Extreme Cold Weather Tent (ECWT)

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Description

The 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 21.5 pounds and the transport cube is less than 1.6 cubic feet. The two rainflys are Woodland Camouflage and Arctic White and are blackout coated for use in different environments. The fly provides an additional 30 square feet of vestibule area.
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Technical Specifications

     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
     Color:    Arctic White, Woodland Camo
     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
  • Operable conditions -25° to 125°F
  • Withstands steady 50 mph winds and gusts to 65 mph
  • Repels wind driven rain at 2" per hour with 20 mph winds
  • Lightweight, breathable ripstop nylon tent body reduces condensation
  • Urethane coated floor eliminates ground moisture transmission
  • Minimum of 4 pounds per square foot snow load

Parts List

  • 1 Tent Body
  • 1 Woodland Camouflage Fly
  • 1 Arctic White 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 each 120" guy lines and 12 line tighteners

  • 1 Repair Bag: fully equipped maintenance / field repair kit
  • 1 Main Transport Bag

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