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This 11-person instant tent requires no assembly because the poles are pre-attached to the tent, just unfold and extend. Enjoy the panoramic views with the extra-large windows and shade porch. It will comfortably fit two queen air beds or up to 11 campers in sleeping bags on the floor. Keep yourself organized and connected with the included two storage pockets, gear loft and electrical cord access. -slickdewmaster

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Ozark Trail 11-Person 17' x 15' Instant Hexagon Cabin Tent $105 + Free Shipping

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I've bought 3 Ozark tents in the last couple years. I haven't used them. The packaging holds up well on my basement shelving.
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I have several Ozarks, and several Coleman's. There is zero practical difference. Save your money and get an Ozark. Either way, waterproofing spray is your friend Wink

I have been in downpours with high winds multiple times in Ozark tents with zero issues. Staking out your tent properly is the most important aspect to staying dry inside, followed by waterproofing spray. A tarp under the tent also helps, but not as important as the other two (tarp under is more to protect integrity of the tent tub from rocks/roots/etc.)
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I have used an ozark tent in the rain several times with no leaks and it kept us dry. The only reason I dont still have that tent is because the last time I used it in the rain I didnt let it dry properly before folding it up and it was covered in mold when I opened it back up so into the trash it went.
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Seems like a great price
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We have the 16 person ozark. We love it. This price is great!
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CCC best price was $123. This is pretty good!
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thanks in for 1!
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I used to camp with friends that cheaper out on Ozark Trail gear. Anytime it rained hard I would be the only one dry in my Coleman while everyone else was swimming in their cheap tents.
I have used an ozark tent in the rain several times with no leaks and it kept us dry. The only reason I dont still have that tent is because the last time I used it in the rain I didnt let it dry properly before folding it up and it was covered in mold when I opened it back up so into the trash it went.
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I have used an ozark tent in the rain several times with no leaks and it kept us dry. The only reason I dont still have that tent is because the last time I used it in the rain I didnt let it dry properly before folding it up and it was covered in mold when I opened it back up so into the trash it went.
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Ozark trail is Walmart's cheap brand from china. The quality is poor. I have one
I have several Ozarks, and several Coleman's. There is zero practical difference. Save your money and get an Ozark. Either way, waterproofing spray is your friend Wink

I have been in downpours with high winds multiple times in Ozark tents with zero issues. Staking out your tent properly is the most important aspect to staying dry inside, followed by waterproofing spray. A tarp under the tent also helps, but not as important as the other two (tarp under is more to protect integrity of the tent tub from rocks/roots/etc.)
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Ozark trail is Walmart's cheap brand from china. The quality is poor. I have one
I buy a lot of Ozark Trail stuff and it held up more than fine.

I'm still using my 40 oz tumblers about 5 years later and other than a cap I cracked dropping one of them 12 feet, theres minor dents from dropping those 5+ feet onto concrete.

The small 2 person tent I purchased a few years back also held up against wind and rain so for the brand, you more than get what you pay for if you take care of it.
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I used to camp with friends that cheaper out on Ozark Trail gear. Anytime it rained hard I would be the only one dry in my Coleman while everyone else was swimming in their cheap tents.
And I've replaced 3 Coleman tents that were only a half dozen or so uses in because first time they were exposed to any rain above a light drizzle, there would be puddles in it. Ozark Trail may be cheap, but Coleman isn't exactly a gold standard either. And if my tent is going to essentially be disposable after a half-dozen uses anyway I'd rather it be a few bucks cheaper when I have to replace it.

But that's just like, my opinion.
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I've bought 3 Ozark tents in the last couple years. I haven't used them. The packaging holds up well on my basement shelving.
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ozark trial is a walmart brand and generally of lower quality. you generally won't find hard core campers using this brand. but for a once a year trip you may get some use out of it.

coleman product quality has been on the decline for many years so not sure they are worth a premium anymore.

if you really need a big tent the browning big horn is one of the best options. made by alps with a lifetime warranty.but comes at a premium price. always look for a tub design base that way the seams are not at ground level which can cause leaks.

all tents should be seam sealed any preferably water resistant sprayed. make sure to prep the campsite well (No rocks that can puncture the base). an put a tarp under it as added protection, but roll up the tarp edges under the tent so as not to draw water between the tent and tarp. a good quality tent that is properly sealed can last for many years, but a poor quality tent not properly sealed will surely get you wet. tents should be stored perfectly dry or they will mold.
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