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Eureka
$36.95 at eCanopy

Eureka Camping Scenic Pass/Apex 2/2XT - FootprintEureka Camping Scenic Pass/Apex 2/2XT - FootprintFitted footprints for your tent ...is a tent saver. Not just a standard floorsaver, these fitted footprints are specially shaped to fit tents with nonstandard footprints. They are constructed well, lightweight and durable. They are built to protect that specific tent floor shape so it will provide the best protection. When you buy that special Eureka tent, treat it that way with its own fitted footprint from EurekasFitted footprint for the Pinnacle Pass or Apex 2 Backcountry tents Read More

Eureka
$360.97 at eCanopy

Eureka Grand Manan Tour 6 - person Family Tent. Room with a view! With straight lower walls to maximize interior space and windows... galore, the Grand Manan is BIG on elbow room and sight-seeing space. Plenty comfortable, room for up to 6 campers to catch some ZZZs, all in a 2-pole Dome Tent that's up in a FLASH. Easy up, easy down. Water-tight. all-weather dependable. With more livable space than any tent in its class.Read on for more:16'6 x 8 x 6 floor offers 94 sq. ft., enough room to sleep 5-6 comfortably Center height: 6'6 for tent, 5'9 for screen room Walls are sturdy 68-denier, 190T polyester taffeta Fly is 75-denier, 190T polyester taffeta, 1,200 mm coated. Floor is 75-denier, 190T polyester taffeta with extra-thick 1,500 mm coating Free-standing fiberglass frame with clips, pole sleeves, and post and grommet assembly make set-up a breeze 49 sq. ft. vestibule delivers space galore for extra gear Power port and sewn-in exterior sleeves allow you to wire the tent with an extension cord to power accessories Full-coverage fly rolls up, providing 4-way ventilation Bathtub floor wraps up sides of the tent, protecting against splashing and standing water 40-denier no-see-um mesh windows 4 interior storage pockets / 1 flashlight loop keep essentials close at hand Packs down to 11 x 27. Minimum weight is 27 lbs., 11 ozs. Read More

Eureka
$180.66 at eCanopy

Manufacturer Part Number: 2627800Features:- Free-standing, A-frame design makes set up a snap - Shock-corded eaves increase stabil...ity and wind resistance - 75D StormShield polyester cloth fly for improved durability and resistance to UV, acid rain and tearing - Major seams factory taped and sealed - Twin-track, side opening door - Durable, lightweight, 1/2 aluminum 5-pole frame - Hooded fly front and rear allows windows to remain partially open during rain for ventilation Specifications:- Sleeps: 4 - Floor Size: 7'2 x 8'7 - Pack Size: 7 x 24 - Min Weight: 7 lbs. 13 oz. - Seasons: 3 - Tent Area: 63 sq. ft. - Center Height: 4' 10- Sleeps: 4 Read More

Eureka
$369.90 at Backcountry.com

Most four-season tents can get you through a winter storm, but many of them come with vertebrae-crushing poundage, and almost all ...of them come with a budget-busting price tag ... except the Eureka! Alpenlite 2-Person, 4-Season Tent. This versatile expedition shelter has the features, technology, and bomber construction to stand toe-to-toe with the big guns, but its relatively low weight and even more impressive price point make it a no-brainer for budget-minded go-getters. Two roof vents, four wall vents, and a vestibule vent means that it's versatile enough to consider using year round. Read More

Eureka
$109.99 at Backcountry.com

If you've ever spend the night on an air mattress laid out on the cold ground, you know what happens--as the air in the mattress c...ools, you're left rolling around on a squishy mess that requires re-inflation. Make it easy on yourself next time, and throw the Eureka Camping Cot in the truck before you head to your favorite campsite for the weekend. Setup couldn't be easier--just pull this durable cot out of its carry bag and pop it open in seconds. An attached zip pocket holds your headlamp after you've turned in for a good night's sleep off the ground. Read More

