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Coleman Canyon Breeze 10 Person Tent
Amazon Price: $349.99 (as of December 7, 2016 11:09 pm –
The brand new Coleman Canyon Breeze Tent sleeps 10 people and has a 7' 5" center height! You will never be scrunched in this model, as it has room enough for 3 queen sized beds, and you can keep all of your stuff organized with the two hanging tent storage organizers that are included. Perhaps the best feature of this tent is the WeatherTec System, that keeps you dry–Guaranteed. Not only that, but the Canyon Breeze Tent includes a built-in LED lighting system, and fan!
- Product Dimensions: 34 x 14 x 13.5 inches ; 54.5 pounds
- Shipping Weight: 55 pounds
- ASIN: B0064XF6UQ
- Item model number: 2000008916
Great tent with some weak spots
35 people found this helpful.
Great, roomy tent. Plastic hubs are weak. Broke one the first time I put it up. It’s best to insert the tent poles into the hub first, then into the bottom clips. When removing the tent poles, it’s best to remove them from the bottom clips before removing them from the hub.
22 people found this helpful.
This is a follow up review on this tent. We took it out for a 4 day weekend stay and had a great time with it. We had hard rain, 20-25 mph winds and 39 degree temps!! The tent held up just great. However, this tent is not for cold weather!! Had 2 small propane heaters going and it barely made a difference. The entire top of the tent is netting which will be great for this summer in the desert of S central Az. The light which comes with the tent is really quite good, don’t need 150W out in the middle of nowhere! Needless to say, we didn’t use the fan! We really love this tent and it had a real work out. Roomy, my oh my we have a lot of room in this tent and can stand up in it and walk around, along with a Q size air bed! Can’t go wrong with this one!!
Coleman hit a home run with the Canyon Breeze.
9 people found this helpful.
Best tent I’ve every owned and I’ve been camping for 50 years! One could be as dumb as a mud fence and as long as you could figure out that red went together with red and so on you could get this tent up fast. It took me and my youngest son, 21, and my daughter, 13 about 25 min to set it up. Everything fit together well and workmanship of the sewing was wonderful.
19 people found this helpful.
I guess I will be the 1st to write a real review for this tent. Clearly you will not want to take it backpacking in the Rockies or along the Appalachian Trail since it is a 10 person tent, anyone with common sense will know that. For those who say it cant be put together by 1 person or complain that the hubs break or that other small fragile pieces are broken inside the tent should just stick to roughing it in a Hampton Inn… Theyre not metal and if you force it the wait its not supposed to be done it will happen. My husband has not been camping since he was a boy scout and was able to put this tent up by himself with little effort. If you can read directions and have some sense its fairly easy to do. Its carrying case is the size of a duffle bag and if you pay attention to how you unfold it, it will fit perfectly back in its place. It is big enough inside for him to stand comfortably without crouching or stooping and hes 6’2. LOTS of ventilation and with the rainfly off you can see the beautiful night time sky perfectly. We have no complaints about this tent other than the fact of others that cant write a truthful and helpful review.
Great family tent
One person found this helpful.
Really great tent for a large family, one of the best I have owned, make sure you put rain fly on right or you get a little wicking inside. That being said we went on a trip and it was a terrential downpour for a week, and we had pretty minimal wettness for how wet it was outside, if you have ever been camping you would have been impressed at how this stood up. Will surely hold 10 regular sized people, if your small, I could see this fitting more, we had 8 people and the two adults took up the wwhole middle with a very comfy large queeen air matress, buy, you wont be upset.
This is the best tent ever
This is the best tent ever. Have used it for the past three yearly camping trips and it has held up to substantial abuse with not so much as a tear. 2 adults 3 kids and 120 pound dog in and out of this tent…and nothing has broken or failed to work on this tent. Set up was easy. Very spacious and you can comfortably stand in this tent. Everything about it is well constructed. I love this tent.
Outstanding ventilation for summertime camping, shoddy (but fixable) tabs.
2 people found this helpful.
We have had this tent for several years. We have used it at the beach, backyard camping, and some state-park camping here in Texas. This light-weight, well-ventilated tent is well suited to family camping in the southern arid regions. I don’t think it is designed to stand up against much cold or rain.
Rain? Not a problem!
2 people found this helpful.
Finally got a chance to take our tent out this past weekend, and we couldn’t be any happier! Traveling this trip were 3 adults, a teenager, and two young children. The tent took us about half an hour to set up – and most of that was us getting slowed down by the five year old trying to help! We slept with two queen air mattresses and two twin mattresses, and still had plenty of room to walk around. We didn’t put the walls up this trip, but will for other trips, I’m sure. Friday night, we had a torrential down pour – about 6 inches of heavy rain – and the tent held up just fine! The walls got a little damp, but we didn’t have any puddles inside, or any problems at all. So very, VERY happy with this tent, can’t wait to use it for many years to come!
7 people found this helpful.
We bought this tent last year after the wind shredded our old Coleman tent. I am 5′ 3″ and managed to put this tent together in the backyard as a test run, all on my own, without any help. The only problem I had was the light/fan, I couldn’t reach the top center of the tent to connect it. Had to go get a step ladder from the house to connect that part. This year I will be headed out a day early on our first trip and will have to set up the tent on my own. I am planning to crawl into the tent before I put it up and connect the light. That way, when I lift up the tent, the light is already connection and I don’t have to wonder how this short stuff is going to get that light connected. The tent is very tall, no ducking required at all!