Coleman WeatherMaster 10 Tent With Hinged Front Door

Coleman WeatherMaster 10 Tent With Hinged Front Door

Want a big honking tent? The WeatherMaster from Coleman has 3 rooms and sleeps 10 people comfortably. This tent sets up easy with a fantastic hinged front door. Once you get used to that I believe it would be kind of hard to go back to a no structure door.

Below you will find out more of the features, measurements and ventilation that Coleman calls its Comfort System. There are more pictures below to help you see what the description is describing.

Roomy enough for the whole gang, the Coleman WeatherMaster 10 Tent is designed for easy setup. The WeatherMaster 10 sleeps 10 people comfortably in three rooms; it has a footprint of 17’x9′ and a center height of 6’4″. Color-coded pole sleeves, an exclusive pin-and-ring design, and InstaClip attachments make setup a breeze with the 19mm steel poles.

Coleman WeatherMaster 10 TentThe two-room tent offers room for the whole family, while a mesh ceiling optimizes air flow and keeps the interior fresh.

The Coleman WeatherMaster 10 Tent has two rooms and plenty of space for the entire family. Up to ten campers can sleep easily inside thanks to the 17-by-nine-inch (W x D) footprint and six-foot, four-inch center height. Two doors (including a patent-pending hinged front door) offer easy in-and-out access.

Coleman’s Comfort System allows excellent ventilation control via Variflow adjustable airflow, a vented Cool-Air privacy Port, privacy vent window, and all-mesh ceiling. A convenient electrical access port lets you run a cord from your device in the tent to an outside power source, while an interior gear pocket helps you keep things organized.

Setup is quick and simple thanks two color-coded poles and continuous pole sleeves, shock-corded fiberglass poles, an exclusive pin-and-ring design, and InstaClip attachments. Straightforward instructions are sewn into the convenient carry bag, and separate stake and pole bags are also included.

Coleman’s WeatherTec System
This proprietary series of inter-working features keeps the weather where it belongs (outside the tent) at all times.


The Coleman Limited Warranty
Coleman has been in business for more than 100 years, and continues to produce high-quality, affordable tents, lanterns, table-top stoves, and more. All Coleman products have a warranty against defects in material and workmanship, and the WeatherMaster 10 Tent includes a limited one-year manufacturer’s warranty.

About Coleman Outdoor Products
More than 100 years ago, an entrepreneurial young man named W.C. Coleman had an idea for manufacturing better lanterns in Wichita, Kansas. A century later, Coleman’s current catalog features a wide-ranging array of products that make spending time outside a pleasure. The company crafts coolers that keep food and drinks cold for days, airbeds that are comfortable and won’t deflate during the night, a complete line of bright and long-lasting LED lights, powerful portable grills that cook with an authentic open-grill flame, and more.

Product Features

WeatherMaster 10

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Abhrams says:

This tent is amazing I’ve just read all the other reviews here and I just don’t get it. I purchased this tent in summer of ’10. Anyone who camps knows the first thing you need to do is put some Camp Dry on your tent. We set the tent up and put Camp Dry on it. The next night we got hit with what felt like a monsoon. It was literally 24 straight hours of non-stop pouring rain. We were dry as could be. We camp a lot and everyone raves about our tent when they see it. As far as set-up goes, this tent is easier than any I’ve ever set up. Basically 3 poles and your done. One person can do it in 20 minutes or so but a team of two can have it done it 5 minutes. Its just me and my girlfriend who use it so there is TONS of room. The swinging door is an awesome feature and on nice evenings when you open all the windows and the rain fly is off you get a cool breeze blowing through even on the hottest of nights. As far as water puddling, make sure you pull the rain fly tight. The water is going to run off and pool around the tent but if you’ve done your job and put camp dry on all of the seams you’ll be dry as can be. I highly recommend this tent to anyone looking for a good quality inexpensive large tent. But do yourself a favor, buy a tarp big enough to fit under the tent for floor coverage and use camp dry on the tent. You’ll have no problems.

Robert Vanorden says:

Excellent For The Dollars Went round and round for a large tent for car camping, you know, when the whole tribe goes.Got out this weekend for the first time with the WeatherMaster 10.1) Setup was easy with one person, pretty windy so the fly was a little bit of a challenge, but doable alone.2) Well made, well designed product. We had three full size men in there, all with oversized cots and all our gear. Pleanty of room.3) Ventilates really well.4. FULL DAY of steady rain on Saturday, found only one leak in a corner, maybe 3 tablespoons of water; didn’t have time to get the seams sealed before heading out. Will cover that when I set it up to clean. Did very well though, it was a LOT of rain.Very happy with the purchase.

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