Eureka
$79.99 at Backcountry.com

At first glance the Eureka Curvy Chair may seem like an ordinary folding chair, but the detachable side table, extra padding, mesh... panels, and sturdy steel frame makes much less ordinary. While your friends teeter on the verge of collapse in their flimsy aluminum chairs, you can sit back with confidence. The detachable side table features a cup holder, recessed plate area, and utensil holders to make meal time even easier to manage than when you're at home on the couch. Plus, a mix of mesh panels and seat padding combines breathability and cushioning for total comfort when you're kicking back by the campfire. Read More

Eureka
$79.99 at Backcountry.com

At first glance the Eureka Curvy Chair may seem like an ordinary folding chair, but the detachable side table, extra padding, mesh... panels, and sturdy steel frame makes much less ordinary. While your friends teeter on the verge of collapse in their flimsy aluminum chairs, you can sit back with confidence. The detachable side table features a cup holder, recessed plate area, and utensil holders to make meal time even easier to manage than when you're at home on the couch. Plus, a mix of mesh panels and seat padding combines breathability and cushioning for total comfort when you're kicking back by the campfire. Read More

Eureka
$399.00 at Backcountry.com

You're not sure whose idea it was to invite your in-laws along on the family camping trip, but thankfully the Eureka Copper Canyon... 8 Tent has a drop-down divider to help preserve everyone's sanity. This commodious tent comfortably sleeps the extended family, and offers enough room to settle in on a tent-bound rainy day. Read More

Eureka
$219.90 at Backcountry.com

If you need weathertight durability and utility-enhancing features for extended trips in the backcountry, then Eureka designed the... Taron 3-Person, 3-Season Tent for you. The Taron's three strengths are venting, volume, and versatility, the V3 Enhanced Tent System. Proper venting is achieved by two hooded vents placed on the fly which source air through bug-proof, polyester mesh. For volume, the Taron 3 sports over forty square feet of floor space, enough for three people to sleep comfortably and store their gear in the front V3 vestibule or full rear vestibule. If you want a little more organization, then look to the six wall panel pockets or the gear loft with over two square feet of storage area. The simple two-door, two-pole aluminum dome structure makes the Taron 3 remarkably adaptable and versatile for long treks along the Rockies or just a lazy spring night off the grid. Read More

Eureka
$469.90 at Backcountry.com

Unlike the last time, the hijinks will be kept to a minimum on this year's Cub Scouts camping trip because you brought along the E...ureka Copper Canyon 12 Tent, which handles twelve campers with ease. There will be no mysterious whispers, screams, and thumping outside your tent (at least not until after you fall asleep) when the whole pack is sleeping under one roof; and should they get too annoying or smelly you can always push them over to one side of the tent and drop the dividing wall for some sanity-preserving privacy. Read More

Eureka
$299.90 at Backcountry.com

There's enough room for your family and your best friend's family in the Eureka 6-person 3-Season Sunrise 6 Tent. The Sunrise's ca...vernous 121 sq feet of interior space makes it an ideal shelter for that cross-country road trip or as a get-away in the backyard for your kids.This tent includes top and bottom door air vents, two mesh roof vents, and four large zippered windows to keep the air flowing and everybody comfortable. The heavy-duty materials on the floor and walls will make sure this tent can take a beating by the weather. Eureka gave the Sunrise 6 a two-pole design for easy set-up. The fiberglass frame, clips, rings, and pines are super durable, so you can take it on trips season after season. Keep the whole crew's stuff organized with the hanging gear loft organizer, two built in water bottle holders, corner organizer, and wall organizer with mirror. The seven-foot center height is tall enough even for the tallest dad. Read More

Eureka
$239.90 at Backcountry.com

Over the years, Eureka has sold over a gazillion Timberline SQ 2 2XT 2-Person 3-Season Tents. The reason that it has remained a fa...vorite among outdoor enthusiasts is its durable construction, lightweight design, classic looks, and overall ease of setup. Read More

Eureka
$189.90 at Backcountry.com

After a trek into the backcountry, pick your campsite and set up your Eureka Amari 3-Season Tent. This tent provides ample space f...or three people or lots of space for two people and a pooch, and you and your buddies will appreciate the V3 Enhanced Tent System that boosts ventilation, volume, and versatility for more in-tent comfort. Read More

