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USMC issued Eureka® ECWT - Extreme Cold Weather Tent For Sale


USMC issued Eureka® ECWT - Extreme Cold Weather Tent



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USMC issued Eureka® ECWT - Extreme Cold Weather Tent:
$710

Tent is new, only erected once and then taken down. Never slept in, never taken out camping. I downloaded pictures from the MFG website, and used them erected. I didn't want to take it out and set it up. The pictures that are mine are the black bag ones, with everything in them. If someone really wants a picture with everything out I will take it out.

The Eureka!® ECWT - Extreme Cold Weather Tent is a four-soldier, four-season, tensioned pole supported shelter with 64 square feet of floor space and an interior height of 54". In the mission transport configuration (tent body, fly and poles) the tent weight is less than 19.5 pounds and the transport cube is less than 1.5 cubic feet. The fly provides an additional 30 square feet of vestibule area.

  • Lightweight, breathable ripstop Nylon tent body reduces condensation
  • Operable conditions -25º to 125ºF
  • Withstands steady 50 mph winds and gusts to 65 mph
  • Repels wind driven rain at 2" per hour with 20 mph winds
  • Urethane coated floor eliminates ground moisture transmission
  • Minimum of 4 pounds per square foot snow load
  • Includes:
    • 1 Tent Body
    • 1 Woodland Camouflage Fly
    • 1 Frame - 9 pcs., .355" 7075 T9 Aluminum Poles ea. 183.5" long - 10 sections per pole
    • 1 Tent Bag
    • 2 Fly Bags - Woodland Camo, Arctic White
    • 1 Pole Bag
    • 1 Stake Bag
    • 24 12" Easton Ultimate Stakes
    • 1 Warning Label
    • 1 Zip Lock Poly Bag with 12 120" guy lines and 12 line tighteners
    • 1 Repair Bag - fully equipped maintenance/field repair kit
    • 1 Main Transport Bag
  • ENVIRONMENT: Arctic and temperate regions
  • FLOOR AREA: 64 sq. ft.
  • MINIMUM WEIGHT: 21.56 lbs. (tent, fly and poles)
  • HEIGHT: 54"
  • TRANSPORT PACK SIZE: 1.6 cu. ft. (tent, fly and poles)
  • ERECT: Two men - five minutes
  • TENT BODY: Free-standing (requires no stakes to hold erect)
  • TENT FLY: Free-standing (requires no stakes to hold erect) self-supporting to provide temporary shelter
  • Made in the USA

COLOR: Woodland Camo

WEIGHT: 12 lbs.

On Mar-02-11 at 08:45:06 PST, seller added the following information:

**REVISION**I got asked a question about the Artic White rain fly that this tent is supposed to have, so I will address it to everyone here. This tent did come with an Artic White rainfly, however I do not have it. I coped the specs and go the pictures from here; I edited out the part with the Artic White rain fly as I do not have it. It came with it, but coming back to the States, space was at a premium and I just did not have room, so I left it in Iraq. I got this tent because it was freezing up towards the Turkey border, but never used it. Just used the standard two man tent instead. It was just too heavy and cumbersome to carry around on patrol. As I said before, I did set it up once, and then took it down and never used it. My wife and kids want to go camping, but they dont want this tent. They claim that camo is dorky, and they want to be able to stand up in the tent. So I am selling this tent, for one that meets their wishes. No matter that this tent will be better than any tent I get to replace it, they just dont like it. I also added some more pictures to show what is inside the bags. I still didnt want to set it up, as it looks just like the pictures I downloaded from uscav.com If anyone has any other questions please feel free to ask, I will do my best to answer.Also, I got the weight from the link too, but it feels heavier than 12 pounds to me. I think it will cost more than $25 to ship, but I'll have to eat it as that is what I posted. I am also planning on shipping in just the big black bag it comes in. If anyone has any better suggestions please let me know. I have shipped sea bags before, and that is basically what it is.

On Mar-04-11 at 11:58:53 PST, seller added the following information:

***REVISION 2***I have been getting a lot of questions about if I should ship international, and I will. As long as the extra shipping is covered. I should have checked that option when listing, it will not let me change it now. Also, a potential buyer said he bought one used from awhile back, and the seller shipped it in a 24x15x10 box and it weighed 24 lbs. So if you want to go to usps.com and put that info in, please feel free. I will ship for whatever they come up with, I am not looking to make money on shipping.

On Mar-06-11 at 06:47:13 PST, seller added the following information:

***REVISION 3***There seems to be a little confusion still with the shipping. I will not be shipping it in the bag, like I said before. That seems to be more expensive, and troublesome for everyone. I quoted a few people prices being shipped in the bag, and that was more expensive. A member msg'd me and said he bought a tent like mine, and the seller shipped it in a 24x15x10 box and it weighed 24 lbs. I am assuming that was with the Artic fly, which I do not have. So lets say 22lbs. Please feel free to go to usps.com and see what it would be to ship internationally. I already said I would ship in the lower 48's for $25 priority. If you are international, don't hesitate to offer because you think shipping will be too much. If we agree upon $100, and I go to ship it and it is only $80, I will send you $20 back. As I said, I am not looking to make, or lose money on shipping. I will work with the buyer on shipping, to try and make everyone happy. Sorry for all the revisions, I should have thought it out more before posting. If anyone has any questions please feel free to contact me.


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