|Product Type: Play tents||Number of Doors: 1|
|Floor Material: Polyethylene||Assembly Required: Yes|
|Closing Door: Yes||ASTM Compliant: Yes|
|Tools Needed: No tools required||Color: Red; Yellow|
|Door Closing Feature: Velcro||CE Approved: Yes|
|Additional Parts Required: No||EN71/3 Compliant: Yes|
|BS EN 71 Compliant: Yes||General Conformity Certificate: Yes|
|Tent Material: Polyester||Frame Material: Fiberglass|
|Hardware Material: Fiberglass||Number of Items Included: 1|
|CPAI-84 Compliant: Yes||Non Toxic: Yes|
|Rust Resistant: Yes||Fade Resistant: Yes|
|Fire Resistant: Yes||Theme: Wildlife|
|Gender: Girl||Handles: No|
|Door Included: Yes||Floor Included: Yes|
|Ventilation: No||Windows Included: No|
|Pop-Up: Yes||Foldable: Yes|
|Storage Bag Included: Yes||Minimum Age Requirement: 36 Months|
|Application: Indoors and outdoors||Washable: No|
|Maximum Occupancy: 1||Country of Manufacture: China|
Questions & Answers
Melissa and Doug Mollie Tent
Colorful way for kids to have a "secret" place!
katherine from Hurst, TX– Verified Buyer
I sent this to my niece last Christmas for her 3 children to use, and they love it. It was easy to put up, and the kids all had fun playing in it together. Its pretty sturdy and has held up to a number of months of use by rambunctious children. Makes a great place for a nap, a quiet place to read a book, or a fun place to play games or just "hide".
Joyce from Onekama, MI– Verified Buyer
We purchased this tent and the matching sleeping bag for our young granddaughter. While it's not durable enough to use as a regular camping tent, it does provide a nice play area for indoors or daytime outdoor play. It's very cute and well made for the price. Our granddaughter is enjoying it very much
Located just outside of Stamford, CT, Melissa & Doug, has grown from a basement in 1988 to a leader in the children's toy industry. They now carry over 600 unique and exciting products.
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