Eureka Timberline SQ Outfitter 4 Tent

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Eureka Timberline SQ Outfitter 4 Tent Features.

Eureka Timberline SQ Outfitter 4 Tent.
The Eureka Timberline SQ Outfitter 4 Tent is a classic tent updated with the latest in frame technology. It's Sequoia SQ A-frame and durable construction provides added strength and stability for varying weather conditions. The SQ frame's spreader pole increases the tent's internal volume by 24% so there is more useable space for cots and gear. It features a large vertical D-shaped door with 2 zippered windows for added ventilation. The Timberline SQ Outfitter fly creates wings that shelter the door and rear window. The Eureka Timberline SQ Outfitter 4 Tent is designed for hunters, scouts and guide services.

Key Features.


  • RipStop materials used in fly and body construction for ultimate reliability
  • Polyester RipStop fly won't stretch when wet
  • Heavy duty 4 oz Oxford Nylon bathtub style floor wraps up the sides to keep you dry


  • Unique and proprietary Sequoia shockcorded aluminum frame is unmatched for stability and strength.


  • 2 Large end windows and 2 large roof vents for improved ventilation
  • Hi/Lo venting lets warm air flow out from the top while letting cool air in from the bottom

Weather and Wind:

  • External guy points to keep the tent stable in storms and high winds
  • All main fly and floor seams are factory sealed with seam tape


  • Import.


  • 2 interior storage pockets help with organization


  • All carry sacks included
  • Special pole anodizing process used is GREENER (less polluting) than other aluminum poles
  • Sleeps 4
  • Freestanding design is stable and easy to set up
  • Extra-long fly
  • Front vestibule wings protect the door from weather
  • Large vertical D-style door
  • Sleeps four people
  • Fire retardant
  • Full coverage fly protects the tent and occupants from inclement weather
  • 1 door
  • 13 mm. ridge pole
  • Lite-Set footprint optional - allows you to set up the fly with just the poles - leave the body home - lightweight option
  • Season 3 rating
  • Post and grommet pole to body connection is fast and simple

The Eureka Timberline SQ Outfitter 4 Technology Explained: Increased strength, weatherproofness, and internal space are the characteristics of our new Timberline® SQ Outfitter 4. The use of our proprietary SQ frame, incorporating an oversized 13mm ridge pole, provides a strong and resilient frame for extended use. The SQ frame’s spreader pole increases the tent’s internal volume by 24% so there is more useable space for cots and gear. We have improved weatherproofness by lengthening the fly and extending the ends of the fly to create vestibule “wings” for added wet weather protection to the door and windows. An oft overlooked, but greatly appreciated feature of the SQ frame is the raised entry height of the fly eve, making it easier to enter and exit the tent.


The Timberline SQ Outfitter 4 tent from Eureka sleeps 4 and is a classic tent updated with the latest in frame technology. The Timberline series has been famous for years as the Scout's tent of choice, Why? Because of ease of set up, durability and reliability. Well Eureka just made it better with a stronger and easier to set up aluminum frame set. The frame is so tough that Eureka began to compare it to the strength and durability of the giant Sequoia tree and the name stuck (SQ). A stronger, thicker ridge pole and the SQ frame's spreader pole not only increase overall frame strength but adds more usable square footage to the interior of the tent. Improved ventilation with the addition of 2 generous roof vents mean long humid tent nights will be much more comfortable than in the past. In addition Eureka has lengthened the side of the fly for even more coverage and added vestibule wings to the front of the tent to protect the door from weather. Some of the good old parts remain like the use of RipStop materials for strength and worry free use. This is a classic tent and it just got better.

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Bathtub Floor:Bathtub floor wraps up sides of tent, protecting against splashing and standing water.
Best Use:Backpacking
Body Material:68D 190T polyester ripstop
Centre Height:4 ft. 9 in.
Doors:1 with #10 zipper and Hi/Low venting
Floor:4 oz. 21D nylon oxford, 1500 mm.
Floor Material:210D nylon oxford, 1500 mm coated
Floor Size:7 ft. 1 in. x 8 ft. 7 in.
Floor Space:60.8 sq ft / 5.6 sq m
Fly:68D polyester ripstop, 1,500 mm.
Frame:DAC 12/13 mm. DA17, 8 mm. Pressfit
Head Height:57 in / 145 cm
Interior Pockets:Interior pockets keep essentials close at hand.
Max Inside Length:85 in / 215 cm
Max Inside Width:102 in / 260 cm
Mesh:40D polyester no-see-um
Mid-Span Pole:Spreader The mid-span ridge pole spreader bar accentuates the curves in the tent body, adding internal volume to the A-frame.
Minimum Weight:9 lbs. 14 oz.
Pack Size:7 in. x 25 in.
Packed Size:7 x 25 in / 18 x 63.5 cm
Poles:12 mm & 13 mm DAC DA-17 SQ aluminum
Rainfly Material:68D 190T Polyester Ripstop, 1500mm coated
SQ Hub:The proprietary SQ hub offers strength and optimum angles to create internal volume for excellent livability.
Seam Taped:Yes
Seasons:3 Season
Sleep Capacity:4 Person
Upc, Ean, Isbn:83826278143
Vents:2 mesh panels at ceiling
Vertical Doors:One large vertical D-style doors with Hi/Low venting offer ease of access and enhance ventilation.
Vestibule Tent:vestibule provides extra room to store gear.
Wall:68D polyester ripstop
Weight:9 lbs 14 oz / 4.5 kg
Windows:2 with #8 zippers
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Eureka Timberline SQ Outfitter 4 Tent Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Refined design, Quality construction

