather protection, while the 5.5' of headroom and large sleeping space guarantee exceptional comfort. The color-color poles allow for quick, hassle-free set-up.
FEATURES:

  • Two person truck tent for Chevrolet® Avalanche and Cadillac® Escalade EXT
  • Three season use
  • Sewn-in floor for maximum comfort and protection
  • Rear access door allows for cab storage
  • Larger interior space with over 5.5' of head room
  • 6'x6' shade awning
  • Color-coded fiberglass and stell poles
  • Two large no-see-um mesh windows for exceptional ventilation
  • Rain-fly provides additional waterproofing
  • Interior pocket for gear storage
  • Includes carrying bag
  • Model: 99949
  • Sportz


KEY SPECS:

  • Length: 5.6'
  • Material: Polyester and nylon taffeta
  • Weight: 20 lbs
Country of Origin: Imported
Web ID: 15492066

Customer Reviews:

Rated 5 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Avalanche Truck Tent I love it, I have only used it one time so I am still learning how to set it up. With the tail gate down and window and gate open you have over 10 feet of leg room and can almost stand up in it. I wish I had bought this many years ago. Another owner of an Avalanche saw it this weekend and wanted to know where to get one. I would recommend setting up in your driveway with help the first time so you have an idea of where the straps go before just setting out on a trip. I glad I did. When I went camp I was by myself and was different when you have help. I enjoyed it. May 7, 2014
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