Many customers ask what the differences are between the cabin tent and the deluxe flex bow style and there are some big differences. The cabin tent for example, is 7.5 feet tall versus the flex bow which is 6.5 feet tall. The cabin tent has two walls that are completely vertical (the front and the back). The flex bow has walls that all slope slightly. The cabin tent has an extra zipper to accommodate an extension cord to run power into the tent. The flex bow style does not have such a zipper. The cabin tent has a deluxe awning that is 8′ x 8.5′ and there is an enclosure option to enclose the walls. The flex bow has an awning, but it is about 4 feet. The advantage the flex one has is in the set up. Set up only takes about five or so minutes with one person. The cabin takes about 20 minutes and an extra 10 minutes if you are going to be awning since it has its own poles. Our final recommendation to you depends on how long you are camping. If you are going to camp for about one week at a time or long periods of time you won’t regret the cabin tent. It is definitely more deluxe way of camping. If you need a quick set up on an overnighter, then we recommended the flex bow style. If you still aren’t sure please feel free to contact us at www.competitiveedgeproducts.com
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