Eureka
$129.99 at Backcountry.com

Have you ever showed up at a campsite to find there isn't a picnic table? Has a BBQ or backyard birthday party been plagued with l...imited space to hold potluck offerings or gifts? If you own the Eureka Catskill Table then you won't be left without a place to prep, eat, or even prep your rack for the midday climb. Read More

Eureka
$69.99 at Backcountry.com

Eureka designers have been making comfortable, durable camp furniture for over 100 years, so they definitely know what they are do...ing by now. The Eureka Director's chair with Side Table is a good example of this experience at work. The powder coated steel frame can take a ton of abuse. The airy 3D mesh spacer in the lumbar panel, padded arm rests, and foam padding in the seat bottom all make this chair so comfortable that you won't want to leave camp. Read More

Eureka
$139.90 at Backcountry.com

Eureka has added a new member to the family of lightweight, highly affordable backpacking shelters: the Midori Solo Tent. The Mido...ri Solo has inherited all the same sensibility that has already made the Midori 2 and 3 so popular with trekkers. This younger sibling offers a quick set-up; after a long day, it takes no more than ten minutes between grabbing the poles and curling up inside your two-pole dome shelter. With or without the rain fly, the Midori Solo breathes very well due to the mesh construction of the canopy, strategically placed hooded fly vents, and open bottom flaps. Weighing in at only three pounds nine ounces, it doesn't weigh down your daytime experience unnecessarily. Inside, the Midori Solo provides ample amount of room for a single person with an average amount of gear: when secured into place the rain fly creates a weatherproof vestibule, gear pockets, and a gear loft for additional on-hand storage or organization. Read More

Eureka
$179.90 at Backcountry.com

Eureka has designed the Taron 2-Person 3-Season Tent for a couple requiring a home awayfar awayfrom home. Although not quite as he...avy duty as your standard roof, the durability of high millimeter coatings, nylon floors, and reinforced sewing techniques enhances utility while in the backcountry so you can focus less on weather conditions more on seizing the day. Based on the V3 Enhanced Tent System, the Taron's personal motto reads venting, volume, and versatility. 8. 5 millimeter aluminum composes the two pole, one fly pole system for a simple setup after your long day of trekking. The polyester ripstop fly features one hooded vent for those hot and heavy summer nights. Though primarily intended for weathertight performance, the Taron also balances camping convenience: four pockets and a gear loft line the side panels and ceiling, respectively. Don't leave your gear out in the rain; stack it in the front vestibule or the rear stash area and keep it dry and protected all night. Read More

Eureka
$259.90 at Backcountry.com

When the whole family is in one tiny room, things can get hot, literally. The Eureka 5-Person 3-Season Sunrise 5 Tent is built to ...be a comfortable sleeping environment that will withstand the test of time. This three-season, five-person tent includes top and bottom door air vents, two mesh roof vents, and four large zippered windows to keep the air flowing and everybody comfortable. The heavy-duty materials on the floor and walls will make sure this tent can take a beating by the weather. Eureka gave the Sunrise 5 a two-pole design for easy set-up; the kids can put this thing together while dad cracks open a brewski. The fiberglass frame, clips, rings, and pines are super durable, so you can take trips season after season. Keep the whole crew's stuff organized with the hanging gear loft organizer, two built in water bottle holders, corner organizer, and wall organizer with mirror. The six-foot center height and 81sq ft of floor space provides ample room for everyone and their stuff. Check out the scenery through the windows even when it's drizzling, because the Sunrise 5 is hooded on all sides. The great outdoors awaits. Read More

Eureka
$139.90 at Backcountry.com

Hello, Lone Wolf, you rebellious, solitary peace-seeker. Meet the Eureka 1-Person 3-Season Amari Pass Solo Tent, with wet-weather ...protection, tons of mesh for fresh air and star-gazing, and ample space for you to spread your wings and sleep like a baby. Pitch it quickly and easily with two lightweight, strong poles and clip attachments, so you can optimize your time basking in your serene existence. And when you pack it in, feel the liberating efficiency of no-fuss solo travel. Read More

