|Color||Carbón de leña, azul|
|Cantidad de artículos||1|
ALPS Mountaineering Camp Creek - Tienda de campaña para 6 Personas
|3 meses sin intereses||$1,830.25||$5,490.71|
|6 meses sin intereses||$915.16||$5,490.71|
|9 meses sin intereses||$610.15||$5,490.71|
|12 meses sin intereses||$457.66||$5,490.71|
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|Color||Carbón de leña, azul|
|Peso del producto||23.5 Libras|
|Altura máxima||84 Pulgadas|
Acerca de este artículo
- Fácil instalación con diseño único de cubo y clips de poste que se enganchan rápidamente sobre los postes de fibra de vidrio.
- El centro extra alto y las paredes laterales rectas permiten más espacio para cunas y la capacidad de mantenerse de pie.
- La mosca impermeable añade toldos grandes sobre la puerta delantera y la ventana trasera.
- Totalmente equipado con estacas de almacenamiento de malla y cuatro ventanas grandes.
- Tamaño de la base: 10 pies x 10 pies. Altura del centro: 84 pulgadas. Peso total: 22 libras, 8 onzas. Color: carbón/azul.
- Instrucciones de cuidado: lavar a mano.
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|Vendido por||Amazon Estados Unidos||Amazon México||Amazon México||Amazon México||Amazon Estados Unidos||Amazon México|
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|Tamaño||6 personas||5.4||10' x 9'||4 Personas||206*114.2*80.7 inches||25,4 x 25,4 cm (10 x 10 pulg.)|
Descripción del producto
El Camp Creek proporcionará un hogar de lujo lejos de casa la próxima vez que quieras escapar. Ya que utiliza postes de fibra de vidrio que se conectan a montantes de acero, proporciona un amplio espacio interior con paredes casi rectas para darle más espacio útil cuando estás dentro. Esto es ideal si estás configurando cunas o simplemente quieres más espacio en el interior para pasar el rato y jugar una ronda de cartas antes de acostarte. La lluvia proporciona grandes toldos sobre la puerta y ventana trasera que es una Gran característica cuando llueve. Esta es una gran opción para todas tus aventuras de camping.
Más información del producto
Extra Tall Center Height
7 ft. of center height provides plenty of room to stand.
Zippered Mesh Doors, Windows and a Mesh Roof combine to offer ventilation and comfort control.
The Unique hub design and pole clips make setup a breeze.
Factory sealed seams, 75D 185T Polyester Fly with 1500 mm coating and 150D polyester oxford floor with 1500 mm coating combine to keep you dry.
Base Size: 10’ x 10’
Center Height: 84”
Tent Area: 100 ft²
Packed Size: 8.5” x 28”
Beginning in 1993 with the establishment of ALPS Mountaineering, ALPS Brands is a continuously growing and expanding group of brands dedicated to developing and manufacturing high quality, performance-driven outdoor products. Currently making up the ALPS Brands family of companies are ALPS Mountaineering, ALPS OutdoorZ, Delta Waterfowl Gear, Browning Camping and Cedar Ridge.
Tried and True
ALPS takes pride in the quality of our products and warrants that the materials and workmanship will be free of any defects. Our factories follow a strict set of specifications and quality standards, however, if a problem develops, please contact us.
Quality Products, Affordable Prices
Until our customers can actually hold one of our products in their hands and carefully look it over, it's difficult to convey our quality and construction. We believe a comfortable pack or chair, a weatherproof tent, and a warm sleeping bag or air pad do not need to be expensive. Value can be defined as getting what you pay for. We define value as getting more than you pay for.
Opiniones de clientes
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So, on my second try -- using the correct pole this time -- the tent went up in approximately 15 minutes. I am a 62-year old woman with osteoarthritis in my knees, and I hoisted this tent by myself. Apart from the misunderstanding regarding which pole is used where, the instructions are clear and the set-up is almost intuitive.
I looked at tents for a month, before deciding that this one is perfect for what I want. The center is very high: 84". I am 5' 10" and the adult men in my family are all over 6' 2", so the center height is important. I wanted a 10' x 10' tent so that it fits into a particular spot in my back yard. The walls on this tent are nearly vertical, which gives a lot of room inside. The floor is sturdy enough for my needs. I put a tarp underneath. I like the color. I love the mesh roof for looking at the sky, and there are three very large screen windows for air flow. The fabric is sturdy enough for this type of tent. I notice double-stitching and reinforcements in several different areas.
I have not yet put the rain tarp on. After reading the instructions, I don't see there will be any problem with that. My area is getting a rain storm in about four days, so I will be testing its rainproof-edness then. I will also tighten it down for some expected wind from the cold front that is moving in with the rain.
All-in-all, a very happy purchase. This tent has all the features I wanted in a tent I could afford.
1. It is very tall. This 6'2" customer can easily stand up anywhere in the tent.
2. It packages fairly compactly for this type/size of tent
3. Materials seem to be high quality, if thinner than I'd like
4. The tent can be easily put together by one tall person. Shorter people might have issues getting rainfly over the top of the tent on their own.
Now the negatives:
1. I concur with another reviewer that it'd be great if the I could roll up and velcro the window/door flaps when they are unzipped. As the tent is designed right now, they just hang down. That's annoying in a nearly $200 tent.
2. The bottom is thinner than I'm used to, so tarp underneath the tent is pretty much mandatory. I'd actually pay extra if this tent had a heavier bottom.
