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Gigatent Tents

 
Gigatent Tents fall into 3 categories Gigatent Backpacking Tents, Gigatent Family Tents and Gigatent Screenhouses and Canopies.

 Gigatent Backpacking Tents have high quality features at great prices. Gigatent Backpacking Tents include Gigatent Big Bend, Gigatent Mt. Washington, Gigatent Rainier and Gigatent Yellowstone.

Gigatent Big Bend -- $89.95 -- Gigatent Big Bend Simple, stable and proven tunnel design is easy to set up. All mesh door and side walls vent moisture. A full coverage rainfly protects tent and provides a vestibule for storing gear. The vestibule has parallel zips for entry and for creating an awning. SPECIFICATIONS Season: 3 Sleeps: 2 Minimum Weight: 3 lbs 9 oz Pack Weight: 4 lbs 1oz Dimensions: 7.5 x 5 Interior Height: 38” Floor Area: 28.25 sq ft Vestibule: 7 sq ft Pack Size: 26’’ x 5’’ Doors: 1 Window 1 Rooms: 1 Poles: 2 Pole Material: 7000 series aircraft aluminum Floor Material: 190T nylon taffeta 800mm coating Wall Material: 190T polyester taffeta 800mm coating Roof Material: 50D no-see-um mesh Netting Material: 50D no-see-um mesh Fly Material: 190T polyester taffeta 1200mm coating Stakes: 14 - 7’’ aluminum What makes Gigatent different? Fabrics: We use materials that are heavier coated than most manufacturers. The coating on fabrics is measured in millimeters. This measurement refers to the height of a column of water that the fabric will support without it coming through. Most of our competitors use a 450mm to 600mm coating on their tents and rain flys. Our tents use a 1200mm to 800mm coating on our rain flys, because the force generated by a storm is greatest on the rain fly. We use an 800mm to 600mm coating on our tent bodies where the force is less direct and weaker. The thinner the coating the less pressure needed to push water through. Zippers: The door zipper design used most in our tents is known as a Twin Track zipper. This means that there are 2 zippers for the door, a horizontal zipper and a slightly curving vertical zipper. The Twin Track design minimizes the curve to the vertical zipper which can cause the zipper to fail sooner than a straight one, it also allows for a larger and easier to enter doorway. The zippers we use for our doors are larger in size than most other manufacturers. We use only nickel plated zipper sliders on our tents which slide easier and last longer. Designs: Our family tents are specifically designed to give the user the most interior volume possible. By using a combination of steel and fiberglass poles we have combined the straight walls of the cabin tent with the free standing nature of the dome tent to give the camper the best of both tent designs. The free standing nature of most of out family tents makes them easier to position in a campsite and requires less staking which means less time during set up. Our Combo Room allows for more versatility in one tent. The camper can now own a screen house and a tent in one package. The Combo Room also allows the owner to store wet gear in the Combo Room without endangering the sleeping area. The Combo Room will also accept the extra campers that won’t fit in the rear room. Our backpacking tents are designed to provide the maximum amount of living space without weighting too much. We use pin and ring attachments for our poles which are easy to replace should one require it. Poles: We use 19mm steel poles for most of our large family tents. The poles are cable corded together instead of chain corded to reduce the possibility of breakage. We use larger diameter poles and shockcord in most of our products than our competition uses. Our backpacking models use a 7000 series aircraft aluminum which resists cold and cracking unlike fiberglass. Aluminum poles are also lighter than fiberglass poles.
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Gigatent Mt. Washington -- $139.95 -- Gigatent Mt. Washington This large free standing dome tent has 1 large D-shaped door with a large window and 4 ceiling vents. It is simple to set up and spacious for 2-3 people. SPECIFICATIONS Season: 3 plus Sleeps: 2-3 Minimum Weight: 6 lbs 6oz Pack Weight: 6 lbs 9oz Dimensions: 7’ 0’’ x 7’ 0’’ Interior Height: 52’’ Floor Area: 49 sq ft Vestibule: 11 sq ft Pack Size: 25’’ x 6’’ Doors: 1 Window: 1 Pole Material: 7000 series aircraft aluminum Floor Material: 190T nylon taffeta 1200mm coating Wall Material: 190T polyester taffeta 600mm coating Roof Material: 50D no-see-um mesh Netting Material: 50D no-see-um mesh Fly Material: 190T polyester taffeta 1200mm coating Stakes: 14 – 7’’ aluminum What makes Gigatent different? Fabrics: We use materials that are heavier coated than most manufacturers. The coating on fabrics is measured in millimeters. This measurement refers to the height of a column of water that the fabric will support without it coming through. Most of our competitors use a 450mm to 600mm coating on their tents and rain flys. Our tents use a 1200mm to 800mm coating on our rain flys, because the force generated by a storm is greatest on the rain fly. We use an 800mm to 600mm coating on our tent bodies where the force is less direct and weaker. The thinner the coating the less pressure needed to push water through. Zippers: The door zipper design used most in our tents is known as a Twin Track zipper. This means that there are 2 zippers for the door, a horizontal zipper and a slightly curving vertical zipper. The Twin Track design minimizes the curve to the vertical zipper which can cause the zipper to fail sooner than a straight one, it also allows for a larger and easier to enter doorway. The zippers we use for our doors are larger in size than most other manufacturers. We use only nickel plated zipper sliders on our tents which slide easier and last longer. Designs: Our family tents are specifically designed to give the user the most interior volume possible. By using a combination of steel and fiberglass poles we have combined the straight walls of the cabin tent with the free standing nature of the dome tent to give the camper the best of both tent designs. The free standing nature of most of out family tents makes them easier to position in a campsite and requires less staking which means less time during set up. Our Combo Room allows for more versatility in one tent. The camper can now own a screen house and a tent in one package. The Combo Room also allows the owner to store wet gear in the Combo Room without endangering the sleeping area. The Combo Room will also accept the extra campers that won’t fit in the rear room. Our backpacking tents are designed to provide the maximum amount of living space without weighting too much. We use pin and ring attachments for our poles which are easy to replace should one require it. Poles: We use 19mm steel poles for most of our large family tents. The poles are cable corded together instead of chain corded to reduce the possibility of breakage. We use larger diameter poles and shockcord in most of our products than our competition uses. Our backpacking models use a 7000 series aircraft aluminum which resists cold and cracking unlike fiberglass. Aluminum poles are also lighter than fiberglass poles.