Eureka
$279.99 at Backcountry.com

Whether you have a large family of small people, a small family of large people, or just like a little extra room to move about, t...he Eureka's Tetragon 8 is your ticket to a comfortable camping experience. This roomy 8-person, 3-season tent offers a full 120 square feet of living space that can be divided into two separate quarters for privacy and/or sanity preservation. Read More

Eureka
$299.90 at Backcountry.com

Enjoy a good night's sleep in pine-scented air when you and three backpacking buddies spend a night out in the sturdy and spacious... Eureka Timberline SQ 4XT Tent. Generous floor space lets you and your friends sleep comfortably three seasons out of the year, while this tent's tall A-frame design and two points of entry let you come and go without waking the others. Read More

Eureka
$269.60 at Backcountry.com

If sleeping outdoors every weekend is a way of life instead of an occasional adventure, you need a tent that's going to stand up t...o the elements and to constant use. The Eureka Mountain Pass 2XTE Tent is a 2-person, 3-season shelter that features a tough aluminum frame and a waterproof fly to withstand years of rugged use. Read More

Eureka
$199.90 at Backcountry.com

Give your family the luxury camping trip they want with the Sunrise 4 Tent from Eureka, featuring all the comforts of home, brough...t to the great outdoors. This tent features durable polyester taffeta on the walls and fly that has been treated with a polyurethane coating for waterproofing and protection from the elements. Durable fiberglass poles are set up easily with the attached grommet system that helps make set-up a breeze. Cross-venting through the tent keeps things nice and cool. Two storage pockets on either side hold plenty of room for all you need, including electronics in the built-in media center. Optional reflective panels on the ceiling help to reflect lantern light down into the tent, increasing the brightness of the interior. An included gear hammock lets you keep things off the floor that you want to remain safe. Read More

Eureka
$299.90 at Backcountry.com

Based upon the Marine's combat tent, Eureka's Down Range 2 Tent has seen its fair share of experience. For weekend getaways, the D...own Range 2 provides ample space, stability, and Marine-tested strength. The three-aluminum-pole dome structure remains simple to set up in minutes yet spacious enough for two people with gear. The front zip vestibule increases structural durability, permits more vestibule configurations, and includes an awning with side ventilation to create an at-home, porch-like environment. Its snivel lock allows the fly to be locked at the near the ground with wind-proof, side-release buckles so that you won't return from a windy day to find your tent's doors completely blown open. On the sides of the rain fly, you can pull the stakes out further to create small protected areas for shoes or extra supplies, or just for floor ventilation during muggy summer nights. Additional hooded vents lie atop the fly so that, rather than flow in one direction, the air can flow in multiple channels throughout the tent's interior, maximizing breathability and comfort. If you're pushing the season's limits, you can always close the mesh vents with breathable fabric panels to control ventilation or eliminate it entirely. Multiple interior pockets offer you handy and organized access to your day and night essentials. Read More

Eureka
$299.90 at Backcountry.com

There's enough room for your family and your best friend's family in the Eureka 6-person 3-Season Sunrise 6 Tent. The Sunrise's ca...vernous 121 sq feet of interior space makes it an ideal shelter for that cross-country road trip or as a get-away in the backyard for your kids.This tent includes top and bottom door air vents, two mesh roof vents, and four large zippered windows to keep the air flowing and everybody comfortable. The heavy-duty materials on the floor and walls will make sure this tent can take a beating by the weather. Eureka gave the Sunrise 6 a two-pole design for easy set-up. The fiberglass frame, clips, rings, and pines are super durable, so you can take it on trips season after season. Keep the whole crew's stuff organized with the hanging gear loft organizer, two built in water bottle holders, corner organizer, and wall organizer with mirror. The seven-foot center height is tall enough even for the tallest dad. Read More

Eureka
$299.90 at Backcountry.com

Classic A-frame tent with a front vestibule for storage.

