When you and seven of your closest friends want a place to relax.
When the crew is heading out on an annual camping getaway, and you can't quite fit the house in the back of the car, the Paha Que Promontory XD 8-Person 3-Season Tent makes a great alternative. In fact, thanks to burly materials and generous spacing, you may end up preferring this portable shelter to your permanent residence.
- Removable room divider with built-in zippered door affords some privacy
- Adjustable and removable mesh gear loft as well as gear lofts under windows for storage and organization
- Rainfly includes built-in awning for additional protection
- Fully seam sealed to prevent even lingering morning moisture from seeping through
- Bathtub floor extends 3 inches up the sidewalls to help keep your sleeping bags dry should the weekend turn rainy
- Generous 84-inch maximum ceiling height ensures adequate headroom, even if your group includes a couple of basketball players
- Heavy-duty zippers feature corrosion-resistant nickel sliders for added longevity
Share your thoughts
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
It seems like every time we go camping, it is a mixture of very hot and stormy. Therefore I wanted a tent that was
1) Big- so we can sit in it if it rains (and escape from the mosquitoes)- ideally tall enough to stand in
2) Large windows to keep cool and let in lots of light
3) Windows that can be left open when it rains
This tent met all these requirements. The first time we took it out, we had +30C weather, high humidity, with a big storm one night. Due to the windows tent cooled of quickly at night, and the awnings kept the rain out even with the windows open. It was also nice to be able to wake up and watch the wildlife outside the tent while still lying in bed.