Eureka Taron Three-Person Tent

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Eureka Taron Three-Person Tent -
Weighing in at only 6 lbs. 4 oz., the Taron is a superior shelter for extended trips in the backcountry. Devised with Eureka's V3 Enhanced Tent System – venting, volume and versatility – it is designed for the avid outdoorsman. The vectored fly-to-tent body pullouts increase the tent's volume, improving ventilation and aiding in the structure's stability, while ventilation is further enhanced by a hooded fly vent and 40-denier polyester No-See-Um mesh panels in the body. Six roomy pockets, two on each wall panel and one on each side and a 19” x 26” gear loft provide plenty of inside storage space. Full V-front vestibule with a vertical strut pole and rear stash area creates plenty of storage outside. The 7000 series, 8.5mm aluminum two-pole dome frame, fly pole and vestibule pole support the lightweight and breathable 75-denier polyester taffeta walls. The 70-denier nylon taffeta floor has a 3000mm waterproof-rated coating to seal out ground moisture. The 68-denier polyester ripstop fly has a 1,800mm waterproof-rated coating to further protect you from the elements. Imported.
Floor size:7'4"L x 5'6"W.
Center height:3 10".
Tent area:40.3 sq. ft.
Vestibule area:13.9/11.3sq. ft.
Carry weight:6 lbs. 4 oz.
Pack size:18"L x 6.5" dia.
Sleeping capacity:3.
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Eureka Taron Three-Person Tent Review:


Roomy, lightweight tent

I bought this tent about a month ago and have taken it on one backpacking trip so far. I wanted a tent to fit myself (6'6"), my wife and our two dogs (35 and 90lbs). I've had good luck with Eureka tents in the past, my last tent was a Eureka Apollo 2 which lasted me a good 6 years. As is usual, this is really more of a two-person tent than a three-person, but it is quite well designed. The two doors, each with their own vestibule, provide excellent space and entry/exit. The two-wall dome construction really is superior to single-wall tents I've had in the past, and it's still quite lightweight for its size. Very easy to set up. Also, the stakes provided (made from L-shaped aluminum bars) seem much sturdier than the usual stakes. About my only complaint is that the tent does not come with a ground tarp (my last Eureka did), which is especially noticeable given its non-regular footprint. If it lasts, it will be a great tent.
NorthWestBigFeet at Cabelas on 10/22/2013