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Monday, May 15, 2017

New Eureka Tents

We've added two new Eureka Tents to our Eureka Tent offerings the Apex 4 XT and Apex 3 XT tents. The Apex line has been a constant over the last 15 years with easy access lots of ventilation and extra vestibule space. See all of our Eureka tents here.



Eureka Apex 4XT Tent has lightning fast setups after long, slow hikes. Near instantaneous setup pays big dividends when it’s getting dark on the trail. Sleeping and lounging are more comfortable with big dual vestibules, dual windows and maxed out interior space. The secret to speed and space, is the freestanding frame that’s shock-corded to our speed hub. The hub allows for a modified dome shape with steeper walls and more efficient use of the footprint. The Apex tent series is the ideal entry to a full featured backpacking tent.
Single pole set, rectangular dome tent
2Fiberglass frame sections are attached to the nylon central speed hub for easy set up and to prevent lost parts during take down
3Large mesh doors front and rear provide easy access
4Vestibules provide a place for each person to store gear
5Bathtub floor wraps up sides of tent, protecting against splashing and standing water
6Vents in the top fly, and mesh panels in the tent roof, allow moist warm air to escape, minimizing condensation
7Polyester nylon Footprint is included. Placed under the tent prior to set-up, the footprint keeps the outer floor clean for packing and prevents wear & tear from roots and stones
8A gear loft provides extra storage overhead
9Mesh pockets organize small gear and keep it off of the floor
10Camp Comfort System Compatible


Seasons
3
Sleeping Capacity
4
Floor Size
88 in x 98 in
Interior Peak Height
4 ft 11 in
Minimum Weight
9 lb 13 oz
Pack Size
6 in x 24 in
Floor Area
60 ft²
Vestibules
2
Vestibule Area Front
11.4 ft²
Vestibule Area Rear
11.4 ft²
Doors
2
Storage Pockets
4
Gear Hammock
1
Pole Attachment
Clips, Hub, Post & Grommet


Eureka Apex 3XT Tent has lightning fast setups after long, slow hikes. Near instantaneous setup pays big dividends when it’s getting dark on the trail. Sleeping and lounging are more comfortable with big dual vestibules, dual windows and maxed out interior space. The secret to speed and space, is the freestanding frame that’s shock-corded to our speed hub. The hub allows for a modified dome shape with steeper walls and more efficient use of the footprint. The Apex tent series is the ideal entry to a full featured backpacking tent.
Single pole set, rectangular dome tent
2Fiberglass frame sections are attached to the nylon central speed hub for easy set up and to prevent lost parts during take down
3Large mesh doors front and rear provide easy access
4Vestibules provide a place for each person to store gear
5Bathtub floor wraps up sides of tent, protecting against splashing and standing water
6Vents in the top fly, and mesh panels in the tent roof, allow moist warm air to escape, minimizing condensation
7Polyester nylon Footprint is included. Placed under the tent prior to set-up, the footprint keeps the outer floor clean for packing and prevents wear & tear from roots and stones
8A gear loft provides extra storage overhead
9Mesh pockets organize small gear and keep it off of the floor
10Camp Comfort System Compatible

Seasons
3
Sleeping Capacity
3
Floor Size
88 in x 75 in
Interior Peak Height
4 ft 2 in
Minimum Weight
7 lb 10 oz
Pack Size
7 in x 23 in
Floor Area
46 ft²
Vestibules
2
Vestibule Area Front
9.2 ft²
Vestibule Area Rear
9.2 ft²
Doors
2
Storage Pockets
4
Gear Hammock
1
Pole Attachment
Clips, Hub, Post & Grommet

Questions email info@vtarmynavy.com or call 800-448-7965.

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