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Gigatent Barren Mountain Family Tent

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Gigatent Barren Mountain Family Tent -  Gigatent - Toys"R"Us
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This large free standing design is very stable and its almost vertical sides allow for increased interior space. The 2 rooms along with 2 removable dividers give this tent versatility and comfort. There are 2 offset doors on the sides which provide entry into the tent. The Combo Room can be used as either a floored screen room or extra sleeping space. The huge windows in the walls and the roof vents help keeps moisture to a minimum. There are 4 foot vents in the center of the outside walls which when combined with the ceiling vents will help make a hot and still night just a little more bearable. Sewn in pockets help keep the floor clear and organized and a bathtub floor mean no ground level seams to leak. A zippered duffle bag style storage bag, pole bag, stake bag, tent stakes, extra guy lines are all included.

The Gigatent Barren Mountain Family Tent Specifications are:

  • Sleeps 8-10 People
  • Dimensions 18 x 12
  • 85 Interior Height
  • Pack Size 36 x 11
  • Pole Material - Chain corded steel , fiberglass
  • Floor Material Polyethylene
  • Wall Material - 190T polyester taffeta 600mm coating
  • Fly Material - 190T polyester taffeta 1200mm coating
  • Roof and Netting Material - 50D no-see-um mesh
  • Pack Weight 45 lbs.
  • Has 2 Doors, 8 Windows, 4 Rooms and 19 Poles



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50 pounds

36.0 x 11.0 x 11.0

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Best Tent ever

By Rachel

from Monsey NY

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  • Comfortable
  • Easy To Set Up
  • Fly Works Well
  • Waterproof
  • Windproof


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      Comments about Gigatent Barren Mountain Family Tent:

      This is our third large whole family tent and also the best so far. When our second one was destroyed in a huge rain storm with 75 mph winds, we did a boatload of research on large tents that could accommodate our whole family comfortably (2 parents, 3 adult children, two younger boys, grandson, and huge dog). One plus in design and construction over the destroyed tent is that none of the poles are connected to each other by plastic "T" or "H" pieces. The connector pieces are metal. seams are very sturdily made as well.

      The ability to have 4 separate rooms and to stand up inside were high on the list too. This tent has a sewn-in divider splitting it into two rooms (one slightly bigger than the other), and two removable dividers to split each of the two rooms into two rooms (a double air mattress can easily fit in each room). Each half has its own door (on opposite sides of the tent), a large window opposite the door, and a huge window on the side. Ventilation is terrific - great no-seeum roof panels - a big requirement in our southeastern PA area with hot & humid summer nights. The rainfly covers nicely and even has a couple of small clear plastic spots for light to shine through (not alot of light, but some). There are attached pockets for keeping gear off the floor.

      As we always do, we set it up in our backyard prior to taking it on an actual trip. This is a must as it is a bit confusing the first time around! Once you see how it goes together, it is quite easy and would take my 10 year old and I about 20 minutes or less to set up. DO follow the directions as to the order of putting up the poles/sections. It is easy for two people once you've tried it if you follow the order of the directions. However, I would not advise being under the pressure of being at the campgrounds to set it up the first time. (For us, this is true for every tent, even "pup" tents).

      My son figured out the trick is to have one person hold up the section of frame you're trying to "plug in" to the bottom pins at the sides - otherwise the insertion would be nearly impossible. Also, when putting on the rain fly, attach the side-middle to the fiberglass pole provided for the fly sides prior to securing the rest of the fly, for the same reason. The poles are very sturdy - some are metal and some fiberglass. The fiberglass ones are heavier duty than any on our previous tents and I expect they will hold up well. I would recommend keeping the poles out of the bag with the rest of the equipment and the tent as the poles are quite heavy and this makes picking up the tent and then the poles a one person job. Otherwise, carrying it requires 2 people or one very strong one.
      I would have preferred to have already backyard tested it in a good rainstorm, but the rainfly is tight enough that it should stay dry. The bathtub bottom is quite deep and should withstand any surface runoff. I haven't sealed the seams and won't unless it leaks without doing so. It did withstand 25-30 mph winds with the extra guy wires staked in for the rainfly. I would recommend taking some precaution with the guy wires as they are black and invisible at night. My son and I slept in it on a 25 degree (F) night on an air mattress and another night on pads under our sleeping bags and, dressed appropriately, we were warm. I don't think the tent keeps much cold at bay, but it does keep some.

      The only thing negative I can say is that the tent connects to the frame in several places by means of plastic buckles like the ones on high chair safety straps or canvass computer case shoulder straps. One of them broke while we were putting the tent together, but was easily fixed with duct tape (something we always bring along camping). While this was disappointing, we determined not to return or exchange it as this will not affect the function or strength of the tent whatsoever and is about 6 1/2 feet above the ground so unless you're looking for it you probably wouldn't ever notice it. The defect was that one of the buckles was just too tight in its slot and broke while being inserted rather forcefully. I did not view this as enough of a problem to even deduct a star.

      I will try to update this when we have the chance to have it up in a rain storm (hopefully in our backyard first), to report on water tightness. However it is advertised as "weatherproof" (as opposed to a tent we returned that was "water resistant" and leaked)

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