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(based on 2 ratings)
Brand: Eureka
Located in: Essential Equipment, Tents
The ultimate canoe camping tent, Tundraline offers ease of set up, excellent wind stability, and unparalleled severe weather capability.
Review Snapshot®
Avg. Customer Rating:
 
3.5 stars
(based on 2 reviews)
 
Build to take the weather
By TomVerified Purchaser from Newnan, GA on 4/17/2010
Pros:
Comfortable, Easy To Set Up, Fly Works Well, Low Price, Stormproof, Sturdy, Waterproof, Windproof
Best Uses:
Canoe Camping, Car Camping
Describe Yourself:
Avid Adventurer
What Is Your Gear Style:
Minimalist
Bottom Line:
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

Comments about Eureka Eureka Tundraline 3 Expedition Tent:

I have been big fan of Canoe Guide, Cliff Jacobson's material since I got in to camping. I found out he helped with the design of the Tundraline tent and decided to purchase one from SunnySports. I can tell you I am not disappointed and as a matter of fact I am ecstatic! The pictures do not do the tent justice as the quality is first rate. Everything is heavy duty.When I received my new tent, I set it up in the backyard for a test run. Little did I know a cold front was coming through that brought heavy rain and winds gusting to 30 mph. As I looked out the back window of my house, all I could see was rain spraying off the tent roof like waves. I had left the tent doors with the just the mesh panels and was sure I would find a soaked interior once I opened the vestibule. When the rain slowed, I grabbed a towel heading out to wipe things down from water getting in. To my surprise not one drop was in the tent. This tent took a pounding and never looked back. I currently own a Mountain Hardwear and [...]tent, I don't think they would have faired as well.The only thing I saw move during the rain storm was the roof between the poles and it didn't move much. The design is impressive. Other than the weight (comes from being build so tough) there is nothing to complain about. And as for my Mountain Hardwear and [...]tents, well they will not be getting much use now. [...] I will look to SunnySports for future purchases.

 
Not self supporting in sand
By NoneVerified Purchaser from Chicago, Illinois on 4/15/2010
Cons:
Collapses in Wind, Difficult setup in sand, Not self supporting
Describe Yourself:
Casual/ Recreational
What Is Your Gear Style:
Comfort Driven
Bottom Line:
No, I would not recommend this to a friend

Comments about Eureka Eureka Tundraline 3 Expedition Tent:

Needs an additional pole to lock the two ends

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