3. Stakes suck, just like any other "stock" takes for any tent in sub-$200 price range.
All in all, I'm not sending it back, but I'm not 100% pleased with it either. It's an OK tent, but it could be great with a few relatively minor tweaks to its design.
I noted in a previous review a comment about no ties for the window flaps when open and that they just hang down. That is easy to solve by tucking the flap into the lower half of the windows since they only open 3/4 of the way.
Love the lantern hook at top of tent.
Floor looks strong but I wouldn’t use it without a tarp under it.
Slept in it last night and it was great.
My family has been very enthusiastic about tent camping for quite some time. We have had a variety of tents over time, but one of our favorites was a Eureka one we had that was vintage. It was one of the last ones made in the US from what we understand and it lasted for a long time even past us getting it used. The design was perfect for the family and it was sturdy too. Had my husband not refused to stake it down one night insisting we would not get any wind, we would probably still have it. We got wind that night- so much that it pinned him against the building it blew him up against. He never refused again.
Our most recent tent experience has been horrible. We got a fantastic Coleman tent- great design- but the poles snapped the second time we used it- no wind, no bad weather- just snapped.
WHAT IS THIS TENT LIKE?
This tent is the most like the design of the Eureka we had some years ago that we have seen yet. I am going to break this down into sections about this tent so it is easier to work through to find what you want to know.
The fabric in this tent is as nice or nicer than the Colemans that we have had. It is gray, white, and teal. The screen is no-see-um netting but is thin- care needs to be taken to be sure it does not tear.
The poles are fantastic- best feature of this tent. The side poles are heavy steel with steel core shock cords in the poles. There are several shock corded fiberglass poles in this set. These poles go on top for a curved roof and also for the curved fly.
The connectors are all plastic, but quite sturdy- better than some of Coleman. Over time, I am not sure how they will hold up, but they are nice and sturdy.
The stakes are about 8 inches long with a curved hook on top. They are about 1/4 inch thick straight rounded steel stakes- not something you will want to use in high winds or soil that is extremely wet or sandy. If you want something a little substantial or longer, you will have to purchase them. There are 13 stakes that come with this- for the tent and the cords that hold the tent stable.
There is screen on the ceiling of the tent for a lot of circulation. It breathes nicely. The windows are also nice and large. However, one of my problems with this tent is that there are no ties for the windows to roll them up. They have to hang loose. I am not fond of that and wish they would have put ties or clips on them.
There is a tie back for the door, but not the window in the door. The door is plenty roomy and opens nicely. It is not too far above the ground and opens with a nice zipper. If it were reinforced like some of the Coleman tents (with a little curved fiberglass pole around the edge and velcro to shut it as you go in and out) it would be perfect. Still it is pretty nice.
STAND UP ROOM
Everyone in the family has plenty of room to stand up straight including our 6 ft 3in member of the family.
The set up of the tent is not difficult but it does take at least two people. If this is going to be put up in any kind of breeze, you will need three or four people to hold the tent from blowing away while you try to get it set up and staked down.
The instructions are a nylon label sewn into the case. They are not particularly detailed when it comes to the extras like how to put the hanging storage in the tent. It is adequate for how to put up the tent, however, not a lot of detail beyond that.
Many times a tent comes in a very tiny case that does not store the tent once you have used it because the tent is often too big once it is rolled back up again. In this case, with some work, the case does fit the tent without too much struggle. It has a dual zipper. The tent comes with tiny ties in it that should be more substantial to help put the tent back.
The fly goes on well and does clip into place nicely.
Although this is difficult to put up in the wind (ask me how I know), once it is up and staked down with the lines and stakes and everything clipped as it should be, this tent is quite nice even in the wind. It stays pretty well although I would not expect it to make it through a very severe wind storm which most tents will not. For the usual weather, it seems to do fine.
I did not have any experience with rain- the entire time the tent was set up, there was no rain. I will have to update about that.
The top of this tent is white and quite thin. If you want privacy, you might want to keep in mind that you can probably see through it at night with a light on. The windows are a good height if you plan to sleep in a cot, mattress, or sleeping bag.
Of course, I can only answer this over time, but so far, the construction of this tent is impressive, as long as you put down a tarp to protect the floor and keep applying waterproofing.
This tent is made to stand up- that means that the poles are sturdy and strong. They are HEAVY. That means that this is a substantial package to carry. It is not for backpacking, but it will be a great base to set up if you are going out climbing or exploring with a small backpack tent.
WHAT I WISH THEY HAD DONE
I wish they had put ties on the windows. As small as that sounds, I think it matters in a tent situation. I also wish that they had a hook or ring coming down from the center of the ceiling to hang a lantern or light from.
THE BOTTOM LINE
Despite a few minor changes I would prefer, this is a nice tent. The poles are a great design and made to be strong. The package comes with everything you need to set up a sturdy nice tent, but you may want to purchase better stakes. A great comfortable tent for two to four people ( six if you are like sardines) if you keep up on treating for being waterproof, this tent could last some time if you take care of it. We love the design as a whole and are glad to have this.
Even though I would like a few different things with this- like tie backs on the windows, hook on the ceiling or even a reinforced door like Colemans have, None of these are enough to give it under five stars. The basic structure is great and hopefully will last longer than others on the market these days.
If you have a question about this tent that I have not addressed in this review, I will be happy to update if I can. Also, once we use it again next year I will update as well since we are approaching winter now.