€210.00

€182.70

The Helvellyn 3person tent has a semi-geodesic construction, meaning it can handle the roughest terrain thanks to its rigidity and self-supporting structure, ideal for year-round adventures. This tent has a great strength to weight ratio and multi-functional porch with various options to ensure shelter. A great option for those forging their own path in the wilderness for the first time.

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  • Description
    • Semi-geodesic - Self-supporting structure, providing excellent balance between weight and stability
    • Vango Protex® 70 denier polyester flysheet, 3000mm HH - Highly waterproof, durable and reliable fabric. Exclusive to Vango
    • Flysheet and inner pitch together - Quick and easy to pitch and pack
    • 70 denier, 6000mm lightweight polyester groundsheet - Waterproof, durable and reliable
    • Vango PowerLite 7001-T6 alloy poles - Lightweight, durable and colour coded for intuitive pitching
    • Breathable polyester inner - Allows condensation to pass through, for a comfortable night's sleep
    • O-shaped inner doors - Easy to open with one hand
    • Part mesh inner door - Allows ventilation, whilst keeping bugs out
    • Inner pockets - Conveniently positioned pockets for organising essential items
    • Weather tested to the European standard EN5912 by certified test centre
    • Fire retardant fabrics - Meets European EN5912 safety standard
    • Fast pack tent bag - Oversized opening for easy packing and compression straps to control pack size
    • Factory taped seams - All flysheet and groundsheet seams are factory taped, giving a water tight seal

     

  • Specifications
    • Weight: 3.52kg
    • Packsize: 48.0 x ø18.0cm
    • Capacity: 3 Person Tent
    • Pitching Time: 10 mins
    • Trail Weight: 3.28kg
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