Review: Is The Coleman 2 Person Pop Up Tent An Instant Tent

We experienced some very high winds when camping in southern Utah and although it was very noisy (like all tents in the wind) I never felt like the whole thing was going to blow away. There are also two guy lines on each end you can use to secure the wind/rain cover to the ground as well. Shawna Newman is the editor-in-chief of Active Weekender, a website that provides resources — from gear recommendations to beginner tips — to people looking to plan outdoor adventures. Her favorite outdoor activity is hiking, and she is on a quest to visit every national park in the U.S. James has been escaping to the outdoors for as long as he can remember.

The Coleman 6 person instant tent cabin is a savior sent to anyone who hates pitching a tent. There is no administration fee charged for entering into a special coleman ice chest payments plan. Each month during an equal payments plan you are required to pay in full by the due date that month’s equal payments plan instalment.

With a little seam sealant though, the Skydome will be able to last a few hours under heavy rain. On top of that, the black fabric itself was damp, and the tent was overall pretty drenched. On top of that, the Skydome comes with this removable gear loft for more storage space if you need it. Also, instead of a door pocket, it has these 2 latches by the side to tie the door fabric up, which takes a lot more fumbling and a lot more time.

The fabric on these instant tents block light and reduce heat, which means longer sleep ins, and getting the kids to bed early. They are great family tents, suit the nocturnal type and have even been considered for use as photography darkrooms, although we cannot guarantee their suitability here. Because the Coleman 2 person instant tent coleman sundome is so small it actually does pretty well in cold weather. Because there is no wind/rain cover the Abco Tech pop up tent is not as waterproof as the Coleman and is better for fair weather weekend camping. When people ask me what affordable instant tent they can buy for small weekend outings I always suggest the Coleman pop up tents.

I’ve used this tent in windstorms, rainstorms, hot sunny days, and cold fall nights and everything is still as good as new. If the pop-up tent was wet when I put it away I just pop it open when I get home and let it dry out. It’s really easy and not nearly as much of a hassle as drying a regular tent. You don’t have to worry about it blowing away in the wind or finding a place to store it because it’s attached permanently. The wind cover is extremely easy to remove so you can enjoy the breeze or lay under the stars at night protected from mosquitoes.