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The GigaTent Pirate Play Tent can be used as an indoor or outdoor play area for your child. This hide-away tent is visually exciting, designed in black and gray with skull and sword graphics on the outside. The kids' play tent is large enough so a child can stand upright inside with ease. Each end of the Pirate Play Tent has a tower to see the surrounding areas. A peep hole in the tower is covered with mosquito mesh for added protection. The walls and floor are made of durable polyester that resists water while also keeping its color even with regular play. This hide-away tent is portable and folds away for easy storage.

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