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    Mt. Springer Family Camping Tent

     List Price: $279.99
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    Manufacturer: GigaTent
    GigaTent Part Number: FT-019
    eCanopy Item Number: GGT-FT019
    UPC: 815886010131


    • Cabin-style design
    • Comfortably sleeps eight to ten people
    • Straight walls and an 80" center height provide an open, spacious interior
    • Removable room divider allows conversion to three rooms
    • Two twin track doors for easy access
    • Oversized windows and roof vents minimize condensation
    • Fuller cut rainfly offers rain protection even while windows are open


    • Minimum Weight: 35 lbs. 8 oz.
    • Pack Weight: 37 lbs. 6 oz.
    • Dimensions: 15' x 10'
    • Interior Height: 80"
    • Eave Height: 75"
    • Floor Area: 150 sq. ft.
    • Pack Size: 34" x 12"
    • Doors: 2
    • Windows: 4
    • Rooms: 2 - one sleeping and one combo
    • Poles: 11
    • Pole Material: Cable-corded steel, fiberglass
    • Floor Material: Polyethylene
    • Wall Material: 190T polyester taffeta 600mm coating
    • Roof Material: 50D no-see-um mesh
    • Netting Material: 50D no-see-um mesh
    • Fly Material: 190T polyester taffeta 1,200mm coating
    Here is a tent with a truly different design. This cabin style design will easily sleep seven to ten people comfortably. The side walls are straight and the center pole is eighty inches tall. The interior is spacious and open. The room divider can be adjusted to create three private sections. The tent has large windows and vents to allow air flow and minimize condensation. This Mount Springer Family Camping Tent is made by Giga Tents.

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    1 Question & 1 Answer
    from CO asked:
    January 5, 2015
    Does this tent come with a separate ring guard and can the seams be waterproofed with silicone?
    1 Answer
    The tent does come with a separate rain fly and the seams can indeed be sealed with a silicone based sealant.
    Submitted by: Dawn H. - eCanopy Product Specialist on January 5, 2015