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Gigatent Rainier -- $109.95 -- Gigatent Rainier This modified tunnel design increases interior volume and stability by adding a pole at the head area. Large mesh panels provide venting. A full cover fly gives good rain protection and a vestibule for gear. The vestibule has parallel zippers for entry and the ability to make an awning. SPECIFICATIONS Season: 3 plus Sleeps: 1-2 Minimum Weight: 4 lbs 12oz Pack Weight: 5 lbs 1oz Dimensions: 8’ 0’’ x 5’ 0’’ Interior Height: 38’’ Eave Height: N/A Floor Area: 28.25 sq ft Vestibule: 5 sq ft Pack Size: 26’’ x 5’’ Doors: 1 Window: 1 Rooms: 1 Poles: 3 Pole Material: 7000 series aircraft aluminum Floor Material: 190T nylon taffeta 800mm coating Wall Material: 190T polyester taffeta 600mm coating Roof Material: 50D no-see-um mesh Netting Material: 50D no-see-um mesh Fly Material: 190T polyester taffeta 1200mm coating Stakes: 8 – 7’’ aluminum What makes Gigatent different? Fabrics: We use materials that are heavier coated than most manufacturers. The coating on fabrics is measured in millimeters. This measurement refers to the height of a column of water that the fabric will support without it coming through. Most of our competitors use a 450mm to 600mm coating on their tents and rain flys. Our tents use a 1200mm to 800mm coating on our rain flys, because the force generated by a storm is greatest on the rain fly. We use an 800mm to 600mm coating on our tent bodies where the force is less direct and weaker. The thinner the coating the less pressure needed to push water through. Zippers: The door zipper design used most in our tents is known as a Twin Track zipper. This means that there are 2 zippers for the door, a horizontal zipper and a slightly curving vertical zipper. The Twin Track design minimizes the curve to the vertical zipper which can cause the zipper to fail sooner than a straight one, it also allows for a larger and easier to enter doorway. The zippers we use for our doors are larger in size than most other manufacturers. We use only nickel plated zipper sliders on our tents which slide easier and last longer. Designs: Our family tents are specifically designed to give the user the most interior volume possible. By using a combination of steel and fiberglass poles we have combined the straight walls of the cabin tent with the free standing nature of the dome tent to give the camper the best of both tent designs. The free standing nature of most of out family tents makes them easier to position in a campsite and requires less staking which means less time during set up. Our Combo Room allows for more versatility in one tent. The camper can now own a screen house and a tent in one package. The Combo Room also allows the owner to store wet gear in the Combo Room without endangering the sleeping area. The Combo Room will also accept the extra campers that won’t fit in the rear room. Our backpacking tents are designed to provide the maximum amount of living space without weighting too much. We use pin and ring attachments for our poles which are easy to replace should one require it. Poles: We use 19mm steel poles for most of our large family tents. The poles are cable corded together instead of chain corded to reduce the possibility of breakage. We use larger diameter poles and shockcord in most of our products than our competition uses. Our backpacking models use a 7000 series aircraft aluminum which resists cold and cracking unlike fiberglass. Aluminum poles are also lighter than fiberglass poles.
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Gigatent Yellowstone -- $94.95 -- Gigatent Yellowstone This innovative single pole with strut design maximizes interior space while keeping weight and staking to a minimum. 2 twin track doors provide entry. Mesh walls allow for air flow. A full coverage rainfly provides ample protection as well as 2 vestibules for storage. Season: 3 plus Sleeps: 1-2 Minimum Weight: 3 lbs 11oz Pack Weight: 4 lbs 3oz Dimensions: 7’ 0’’ x 5’ 0’’ Interior Height: 45’’ Floor Area: 29 sq ft Vestibule: 5 sq ft + 5 sq ft Pack Size: 27’’ x 5’’ Doors: 2 Window: 2 Rooms: 1 Pole Material: 7000 series aircraft aluminum Floor Material: 190T nylon taffeta 800mm coating Wall Material: 190T polyester taffeta 600mm coating Roof Material: 50D no-see-um mesh Netting Material: 50D no-see-um mesh Fly Material: 190T polyester taffeta 800mm coating Stakes: 8 – 7’’ aluminum What makes Gigatent different? Fabrics: We use materials that are heavier coated than most manufacturers. The coating on fabrics is measured in millimeters. This measurement refers to the height of a column of water that the fabric will support without it coming through. Most of our competitors use a 450mm to 600mm coating on their tents and rain flys. Our tents use a 1200mm to 800mm coating on our rain flys, because the force generated by a storm is greatest on the rain fly. We use an 800mm to 600mm coating on our tent bodies where the force is less direct and weaker. The thinner the coating the less pressure needed to push water through. Zippers: The door zipper design used most in our tents is known as a Twin Track zipper. This means that there are 2 zippers for the door, a horizontal zipper and a slightly curving vertical zipper. The Twin Track design minimizes the curve to the vertical zipper which can cause the zipper to fail sooner than a straight one, it also allows for a larger and easier to enter doorway. The zippers we use for our doors are larger in size than most other manufacturers. We use only nickel plated zipper sliders on our tents which slide easier and last longer. Designs: Our family tents are specifically designed to give the user the most interior volume possible. By using a combination of steel and fiberglass poles we have combined the straight walls of the cabin tent with the free standing nature of the dome tent to give the camper the best of both tent designs. The free standing nature of most of out family tents makes them easier to position in a campsite and requires less staking which means less time during set up. Our Combo Room allows for more versatility in one tent. The camper can now own a screen house and a tent in one package. The Combo Room also allows the owner to store wet gear in the Combo Room without endangering the sleeping area. The Combo Room will also accept the extra campers that won’t fit in the rear room. Our backpacking tents are designed to provide the maximum amount of living space without weighting too much. We use pin and ring attachments for our poles which are easy to replace should one require it. Poles: We use 19mm steel poles for most of our large family tents. The poles are cable corded together instead of chain corded to reduce the possibility of breakage. We use larger diameter poles and shockcord in most of our products than our competition uses. Our backpacking models use a 7000 series aircraft aluminum which resists cold and cracking unlike fiberglass. Aluminum poles are also lighter than fiberglass poles.
