White Duck Outdoors Launches New Altimus Bell Tent and Rover Scout Tent

White Duck Outdoors, a leading provider of high-quality tents and outdoor accessories, is thrilled to announce the launch of two new tents, the Altimus Bell Tent and the Rover Scout Tent. Crafted with an innovative, performance-driven and sustainably sourced polycotton blend fabric, each model features designs sure to enhance camping experiences.

Both new tents are crafted with the brand’s new polyester-cotton blend canvas fabric that’s constructed from BCI-certified cotton and recycled ocean-bound plastics. This material is lighter than canvas but stronger and more breathable than polyester. It also improves resistance to mildew which allows users to leave tents up for longer periods of time. They’re finished with water-repellent, mold and UV-resistant treatments that are PFC-free to extend the life of the tents while providing dependable protection from the elements.

Each tent is designed with convenience, durability and comfort in mind and comes ready for use with poles, pre-attached reflective guy lines, a waterproof storage bag and a tool kit complete with stakes and a mallet.

“We set out to create a new fabric that would make tents lighter, more durable and more convenient for users to utilize on any outdoor adventure,” said Moez Faruqi, Head of Marketing at White Duck Outdoors. “Once we had the new fabric, we were able to get creative with the design concepts and footprints for these new tents. We’re very pleased with the result and happy to offer new models that are great for camping, hunting, glamping and much more.”

Altimus Bell Tent

The Altimus Bell Tent offers a spacious 14-foot diameter with a 9-foot center height and a generous 4-foot wall height to create a comfortable seven-person capacity. The door and seven walls can be rolled open to create 360 degrees of airflow for added comfort and panoramic views while sewn-in, high-quality bug mesh keeps insects away. Additionally, it’s a true four- season tent with a built-in stove jack and AC duct for year-round performance.

Offered with either a water-repellent ($1,130) or a fire-and-water-repellent ($1,300) treatment, the Altimus provides unparalleled protection against the elements with a biodegradable PE flooring, polypropylene UV-resistant reflective guy lines, a robust aluminum and steel frame, and waterproof nylon anti-wick zippers.

Rover Scout Tent

The Rover Scout Tent is a versatile and compact solution for adventurers seeking flexibility without compromising comfort. It features a lightweight two-pole frame design with a roomy 7- foot door and center height as well as full-wall windows for 360-degrees of airflow and uninterrupted nature views. To ensure maximum comfort, a high-quality bug mesh is sewn into each window and door to protect users from bugs and insects.

Available in two sizes, 8ft x 9ft ($750) and 8ft x 13ft ($830), the Rover provides long-lasting durability with double-stitched seams, top-grade zippers and a biodegradable polyethylene laminate floor.

For more information about White Duck Outdoors and its expanded product offerings, please visit www.whiteduckoutdoors.com

It’s OK To Be Different This Turkey Hunting Season
Must-Have Turkey Calls & Why You Need Them
Butter Turkey
Deadly Combo: Victory Archery’s VAP SS and Mathews’ LIFT 29.5

New Content

  • UPDATE: Major American Ammo Brands Purchase in Question; High-Level Political Engagement Now Involved

    The sale of Vista Outdoors’ legacy ammunition brands — Federal, Remington, Speer, and CCI — to the Czechoslovak Group (owner of ammunition manufacturer Fiocchi) seemed to be on a smooth glide to landing just a few months ago. Now, that sale could be wrecked by a couple of senators, an emergent and mysterious capital investor, … The post UPDATE: Major American Ammo Brands Purchase in Question; High-Level Political Engagement Now Involved appeared first on Shoot On.

  • FIRST TEST: Steiner H6Xi Riflescope

    Debuting on the heels of Steiner’s tactical T6Xi riflescope introduction, the new H6Xi series taps the former’s professional credentials to deliver an optic platform that is lighter, shorter, and ideally suited for hunting or extended-range field work. by Rob Reaser It is a common phrase that “steel sharpens steel.” The idea, of course, is that … The post FIRST TEST: Steiner H6Xi Riflescope appeared first on Shoot On.

  • Why Plains Indians Didn’t Wear Holsters

    Long after the U.S. cavalry carried Colts, tribes stuck to the bow. Could arrows trump bullets? by Wayne van Zwoll The Oregon Trail, from Independence, Missouri, to Oregon City, Oregon, was established by fur trappers before 1815. Later, more than 300,000 settlers braved the 2,170-mile Trail, whose forks snaked to California and Washington. Fueled by … The post Why Plains Indians Didn’t Wear Holsters appeared first on Shoot On.

  • Know Your Rifling Twist Rate!

    Don’t blame your gun, scope, or ammo for poor accuracy just yet. Your problem may be none of the above if your rifling twist rate and bullets aren’t compatible. Here’s what you need to know… by Lou Patrick In the early 1970s, my father would occasionally take me with him to the local gun store … The post Know Your Rifling Twist Rate! appeared first on Shoot On.

Born Hunting