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Three Season Tents

Three season tents are lightweight, portable tents made from nylon or polyester with bug mesh and rainflies for use when hiking, canoeing, kayaking, ATVing or car camping.
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About Three Season Tents

Three season tents are the mainstay for anyone spending time in the outdoors through spring, summer and fall. Available in various configurations and sizes, they offer a "home away from home" while spnding time in the back or front country.

Our Three Season Tents

We stock only the best in Three Season Tents so you can rest assured knowing you're COEC Equipped.
Exped Lyra II Tent
Exped Lyra II TentThe Exped Lyra II tent is a two-person, three season tent that features 2 doors and 2 vestibules, is extremely quick and easy to set up, and packs up small and compact, weighing in at a mere 2.1 kg (4.6 lbs). The top portion of the tent is mesh, which makes for excellent ventilation and star gazing on clear nights, and Exped's usual attention to detail and functional touches permeate throughout the tent design and construction.
Exped Outer Space III Tent
Exped Outer Space III TentThe Exped Outer Space III tent is a three season tent that goes up quick and easy, and is well suited to two to three person use, or can be used for couples with children or pets, as the rainfly provides a large covered area adjacent to the tent that can be configured to provide shelter, or a play space and negate the need of a tarp.
Exped Outer Space III Tent Footprint
Exped Outer Space III Tent FootprintThe Exped Outer Space III tent footprint is a ground sheet under layer to protect the bottom of the tent from abrasion and dirt, and also provides a floor covering for the expansive vestibule.
Lyra II Tent Footprint
Sold Out Lyra II Tent FootprintThe Exped Lyra II tent footprint is designed as a ground sheet under layer to protect the bottom of the tent from dirt and abrasion, as well providing covered areas in the vestibules to decrease the amount of dirt entering the tent canopy.
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