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Eureka Spitfire 1 Person Tent

$119.99
Eureka Spitfire 1 Person Tent - Dick's Sporting Goods
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Product Information:

Enjoy your time in the wilderness with the Eureka! ® Spitfire 1 Person Tent. Set up is fast and easy with post and grommet corner attachments and clips that attach the tent body to the frame. The Spitfire only requires two stakes to secure it to the tent body and features a large side entry door for easy access and mesh panels for air flow. Sleeps one person.
FEATURES:

  • Sleeps 1
  • Sizeable mesh panels provide generous air flow
  • Post and grommet corner attachments make set up easy
  • Only 2 stakes required to secure tent body
  • 9 mm DAC Featherlite 7000 series aluminum
  • Large side entry door for easy access
  • 4 storm guyouts on fly
  • Poke-out vent in fly with zippered access in mesh roof cloth
  • Inside storage pocket holds essentials
  • Poles: 2
  • Doors: 1
  • Vestibules: 1
  • Fly included


Specifications:

  • Interior size: 108" x 42" x 40"
  • Vestibule area: 4.4 sq ft
  • Pack weight: 2 lbs 12 oz
  • Pack size: 21" x 5
Country of Origin: China
Web ID: 3998063

Customer Reviews:

Eureka Spitfire 1 Person Tent 4.3 5 16 16
Very nice for the money. I got caught in bad weather this fall while using this tent and it kept me dry for the whole 12 hours I was stuck inside it. Honestly it could stand to be 6 inches longer but I like it November 2, 2014
passed the test Purchased this to use backpacking.. great weight, easy set up so it fit the bill. Took it camping the end of September. Rain was not in the forecast but.... the first night it started to drizzle.. ok Not to bad. Stayed dry no problem - but the second night! Noah get the ark! Thought I was either going to fly away or float down stream. Have to say this is when my new little tent really stood up to the test. Stayed dry! Even when water puddled under the floor on to the tarp I had placed under it. Found one tiny leak at a stake out point but no others. But I have to tell you if you are tall this might not be the tent for you. I'm only 4ft 10 and while not cramped there wasn't much room for gear.. of course to be fair I had a lot more with me than when I backpack so my boots and pack would fit in side. Was able to sit up and even changed clothes inside my Spitfire. If you're looking for a solo this could very well be the tent for you. October 29, 2014
Great sub 3lb tent on a budget. I was looking for a solo backpacking tent around the 2lb mark. The Eureka Spitfire 1 fits the bill. I'm 6'1, 210 lbs and I have room at my feet and by my head in this tent. I use a Big Agnes REM sleep pad which is 20 inches wide and that fits no problem. I can also sit up straight in this tent with plenty of head room. The tent features taped seams, full rain fly, 2 vestibules, and a single vent that is accessable from the inside. Pack weight is under 3lbs which is impressive at $100. The other feature I like was the side entry instead of trying to get in through the front of the tent which is common in this class. Cons - I left the tent out in the rain for an entire weekend when I bought it. While the rain fly did it's job, water seeped through the tent floor. To cut down on weight there is no bath tub flooring here - again, common with backpacking designs. As this is a backpacking tent it won't be left outdoors for more than a single night. If you're planning to car camp with this I would consider bringing a tarp or buying the footprint. The vestibules are small, but enought room for muddy boots or a medium pack. Don't think you could get a pack inside the tent with you comfortably. The other vestibule is only accessable from the outside. Condsidering the weight, quality, and pricing I think this is a great backpacking option from Eureka. I'd buy it again. July 21, 2014
Good quality tent, easy to set up, not right for my needs Great tent - super light and easy to set up (easy, but time-consuming). It kept me dry when the ground was wet. I ended up returning the tent bc the 1-person was too small for what I needed it for. I camp out for tournaments and the tent was not big enough for all my stuff and me. To be fair, I had a lot of gear and it wasn't backpacking/lightweight gear. I think it's a great backpacking tent, but I wasn't exactly packed for backpacking. PRO: high quality, keeps you dry, very light, easy to assemble CON: stakes are very basic, long time to set up, tiny vestibule area July 8, 2014
Weekend Hiker For the price, this tent is fantastic for a weekend backpacker. Plenty of room for my 5'10" 220 lb frame with enough extra space at head and foot for loose gear, shoes or clothing. Tent's design allows sitting up inside to do whatever--a plus, indeed. Rainfly shelters entire tent, to keep out weather. Also the vestibule area is more than ample space to keep pack out of the weather too. If the entry zipper had been on both sides, I may have rated tent even higher. May 22, 2014
good value Overall, I'm pleased with the tent. Weight was a deciding factor in my purchase and one would have to spend 2-3 times the purchase price to get anything significantly lighter. It is also surprisingly roomy with enough space for me, my boots and my pack. (I'm just 5'4" so take that for what it is worth.) Set up is fairly straightforward. We had 2 days of almost constant driving rain and I only had one very slight leak at one of the longitudinal seams in the rain fly that Grip Seam fixed. In fairness, Eureka suggests sealing the seams before use. I replaced the cheap steel stakes with much better hardened aluminum stakes, replaced the guy ropes with better quality cord, and bought a footprint. I expected to do those things considering the price. One thing I think Eureka should do though is include a clip on tie bar to connect the two poles or at least make one available as an accessory purchase. That would make the tent easier to set up in the wind and also help keep the rain fly taut. November 9, 2013
Amazing tent for the price! The first day I went camping with this tent, the weather was perfect for a field test. Rained the entire day and when I went to bed, I was perfectly dry, listening to the sound of rain hitting the tent while it was 45 degrees. Easy to set up, easy to get in and out of, plenty of space for sleeping and a decent amount of room for your gear (keeping in mind you are buying a 3 pound backpacking tent). For the price, size, and quality I can't think of a better tent. October 22, 2013
Very Pleased Very easy to set up and roomy. Not too many 1 person tents with a 40" height under 3lbs. I wish the door would have been on the right hand side to match most sleeping bags. Very little condensation formed on the fly for a 40 degree night. For the price it's a great tent. April 12, 2013
Great solo backpacking tent For the cost and weight, you cannot beat this tent. Less than 3 pounds everything included, AWESOME. If you are looking for a solo tent that is roomy enough, easy to setup (2 poles and 2 stakes will do it) and doesn't cost $300+ that tents of this weight and quality usually cost, then the Eureka Spitfire 1 is a great option! And did I mention how lite it is. Just got back from 3 days on the AT and my back is still thanking me for buying this tent. March 27, 2013
Great Price Was in the store looking for something else. Found the tent which I had almost purchased online a couple weeks before. Light, compact, and durable. Takes up the same footprint as my bivoy sack but you can sit up in it and there is more room for Items you want undercover. January 22, 2013
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