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Laredo GT 8/9

The Laredo 8/9 Tent, from NTK, is part of the new GT (Gran Turismo) line of tents, with improved materials and features.


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The Laredo 8/9 Tent, from NTK, is part of the new GT (Gran Turismo) line of tents, with improved materials and features such as:

  • Extra thin mesh to avoid small bugs
  • Oversized Nano-Fiber frames for extra flexibility and strength
  • Gear loops and pockets inside the tent to better organize all the small equipment

Seassons: 3
Sleeping Capacity: up to 9 person
Number of Doors: 2
Inner Material: Super fine polyester mosquito net fabric that prevents even the smallest insects and mosquitoes
Floor Material: Seamless high-strength polyethylene, prevents any water leak
Outter Material: 100% waterproof Polyester with polyurethane – 2500 mm water column
Frame: Fiberglass rods with diameter greater than the conventional, connected by internal elastic and constructed with Nano Fiber technology (white) and FlexMax (red) and with 100% virgin material providing more strength and flexibility.
Dimensions: H x W x D: 190 x 310 x 460 cm | 6.23 x 10.17 x 15.09 FT
Weight: 10,7 Kg | 23.59 lb


Best 8 Person Tent GeekWrapped

Weight26.62 lbs
Dimensions0.25 × 0.09 × 0.09 in
  1. bill lee

    For materials and durability I rate this a 5. The rain fly attachment system, though, rates a 0. If I had known that the fly was attached by 18 TIES (not CLIPS), I would have passed this one up. The designers need to take a serious look at replacing the 18 TIES with some sort of CLIP attachment for the fly. The tent went up quickly, but it took over 30 minutes to reach back under the fly to TIE the fly to the tent and its poles. Also, it would be good to have a diagram showing where to put the stakes that were included. I wound up using some extra ones that we carry in order to put a stake where it looked like there should be one. No instructions/diagrams made it a slow go in pitching camp. Even the online diagrams do not show where the makers intend for us to deploy the stakes.

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