Wenzel Alpine Tent – 3 Person

Lets take a look at the awesome Wenzel Alpine Tent. Weatherproof and easy to setup, this tent hits the mark every time. Plenty of room inside for three people and additional areas for you gear. Definitely a tent you should consider for your net trip into the great outdoors.

Wenzel Alpine TentWenzel Alpine Tent Review

The lightweight and versatile Wenzel Alpine 3-pole Pentadome Tent is veryeasy to set up and take down. It is a great choice for any camping adventure.

Featuring a single room that measures 8 foot by 8.5 foot with the third pole creating a vestibule, this tent sleeps up to 3 people and gives you an extra area to keep the weather off you and also to store your gear.

The shockcorded fibreglass frame and handy pole pockets make setting this tent up a breeze and the polyethylene coated Weather Armor polyester protects you and your gear from the elements.

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Wenzel Alpine Tent Features

  • 3-person, 3-pole pentadome tent with removable fly
  • Shock-corded fiberglass frame for quick and easy setup
  • Integrated mud mat with drainage strip to keep tent clean
  • 2 mesh windows and D-style front door for ventilation
  • Measures 8.5 x 4 x 8 feet (W x H x D); weighs 8 pounds

Our Thoughts

Overall this is a great tent for very small money. It will keep you and your gear dry if the rain sets in. Plenty of room and very easy to set up.

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Common Questions

Question: What size air bed can fit in this tent
Answer: You can easily fit a queen sized air bed into this tent.

Question: Is it water proof?
Answer: One user recently camped for 46 nights in Alaska and Canada with this tent. He stayed dry for the best part of this trip without only the odd occasion. He did recommend this tent but said you should use a tent pad underneath to avoid condensation.

Question: I will be camping in a dusty environment so wondering do all the windows completely close up?
Answer: The windows and door completely close.

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