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Gigatent Family Tents are reasonably priced family tents. Gigatent Family Tents include Gigatent Garfield Mountain, Gigatent Katahdin, Gigatent Kinsman Mountain, Gigatent Liberty Mountain, Gigatent Mount Adams, Gigatent White Cap Mountain and Gigatent Wolf Mountain.


Gigatent Bear Mountain -- $144.95 -- Gigatent Bear Mountain The Bear Mtn. 10x10 is a large roomy free standing cabin tent, with 4 huge windows for unlimited views and unbeatable ventilation, but can be shut to keep out windblown rain. The straight walls increase interior space and allow freedom of movement without having to stoop or bend over. The rainfly has 2 poles which create awnings over each window to allow the windows to be left open in all but the worst weather. The awning in the front protects the doorway from water dripping directly into the tent. Pockets sewn into the tent help keep small items off the floor. A bathtub floor means 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. SPECIFICATIONS: Sleeps 4-5 Minimum Weight 25 lbs Pack Weight 28 lbs Dimensions 10' x 10' Interior Height 84 Floor Area 10 sq ft Pack Size 24'' x 6'' x 6'' Doors 1 Window 4 Rooms 1 Poles 8 Pole Material Chain corded steel , fiberglass Floor Material Polyethylene Wall Material Polyester 190T 600mm P.U. Roof Material 190T breathable polyester Netting Material no-see-um mesh Fly Material Polyester 190T 1200mm P.U. Stakes 8 - 7'' steel
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Gigatent Carter Mountain -- $354.95 -- Gigatent Carter Mountain SPECIFICATIONS Sleeps 8-12 Minimum Weight 40 lbs Pack Weight 45 lbs 0oz Dimensions 20' x 10' Interior Height 96'' Eave Height 72'' Floor Area 200 sq ft Vestibule N/A Pack Size 36'' x 12'' x 12'' Doors 2 Window 8 Pole Material Chain corded steel , fiberglass Floor Material Polyethylene Wall Material Polyester 190T 600mm P.U. Roof Material Mosquito mesh Netting Material Mosquito mesh Fly Material Polyester 190T 1200mm P.U. Gear loft N/A Stakes 23 - 9'' Plastic
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Gigatent Garfield Mountain -- $59.95 -- Gigatent Garfield Mountain The 4 big windows in this free standing dome tent combined with the roof vents provide ample ventilation in the rain. The 2 pole set-up is easy and quick. The 2 poles for the rainfly provide awnings over the windows and door to allow then to be opened during a rain storm. A large twin track door allows for easy entry. SPECIFICATIONS Season: 3 Sleeps: 3-4 Minimum Weight: 9 lbs 11oz Pack Weight: 10 lbs 12oz Dimensions: 8’ 0’’ x 8’ 0’’ Interior Height: 5’’ Floor Area: 64 sq ft Pack Size: 24’’ x 6’’ Doors: 1 Window: 4 Pole Material: Polyethylene Wall Material: 190T polyester taffeta 600mm coating Roof Material: 50D no-see-um mesh Netting Material: 50D no-see-um mesh Fly Material: 190T polyester taffeta 800mm coating Gear loft: Included Stakes: 8 – 7’’ steel What makes Gigatent different? Fabrics: We use materials that are heavier coated than most manufacturers. The coating on fabrics is measured in millimeters. This measurement refers to the height of a column of water that the fabric will support without it coming through. Most of our competitors use a 450mm to 600mm coating on their tents and rain flys. Our tents use a 1200mm to 800mm coating on our rain flys, because the force generated by a storm is greatest on the rain fly. We use an 800mm to 600mm coating on our tent bodies where the force is less direct and weaker. The thinner the coating the less pressure needed to push water through. Zippers: The door zipper design used most in our tents is known as a Twin Track zipper. This means that there are 2 zippers for the door, a horizontal zipper and a slightly curving vertical zipper. The Twin Track design minimizes the curve to the vertical zipper which can cause the zipper to fail sooner than a straight one, it also allows for a larger and easier to enter doorway. The zippers we use for our doors are larger in size than most other manufacturers. We use only nickel plated zipper sliders on our tents which slide easier and last longer. Designs: Our family tents are specifically designed to give the user the most interior volume possible. By using a combination of steel and fiberglass poles we have combined the straight walls of the cabin tent with the free standing nature of the dome tent to give the camper the best of both tent designs. The free standing nature of most of out family tents makes them easier to position in a campsite and requires less staking which means less time during set up. Our Combo Room allows for more versatility in one tent. The camper can now own a screen house and a tent in one package. The Combo Room also allows the owner to store wet gear in the Combo Room without endangering the sleeping area. The Combo Room will also accept the extra campers that won’t fit in the rear room. Our backpacking tents are designed to provide the maximum amount of living space without weighting too much. We use pin and ring attachments for our poles which are easy to replace should one require it. Poles: We use 19mm steel poles for most of our large family tents. The poles are cable corded together instead of chain corded to reduce the possibility of breakage. We use larger diameter poles and shockcord in most of our products than our competition uses. Our backpacking models use a 7000 series aircraft aluminum which resists cold and cracking unlike fiberglass. Aluminum poles are also lighter than fiberglass poles.
