The Scouts recommended Blade features a single pole for quick and simple pitching. Blade is the perfect tent for those taking their first steps into trek camping and seeking a lightweight tent packed with features to protect them from the elements in a no fuss package. Inner First – Simple and quick to pitch, and allows the tent to be used without the flysheet in warm climates. The ProTex 70 Denier polyester flysheet is a highly waterproof, durable and reliable fabric that will keep you dry and comfortable, and it’s exclusive to Vango. All flysheet and groundsheet seams are factory taped, giving a water tight seal 70 denier, 6000mm lightweight polyester groundsheet is the perfect blend of waterproofness, durability and reliability. The multi-function flysheet door can be opened from either side depending on the weather; or rolled up completely to give a fully open porch. Doors are constructed so that rain will not drop into the inner when opened. Compression stuffsac for easy pack-and-go. Flysheet door can be opened to ventilate the porch area of the tent by opening the door from the top with the second zip runner. Breathable polyester inner tent- the fabric allows condensation to pass through, ensuring a comfortable nights sleep. Vango PowerLite 7001-T6 alloy poles are lightweight, compact and durable. The guy lines are attached to the tent at optimum positions for stability and tension. Pole sleeve tension adjusters keep the flysheet taut, therefore enhancing weather resistance. Line Lok patented guyline runners lock securely, release simply and perform in all conditions. Conveniently positioned inner tent pockets store snacks, torches or electronics. We weather test each of our tents to the European standard EN5912, in a certified wind and rain test centre. This is to ensure they will perform in the worst of weather. Orange reflective high strength guylines – enables you to see your guylines in the beam of your torch. Flysheet vents with mesh …
Capacity: 1 Person Tent
Pack Size: 50.0 X 13.0cm
Pitching Time: 8min
Tent Range: Trekking
This post was originally published on 01/10/2020.