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Brand: Sierra Designs
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At 99.5 square feet, the Bedouin Annex is all the space a family will ever need! Great for camping with a ton of gear or the kids, the Bedouin Annex uses a mesh front room to cover up, thwart bugs, or give the kids a play spot that's sheltered. DAC poles are durable enough for the long haul and a full-coverage fly covers up in the rain or rolls back under clear skies.
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5 stars
(based on 1 review)

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Bedouin Annex 4+2
By DrazzeldewVerified Reviewer from PA on 7/3/2008
Pros:
Easy to set up, Sturdy
Best Uses:
Car Camping
Describe Yourself:
Avid Adventurer
What Is Your Gear Style:
Minimalist
Bottom Line:
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

Comments about Sierra Designs Sierra Designs Bedouin Annex 4+2 Tent:

I am avid backpacker. I typically go for lightest and best in class. I love Mt Hardware, Patagonia, all the best stuff. I solo on multi days, deep in. However, I also like to go to festivals; Bonnarro, All Good, Philadelphia Folk fest. I wanted a larger tent. But, I did not want to loose techical qualities. This is not a Wall Mart type of tent. Not that there is anything wrong....I wanted a large enought tent to fit a "Full" size air mattress. And this does, with room. I also liked the screened in porch area. I looked at the LLbean tent that was similiar. But, I do not do fiberglass poles. I had fiberglass poles in a Cabelas dome outfitter tent. One broke, splintered, Cabelas replaced without problems, but i wont go that route again. The aluminium poles on the SD 4+2 are thick and pre-bent. I set it up inside my office by myself without problems. Actually, lay it flat and feed one pool through, bend it and attach it through the grommets, now its laying on the ground with one pole completed. Take second pole and feed it through, attach to one side, then lift the whole thing. You may even try this staking in some corners first. Anyhow the structure lifts right up. I had to laugh about this, I often see so many clueless folks try to set up tents at events. I am very impressed with the quality of this tent. It looks well sealed. But, I will go over the stitched seams with sealer anyway. [$][...]

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