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Gigatent Katahdin -- $129.95 -- Gigatent Katahdin This cabin tent dome hybrid can be divided into 2 rooms with a removable divider. 2 twin track doors in the center provide access to either room. There is a welcome mat in front of the doors to keep mud and debris in the tent to a minimum. The 5 windows in the tent combined with the 6 roof vents help to keep the tent moisture free. SPECIFICATIONS Season: 3 Sleeps: 6 Minimum Weight: 25 lbs 11 oz Pack Weight: 29 lbs Dimensions: 13’ x 9’ Interior Height: 84’’ Eave Height: 67” Floor Area: 112.66 sq ft Pack Size: 32’’ x 11’’ Doors: 2 Window: 5 Rooms: 2 Poles: 12 Pole Material: Cable corded steel , fiberglass Floor Material: Polyethylene Wall Material: 190T polyester taffeta 600mm coating Roof Material: 50D no-see-um mesh Netting Material: 50D no-see-um mesh Fly Material: 190T polyester taffeta 1200mm coating Stakes: 16 - 9’’ plastic What makes Gigatent different? Fabrics: We use materials that are heavier coated than most manufacturers. The coating on fabrics is measured in millimeters. This measurement refers to the height of a column of water that the fabric will support without it coming through. Most of our competitors use a 450mm to 600mm coating on their tents and rain flys. Our tents use a 1200mm to 800mm coating on our rain flys, because the force generated by a storm is greatest on the rain fly. We use an 800mm to 600mm coating on our tent bodies where the force is less direct and weaker. The thinner the coating the less pressure needed to push water through. Zippers: The door zipper design used most in our tents is known as a Twin Track zipper. This means that there are 2 zippers for the door, a horizontal zipper and a slightly curving vertical zipper. The Twin Track design minimizes the curve to the vertical zipper which can cause the zipper to fail sooner than a straight one, it also allows for a larger and easier to enter doorway. The zippers we use for our doors are larger in size than most other manufacturers. We use only nickel plated zipper sliders on our tents which slide easier and last longer. Designs: Our family tents are specifically designed to give the user the most interior volume possible. By using a combination of steel and fiberglass poles we have combined the straight walls of the cabin tent with the free standing nature of the dome tent to give the camper the best of both tent designs. The free standing nature of most of out family tents makes them easier to position in a campsite and requires less staking which means less time during set up. Our Combo Room allows for more versatility in one tent. The camper can now own a screen house and a tent in one package. The Combo Room also allows the owner to store wet gear in the Combo Room without endangering the sleeping area. The Combo Room will also accept the extra campers that won’t fit in the rear room. Our backpacking tents are designed to provide the maximum amount of living space without weighting too much. We use pin and ring attachments for our poles which are easy to replace should one require it. Poles: We use 19mm steel poles for most of our large family tents. The poles are cable corded together instead of chain corded to reduce the possibility of breakage. We use larger diameter poles and shockcord in most of our products than our competition uses. Our backpacking models use a 7000 series aircraft aluminum which resists cold and cracking unlike fiberglass. Aluminum poles are also lighter than fiberglass poles.
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Gigatent Kinsman Mountain -- $349.95 -- Gigatent Kinsman Mountain A huge 3 room tent with an attached screen room. Straight walls in the center room increases interior volume. 2 Combo rooms provide additional screen or sleeping space. Large windows in the tent walls combined with huge roof vents help keep the tent comfy on rainy days. 1 large twin track door in the center room and 2 inverted T doors in the end rooms allow multiple access points. Sewn in room dividers keep tempers down and kids separated. A screen room attached to the fly provides a bug free environment for sitting and enjoying the outdoors. SPECIFICATIONS Season: 3 Sleeps: 8 Minimum Weight: 38 lbs 5 oz Pack Weight: 40 lbs 0oz Dimensions: 17’ 0”x12’0” Interior Height: 84” Eave Height: 68” Floor Area: 177 sq ft Vestibule: 29.12 sq ft Pack Size: 36’’ x 11’’ Doors: 4 Window: 8 Poles: 19 Pole Material: Cable corded steel , fiberglass Floor Material: Polyethylene Wall Material: 190T polyester taffeta 600mm coating Roof Material: 50D no-see-um mesh Netting Material: 50D no-see-um mesh Fly Material: 190T polyester taffeta 1200mm coating Stakes: 23 – 9’’ plastic What makes Gigatent different? Fabrics: We use materials that are heavier coated than most manufacturers. The coating on fabrics is measured in millimeters. This measurement refers to the height of a column of water that the fabric will support without it coming through. Most of our competitors use a 450mm to 600mm coating on their tents and rain flys. Our tents use a 1200mm to 800mm coating on our rain flys, because the force generated by a storm is greatest on the rain fly. We use an 800mm to 600mm coating on our tent bodies where the force is less direct and weaker. The thinner the coating the less pressure needed to push water through. Zippers: The door zipper design used most in our tents is known as a Twin Track zipper. This means that there are 2 zippers for the door, a horizontal zipper and a slightly curving vertical zipper. The Twin Track design minimizes the curve to the vertical zipper which can cause the zipper to fail sooner than a straight one, it also allows for a larger and easier to enter doorway. The zippers we use for our doors are larger in size than most other manufacturers. We use only nickel plated zipper sliders on our tents which slide easier and last longer. Designs: Our family tents are specifically designed to give the user the most interior volume possible. By using a combination of steel and fiberglass poles we have combined the straight walls of the cabin tent with the free standing nature of the dome tent to give the camper the best of both tent designs. The free standing nature of most of out family tents makes them easier to position in a campsite and requires less staking which means less time during set up. Our Combo Room allows for more versatility in one tent. The camper can now own a screen house and a tent in one package. The Combo Room also allows the owner to store wet gear in the Combo Room without endangering the sleeping area. The Combo Room will also accept the extra campers that won’t fit in the rear room. Our backpacking tents are designed to provide the maximum amount of living space without weighting too much. We use pin and ring attachments for our poles which are easy to replace should one require it. Poles: We use 19mm steel poles for most of our large family tents. The poles are cable corded together instead of chain corded to reduce the possibility of breakage. We use larger diameter poles and shockcord in most of our products than our competition uses. Our backpacking models use a 7000 series aircraft aluminum which resists cold and cracking unlike fiberglass. Aluminum poles are also lighter than fiberglass poles.
