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Eureka Taron Basecamp 4 Tent: 4-Person 3-Season

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    Home is where you pitch it.

    As the old saying goes, there's no place quite like home. So when you and three of your pals are road tripping from Washington to Montana (and visiting as many National Parks as humanly possible), your home is where you pitch it—so make sure you rely on the unwavering down-home comfort of the Eureka Taron Basecamp 4 Tent: 4-Person 3-Season. Built to provide shelter after long days on the road or around the park, the Taron Basecamp 4 is equipped with a rugged polyester ripstop rainfly (complete with two vestibules) that prevents burly winds and facetious precipitation from sneaking its way through to your bedding, while the polyester taffeta walls and mesh ventilation provides a generous barrier between you and those pesky mosquitos should you unknowingly pitch your tent next to a swamp. Not to mention, the Taron Basecamp 4 is constructed with a dome-style silhouette that's purposed to fit up to four people comfortably.

    In addition to its covert protection, the Taron is a part of the V3 Enhanced Tent System which is designed to provide you the utmost comfort while you camp. Specifically speaking this system includes a vertical strut pole in the vestibule for more volume, vectored fly-to-tent-body pullouts for more versatility, and hoods on the rainfly for more venting: all of which make the Taron 4 stand out from the rest of the tent-crowd. Additionally the Taron also features an Eluminate System that combines reflective panels and a lantern hook that can help increase floor lighting during dark nights. The Taron's guyouts come pre-tied and are equalized for superior stormproofing in poor conditions while the High-Stash, Quick-Stash, and floor-level pockets organize your gear.

    • Polyester ripstop fly, taffeta wall, oxford floor, mesh doors
    • Aluminum poles for dome, side brims, and fly
    • Two doors with Dry Entry Marker
    • Two vestibules
    • V3 Enhanced Tent System
    • Eluminate System
    • Reflective, pre-tied, and equalized guyouts
    • Freestanding dome with continuous sleeves and clips
    • Item #ERK000A

    Tech Specs

    [wall] 70D polyester taffeta, [fly] 68D polyester ripstop, [floor] 150D polyester oxford, [mesh] 40D polyester no-see-um
    Wall Type
    [11mm and 8.5mm] aluminum
    Pole Attachment
    sleeves, clips, post & grommet
    Number of Doors
    Number of Vestibules
    Vestibule Space
    16 / 23 sq ft
    mesh, hooded fly vents
    Gear Loft
    Interior Height
    5 ft
    Floor Dimensions
    7.5 x 8.5 ft
    Floor Space
    63.8 sq ft
    Packed Size
    8 x 24 in
    Packed Weight
    11 lbs 4 oz
    Recommended Use
    camping, family camping
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year

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    Comparison of Taron 4 and Sunrise 4

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    Jim out in Colorado was looking to replace his old Coleman 4-person tent and ended up comparing the Taron 4, Taron 6 and Sunrise 4 Tents from Eureka. He ended up sticking with the Taron 6. Here are his thoughts on the Taron 4:

    - Tent sets up easily with the sturdy aluminum poles
    - The side poles definitely give the interior a larger feel by making the walls a bit more vertical
    - It has aluminum stakes and a lot of them (I didn't count, but there are probably more than 12)
    - There are a lot of guylines that are pre-tied to the rainfly, which was nice
    - The rainfly is a little tricky to set up, but by no means difficult and the directions specify the rainfly having one yellow webbing to match to the tent's yellow webbing, but there was no yellow one on the fly
    - The rainfly has some webbing that attaches to the sides of the tent so that when the side fly guylines are staked out, the tent wall is pulled out even further and keeps a nice spacing between the fly and the tent wall -- further increasing the volume inside the tent
    - Opening the front and/or back vestibule doors are really the only way to get any major airflow through the tent or to see outside, which means that you can't just sit up and open a window while in the tent -- you have to open either screen door of the tent and then the vestibule door

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