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Black Diamond Bombshelter Tent

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  • ToddTex canopy
  • PU Laminated floor
  • 2 Doors
  • 5 Easton 7075 poles
  • 2-vestibule design

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Awesome tent!

By Daggers

I've only had the opportunity to use this tent twice now, but so far so good! Had it on the West Coast of Vancouver Island; mostly good weather, but a squall came through and we ducked for cover into the Bombshelter. Steady as a rock even with only the 4 corner pegs and 2 vestibule pegs in! My only negative comment is in regards to the 'requirement' for seam-sealing when you get the tent new. It's a bit of a pain to do it right, and I'm not sure why the manufacturer couldn't have taken care of this on their end if I'm spending this much money on a tent. That's my only beef - otherwise, Viva La Bombshelter!

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I don't want reflectiveness outside of tent. Does this tent come like that? Also, is this the only color it comes in? Looking for dark color like brown, black, dark green or camo. Thanks
A shopper on Jun 20, 2014
BEST ANSWER: The tent has reflective strips where the tie downs attach to the tent. The yellow Todd-Tex with grey vestibules is the only color. It brightens up the long weatherbound stints one is often up against when employing this tent. Good tent. Not a lot of head room but the design is bulletproof in wicked weather.
Has seam seal been applied to the tent? I am worried about whether it leaks water or not. Please advise, thank you.
A shopper on Jun 1, 2011
BEST ANSWER: Great question! This tent comes completely waterproof out of the box, so don't worry about leaks. There is seam tape on the inside of the tent, but I would recommend seam sealing the outside in addition to the seam tape for two reasons. 1) You don't want water sitting inside the seams of the tent (even though it's not getting in because of the seam tape on the inside) 2) It will also increase the life of the tent being that water won't create mold or damage the seams after time or when packed . Stay safe and have fun out there! Neal