Set up a home base with some extra sleeping space with the Coleman® WeatherMaster® 10-Person Tent. If it rains, this tent Keeps You Dry…Guaranteed™, thanks to the WeatherTec™ system, which uses a tub floor with patented corner welds, protected seams, and a covered zipper to help keep water out. Meahwhile, the strong frame is tested to withstand 35+ MPH winds. Additionally, angled windows, which you can keep open in the rain, help keep the water out while allowing for extra air circulation. A hinged door makes for easy comings and goings. Setup is simple with snag-free, continuous pole sleeves; the patented pin-and-ring system; and snag-free Insta-Clip™ suspension. Inside, a room divider provides extra privacy for your entire group as they relax in a space large enough for up to three queen airbeds. When it's time to head home, the tent easily packs up into an expandable carry bag with a rip strip until you're off on your next adventure.
• WeatherTec™ system – Keeps You Dry…Guaranteed™
• Tub floor with patented corner welds, protected seams, and a covered zipper help keep water out
• Strong frame is tested to withstand 35+ MPH winds
• Hinged door for easy entry and exit
• Room divider for extra privacy
• Angled windows keep the rain out when the windows are open
• Snag-free, continuous pole sleeves for easy setup
• Patented pin-and-ring system helps keep corner pole connections from slipping
• Insta-Clip™ suspension lets you secure your tent to your poles in a snap
• Storage pockets to keep your gear organized
• Durable, Polyguard™ fabric is made to last season after season
• Included rainfly for extra weather protection
• Expandable carry bag lets you tear away the rip strip for easy packing
• Easy setup in about 20 minutes
• Spacious interior has room for 3 queen airbeds
• 17 x 9 ft.
• 6 ft. 8 in. center height
• 1-year limited warranty
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WeatherMaster® 10-Person Tent is rated
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Rated 5 out of
Santos Squad from
Family of Six!This tent is our home away from home. We have 4 children and a dog, and our setup includes 2 Coleman double-size cots on either side and a camp kitchen table in between to serve as our vanity/catch-all. We've camped from Joshua Tree to Big Sur, to Yosemite, in rain and shine. We LOVE the hinged doors, the screens, the windows, and best of all -- the ability to sleep under the stars with the rainfly off.
Date published: 2018-04-16
Rated 2 out of
Did not live up to its name - leaks in rainThis tent is spacious and great for dry weather, but it leaked when raining. We set it up perfectly, with the rain fly properly guyed out, etc. We were also careful not to touch or have anything touching the inside walls. A few hours into the rain, water started dripping slowly through one panel of the rain fly. I suspect they failed to waterproof that panel of fabric. Rain also leaked in at the seams where the floor material is joined with the sides. Rain also leaked through the end-panels of the tent, again right through the tent fabric. I am estimating that about a cup of water leaked in through the sides and seams. The real problem was the water dripping from above through the rain fly because we had to move everyone to avoid the dripping.
Date published: 2018-10-08
Rated 1 out of
ATTENTION!!! THIS TENT LEAKSUsed this tent camping and had rain all day and night. We were soaked!!! I called customer service and they told me it will leak in the rain. Well, then it's not a WeatherMaster is it? Then to add insult to injury, the condensation leaking in the morning woke me up with a drip right between the eyes. Definitely do not recommend!
Date published: 2018-07-03
Rated 2 out of
"WeatherMaster" not waterproof!I thought I loved everything about this tent until a hard rain lasting all night. The rain fly leaks and water is dripping in from the roof so I have a tarp covering me in my cot but I am soaked along with all my stuff. There are deep puddles of water on the floor. The rain is also obnoxiously loud on such a large surface area. Forced to go sleep in the warm, dry car.
Date published: 2018-06-04
Rated 5 out of
Love this tentHave had this tent for about a year, we enjoy camping in the mountains. Weather can be difficult. Has been through rain, winds of 30 mph and came through with flying colors. Did treat the rain fly prior too the first use.
Can be set up with only one person but I recommend two, specially if there is any wind. Some struggle with placing the poles in the foot attachments. Lot's of room. My wife and I use cots and use a small table with room to spare.
When using in hot weather, open all windows and set up in the shade. We have used a tarp with reflective surface placed over the fly, to keep things cool and under the fly to keep things warmer.
Love the door that will always keep it's self closed. Looking forward to many more years of enjoyment.
Date published: 2019-03-24
Rated 5 out of
Plenty of roomMe, my wife, two daughters and niece took it camping for four nights, and it rained the last night. No issues and there was sufficient room. It took a minute to figure out how to set it up as the instructions weren’t too clear, but it wasn’t a problem. We didn’t take the time to put the divider up, but the door is a nice touch. It’s hidden, but there is a small inlet in the back for an electrical cord to slip through. Overall, this purchase suited us very well.
Date published: 2018-04-11
Rated 1 out of
John in Australia from
Family soaking wet during heavy rainFamily soaking wet during heavy rain Even after waterproofing the tent fly twice. Great tent if it doesn’t rain. Recommend using a tarpaulin over the top of the “rain fly”. I regret the purchase of this item. My wife doesn’t want to go camping anymore as a result of the appalling experience. I purchased the tent in the US and brought back to Australia.
Date published: 2019-02-12
Rated 4 out of
Spacious and dryThis is my 2nd Coleman 10-person tent. I love this tent for our family. It is very spacious and keeps you dry. I fit 8 people in it at one time. My children won't camp in anything else.
Cons: The older version had a screen house at the front of the tent. The more recent version does not. My only other con is the middle pole is the hardest one to put in the stake. It feels like the fabric should have 1-2 inches more of "give".