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Eureka Down Range Solo Tactical Tent - NORTH RIVER OUTDOORS
Eureka Down Range Solo Tactical Tent - NORTH RIVER OUTDOORS



Eureka Down Range Solo Tactical Tent

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Eureka Down Range Solo Tactical Tent is a one man tent. This Down Range Tactical Solo tent is a lightweight 3 season tent with a Design based upon US armed forces Tent Combat One Person (TCOP). Applying over 100 years of USA tent building experience to crafting structural and sleeping shelters for military application. The Down Range Tactical Solo Tent features vestibule floor protects gear & Strengthens tent structure, and Snivel Lock fly door panels lock at bottom to ensure everything stays closed in windy conditions.

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down rang icon (downrange_icon.png) Forward Operating Base (FOB) vestibule
floor protects gear & strengthens tent structure
down rang icon (downrange_icon.png) Snivel Lock: Fly door panels lock at bottom with
side-release buckle to eliminate wind-driven opening
down rang icon (downrange_icon.png) Vectored fly-to-vent-body side pullouts enhance
ventilation, interior volume, and stability
down rang icon (downrange_icon.png) Adjustable vestibule stake outs for versatility
in stake placement and tensioning fly
down rang icon (downrange_icon.png) 2 panel (mesh/breathable) doors have High/Low
venting capability

Customer Reviews

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Eureka Down Range Solo Tactical Tent

This is a nice first tent. I bought it at it's regular price. It has all features I was looking for in a bug out tent. The 4 star rating resulted from the way the vestibule floor collected water. The first three times I used the tent it rained. The fly tends to sag on the two sides of each vestibule panel. It allowed rain to drip on to the vestibule floor. In the morning I awoke to find a swimming pool on each side of the zipper door (a feature I didn't know was included).The non-vestibule side has a way to pull the fly away from the tent which can be seen on the picture. I purchased tarp clips and low profile stakes to remedy the problem.