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Identify this tent

It was fun seeing all the tent options in the Colman tent thread. Every year i see helfrich outfitters with these tents set up and am curious what it is.. simple solution would be to call them and ask.. but thought i would check here first.. my first thought was a eureka timberline but they seem bigger..

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The photos do look a lot like the timberlines I remember from the old days

I do know these tents came in several sizes

The people I know who had timberlines back in the day were really happy with them
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I found it.. its the eureka timberline sq outfitter 6... looks very intriguing but if i bought another tent my wife might kill me..

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Found the dimensions. It is on the spendy side at around $580

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I'll never forget the night I walked into Troop 2 HQ to find a stack of brand spankin new Timberlines. Little easier to pitch and strike than the many years old canvas tents we'd been sporting for years. Smelled a little better too if memory serves, and definitely less skeetery. Troop 2 was the Bad News Bears of Scouting.
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Spent many years camping in a Timberline 4. My dad still has his original, brown fly and cream color body, with a fly that was significantly larger than the green Timberline I bought for myself 10 years later. They are super easy to set up (why guides like them) and the design sheds water like nobody's business. But, you can see in the picture how the sloping A-frame walls are a bit of an issue with cots. Every tent is a compromise of 1 sort or another.
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I was just thinking that would look cool in a cream color or stone brown.
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Walmart can hook you up lol

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I believe these are the Timberline XT OUTFITTERs. Heavier duty zippers and zip up mesh. They look like the 4 person but could be 6.
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It could be just be the Timberline Outfitter though as now that I am thinking about it the XT had a vestibule.
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