Eureka Timberline SQ 4XT Tent

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Eureka Timberline SQ 4XT 4 – person Tent : Backpacking Tents : Sports & Outdoors

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Price :  $269.96
Product Code :  B00C37E40U
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.2 Large end (door) windows are closable and 2 large roof vents (non-closable) for improved ventilation.2 doors with Hi/Lo venting lets warm air flow out from the top while letting cool air in from the bottom.Full coverage fly protects the tent and occupants from inclement weather.Polyester RipStop fly is tough and durable and won't stretch when wet.Front storage vestibule is built right onto the fly for easy set up and excess/wet gear storage.Front vestibule is vented for even better air circulation.4 interior storage pockets help with organization.All clip set up is fast and easy.Post and grommet pole to body connection is fast and simple.Lite-Set footprint optional – allows you to set up the fly with just the poles – leave the body home – lightweight option – Lite set weight 6 lbs 14 oz.Rear vestibule wings protect the rear door from weather.External guy points to keep the tent stable in storms and high winds.Special pole anodizing process used is GREENER (less polluting) than other aluminum poles.All carry sacks included.Fire retardant.Import..

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 26 x 9 x 8 inches ; 13.9 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 13.9 pounds
  • ASIN: B00C37E40U
  • Item model number: Eureka

Customer Reviews

This is a great tent. We loved the original TL4, This one has some great upgrades. I would recommend the Timberline SQ 4XT.

10 people found this helpful.
 on August 29, 2015
By MorrowDad
My family used the original Timberline 4 person tent for decades, and was pleased with its performance. It was time for a new tent so we bought this Eureka Timberline SQ 4XT 4 – person Tent. We just returned from a camping trip and I’m pleased to report that this is a great tent. The SQ 4XT is well made like the original, but there have been many improvements. The addition of the back door, with full screen window makes loading and unloading much easier. The roof spreader provides some extra head room, and the built in vestibule not only provides extra covered space, but it also provides some privacy with the front door or window open. There was not a lot of rain during our trip, but the bathtub style floor, and sealed rain-fly should keep us dry. This is a great tent and I would recommend it.

a very nice quality tent

2 people found this helpful.
 on July 15, 2016
By Ray D
Best tent I’ve owned. Kept me bone dry in many Smokey Mountain downpours. Goes up easily but you must stake it down. Plenty of room. I use it as a one man plus gear. Two people and gear not too bad. 3 dudes and gear is outside. Four adults will be crammed, they also better be small 5 ft tall types. Forget gear inside. Good durability.

great tent

One person found this helpful.
 on October 2, 2013
By Nancy L. Reynolds
large size, well made, roomy, will be great for older scouts, sturdy, very happy with this purchase, will plan to purchase more

Five Stars

 on July 4, 2016
By Amazon Customer
Very well built

A great tent with a minor complaint

12 people found this helpful.
 on January 24, 2011
Got this tent just in time for a weekend camping trip.


2 people found this helpful.
 on June 3, 2013
By Keith Nidy
The tent is great ! The high bathtub sides are a plus and the end poles are attached to each other .the boors on both ends is a great feture The Eureka timberline tent are good tents this is far better than the timberline.

really happy with this tent

2 people found this helpful.
 on July 13, 2014
By B
I’ve had every tent from a one man gore tex big to full blown canvas outfitters tents and for weekends with the family this is awesome. The first night out this weekend with our new timberline sq4, we had a really nasty thunderstorm and it rained hard, and I mean hard, for several hours. With a proper ground cloth and a nice tight set up we had zero leaks and we stayed nice and dry. Very roomy and great for two adults and two kids. Double doors and the new spreader bar are great features. Easy set up and teardown. The only con is the cheap stakes. Throw them away and get 2 bags of kelty no bendium stakes and a good ground tarp.

Performs exactly as expected

4 people found this helpful.
 on May 18, 2011
The good: After practicing once at home, this tent only took about 10 minutes to set up solo. The fly attaches with quick release buckles, and the front corner of the tent and fly are done in a different color than the other 3 to ensure you’re doing it the right way, and I skipped the step to put the spreader bar in the fly’s pockets. It’s nearly impossible, turns a 10 minute setup into half an hour, and I doubt it’s necessary. The tent is very well ventillated with the tarp on, and there is ample room under the integral vestibule for muddy boots. The fly also attaches to the sides of the tent with toggles versus snaps, ties, etc. to speed setup. The frame also seems much stronger than the older timberline 2 & 4 frames. Having the hub integrated in the “A” of the frame also speeds setup. Floor size is certainly suitable for 2 guys on cots…if you are against the side of the tent, you are against mesh, with a couple inches between you and the fly, so you aren’t going to get wet from condensation. The pre-done seam sealing seems very well done, as well. The vestibule is vented with a covered mesh vent that is held open at the bottom with a plastic wire…a nice improvement over the old timberline “tube vent” on their vestibules.

Eureka Timberline SQ 4XT

2 people found this helpful.
 on August 20, 2013
By Oste
I am a previous owner of two previous Timberline 4XT’s over the last 20 years. Last fall I was away from my campsite and some significant weather blew through the area and I suffered significant damage to the tent, though my belongings in the tent stayed dry. The A-frame design isn’t the best wind capable design but I have been through many significant storms & winds previously without anything more than slightly tweaked poles.


 on July 22, 2016
By Dustin Dodson
It’s great, I have had the older version of the Timberline for about 15 years, it was time to replace it, I looked at Bass Pro headquarters in Springfield, Mo. And they were still selling the old model for the same price I paid for this one, and this one is great, all the best qualities of the old model, same easy set up, but better material and the colors are cool. Nice vestibule, quality stakes, and nice poles.

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