Eureka
$199.90 at Backcountry.com

Tucked neatly in your backpack, the Eureka Midori 3 Tent has more than enough room to accommodate three people or two people and y...our pooch. Designed to withstand both favorable and unfavorable weather during the three seasons, the Midori features a V3 Tent System that boosts its ventilation, volume, and versatility for a more comfortable experience in the backcountry. Read More

Eureka
$469.90 at Backcountry.com

Unlike the last time, the hijinks will be kept to a minimum on this year's Cub Scouts camping trip because you brought along the E...ureka Copper Canyon 12 Tent, which handles twelve campers with ease. There will be no mysterious whispers, screams, and thumping outside your tent (at least not until after you fall asleep) when the whole pack is sleeping under one roof; and should they get too annoying or smelly you can always push them over to one side of the tent and drop the dividing wall for some sanity-preserving privacy. Read More

Eureka
$189.90 at Backcountry.com

After a trek into the backcountry, pick your campsite and set up your Eureka Amari 3-Season Tent. This tent provides ample space f...or three people or lots of space for two people and a pooch, and you and your buddies will appreciate the V3 Enhanced Tent System that boosts ventilation, volume, and versatility for more in-tent comfort. Read More

Eureka
$259.90 at Backcountry.com

Stand up and relax in this rugged, 6-person, cabin-style tent. Ideal for cots, the straight walls maximize interior space to give ...even the most remote adventure a roomy, comfortable home base. This 6-person tent boast a six-pole design. A combination steel/fiberglass frame with clips, pole sleeves, and ring-and-pin assembly deliver fast, easy setup. Two large D-style doors provide easy entry and exit. No-See-Um full mesh roof provides maximum ventilation and air circulation. A roomy gear loft provides ample room for storage. Walls, fly and floor are constructed of 75-denier polyester taffeta with a durable 1,200mm waterproof coating for wet-weather comfort. Imported. Color: Copper. Type: Cabin Tents. Read More

Eureka
$159.90 at Backcountry.com

Light, compact, durable, and a cinch to set up, the weather-resisting Eureka 2-Person 3-Season Midori 2 Tent makes the perfect low...-maintenance backpacking companion. Pitch this two-pole free-standing tent in a flash when the sun is dipping below the horizon, the clouds blow in. With ample space for two people and a vestibule for gear, plus tons of scenery-revealing mesh, this strong, no-fuss home-away-from-home will keep you comfy, dry, and cozy when feeding your wanderlust. Read More

Eureka
$239.90 at Backcountry.com

Classic A-frame tent with a front vestibule for storage.

Eureka
$199.90 at Backcountry.com

Give your family the luxury camping trip they want with the Sunrise 4 Tent from Eureka, featuring all the comforts of home, brough...t to the great outdoors. This tent features durable polyester taffeta on the walls and fly that has been treated with a polyurethane coating for waterproofing and protection from the elements. Durable fiberglass poles are set up easily with the attached grommet system that helps make set-up a breeze. Cross-venting through the tent keeps things nice and cool. Two storage pockets on either side hold plenty of room for all you need, including electronics in the built-in media center. Optional reflective panels on the ceiling help to reflect lantern light down into the tent, increasing the brightness of the interior. An included gear hammock lets you keep things off the floor that you want to remain safe. Read More

Eureka
$269.90 at Backcountry.com

Design simplicity meets expedition standards.

Eureka
$279.99 at Backcountry.com

Whether you have a large family of small people, a small family of large people, or just like a little extra room to move about, t...he Eureka's Tetragon 8 is your ticket to a comfortable camping experience. This roomy 8-person, 3-season tent offers a full 120 square feet of living space that can be divided into two separate quarters for privacy and/or sanity preservation. Read More

Eureka
$219.90 at Backcountry.com

Weighing in at only 6 lbs. 4 oz., the Taron is a superior shelter for extended trips in the backcountry. Devised with Eurekas V3 E...nhanced Tent System venting, volume and versatility it is designed for the avid outdoorsman. The vectored fly-to-tent body pullouts increase the tents volume, improving ventilation and aiding in the structures 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: 74L x 56W.Center height: 3 10.Tent area: 40.3 sq. ft.Vestibule area: 13.9/11.3 sq. ft.Carry weight: 6 lbs. 4 oz.Pack size: 18L x 6.5 dia.Sleeping capacity: 3. Read More