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Gigatent Liberty Mountain -- $59.95 -- Gigatent Liberty Mountain A simple free standing dome tent that is easy to set up. One large twin track door with its own window. There is a window in the rear wall and 2 large vent sin the side walls. The brow pole over the door allows the window to remain open even in the rain. A bath tub floor keeps seams up off the ground to prevent leakage. A gear loft is included to keep small items of the floor. SPECIFICATIONS Season: 3 Sleeps: 3-4 Minimum Weight: 7 lbs 5oz Pack Weight: 8 lbs 3oz Dimensions: 9’ 0’’ x 7’ 0’’ Interior Height: 54’’ Floor Area: 63 sq ft Pack Size: 26’’ x 6’’ Doors: 1 Window: 2 Rooms: 1 Pole Material: fiberglass Floor Material: 190T nylon taffeta 800mm coating Wall Material: 190T polyester taffeta 600mm coating Roof Material: 50D no-see-um mesh Netting Material: 50D no-see-um mesh Fly Material: 190T polyester taffeta 800mm coating Gear loft: Included Stakes: 5-7’’ steel What makes Gigatent different? Fabrics: We use materials that are heavier coated than most manufacturers. The coating on fabrics is measured in millimeters. This measurement refers to the height of a column of water that the fabric will support without it coming through. Most of our competitors use a 450mm to 600mm coating on their tents and rain flys. Our tents use a 1200mm to 800mm coating on our rain flys, because the force generated by a storm is greatest on the rain fly. We use an 800mm to 600mm coating on our tent bodies where the force is less direct and weaker. The thinner the coating the less pressure needed to push water through. Zippers: The door zipper design used most in our tents is known as a Twin Track zipper. This means that there are 2 zippers for the door, a horizontal zipper and a slightly curving vertical zipper. The Twin Track design minimizes the curve to the vertical zipper which can cause the zipper to fail sooner than a straight one, it also allows for a larger and easier to enter doorway. The zippers we use for our doors are larger in size than most other manufacturers. We use only nickel plated zipper sliders on our tents which slide easier and last longer. Designs: Our family tents are specifically designed to give the user the most interior volume possible. By using a combination of steel and fiberglass poles we have combined the straight walls of the cabin tent with the free standing nature of the dome tent to give the camper the best of both tent designs. The free standing nature of most of out family tents makes them easier to position in a campsite and requires less staking which means less time during set up. Our Combo Room allows for more versatility in one tent. The camper can now own a screen house and a tent in one package. The Combo Room also allows the owner to store wet gear in the Combo Room without endangering the sleeping area. The Combo Room will also accept the extra campers that won’t fit in the rear room. Our backpacking tents are designed to provide the maximum amount of living space without weighting too much. We use pin and ring attachments for our poles which are easy to replace should one require it. Poles: We use 19mm steel poles for most of our large family tents. The poles are cable corded together instead of chain corded to reduce the possibility of breakage. We use larger diameter poles and shockcord in most of our products than our competition uses. Our backpacking models use a 7000 series aircraft aluminum which resists cold and cracking unlike fiberglass. Aluminum poles are also lighter than fiberglass poles.
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Gigatent Mount Adams -- $94.95 -- Gigatent Mount Adams This modified 4 pole dome tent provides ample interior space for 4 people. Rectangular floor plan allows for more usable space. The simple design is easy and quick to set up. The large twin track door with its own window makes getting into the tent easy. The 2 large side windows are protected by the rainfly which allows them to be left open while it rains. There is also a window in the back wall as well as 2 large vents in the roof. SPECIFICATIONS Season: 3 Sleeps: 4-5 Minimum Weight: 12 lbs 10oz Pack Weight: 13 lbs 0oz Dimensions: 10’ 0’’ x 7’ 0’’ Interior Height: 62’’ Floor Area: 70 sq ft Pack Size: 28’’ x 7’’ Doors: 1 Window: 4 Rooms: 1 Poles: 7 Pole Material: Fiberglass Floor Material: Polyethylene Wall Material: 190T polyester taffeta 600mm coating Roof Material: 50D no-see-um mesh Netting Material: 50D no-see-um mesh Fly Material: 190T polyester taffeta 800mm coating Stakes: 10 – 7’’ steel What makes Gigatent different? Fabrics: We use materials that are heavier coated than most manufacturers. The coating on fabrics is measured in millimeters. This measurement refers to the height of a column of water that the fabric will support without it coming through. Most of our competitors use a 450mm to 600mm coating on their tents and rain flys. Our tents use a 1200mm to 800mm coating on our rain flys, because the force generated by a storm is greatest on the rain fly. We use an 800mm to 600mm coating on our tent bodies where the force is less direct and weaker. The thinner the coating the less pressure needed to push water through. Zippers: The door zipper design used most in our tents is known as a Twin Track zipper. This means that there are 2 zippers for the door, a horizontal zipper and a slightly curving vertical zipper. The Twin Track design minimizes the curve to the vertical zipper which can cause the zipper to fail sooner than a straight one, it also allows for a larger and easier to enter doorway. The zippers we use for our doors are larger in size than most other manufacturers. We use only nickel plated zipper sliders on our tents which slide easier and last longer. Designs: Our family tents are specifically designed to give the user the most interior volume possible. By using a combination of steel and fiberglass poles we have combined the straight walls of the cabin tent with the free standing nature of the dome tent to give the camper the best of both tent designs. The free standing nature of most of out family tents makes them easier to position in a campsite and requires less staking which means less time during set up. Our Combo Room allows for more versatility in one tent. The camper can now own a screen house and a tent in one package. The Combo Room also allows the owner to store wet gear in the Combo Room without endangering the sleeping area. The Combo Room will also accept the extra campers that won’t fit in the rear room. Our backpacking tents are designed to provide the maximum amount of living space without weighting too much. We use pin and ring attachments for our poles which are easy to replace should one require it. Poles: We use 19mm steel poles for most of our large family tents. The poles are cable corded together instead of chain corded to reduce the possibility of breakage. We use larger diameter poles and shockcord in most of our products than our competition uses. Our backpacking models use a 7000 series aircraft aluminum which resists cold and cracking unlike fiberglass. Aluminum poles are also lighter than fiberglass poles.
