Instant Tent™ Tourer 4
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Instant Tent™ Tourer 4

Instant Tent™ Tourer 4
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The Coleman® Instant Tent™ introduces a revolutionary technology with sturdy steel poles already connected to the tent. This spider-like structure helps to make pitching extremely fast: the tent is up in just 1 minute!

The Instant Tent™ Tourer 4 Coleman offers enough room to sleep for 4 person but without extra living space. This Instant Tent™ Tourer provides the incredibly fast pitching technology also for more active campers who seek a reliable, small but convenient and comfortable tent. Ideal for weekend get-aways and festivals.




• Steel poles
• 1 min Pitch-in-one
• Sewn-in groundsheet
• 3000 mm fabric
• Rain protection peak
• Wind and rain tested
• Pack size 103 x 20 cm
• Weight: 7.4 kg





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  • WeatherTec™ 3000/4000 - waterproof system

    A tent’s waterproof properties are measured using a rating called its hydrostatic head. If a tent has a hydrostatic head of 3000/4000mm*, it can hold a 3/4 metre* column of water on its surface before any leaks through.

    The Ministry of Defence UK classifies a hydrostatic head of 800mm as waterproof.

    Coleman® uses polyethylene (PE) groundsheets which are relatively heavy but provide guaranteed water protection. PE groundsheets are ideal for family and active tents where a very light weight and small pack size are not essential.

    *depends on a model
  • Fire Retardant - safety first

    The fire retardant characteristic of our material ensures that the fabric will not flare dangerously out of control and will selfextinguish, giving time to escape in the event of an emergency.
  • Rip Stop - resistant to tearing and ripping

    Ripstop fabrics are woven fabrics using a special reinforcing technique that makes them resistant to tearing and ripping. During weaving, (thick) reinforcement threads are interwoven at regular intervals in a crosshatch pattern.

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