There are several complaints about the difficulity of getting the spreader rod into the little pockets made for it. It is a darn snug fit but you need it that way. To help: get yourself a simple stamped out soup spoon (I got mine at the thrift shop) on the underside of the handle there should be a grove or trough, place the aluminum rod in the grove and the very end of the handle in the small pocket. Use it like a shoe horn and lever the rod into the pocket. After a few times being set up the fit will relax a bit.
I don't understand the folks who complain about poor construction. My tent is outstanding and nothing but quality.
Wait; in the intrest of honesty I must observe that the tent pegs are a joke, they have no place being included along with such a great tent.
About the number of persons that will fit in the tent: Two adults or at the max three.
I love my timberline and expect to be storing up happy memories with it for many years to come.
Oldie Moldy at Campmor on 09/09/2012

Easy Setup

Recived this tent today. I am 6 feet tall and put this tent up in about 25minutes myself. It feels very sturdy and the poles themselves appear and feel to be of exallent quality. Their are 3 bags for poles, steaks and tent materical with everything rolled inside. I am happy that all the bags are oversized so stuffing everything back in is a breeze. The only thing that may be a slight problem is the tub of the tent seems thin. I hope it is strong enough to stand up to normal camping conditions.
Soggybrain at Campmor on 06/06/2013

Limited use but seems to be ok.

We used the regular four man Timberline for many many years and it held up well under some very adverse conditions. So when it came time to purchase another tent we went with what had worked but took this more robust "upgrade". Can't say much about its build just yet because we've only used it one time. But it seems to be just as well made as its little cousin. We like it so far. It does seem to give you more room than the regular four man Timberline.
pwkirk at Campmor on 12/12/2010

Great Tent- but expander bar is a prob

Everything about the tent is great, except for the fly design. The expansion bar that opens up the middle of the tent almost seems like it is too long. I can't even get both the pockets on the fly to fit over it for fear of tearing the fly. I need to call the manuf. and ask them to help solve this.
GMC at Campmor on 05/05/2012

Timberline SQ Outfitter

Love the tent but hate the spreader bar on the fly. This feature just about doubles the time it takes to set up the tent. Spreader bar requires a long reach across the top of the set-up tent to install and it is difficult to get it into the pockets that are made for it. I expect a better design from Eureka!
Air brace at Campmor on 10/10/2010


Can't tell if it's waterproof yet. It was only 3% humidity when I used it for the first time! Withstood the desert wind,though. Seems like a lighter weight nylon than the Timberlines (3)I've had before. So it was pretty rumpled coming out of the box/bag. I've read comments on how it's difficult to install the cross piece. I didn't think so.
Rob at Campmor on 04/04/2012

Scout Tough

This is the fourth one of these the Boy Scout troop has purchased. It is not a backpacking tent but is very comfortable for three scouts and gear. We have purchased the foot print in order to extend the life of the floor. Scouts are hard on gear but these are holding up.
Bob White at Campmor on 11/11/2013

Quality tent under rigerous conditions

I am an outfitter in Yellowstone National Park, and I think the new additions to the design of the timberline tent make it even better than before for space, rain resistance, and wind resistance. I will eventually replace all of my older timberlines with the Sequoia
Smountainguide at Campmor on 10/10/2010

Best tent yet!

Roomy tent (I am 6-4) that was a breeze to set up alone. Rained at night but not a drop inside. Great tent used by many Boy Scout troops.
Dad of Future Eagle at Campmor on 11/11/2013

I would buy again -- and did

Too heavy for serious backpacking, but we had porters to carry gear up the mountain. I bought this tent to replace the same model that I left in Vietnam.
Thor at Campmor on 07/07/2013

Negative Reviews:

too much plastic..

as a owner for many years of a timberline outfitter i decided it was time to replace the gear with the same tent.i should have been suspicious with the s.q.designation..this new design was clearly made by people that do not camp in the real world..its like they were determined to make a dome out of a a frame design with the spreader bar.just a place for snow to collect on top of the fly.extra seams on top to eventually plastic buckles to attach the fly..we know what will happen to them..very disapointed in eureka..
cyn rat at Campmor on 03/03/2012

Eureka going backwards on outfitter

As a person who owns 30 Timberline Outfitters, most purchased from Campmor, I know about these tents. I was very upset when I realized how poorly the new design for an OUtfitter 4 was. Old Outfitters used bungee type rope to hold the rainfly to stakes. String is used now. The plastic clips that hold the rainfly to the tent won't last two summmer. The aluminum bar that spreads the tent and rainfly is easily lost and bent.
hokeinnature at Campmor on 03/03/2011

Too flimsy... Sent it back immediately.

Not enough stakes to keep the tent floor flat on the ground. We sent it back at once... At MY expense.
My advice is that if you're purchasing something that might cost a lot to ship, then make sure of what you're buying because it's gonna cost you a lot to send it back.
Mark Wild at Campmor on 09/09/2013

Buy the old style Timberline 4 Outfitter

Have been using the Timberline 4 outfitter for 15 years. Very disappointed inthe new SQ design. It is not a 4 seaon outfitter tent. There are no spare parts and it is more difficult to set up. It is roomier and good for warm weather camping. Not good for scout tropps or outfitters.
Scoutmaster G at Campmor on 05/05/2013

Neutral Reviews:

Getting there

All in all, a good product. Vastly superior to the older version of the tent. Still, after spending 4 - 8 weeks in the elements and under the sun its waterproofing started to wear, and the zippers on about 15% of the tents broke in some way.
Vermont Youth Conservation Corps at Campmor on 11/11/2010