The Browning Big Horn 5-Person Tent gives a whole new meaning to home away from home! Using fiberglass poles and steel uprights, the Big Horn 5 boasts a free-standing cabin tent design that is sure to withstand all the elements and conditions that it's put up against. Forget kneeling and crawling, its extra-tall center height makes changing clothes or getting ready for bed as easy as if you were in your bedroom. In addition to the extra-tall ceiling, straight side walls allow more room for cots, side tables or whatever else you may want in your tent. Large doorways and windows allow for easy access and great ventilation. The Big Horn Tents are equipped with factory-sealed fly and floor seams for optimal wet-weather protection, and the fly is securely held into place using weatherproof buckles for maximum adjustability. The Big Horn is ready for your next campout, hunting trip or backyard adventure.
- Free-standing design with fiberglass poles and steel uprights for extra strength
- Easy set up with unique hub design and pole clips that quickly snap over the tent poles
- Extra tall center height allows room to stand up
- Straight side walls allow more room for cots
- Large awnings over door and back window
- Large door allows easy entry
- 75D 185T polyester fly resists UV damage and stays taut
- 150D polyester oxford floor with 2000 mm coating
- Factory-sealed fly and floor seams provide best weather protection
- Weatherproof fly buckles to tent for maximum adjustability and protection
- Great ventilation with one door and four large windows
- Mesh storage shelf, steel stakes and guy ropes included
Browning is one of those classic, traditional companies with a long, proud history. To get to the very beginning one would have to go back to 1805, to the birth of Jonathan Browning in Tennessee. Jonathan was the father of John Moses Browning. Like many of his time he sought a life in the West, which eventually had him setting up shop as a gunmaker and gunsmith of some note in Nauvoo, Illinois and eventually brought him further West, with the Mormon pioneers to Ogden, Utah.