Eureka Solitare Tent

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Eureka Solitare Tent -
Rugged and lightweight, this one-man tent is perfect for the solo adventurer. Built with three-season construction, the Solitaire features a 6.3mm fiberglass frame that will stand against heavy winds. The 1,200mm waterproof rated 75D StormShield® polyester taffeta fly and the equally strong 1,200mm waterproof rated 75D polyester taffeta floor are made to protect and keep you dry during the worst rainstorms. During hotter conditions, the 50-denier No-See-Um mesh walls offer excellent airflow, and the fly can be pulled back for bug-free stargazing. Its two-pole, hoop-style post and grommet assembly makes set up fast and easy. One end offers a roomy vestibule for gear storage and the other has a zipper in mesh roof panel for easy entrance and exit. Two storage pockets and one flashlight loop. Imported.
Sleeping capacity: 1.
Center height: 2’4".
Floor size: 8’L x 2’8"W.
Weight: 2 lbs. 10 oz.
Color: Gold/Black.
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Eureka Solitare Tent Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Great tent

My two hiking buddies both got married so I bought both of them and myself this tent as a gift. We go every year on a 26 mile hike around 12000ft above sea level, very rough terrain. It worked great! we did completely waterproof the tent and reseam seal just incase because we get rained on alot! Never leaked everything went great! It is big enough for me 5'11" with plenty of room I even have enough room to put my whole pack and boots inside with me at night. Yet it rolls up so small and light weight. I would recommend this to anyone!!
Remmenga at Cabelas on 03/06/2012

Negative Reviews:

Not for the Big at Heart

I bought this tent for a backpacking expedition with the Boy Scouts trying to minimize my weight knowing that I would be having to pack more. I received the recommendation from an in store employee that was about my size saying he loved the tent and used it for all his outings. I was sold and bought it. Thank God I tried it out before taking it on the trip as the lower pole broke after the first night. Not sure if it was all my fault due to tossing and turning or it was an issue with the tent / poles because the tension is a lot greater on the poles than I am accustomed to seeing in other tents, might have been a combination of the two. Long story short, if you are a big guy, I would go with something just as light but with more room, otherwise it will be a very very tight fit. My son climbed in it and he loved it, but he is also 100 lbs soaking wet.
Triple3DDD at Cabelas on 06/17/2013

Maybe for the desert

I received this as a chirstmas gift a year ago. I do alot of trekking hunts in N. Arizona. If you've every been up there you'd know that its nothing but jagged igneous a granite rocks. The poles on this tent are not free standing and need to be staked down to hold em up. I ended up having to tie mine to a tree and wake up every 2 hours to get the tent off my face. Maybe in soft ground this would work good. Its really light and is a dream to pack. Thats really the only reason I'd reccomend it.
AllAmericanOutfitter at Cabelas on 10/06/2012

Neutral Reviews:

broken pole

I read the reviews about poles breaking and thought that will never happen to me these guys just don't know how to slide a pole through without stressing it. Well I set it up in my back yard and two minutes later I sustained my first broken pole. I guess the reviews are right. Other than that I liked the design and features.
1Rockman at Cabelas on 09/08/2012