    Customer Reviews
    Review Summary
    11 Reviews
    45% (5)
    18% (2)
    27% (3)
    9% (1)
    0% (0)
    100% Recommend this product (11 of 11 responses)
    By Theresa S. from Delaware on May 13, 2014
    I would recommend this item to a friend.
    Spacious Tent
    This tent has proven to be a good purchase. Not only is it spacious and well vented, but it also withstood a rainstorm quite well. I have been recommending it ever since.
    By Aaron F. from North Carolina on March 29, 2014
    I would recommend this item to a friend.
    Pleased With Investment
    Overall, I was pleased with this tent. Besides coming with a cracked stake and hard to understand instructions, it was a great investment. This tent can fit 5 blow-up beds or 10 campers without the beds.
    By Laila S. from Louisiana on December 8, 2013
    I would recommend this item to a friend.
    Huge Tent
    This tent is huge. The tent itself is very roomy, and the screened in porch attachments only makes it seem larger. It does get a little cold at night, but a small propane heater fixes that problem. The last time I went camping it was quite windy, and the tent withstood the wind gusts fine. It hasn't been through a rain storm yet, but I have no reason to suspect it won't withstand that just as well. The tent has a divider if you want multiple rooms, but I haven't used it yet, so I don't know how well it works. I really enjoy the massive feeling of the undivided tent.
    By Kennedy B. from mas on October 3, 2013
    I would recommend this item to a friend.
    When setting up the tent, the instructions weren't very helpful, but I still managed to get it up without too much trouble. One of the plastic stakes did crack (I'm going to request a replacement stake). To give you a rough estimate of how big this tent is, I was able to fit 4 queen size air mattresses in the tent, though I didn't have much room left over. Without mattresses, this tent will easily fit 10 adults. You will enjoy this tent if you choose to purchase it.
    By Victor G. from New Hampshire on March 19, 2013
    I would recommend this item to a friend.
    Very Large Tent
    This tent is quite roomy and I'm very satisfied with the quality. It holds out the wind and, though I haven't tried all the features, I'm sure it will be water-proof as well. The set-up is simple enough for me to do alone.
    By Willie C. from Oregon on December 17, 2012
    I would recommend this item to a friend.
    Practice Makes Perfect
    This is a great tent, and we're very happy with it, but let me give you a few tips in case you decide to buy it too. Yes, it's gigantic--we got teased a little bit by some friends about how big it is. But that's OK, we figured they're just jealous. You need to practice setting it up in a controlled environment (like your basement) before you try to set it up on-site. It took us a long time at first both to set it up and to tear it down. But once we got the hang of it, it wasn't as big a deal. You also need to be aware that repacking it takes practice too. Because it's watertight, it also tends to balloon up with air when you collapse and fold it. You should also know that because it's so big, it's pretty heavy. The bag to carry it in allows for less-than-perfect repacking, so that's night. Oh yes, it also did a great job of keeping us dry on a very rainy night. I'd recommend this tent if you need a large tent that's waterproof and good quality.
    By Julia C. from Arkansas on November 21, 2012
    I would recommend this item to a friend.
    Nice Tent, Not Perfect
    This is a nice, roomy tent that's divided into two sections, which makes it nice for privacy reasons. It's also plenty tall to stand up in. I'm glad we got it, but I can't give it a 100 percent approval rating. Why? Well, some of the parts are kind of cheap--like the plastic clips, for example. One of them broke the first time we tried to set the tent up--kind of discouraging. Also, the instruction manual is pretty much useless. The instructions aren't helpful, and neither are the illustrations. If you're a committed camper, though, you know that you have to practice setting the tent up and taking it down once or twice before you actually venture into the wilderness with it. That's a must with this tent--not only because it's big but also because the directions are so unhelpful. Here's a helpful tip from me--color-code the poles and other pieces once you have it put together right. This will save you from saying bad words the next time you try to put it together. I've even found that one person can put it up by himself, but that's a trick that does take some practice. So, anyway, we're happy overall with the tent. But you have to demonstrate commitment to it in the early stages if you want your relationship to work out.
    By Kiersten B. from Kentucky on October 9, 2011
    I would recommend this item to a friend.
    This tent is absolutely wonderful! It's bigger than I expected, pretty comfortable (as far as tents go), and has excellent ventilation. It kept us dry during a storm, and had no leaks that I saw. I've been telling all my friends and family about this tent; I couldn't be more pleased!
    By Walter J. from New Hampshire on January 3, 2011
    I would recommend this item to a friend.
    Poor Instructions
    I set up this tent once to check it out and treat it with camp dry. We haven't taken it on a camping trip yet. It seems really roomy! I got it put together, but without any help from the instructions. The one picture and several written steps weren't very descriptive. I had to figure it out on my own.
    By Conner D. from Connecticut on January 21, 2009
    I would recommend this item to a friend.
    It Leaks!
    While by no means impossible to set up, it was not easy to set up this tent. I'm sure with some practice I could set up this tent very quickly. Unfortunately, I have no desire to set up this tent again. The space is amazing, the screen porch is a nice addition, and the tent is well ventilated. I was pleased with my purchase, at first. But the last night of our camping trip, it began to rain. Nothing severe, just a steady rain for much of the night. When I woke up, I found the floor of the tent, and our air mattresses, soaked. This tent leaks from every conceivable seam. Everything, everywhere, was wet. If you camp in a consistently dry location, this is not a bad tent. However, I do not, so I will be returning to my old, proven tent.
    By Trent M. from Ohio on January 14, 2009
    I would recommend this item to a friend.
    Complex Instructions, But a Great Tent
    Don't get discouraged when you see the instructions that are included with this tent. They are very hard to follow, but if you can figure out the puzzle, the result is a great tent that is big, watertight, and completely satisfactory. If you're experienced in setting up tents like this, maybe you won't have any trouble matching the poles with the right holes, but I sure did. Once you do get everything in place, it's a good idea to use colored tape or some other method to label the parts with your own system. This will help you remember where everything goes the next time you use the tent. It seems that some of the components are lower quality than I would hope to find on an outdoor product like this one. Take care when putting everything together; it doesn't take much pressure to break the clips and other small parts.
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