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Cabela's Ultimate Alaknak 12-ft. x 12-ft. Tent with Two Army Cots

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Setting up a base camp for a large hunting party is more affordable with our Ultimate Alaknak 12-ft. x 12-ft. Tent with Two Army Cots. The next generation in the Outfitter Series tents, our Ultimate Alaknak 12-ft. x 12-ft. Tent has enhanced safety features and user-friendly updates that take it to a whole new level. Sidewall condensation vents have hook-and-loop closures all around the perimeter for better ventilation control. Three large multipanel windows have zippered covers, clear-vinyl windows that zip out of the way and mesh screens for added ventilation. Storm flap covers the stove jack and rolls down to avoid contact with the stove pipe so it wont melt the material. 4-ft. walls and angled window allows enough room to comfortably sleep six, with plenty of space for a stove. Rugged, waterproof 250-denier polyester-oxford X-Treme Tent Cloth has a high tear strength and resists punctures for lasting reliability. 10 perimeter tent poles keep the sidewalls from blowing in and add rigidity in high winds, so you can camp comfortably knowing youre protected. Heavy-duty No. 10 YKK zippers and inverted T-style door makes entering and exiting easy. Plus, the T-style door is backed by a screen door so you can let cool breeze in while keeping bugs out. Attached awning boasts a frame that comes down from the peak of the tent and directs runoff away from the door for superior protection in the wettest weather. Sidewalls have unique fold-down shelves with gear pockets and cup holders to eliminate spilled beverages. Floor has a zip-open panel for safe stove placement and use. Tent sets up quickly and easily. Includes 12 steel stakes, guy ropes and a large zip-close storage bag. Tent body: 12 ft. x 12 ft. Tent wt: 31 lbs. Frame wt: 23 lbs. Stake wt: 13 lbs. Our Army Cot provides a

Price : $ 1049.97


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Cots Checklist

Cot Pad or Airbed on Top? Good's and bad's to each. Cot pads are easier to setup (just roll them out), but are bulkier and heavier. Airbeds have to be inflated, but take little room when packed and are light. I vote for the cot pad, myself.
Any Accessories? Some cots have a myriad of accessories available. Do you need them? Who knows...but it's something to think about.
Why Do I Need a Cot Pad or Airbed? Warmth and Comfort! Both insulate the sleeper from the cold air below the cot. And both add extra softness for a good night's sleep.
How Long? Better to have a cot that is a "touch to long" than a "touch to short."
Does Weight Matter? Unless your packing your cot into the wilderness by horse, weight probably isn't an issue. But, if it does matter, read each cots specs carefully...some of them can be quite heavy (over 30 pounds).
Weight Capacity. Check the weight capacity of the cot. Some cots can be a bit "wimpy" in how much weight they can safely and comfortably hold.

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