Cabela's Expedition 4-Season Tent 2-Person

Priced: $329.99 Rated:   - 4 stars out of 5 by 4 reviews.
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Cabela's Expedition 4-Season Tent 2-Person -
Reinforced, continuous pole sleeves rigidly hold the DAC 7001 T6 aluminum four-pole frame so this 2 person tent can stand up to  snow, violent wind, rain and sleet. Body is constructed of rugged, 70-denier 190T nylon taffeta. UV-resistant polyester rain fly is treated with a 1,500mm waterproof coating. The two doors on the fly have accompanying vestibules and dual two-way zips with snagproof cording. A clear window provides visibility. Shrouded mesh vents allow air to move through the fly while keeping out moisture. An organizer panel keeps your equipment and personal items off the ground. Reflective guy lines. Tub-shaped floor for maximum protection from the elements. Heavy-duty extruded-aluminum stakes included. Heavy-duty YKK® zippers with snagproof zip cording. Imported.
Capacity: 2 people.
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Cabela's Expedition 4-Season Tent 2-Person Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Well worth the money.

I normally camp all year round. I try to avoid rough and wild weather and that usually limits the amount of camping i do during the winter. i bought this a few weeks ago and just got to test it out on the appalachian trail this past weekend (12/13-12/15). I live in the northeast and the weathermen were predicting a snow storm with accumulation up to 1 foot. I decided this would be the best time to test this tent out. It handled the weather remarkably. the snow just kept piling up around it and sliding off the vestibule/fly with ease. I had a small tent heater running inside for the duration just to keep it warm for sleep time and when the weather really got rough. This tent held the heat in better than i would've thought. The morning after the snow and freezing rain was surprising. The entire outside of the fly/vestibule was encased in ice, which easily broke off. The only thing that failed was the one zipper. It was so badly frozen it got knocked off track, which is not so bad considering the weather conditions this tent was exposed to. I'm so impressed with this tent that i will be purchasing one of the larger models in the near future. Of course, i'll be waiting for them to go back on sale again.
vesh85 at Cabelas on 12/16/2013

GREAT tent!!!

This is the BEST tent I have ever purchased! Our activity is 4 wheeling in the western united states and we're exposed to some HARSH winds and storms. Recently, we did a trip to pismo beach for a 4WD gathering that historically has WICKED winds and rain. This year was no exception.
The XPG tent was relatively easy to set up with the continuous pole guides and the rain fly secured to the poles easily.
Where it really shined was in the elements! In high coastal winds, the tent was ROCK SOLID and the down pour rains that came, we were totally dry. You DO NEED some good sand and snow stakes as that is a big part of the success of this tent, which are NOT included. That is the reason for the 4 star rating as opposed to a 5.
blotcher at Cabelas on 11/07/2011

Excellent 4 man tent

We have been using the XPG 4-man tent for three years now when moose hunting. Our weather has ranged from nice to rain and snow with +60mph winds. The tent has stood the test of time without any rips or poles breaking. We have always stayed dry from the outside elements even when we had non-stop downpours lasting up to 24 hours.
I just purchased the XPG 6-man tent as the 4-man was a little cramped with 4 adults when the weather outside was extremely nasty for several days on end. The larger tent should give us more inside dry storage
The 4-man tent is lightweight for easy packing considering the quality; the 6-man a bit more heavy
A very high quality 4 season tent for serious campers/backpackers/hunters.
RamPo at Cabelas on 11/17/2010

Neutral Reviews:

Won't hold up to bad weather

I have had an XPG tent for four years now and would not rate it as expedition quality. The tent has folded flat in thunderstorms here in Missouri and the last big blow broke a pole which punctured the tent and rain fly. If you do not anticipate adverse weather it is a comfortable tent.
JohnL at Cabelas on 11/24/2013