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Gigatent White Cap Mountain -- $118.95 -- Gigatent White Cap Mountain This modified dome provides easy set up and 1 large living space. A large twin track door with a window as well as 3 widows in the tent walls and 2 roof vents, vent moisture. A welcome mat and 2 foot lockers at the door keep the interior floor free of dirt and debris. SPECIFICATIONS Season: 3 Sleeps: 6 Minimum Weight: 17 lbs 12oz Pack Weight: 19 lbs 10oz Dimensions: 15’ 0’’ x 9’ 0’’ Interior Height: 72’’ Floor Area: 122.64 sq ft Pack Size: 28’’ x 6’’ Doors: 1 Window: 4 Rooms: 1 Poles: 5 Pole Material: Fiberglass Floor Material: 190T polyester taffeta 800mm coating Wall Material: 190T polyester taffeta 500mmcoating Roof Material: 50D no-see-um mesh Netting Material: 50D no-see-um mesh Fly Material: 190T polyester taffeta 800mmcoating Gear loft: Included Stakes: 18 – 7’’ steel What makes Gigatent different? Fabrics: We use materials that are heavier coated than most manufacturers. The coating on fabrics is measured in millimeters. This measurement refers to the height of a column of water that the fabric will support without it coming through. Most of our competitors use a 450mm to 600mm coating on their tents and rain flys. Our tents use a 1200mm to 800mm coating on our rain flys, because the force generated by a storm is greatest on the rain fly. We use an 800mm to 600mm coating on our tent bodies where the force is less direct and weaker. The thinner the coating the less pressure needed to push water through. Zippers: The door zipper design used most in our tents is known as a Twin Track zipper. This means that there are 2 zippers for the door, a horizontal zipper and a slightly curving vertical zipper. The Twin Track design minimizes the curve to the vertical zipper which can cause the zipper to fail sooner than a straight one, it also allows for a larger and easier to enter doorway. The zippers we use for our doors are larger in size than most other manufacturers. We use only nickel plated zipper sliders on our tents which slide easier and last longer. Designs: Our family tents are specifically designed to give the user the most interior volume possible. By using a combination of steel and fiberglass poles we have combined the straight walls of the cabin tent with the free standing nature of the dome tent to give the camper the best of both tent designs. The free standing nature of most of out family tents makes them easier to position in a campsite and requires less staking which means less time during set up. Our Combo Room allows for more versatility in one tent. The camper can now own a screen house and a tent in one package. The Combo Room also allows the owner to store wet gear in the Combo Room without endangering the sleeping area. The Combo Room will also accept the extra campers that won’t fit in the rear room. Our backpacking tents are designed to provide the maximum amount of living space without weighting too much. We use pin and ring attachments for our poles which are easy to replace should one require it. Poles: We use 19mm steel poles for most of our large family tents. The poles are cable corded together instead of chain corded to reduce the possibility of breakage. We use larger diameter poles and shockcord in most of our products than our competition uses. Our backpacking models use a 7000 series aircraft aluminum which resists cold and cracking unlike fiberglass. Aluminum poles are also lighter than fiberglass poles.