Eureka
$139.90 at Backcountry.com

Eureka has added a new member to the family of lightweight, highly affordable backpacking shelters: the Midori Solo Tent. The Mido...ri Solo has inherited all the same sensibility that has already made the Midori 2 and 3 so popular with trekkers. This younger sibling offers a quick set-up; after a long day, it takes no more than ten minutes between grabbing the poles and curling up inside your two-pole dome shelter. With or without the rain fly, the Midori Solo breathes very well due to the mesh construction of the canopy, strategically placed hooded fly vents, and open bottom flaps. Weighing in at only three pounds nine ounces, it doesn't weigh down your daytime experience unnecessarily. Inside, the Midori Solo provides ample amount of room for a single person with an average amount of gear: when secured into place the rain fly creates a weatherproof vestibule, gear pockets, and a gear loft for additional on-hand storage or organization. Read More

Eureka
$259.90 at Backcountry.com

When the whole family is in one tiny room, things can get hot, literally. The Eureka 5-Person 3-Season Sunrise 5 Tent is built to ...be a comfortable sleeping environment that will withstand the test of time. This three-season, five-person tent includes top and bottom door air vents, two mesh roof vents, and four large zippered windows to keep the air flowing and everybody comfortable. The heavy-duty materials on the floor and walls will make sure this tent can take a beating by the weather. Eureka gave the Sunrise 5 a two-pole design for easy set-up; the kids can put this thing together while dad cracks open a brewski. The fiberglass frame, clips, rings, and pines are super durable, so you can take trips season after season. Keep the whole crew's stuff organized with the hanging gear loft organizer, two built in water bottle holders, corner organizer, and wall organizer with mirror. The six-foot center height and 81sq ft of floor space provides ample room for everyone and their stuff. Check out the scenery through the windows even when it's drizzling, because the Sunrise 5 is hooded on all sides. The great outdoors awaits. Read More

Eureka
$359.90 at Backcountry.com

Camping just got glamorous with the Eureka Jade Canyon 6 Tent. This spacious, cabin-styled dwelling has the capacity to sleep six ...comfortably, and has the weather stopping prowess to protect you from spring, summer, and fall weather. Where the Jade Canyon really stands apart is with its ability to keep your whole family entertained with its media center, power port, and light system. A clear paneled pocket at the top of the tent allows you to put your tablet in there then watch your family's favorite movie while spending some quality time in the great outdoors. A power port at the side of the tent allows an extension cord to run into the tent, so you don't run out of juice right at the climax of the movie. The tent has 100sq ft of room so you won't feel cramped, and a full mesh roof keeps air circulating through, so things don't start to get too musky in there. Read More

Eureka
$299.00 at Backcountry.com

Disconnect from the stresses of modern life with the Eureka Jade Canyon 4 Tent, unless the big game is on. of course. With its cor...d port and media center, the Jade Canyon lets you bring an extension cord inside to plug your tablet or device in and stream the big game or throw a movie in for the kids. With 64sq ft of floor space, the Jade Canyon sleeps up to four people comfortably and provides weather protection that will handle spring, summer, and fall. A full mesh roof keeps the tent properly ventilated, and a durable PU treated rain fly makes rainy nights a nice, relaxing experience. Read More

Eureka
$299.90 at Backcountry.com

Based upon the Marine's combat tent, Eureka's Down Range 2 Tent has seen its fair share of experience. For weekend getaways, the D...own Range 2 provides ample space, stability, and Marine-tested strength. The three-aluminum-pole dome structure remains simple to set up in minutes yet spacious enough for two people with gear. The front zip vestibule increases structural durability, permits more vestibule configurations, and includes an awning with side ventilation to create an at-home, porch-like environment. Its snivel lock allows the fly to be locked at the near the ground with wind-proof, side-release buckles so that you won't return from a windy day to find your tent's doors completely blown open. On the sides of the rain fly, you can pull the stakes out further to create small protected areas for shoes or extra supplies, or just for floor ventilation during muggy summer nights. Additional hooded vents lie atop the fly so that, rather than flow in one direction, the air can flow in multiple channels throughout the tent's interior, maximizing breathability and comfort. If you're pushing the season's limits, you can always close the mesh vents with breathable fabric panels to control ventilation or eliminate it entirely. Multiple interior pockets offer you handy and organized access to your day and night essentials. Read More

