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Welcome to your new home.
If you're really serious about saving money, you can just sell your house and have the family live in the North Face Wawona Six-Person Three-Season Tent from The North Face. There might be a few things about a brick-and-mortar home that you'll miss, but really, with space to stand up, 10 pockets, and a hanging tablet display system, the Wawona has most of the creature comforts you're all used to. It certainly offers more air circulation than your old home, with mesh doors and ceiling panels, and has plenty of weather protection, with a full-coverage rain fly, two vestibules, and a convertible sunshade for hot summer days. And, while a new house takes month to build, the Wawona has a simple three-pole setup that'll have you ready to go in minutesâ€”there's even a foot wiper to keep mud out, and hanger loops to help the family keep their new abode neat and organized.
- Bring this giant shelter on car-camping trips
- PU coated fly and floor keep bad weather at bay
- Roll up the fly to allow airflow during the day
- Large mesh wall panels let in plenty of light and breeze
- High ceilings let you stand up comfortably
- One of the two vestibules functions as a shaded porch
- Easy three-pole design makes setup quick and easy
- 10 convenient pockets, including one for a tablet
- Foot-wiping rug makes sure no one tracks in mud
- Item #TNF037O
- Q & A
The first time setting up this tent was a breeze. The color coding made it error proof. Took about ten minutes to get it completely ready to go. We've slept in it twice with no problems whatsoever. It also rained and had a fairly good wind blowing with no leaks at all. I couldn't be more happy with the tent we chose!
My family needs a new tent for summer spring camping in the PNW. One problem we have is condensation. Our current tent even with the windows open is soaking wet on the inside walls and even the floor. Do you know if this tent has good ventilation or if there have been any complaints of condensation?