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Gigatent Wolf Mountain -- $159.95 -- Gigatent Wolf Mountain This large modified 3 room dome is easy and quick to set up. It also provides plenty of interior volume and floor space. There are three twin track doors which provide easy access to the rooms. The dividers are removable allowing for one large room or three rooms. There are four windows in the tent and 2 large roof vents for air flow. A bath tub floor helps keep things dry. SPECIFICATIONS Season: 3 Sleeps: 8 Minimum Weight: 24 lbs Pack Weight: 25 lbs Dimensions: 15’’ 0’ x 9’ 0’’ Interior Height: 74” Floor Area: 18’ x 10’ Pack Size: 31’’ x 9’’ Doors: 3 Window: 4 Rooms: 3 Poles: 5 Pole Material: Fiberglass Floor Material: 190T polyester taffeta 500mm coating Wall Material: 190T polyester taffeta 500mm coating Roof Material: 50D no-see-um mesh Netting Material: 50D no-see-um mesh Fly Material: 190T polyester taffeta 1200mm coating Stakes: 16 – 7’’ What makes Gigatent different? Fabrics: We use materials that are heavier coated than most manufacturers. The coating on fabrics is measured in millimeters. This measurement refers to the height of a column of water that the fabric will support without it coming through. Most of our competitors use a 450mm to 600mm coating on their tents and rain flys. Our tents use a 1200mm to 800mm coating on our rain flys, because the force generated by a storm is greatest on the rain fly. We use an 800mm to 600mm coating on our tent bodies where the force is less direct and weaker. The thinner the coating the less pressure needed to push water through. Zippers: The door zipper design used most in our tents is known as a Twin Track zipper. This means that there are 2 zippers for the door, a horizontal zipper and a slightly curving vertical zipper. The Twin Track design minimizes the curve to the vertical zipper which can cause the zipper to fail sooner than a straight one, it also allows for a larger and easier to enter doorway. The zippers we use for our doors are larger in size than most other manufacturers. We use only nickel plated zipper sliders on our tents which slide easier and last longer. Designs: Our family tents are specifically designed to give the user the most interior volume possible. By using a combination of steel and fiberglass poles we have combined the straight walls of the cabin tent with the free standing nature of the dome tent to give the camper the best of both tent designs. The free standing nature of most of out family tents makes them easier to position in a campsite and requires less staking which means less time during set up. Our Combo Room allows for more versatility in one tent. The camper can now own a screen house and a tent in one package. The Combo Room also allows the owner to store wet gear in the Combo Room without endangering the sleeping area. The Combo Room will also accept the extra campers that won’t fit in the rear room. Our backpacking tents are designed to provide the maximum amount of living space without weighting too much. We use pin and ring attachments for our poles which are easy to replace should one require it. Poles: We use 19mm steel poles for most of our large family tents. The poles are cable corded together instead of chain corded to reduce the possibility of breakage. We use larger diameter poles and shockcord in most of our products than our competition uses. Our backpacking models use a 7000 series aircraft aluminum which resists cold and cracking unlike fiberglass. Aluminum poles are also lighter than fiberglass poles.
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Gigatent Screenhouses and Canopies protect from sun and bugs. Gigatent Screenhouses and Canopies include Gigatent Big Top Canopy, Gigatent Corona Canopy, Gigatent Dual Identity Screen House, Gigatent Simplicity Screen House and Gigatent Solar Flare Canopy.


Gigatent Big Top Canopy -- $114.95 -- Gigatent Big Top Canopy CANOPY COLOR IS BLUE THIS YEAR! This shelter is as simple as you can get; the free standing frame and short canopy allow for 360 deg views while still offering plenty of rain and sun protection. SPECIFICATIONS Pack Weight: 34 lbs 0oz Dimensions: 10’ x 10’ Interior Height: 9’’ – 101’’ Eave Height: 65’’ – 71’’ Floor Area: 100 sq ft Pack Size: 30’’ x 8’’ Pole Material: Power coded frame Roof Material: 190T polyester taffeta 800mm coating Stakes: 8 – 10’’ steel nail What makes Gigatent different? Gigatent screen houses and canopies are designed to provide you with dependable protection to make your outings dry, bug free and enjoyable. Gigatent screen houses will give you plenty of room for a picnic table and provide shelter from a sudden shower. The canopies Gigatent offers are easy to set up and are made to protect you from the sun as well as rain. Gigatent products combine the best possible materials with proven designs to provide you with a product that will last for many years. Fabrics: We use materials that are heavier coated than most manufacturers. The coating on fabrics is measured in millimeters. This measurement refers to the height of a column of water that the fabric will support without it coming through. Most of our competitors use a 450mm to 600mm coating on their tents and rain flys. Our tents use a 1200mm to 800mm coating on our rain flys, because the force generated by a storm is greatest on the rain fly. We use an 800mm to 600mm coating on our tent bodies where the force is less direct and weaker. The thinner the coating the less pressure needed to push water through. Zippers: The door zipper design used most in our tents is known as a Twin Track zipper. This means that there are 2 zippers for the door, a horizontal zipper and a slightly curving vertical zipper. The Twin Track design minimizes the curve to the vertical zipper which can cause the zipper to fail sooner than a straight one, it also allows for a larger and easier to enter doorway. The zippers we use for our doors are larger in size than most other manufacturers. We use only nickel plated zipper sliders on our tents which slide easier and last longer. Poles: We use 19mm steel poles for most of our large family tents. The poles are cable corded together instead of chain corded to reduce the possibility of breakage. We use larger diameter poles and shockcord in most of our products than our competition uses. Our backpacking models use a 7000 series aircraft aluminum which resists cold and cracking unlike fiberglass. Aluminum poles are also lighter than fiberglass poles.
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Gigatent Dual Identity Screen House -- $109.95 -- Gigatent Dual Identity Screen House The Dual Identity is 2 shelters in one. When you need shade set up the gazebo and when the bugs are harassing you attach the screen sides to the inside of the frame. Versatility is the biggest plus to this shelter. Free standing and easy to assemble as well as a large amount of interior space set this shelter apart from others in its class. 2 large doors make entry simple. The Dual Identity is large enough for several chairs or a picnic table. SPECIFICATIONS Pack Weight: 37 lbs Dimensions: 10’ x 10’ Interior Height: 80’’ Eave Height: 69’’ Floor Area: 100 sq ft Pack Size: 32’’ x 11’’ Pole Material: Cable coded steel Roof Material: 190T polyester taffeta 450mm coating Netting Material: Polyester mosquito mesh Stakes: 8 – 7’’ steel nail What makes Gigatent different? Gigatent screen houses and canopies are designed to provide you with dependable protection to make your outings dry, bug free and enjoyable. Gigatent screen houses will give you plenty of room for a picnic table and provide shelter from a sudden shower. The canopies Gigatent offers are easy to set up and are made to protect you from the sun as well as rain. Gigatent products combine the best possible materials with proven designs to provide you with a product that will last for many years. Fabrics: We use materials that are heavier coated than most manufacturers. The coating on fabrics is measured in millimeters. This measurement refers to the height of a column of water that the fabric will support without it coming through. Most of our competitors use a 450mm to 600mm coating on their tents and rain flys. Our tents use a 1200mm to 800mm coating on our rain flys, because the force generated by a storm is greatest on the rain fly. We use an 800mm to 600mm coating on our tent bodies where the force is less direct and weaker. The thinner the coating the less pressure needed to push water through. Zippers: The door zipper design used most in our tents is known as a Twin Track zipper. This means that there are 2 zippers for the door, a horizontal zipper and a slightly curving vertical zipper. The Twin Track design minimizes the curve to the vertical zipper which can cause the zipper to fail sooner than a straight one, it also allows for a larger and easier to enter doorway. The zippers we use for our doors are larger in size than most other manufacturers. We use only nickel plated zipper sliders on our tents which slide easier and last longer. Poles: We use 19mm steel poles for most of our large family tents. The poles are cable corded together instead of chain corded to reduce the possibility of breakage. We use larger diameter poles and shockcord in most of our products than our competition uses. Our backpacking models use a 7000 series aircraft aluminum which resists cold and cracking unlike fiberglass. Aluminum poles are also lighter than fiberglass poles.