Eureka
$179.90 at Backcountry.com

Built for backpacking, the Eureka Spitfire 2 Tent is a solid 2-Person, 3-Season tent that won't break the bank. Ample ventilation,... a durable PU-treated rain fly, and a 75-denier polyester floor all make for a comfortable night's sleep. Lightweight aluminum poles keep the tent's trail weight down, and the hoop-style design makes set-up super easy. Stow your nighttime essentials in the internal pockets, and answer nature's call throughout the night from one of the two doors without waking up your partner. Read More

Eureka
$139.90 at Backcountry.com

A little alone time it is, and the Eureka Spitfire 3-season, 1-person tent is an easy choice for fast-and-light solo travel that w...on't zap the bank account. It has a little more room than most solo tents, so you don't feel like you're stuffed in a coffin when you're getting some sleep or staying out of the rain. Lightweight aluminum poles reduce the overall weight, while the hoop-style design make set-ups super easy. When the skies are grey, throw on the PU-treated rain fly, and when they're clear, enjoy a bug-free sleep under the stars thanks to the no-see-um mesh canopy. Read More

Eureka
$139.90 at Backcountry.com

A little alone time it is, and the Eureka Spitfire 3-season, 1-person tent is an easy choice for fast-and-light solo travel that w...on't zap the bank account. It has a little more room than most solo tents, so you don't feel like you're stuffed in a coffin when you're getting some sleep or staying out of the rain. Lightweight aluminum poles reduce the overall weight, while the hoop-style design make set-ups super easy. When the skies are grey, throw on the PU-treated rain fly, and when they're clear, enjoy a bug-free sleep under the stars thanks to the no-see-um mesh canopy. Read More

Eureka
$399.00 at Backcountry.com

You're not sure whose idea it was to invite your in-laws along on the family camping trip, but thankfully the Eureka Copper Canyon... 8 Tent has a drop-down divider to help preserve everyone's sanity. This commodious tent comfortably sleeps the extended family, and offers enough room to settle in on a tent-bound rainy day. Read More

Eureka
$369.90 at Backcountry.com

Most four-season tents can get you through a winter storm, but many of them come with vertebrae-crushing poundage, and almost all ...of them come with a budget-busting price tag ... except the Eureka! Alpenlite 2-Person, 4-Season Tent. This versatile expedition shelter has the features, technology, and bomber construction to stand toe-to-toe with the big guns, but its relatively low weight and even more impressive price point make it a no-brainer for budget-minded go-getters. Two roof vents, four wall vents, and a vestibule vent means that it's versatile enough to consider using year round. Read More

Eureka
$269.90 at Backcountry.com

Die-hard campers need a tent that's not going to quit on them after just a season or two; the Eureka Mountain Pass 3XTE 3-Person, ...3-Season Tent is designed to stand up to constant use and exposure to the elements. Tough aluminum frame and high-mm coatings in the fly and floor endow the 3XTE with extra durability; this tent also features a large, versatile fly with two vestibules for easy gear storage. Read More

Eureka
$159.90 at Backcountry.com

Light, compact, durable, and a cinch to set up, the weather-resisting Eureka 2-Person 3-Season Midori 2 Tent makes the perfect low...-maintenance backpacking companion. Pitch this two-pole free-standing tent in a flash when the sun is dipping below the horizon, the clouds blow in. With ample space for two people and a vestibule for gear, plus tons of scenery-revealing mesh, this strong, no-fuss home-away-from-home will keep you comfy, dry, and cozy when feeding your wanderlust. Read More

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