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Gigatent Simplicity Screen House -- $119.95 -- Gigatent Simplicity Screen House This is a simple free standing screen house with big features. Large mesh side walls offer panoramic views while still providing plenty of protection. Vertical side walls increase space inside while 2 large doors allow you to quickly escape from the bugs. The use of steel and fiberglass poles offers a combination of space and stability while remaining easy to assemble. SPECIFICATIONS Pack Weight: 25 lbs Dimensions: 11’ x 11’ Interior Height: 84’’ Eave Height: 69’’ Floor Area: 121 sq ft Pack Size: 28’’ x 10’’ Pole Material: Cable corded steel , fiberglass Roof Material: 190T polyester taffeta 1000mm coating Netting Material: 50D no-see-um mesh Stakes: 10 – 7’’ steel What makes Gigatent different? Gigatent screen houses and canopies are designed to provide you with dependable protection to make your outings dry, bug free and enjoyable. Gigatent screen houses will give you plenty of room for a picnic table and provide shelter from a sudden shower. The canopies Gigatent offers are easy to set up and are made to protect you from the sun as well as rain. Gigatent products combine the best possible materials with proven designs to provide you with a product that will last for many years. Fabrics: We use materials that are heavier coated than most manufacturers. The coating on fabrics is measured in millimeters. This measurement refers to the height of a column of water that the fabric will support without it coming through. Most of our competitors use a 450mm to 600mm coating on their tents and rain flys. Our tents use a 1200mm to 800mm coating on our rain flys, because the force generated by a storm is greatest on the rain fly. We use an 800mm to 600mm coating on our tent bodies where the force is less direct and weaker. The thinner the coating the less pressure needed to push water through. Zippers: The door zipper design used most in our tents is known as a Twin Track zipper. This means that there are 2 zippers for the door, a horizontal zipper and a slightly curving vertical zipper. The Twin Track design minimizes the curve to the vertical zipper which can cause the zipper to fail sooner than a straight one, it also allows for a larger and easier to enter doorway. The zippers we use for our doors are larger in size than most other manufacturers. We use only nickel plated zipper sliders on our tents which slide easier and last longer. Poles: We use 19mm steel poles for most of our large family tents. The poles are cable corded together instead of chain corded to reduce the possibility of breakage. We use larger diameter poles and shockcord in most of our products than our competition uses. Our backpacking models use a 7000 series aircraft aluminum which resists cold and cracking unlike fiberglass. Aluminum poles are also lighter than fiberglass poles.
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Gigatent Solar Flare Canopy -- $64.95 -- Gigatent Solar Flare Canopy This free standing canopy is seen in every campground in every state. The design is simple and proven. The splayed legs offer a small degree more wind stability than its vertical leg brothers but offers a little less coverage. Extra stakes and lines are provided for windy conditions. Poly top resists sun damage. SPECIFICATIONS Pack Weight: 23 lbs Dimensions: 10’ x 10’ Interior Height: 98’’ Eave Height: 69’’ Floor Area: 100 sq ft Pack Size: 31’’ x 8’’ Pole Material: Cable corded steel Roof Material: Polyethylene Stakes: 8 – 7’’ stee What makes Gigatent different? Gigatent screen houses and canopies are designed to provide you with dependable protection to make your outings dry, bug free and enjoyable. Gigatent screen houses will give you plenty of room for a picnic table and provide shelter from a sudden shower. The canopies Gigatent offers are easy to set up and are made to protect you from the sun as well as rain. Gigatent products combine the best possible materials with proven designs to provide you with a product that will last for many years. Fabrics: We use materials that are heavier coated than most manufacturers. The coating on fabrics is measured in millimeters. This measurement refers to the height of a column of water that the fabric will support without it coming through. Most of our competitors use a 450mm to 600mm coating on their tents and rain flys. Our tents use a 1200mm to 800mm coating on our rain flys, because the force generated by a storm is greatest on the rain fly. We use an 800mm to 600mm coating on our tent bodies where the force is less direct and weaker. The thinner the coating the less pressure needed to push water through. Zippers: The door zipper design used most in our tents is known as a Twin Track zipper. This means that there are 2 zippers for the door, a horizontal zipper and a slightly curving vertical zipper. The Twin Track design minimizes the curve to the vertical zipper which can cause the zipper to fail sooner than a straight one, it also allows for a larger and easier to enter doorway. The zippers we use for our doors are larger in size than most other manufacturers. We use only nickel plated zipper sliders on our tents which slide easier and last longer. Poles: We use 19mm steel poles for most of our large family tents. The poles are cable corded together instead of chain corded to reduce the possibility of breakage. We use larger diameter poles and shockcord in most of our products than our competition uses. Our backpacking models use a 7000 series aircraft aluminum which resists cold and cracking unlike fiberglass. Aluminum poles are also lighter than fiberglass poles.
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